"Them (Bethel) scoring 20, it rubbed me up the wrong way and I wanted to prove a point you can fire them bullets, but we're going to be firing more, " said Parry. "And we certainly did that in the second half. " Parry added: "I have looked at the league and it's a big thing for us if we finish the game on Sunday and we're top of the league by two points.
Airbus end on high, secretary tributes, Nomads held, Buckley march onHuws Gray Alliance Airbus UK Broughton ended a difficult year on a high by powering to a sweet 4-0 victory at home to Queens Park. Relegated out of the JD Welsh Premier League last season, the Wingmakers were the favourites to win the Huws Gray Alliance when the campaign kicked off in August. But Airbus have so far not been able to live up to that billing and prior to the routine win over struggling Queens Park they had conceded 23 goals in seven league matches. It came as a relief to new boss Steve O’Shaughnessy and his players, then, that they not only returned to winning ways in their final game of 2017, but they also kept a clean sheet. Indeed, goalkeeper Andy Coughlin was a spectator throughout as the Wingmakers dominated a Park side that had run out 4-0 winners when the teams met in the second week of the season.