Genero Adran North | Weekend preview

Llandudno will secure the Genero Adran North title if they triumph over Felinheli at Cae Seilo on Sunday afternoon. 

Eight wins in a row have put the Seasiders on the brink of the title, as they sit six points ahead of second-place Felinheli who have three games left to play. 

However, victory for Aaron Jones-Evans’ side, who are on a seven-match winning streak themselves, would certainly make the title race interesting going into the final fortnight of the campaign. 

Llandudno have had the upper hand on Felinheli this season, securing a 5-0 win in the Genero Adran Trophy group stage and a 7-2 in the league’s reverse fixture. 

Connah’s Quay Nomads’ title hopes were all but ended by a 2-1 defeat to Rhyl 1879 last Sunday, but they will aim to bounce back when they host Bangor at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium.

Jordan Parry’s side were in pole position to claim top spot earlier in the season as they won their first six games in succession, but they have lost three of their last five to drop out of the race. 

Bangor have suffered five consecutive losses in the Genero Adran North, with their 4-2 defeat to Llanfair United last weekend seeing them slip to seventh in the table. 

Rebecca Elliott’s own goal as well as strikes from Elana Harley, Polly Wild-McGregor and Phoebe Ellis earned the Nomads a comfortable 4-1 victory in the reverse fixture between these two sides in September. 

Another defeat for Bangor would present Airbus UK Broughton with the chance to move off the bottom of the table if they win away at Llanfair United. 

The Wingmakers are currently two points adrift of Bangor, having won just one of their 12 league matches this season. They are currently on a three-match losing streak and are yet to pick up a point away from home this season. 

Llanfair picked up just their second league win of the campaign by triumphing 4-2 over Bangor last weekend and another three points on Sunday would cement their place in the division for next season. 

Jodie Carswell cancelled out Bethan Davies’ penalty as the two sides shared the points in a 1-1 draw back in September. 

NFA and Rhyl 1879 are battling it out for a top half finish and they meet at Ffordd Derwen Playing Fields on Sunday. 

The Lilywhites currently occupy fourth place, two points ahead of fifth-place NFA – with both clubs having just two games left to play. 

Rhyl stunned Connah’s Quay Nomads with a 2-1 victory last weekend, while NFA were beaten 3-1 by the Nomads in their last outing. 

Nothing has separated the sides in their two meetings so far this season, with a 1-1 stalemate in. the reverse league fixture and a 2-2 draw in the Genero Adran Trophy group stage. 

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