"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.
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Connah's Quay go into the match following last weekend's 19-0 triumph over Llanfair United and team boss Jordan Parry admitted: "I will be honest, I had that scoreline in my head. "At half-time being 8-0 up, I set the players a target. " It was a message of intent from the Nomads, coming a week after title rivals Bethel beat Denbigh Town 20-0.
That could have cost us dearly tonight, which is unfair on the players. ” Morrison felt Nomads, who were missing Ryan Wignall through suspension and lost Jay Owen to injury, were feeling the effects of a busy festive programme. And he admitted he will look to provide cover and competition for Michael Wilde now that the transfer window is open. Morrison said: “Michael’s trudged that lonely path up front for a long period.
” But the ex-Manchester City star was less complimentary about how Davies’s equaliser came about. Michael Bakare puts Connah's Quay Nomads in front against Cefn Druids on Friday after Michael Wilde's header comes back off the bar (Image: Nik Mesney/NCM Media) Morrison said: “1-1 was a fair result. We got our noses in front and had chances to make it 2-0 and put the game to bed by half-time. “Then we concede a goal which you wouldn’t expect the Dog and Duck to concede.
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Damase Kiwanda gets a shot away in Airbus UK Broughton's 4-0 win over Queens Park (Image: Andrew Lincoln) Wes Baynes opened the scoring in the 22nd minute with a 30-yard piledriver before Damase Kiwanda doubled the advantage seven minutes later by putting a finishing a touch to a good move involving Bailey Jackson and Luke Busumbru. Leo Riley added a third soon after the break before Busumbru completed the scoring. Youngsters Oli Lanceley, George Peers and Blake Robinson impressed off the bench for Airbus, who moved up to second and within five points of Caernarfon Town as a result.
Top spot is the target for firing Connah's Quay Nomads ahead of derby clashNEW SIGNING: Jordan Parry with Nomads' new acquisition Sienna Strapp, who has also signed with the view to join the 2021/22 women's scholarship programme at Coleg Cambria Deeside. Picture: Connah's Quay Nomads. FREE-SCORING Connah's Quay Nomads will target top spot in the Adran North League on Sunday. A point from their home clash with local rivals Airbus UK Broughton will see the Nomads leapfrog Bethel and Llandudno into pole position.
Academy Games to be Streamed Live at The Quay 3GAnother fantastic addition to our academy program which will allow a number of games and sessions to be filmed, streamed live on our club you tube channel and for the footage to be used for coaches and players for analysis purposes on following Mondays training session. The Hi Pod we have purchased reaches up to 30 feet in the air and can be moved to any area of The Quay 3G allowing filming from all angles and for all age groups. We will be filming all teams U8-U19 at least one game per month. Following this the game will be clipped with small highlights package posted onto our academy website for all to view. Alongside the best first team goals we will also be producing a video goal of the month package with a goal from all sides with the winner able to be voted for be public on one of our social media pages.
Morrison was furious with the defending that allowed James Davies to cancel out Michael Bakare’s opener. And he also hit out at the decision to award Druids a second-half penalty that Nomads old boy Ashley Ruane blasted over the bar. But Morrison had no complaints with the final scoreline, or the performance of his players over the course of the calendar year. He said after the game: “It’s been fantastic. We started 2017 in second position and tonight we’re in second position, and I think that’s a fabulous achievement. “What we’ve actually done at this football club over the last period is quite remarkable, and I’ve got to give the praise to the players.
It’s something we have to look at, bringing in somebody that can help him and give us the opportunity to freshen things up a bit. ” Former Chester FC hero Michael Wilde goes close with a header for Connah's Quay Nomads on Friday night There has been transfer business at Nomads this week. Mathias Bakare, John Oyenuga and Melford Simpson, who signed for the club in the summer after successful trials, have been released. But Nomads have handed new contracts until January 2019 to attacker Michael Bakare, their goalscorer against Druids, and goalkeeper Rhys Williams. Morrison said: “Rhys has worked very hard both technically with (goalkeeping coach) Neil Ebbrell and physically with his individual program and we are beginning to see that hard work come through.
The Wingmakers do not have a match this weekend. Former Chester FC star Baynes, meanwhile, has left the club. The 29-year-old has joined Welsh Premier League outfit Llandudno. North East Wales League The Flintshire footballing community has been paying tribute to Michael Beech, the North East Wales League general secretary who passed away suddenly, aged 62, at the weekend. Mr Beech, a former secretary of Chester City FC, was a well-liked and well-respected figure throughout the county and across North Wales, which was reflected in the reaction to his passing. One game took place in the league on Saturday, which Penyffordd Lions drew 1-1 at Offa Athletic. Welsh Premier League Connah’s Quay Nomads manager Andy Morrison had mixed emotions after his side ended a memorable 2017 with a 1-1 draw at home to Cefn Druids in the JD Welsh Premier League last Friday.
It’s absolutely appalling and until I actually see it and try and work out what the decision-making of the lads was... because everybody was in the right positions when the ball came out, so how they scored I have no idea. ” Of the penalty, Morrison added: “Connah’s Quay don’t get them penalties – it’s simple as that. “I’m not going to say it’s a soft penalty, because it isn’t a penalty. I’ve just seen it on video and it’s just not good enough.
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