Category: Men’s 1st Team

Bangor v Sale Food Report

Well the turnout for Bangor at the Antelope (who actually sponsor us and I hope they never read this!) was poor. Only four players turned up for the post match meal, but seeing how none of the Sale players turned

Bangor City 1’s 4 – 3 Sale 2’nds

With visitors Sale 2nds needing a win to avoid relegation this fixture was always going to be a massive game and the match itself did not disappoint as it turned in to a seven goal thriller. Bangor took the lead

Bangor City 1’s 5-0 Bebington 3’s

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

Triton 2nds 2 – 4 Bangor 1sts

When Bangor 1sts met Triton 2nds on Saturday it was a match up of two teams with completely different playing styles. Triton played a well-drilled passing game but were unable to penetrate the Bangor defence, and although Bangor enjoyed having

Llandudno 1s 0-2 Bangor City 1s

Bangor City 1s did the double over their local Rivals Llandudno 1s as Bangor won again for the second meeting between these two teams this season and on this occasion the game was away at Llandudno. Bangor started the brighter

Bangor City 1s 1-3 Stockport Bramhall 2s

A change in formation proved to be Bangor’s undoing as some of the defensive players were caught out of position when Stockport Bramhall took an early lead in the game, however the slack marking and a lack of communication that

Oxton 4’s 3 – 2 Bangor City 1’st

Bangor would rue the first ten minutes of the game as they struggled defensively to communicate with each other and soon found themselves 2-0 down due to a quick attacking move and a penalty flick. However they rallied together and

Bangor City Men’s 1s – 3 v 1 – Crewe Vagrants Men’s 2s

And so, one of the biggest games of the season so far had arrived.  Before push back, Crewe Vagrants were top of the league, having won all four matches, and Bangor City were second having won three and drawn one.

Triton Men’s 2s – 1 v 2 – Bangor City Men’s 1s

The trip from Bangor to Alsager, near Stoke-on-Trent, is the furthest the club has to travel this season. It takes two hours to get to Triton’s home ground, and you don’t need me to list you a whole bunch of

Bangor City Men’s 1s – 2 v 0 – Deeside Ramblers Men’s 5s

There are many sayings that deal with the theme of ‘home’; there’s “Home is where the heart is”, “Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts” and “God, I want to leave