Strong winds on Saturday resulted in a last minute venue change for Bangor’s second to last match against local rivals Caernarfon. The goals at Llanrug were not weighted down and strong winds results in the goals being continually blown over. The match was moved to an equally exposed Llangefni, but the goals at least were secured in place.
The match started ferociously with the Cofis on the attack from the get go. Bangor were slow off the mark and straight away were put under pressure but keeper Katie Williams was on form making some excellent saves. Bangor created a few good chances with some great crosses being fired across the D but unfortunately no one was there to convert the chances. The first half ended in a stalemate as both teams battled the elements but neither were able to find the back of the net.
The second half again saw the Cofis come out strong and straight away apply the pressure to the Bangor defence, but some tenacious defending from left back Siobhan Johnson kept them at bay. Unfortunately, after some messy play in the Bangor D, Caernarfon managed to sneak one over the line despite kept Williams saving their first attempt. Bangor came close again to equalising but it was not to be. Keeper Williams and midfielder Lauren Hassett shared the player’s player of the match and left back Siobhan Johnson was awarded the opposition’s player of the match, well deserved for their hard work and perseverance in what was a closely fought match.