BAY CLINCH GWYNEDD CUP
Trearddur Bay United lift trophy on last outing
On there last game of there season Bay lifted there first trophy in the Gwynedd league, beating Llanystymdwy 2-0 on a glorious pitch at Porthmadog.
The first half saw little chances at both ends as the two defences held firm against some of the best front men on both sides in the league. Bay did look the stronger as they passed the ball around well on a pitch that suited them down to the ground. Dean Garmey always looking to get the ball moving quickly and keep possession. Ryan Jones was also a constant threat whilst on the ball on the right wing with his pace and ability to take the full back on.
The only decent chance that did fall was after a great run down the right by Jones and a driven cross found Ian Williams at the back post only for the ball to sail over the bar.
The second half saw Bay pushing for the first goal and when Garmey played the ball through to Asa Thomas on the 62nd min he slotted past the charging keeper to put them in the lead. Llanystymdwy gOt there chance to get back on level terms when they broke only for Gareth Owen to make a good save.
Bay pushed to get the goal needed to put the game to bed and it came on the 88th min when Thomas cut in from the left wing and after spotting the keeper off his line lobbed the ball over him into the net.
This did finally put the game to bed and bay celebrated the wing at the final whistle!
It's been a great first season at this level for the club having just missed out on the league title and lifting the Gwynedd cup!
Well done to all involved and we look forward to next season and another push for promotion!