Date: Fri 14 Sep 2018

MD6 - Friday Roundup

The top two took to the field this evening for their third games in six days. Read on to find out how they got on.

Connah’s Quay Nomads 3-1 Newtown
The Deeside Stadium
Connah’s Quay Nomads scorers: Jay Owen 1’, Ryan Wignall 70’, Callum Morris 87’
Newtown scorer: Luke Boundford 90+3’

The Nomads bounced back from their disappointing defeat in midweek by bagging the quickest goal of the season so far after 49 seconds, when Jay Owen made it 1-0 to give Andy Morrison’s side a dream start against Newtown.

The visitors battled back into the game well and a good contest developed between the two sides as the next goal seemed like it could come from either side, but the home side saw their advantage through to the break.

Making two changes at the break, the Nomads clearly felt they could do more, and they did begin to stamp their authority on the game a bit more freely in the second half, with their second goal coming after 70 minutes when Ryan Wignall finished off one of his trademarks runs to make it 2-0.

Callum Morris rounded out the victory in the closing minutes, making it 3-0, before Luke Boundford bagged a consolation goal, but the Nomads will have simply been pleased to get back to winning ways.

Chris Hughes Reaction

Jay Catton Reaction

Llanelli Town 0-2 The New Saints
Stebonheath Park
The New Saints scorers: Aeron Edwards 9’, Jon Routledge 44’

It hasn’t been a bad few days for TNS, nor Aeron Edwards for that matter, who bagged his fourth goal in two JDWPL fixtures with his opening goal this evening following on from his hat-trick on Tuesday night, as they followed up their 6-0 win with a comfortable victory at Llanelli.

Edwards thought he’d bagged a second goal on the night after his ninth minute opener, but the flag was raised on 18 minutes to chalk off what would have been his fifth in two league games.

A dominant spell towards the end of the half looked like it wasn’t going to deliver a second goal for the visitors, however Jon Routledge saw that TNS did double their advantage as he made it 0-2 after 44 minutes.

The second half didn’t deliver the same results in front of goal, however there was still plenty of action in both boxes even if neither side could find the back of the net, and TNS saw out their 0-2 victory.

Andy Hill Reaction

Scott Ruscoe Reaction

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