WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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WITH their financial problems resolved, Prestatyn Town have reached the halfway point of the Huws Gray Alliance season undefeated.

The Seasiders won 3-0 at Guilsfield with goals from Reece Fairhurst, Noah Edwards and Jack Kenny to maintain a six-point lead over reigning champions Caernarfon Town, who recorded a 3-1 away win at Buckley Town after James Ramsey had given the hosts a third-minute lead. The Canaries hit back within a minute through Kevin Roberts and went on to victory thanks to Jamie Breese and new signing Jay Gibbs.

Caersws are third after winning 2-1 away at mid-Wales rivals Llanfair, Craig Harris scoring both goals within the first three minutes and Ryan Davies responding for United.

Flint lost some ground after being denied victory in stoppage time at Gresford Athletic by a Dave McIntyre goal. Earlier, Kyle Smith and James Hooper put the Silkmen two goals ahead inside the first seven minutes but Tom Freeman reduced the arrears before Smith restored the two-goal cushion. Owen Roberts then scored for the hosts just before the break.

Porthmadog emerged victorious from a 10-goal affair at Denbigh, winning 6-4. Josh Davies led the way for the visitors with four goals. Mold Alex edged Conwy Borough 4-3 at Alyn Park, Abe Dobson scoring a brace for the home side and Neil Harvey two for the Tangerines.

Holyhead Hotspur gained three much-needed points with a 3-0 win at Penrhyncoch thanks to a Dean Garmey brace and one from Mel McGuiness, while bottom club Ruthin surprised Holywell Town, Pat Hinchcliffe scoring both goals in a 2-1 win.

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23 February 2017

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