Genero Adran North round-up | Llandudno hit 10 to conclude title-winning campaign

Genero Adran North champions Llandudno concluded their title-winning season with a 10-0 victory over NFA at OPS Wind Arena as Kelsey Davies scored yet another hat-trick. 

Davies, along with Maddie Williams and teenager Ella Jones, all scored braces as the Seasiders hit six in a dominant first half. 

Just when NFA thought their afternoon couldn’t get any worse, the introduction of the division’s top scorer Stevie Donougher at half-time meant the goals didn’t stop there. 

Donougher set up Rebecca Jarvis-Evans before providing for Davies, who completed her hat-trick – her third in four games. 

Donougher then got on the scoresheet herself, adding the last two goals to round off a true champion’s performance, which was followed by the trophy lift. 

Connah’s Quay Nomads took a step closer to confirming second place as goals from Aimee Redfern, Sophie Rawling and Alisha Whitehead-Hughes secured a 3-0 win over Llanfair United at Latham Park. 

The breakthrough came in the 17th minute as Rawling’s corner was guided home by Redfern for her first league goal of the season. 

Rawling then turned goalscorer as she sent a cool finish into the back of the net four minutes after the restart. 

Alisha Whitehead-Hughes continued her bright start to life in a Nomads shirt by adding the third and final goal in stoppage time. The victory marked The Nomads’ first clean sheet away from home in 2024 and another three points against Airbus UK Broughton next weekend will see them secure second place. 

Genero Adran North results

Llandudno 10-0 NFA
Llanfair United 0-3 Connah’s Quay Nomads

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