Genero Adran North | Weekend Preview

After Llandudno reclaimed the Genero Adran North title last weekend, all eyes are now on who will finish in second place. 

Connah’s Quay Nomads currently occupy that spot after their narrow 3-2 win over Bangor last Sunday and Jordan Parry’s side will be looking to build on that performance when they travel to Llanfair United. 

January recruit Sophie Rawling has made an instant impact at the Nomads, having recorded ten goal contributions in her first seven games for the club.

Rawling and Polly Wild-McGregor scored four goals each as the Nomads recorded a staggering 14-0 win in the reverse fixture against Llanfair last month. The Deesiders have also beaten Llanfair in the Genero Adran Trophy group stage and the NEWFA Cup this season.

Llanfair earned a crucial 4-2 victory over Bangor a fortnight ago – only their second league win of the season – and another three points on Sunday would see them secure their Genero Adran North status. 

If the Nomads fail to beat Llanfair, Felinheli could move back up into second place with victory over Bangor at Cae Seilo. 

Felinheli’s title hopes were ended last weekend after they let a lead slip to lose 4-3 champions Llandudno, which also halted a seven-match winning streak for Aaron Jones-Evans’ side in the Genero Adran North. 

Bangor have lost their last six league matches to slip to seventh in the table, just points above bottom side Airbus UK Broughton. 

Katie Midwinter starred with a goal and an assist as Felinheli defeated Bangor 3-1 in January’s reverse league fixture. 

Champions Llandudno play their final league match of the campaign on Sunday as NFA make the trip to the OPS Wind Arena. 

Victory over Felinheli last weekend – their ninth consecutive win in the league – secured the title for the Seasiders, while they also have a NWCFA Cup semi-final to look forward to. 

A 3-1 defeat to Rhyl 1879 last weekend confirmed that NFA can finish no higher than fifth in the Genero Adran North this season, but it has nonetheless been a promising first campaign in the division for the club. 

The two sides last met in the league way back on the opening day of the season, when five goals from Stevie Donougher inspired Llandudno to an emphatic 10-1 win. 

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