Plenty of goals across 10 games!

By Nicki Beech

Courtesy of our friend Dave Jones at Grassroots North Wales,

Seb Kidd was a four-goal hero as Lex XI recovered from 3-0 down to beat Hawarden Rangers 5-3 at the Gladstone.

Jack Williams (2) and Ryan McCleary put the hosts three-up inside 13 minutes, but that was far from the end of the story.

Kidd replied before half time, then added a five-minute hat-trick in the second period to edge the Lawmen ahead and complete a dramatic turnaround.

Alex Palmer added a fifth on the hour to round off the scoring.

Johnstown YFC upset the apple cart with a 3-1 triumph at Railway Rovers, whose early season has hit the buffers following a steaming start.

Dewi Reeves netted twice in the first half for the visitors and Joshua Smith added another soon after the turnaround.

Rovers replied with a Liam Davies penalty, but the same player missed a further spot-kick.

Debutant Matthew Harrison plundered a hat-trick for Brymbo Lodge in their 5-2 home win over Bellevue.

Ethan Snell and Harvey Keefe added further home goals, Jordan Wright with both for the Vue.

The prolific Lewis Evans scored twice and Jac Brimfield did the same as Borras Park Albion saw off Caerwys 4-1, Shea Harding replying.

Sean Wilkes and Thomas Hyndman contributed a brace apiece in AFC Bagillt’s 6-1 hammering of FC United of Wrexham.

Allan Hughes and Brandon Adamson scored one each for the hosts, Aston Jones with a penalty for the visitors.

Penyffordd Lions edged a 3-2 verdict at Ruabon Rovers thanks to goals from Joel Buchanan, Dominic Randall and Liam Williams, who grabbed a 79th minute winner.

Wesley Bathers and Owen Bather kept Ruabon in the contest.

FC Queen’s Park romped to a 9-1 victory at Castell Alun Colts.

Levi Parry and Ben White both struck twice for the Park, Garry Whitaker, Sean Humphreys, Sean Price, Jake Harper and a Samuel Scott own goal making up the rest.

Jordan Rigby produced Colts’ sole reply.

David Salisbury notched the only goal in Hawarden Rangers’ 1-0 success at Caerwys.

George Mitchell and Sam Evans got the goals which earned Ruthin Town Development a 2-1 decision over Llangollen Town, Ben Rowlands with the response.

Cefn Mawr Rangers whipped Coedpoeth United Reserves 4-0, Leighton Jones (10 minutes), Matt Jones (44 & 55) and Alex Griffiths (65) splitting the goals.

Where next?

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