A stunning five goal thriller meant that Bangor came away with all of the points and such a high scoreline was mainly attributed to the efforts of Peter Williams who had a sublime game. He started off the scoring when he tapped the ball in at the far post to open up the scoring, and then went on to create the second goal as he broke through on the right flank and then crossed the ball in to David Paterson to score. However the visitors did not give up and it was only two superb saves from Tudur Trenholme that denied a first half comeback to Bebington. The match re-started at blistering pace as Peter Williams once again broke through the Bebington defence only for his shot to strike the post in the very first minute of the second half.
Grant Bond and Aaron Cobb used their experience to control the flow of the game, and as a result it was Aaron Cobb that scored Bangor’s third goal despite the Bebington goalkeeper’s best efforts he did manage to get a hand to the ball, but it wasn’t enough to stop the goal. John Kelham also got his name on the score sheet with Bangor’s fourth goal, again assisted by Peter Williams and things could have been much worse as Tom Marshall was unlucky to have his goal disallowed. Bangor also got the last say as David Paterson who had been previously sin-binned came back on to the pitch to score his second goal.