Bangor City faced bottom of the league Dysynni 2nd’s at home this Saturday. Bangor were without a few key players this week and so knew it would be a tough match. From the starting whistle, Bangor were under pressure as Dysnnyi fielded a strong team, with some 1st team players making the journey up to Bangor. Dysynni had a ferocious trio constantly pressurising the Bangor defence, who held strong and managed to defence the onslaught. Dysynni were awarded a penalty corner and their short bounced difficultly for keeper Katie Williams and unfortunately the ball slipped under her feet.
Without key midfield players Bangor found it hard to create any counter attack but some deft running from winger Jude Williams saw Bangor create some chances. The second half was much of the same, although after some tactical changes Bangor were able to deal well initially to the ongoing attack from Dysynni. However, with 10 minutes to go, Bangor were once again under pressure and despite their best efforts, Dysnni were awarded a penalty flick after defender Helen Glanville inadvertently blocked a goal with her feet. Despite, Williams’ best efforts, Dysynni converted their flick and the match ended 2-0 to Dysynni. Bangor defended valiantly but they were unable to stop the tenacious Dysynni from winning. Katie Williams was awarded the opposition’s player of the match for her efforts in goal.
Lauren Hassett was awarded Bangor’s player of the match for her persevering in helping the Bangor defence and without her and the defences combined efforts the score would likely be higher.