Pentraeth up to third
Pentraeth revived there slim title hopes with a 4-2 victory at Llangefni, a victory which guarantees at least fourth spot this season.
It started badly for Pentraeth, with the hosts taking a 2-0 lead inside the first 15 minutes with a double from striker Lee Lewis. This seemed to wake Pentraeth up and they pulled a goal back courtesy of a Tony Farrer volley on 23 minutes. Pentraeth were given the chance to equalize on 29 minutes when the referee gave a penalty for a handball, up stepped Gareth Roberts and equalize he did. Pentraeth were now starting to boss the game and went 3-2 thanks to a Mark Williams strike. On 42 minutes it was 4-2, when the impressive Dylan Jones scored a well placed shot. At half time it was 4-2. Pentraeth were dealt a treble blow early on in the Second Half when Tony Farrer, Gareth Roberts and Tom Taylor were all forced off due to injuries. However a strong bench allowed for Jordan Scott, Graham Jones and the returning Llion Williams to come on and play there part as Pentraeth looked to see the game out. There were no more goals in the second half, meaning Pentraeth won 4-2 and joined Morawelon on 41 points, although Morawelon have 3 games in hand. To be fair the entire 14 players who took to the field played very well, with Dylan Jones at the back, Liam Hogan in midfield and Mark Williams upfront paticularly impressing manager Mat Parry.
Dylan Jones (42) (Man of the match)
Tom Taylor (Graham Jones 60)
Tony Farrer (23) (Jordan Scott 64)
Mark Williams (39)
Gareth Roberts (c) (29) (Llion Williams 48)