Date: Sat 14 Sep 2013

Saturday Results in Corbett Sports WPL

Record Berffaith Airbus Wedi Dod i Ben

Airbus goalkeeper James Coates punches the ball away at Rhyl (Mark Chesterton,www.chestertonphotography.co.uk)

Airbus goalkeeper James Coates punches the ball away at Rhyl (Mark Chesterton,www.chestertonphotography.co.uk)

Rhyl 2 Airbus UK 2

Airbus goalkeeper James Coates punches the ball away at Rhyl (Mark Chesterton,www.chestertonphotography.co.uk)

Airbus goalkeeper James Coates punches the ball away at Rhyl (Mark Chesterton,www.chestertonphotography.co.uk)

Airbus’ perfect start to the season came to an end at the Corbett Sports Stadium as they could only secure a draw. It only took 7 minutes before Glenn Rule opened the scoring for the visitors – but the Rhyl faithful only had to wait a further 19 minutes to witness Jason Oswell’s diving header which levelled matters- his first WPL goal for the club.
However it was the Wingmakers who enjoyed their half time cup of tea thanks to Lewis Shorts’ late and rare goal. Ryan Astles isn’t the most prolific of scorers either – but the defender’s equaliser in the 73rd minute secured a point for the home side.
Daeth dechrau perffaith Airbus y tymor hwn i ben wrth iddyn nhw hawlio gêm gyfartal yn Stadiwm Corbett Sports. Cafwyd dechrau campus gan fechgyn Brychdyn wrth i Glenn Rule agor y sgorio wedi 7 munud. Rhwydodd Jason Oswell dros Y Rhyl bron i 20 munud wedi hynny – ond Airbus fwynhaodd eu paned ar yr egwyl fwyaf o ganlyniad i ymdrech Lewis Short yn yr amser a ganiateir am anafiadau.
Hawliwyd pwynt i’r clwb cartref gyda 18 munud ar ôl pan rwydodd Ryan Astles gôl brin ond gwerthfawr i’r Rhyl.

Carmarthen (Caerfyrddin) 3 Afan Lido (Lido Afan) 0
The Old Gold’s fourth victory in five outings was secured by second half strikes from Christian Doidge (63) Kyle Bassett (69) and Matty Collins (72). Carmarthen’s excellent start to the season hasn’t been emulated by the Lido as they remain on 1 point following their goal-less draw at Connah’s Quay on the opening Saturday of the campaign. Carmarthen climb to second place in the table.
Hawliwyd pedwaredd buddugoliaeth Caerfyrddin o’r bron yn y Cynghrair brynhawn Sadwrn. Ers eu colled yn Airbus ar y Sadwrn cyntaf mae’r Hen Aur wedi ennill pob gêm. Tair gôl o fewn cyfnod o 9 munud roddodd y clwb cartref ar ben ffordd ddydd Sadwrn wrth i Doidge (63), Bassett (69) a Collins (72) rwydo. Pwynt yn unig sydd gan y Lido’r tymor hwn – yn dilyn eu gêm ddi-sgôr ar y Sadwrn agoriadol yng Nghei Connah ond mae Caerfyrddin bellach yn yr ail safle yn y tabl.

Bangor 1 Port Talbot 1
The Steelmen’s record of not having won at Bangor in their previous six visits continued at the Book People Stadium on Saturday. Rhys Griffiths did give the visitors the lead in the 25th minute from the penalty spot – his 3rd in two matches – but Les Davies responded for the home side 8 minutes later.
Siôn Edwards clipped the bar early in the second period and although Bangor has the lion’s share of the chances it finished all square.
Parhaodd record wamal Port Talbot ym Mangor wrth iddyn nhw fethu ag ennill yno am y seithfed tro o’r bron brynhawn Sadwrn. Aeth yr ymwelwyr ar y blaen wedi 24 munud wrth i Rhys Griffiths rwydo o’r smotyn – ei drydedd ers dychwelyd i lifrau Port Talbot - ond tarodd Les Davies yn ôl i Fangor 8 munud yn ddiweddarach.
Siôn Edwards ddath agosaf at rwydo’n gynnar wedi troi ond taro’r trawst wnaeth ei ymdrech ac er i Fangor reoli’r chwarae am gyfnodau helaeth – cyfartal oedd hi yn y pendraw.

Bala 1 Newtown (Y Drenewydd) 0
At the fifth time of asking, Bala secured their first league points of the campaign against fellow strugglers Newtown at Maes Tegid. Stuart Jones headed the home side ahead in the 64th minute and that was enough to ultimately separate both sides. Newtown seemed to have set out to secure a point in front of the S4C cameras following their drubbing at Airbus last weekend – but Jones’ forehead lifted the Lakesiders out of the relegation zone and sent the Robins down into the bottom two.
Yn eu pumed gêm o’r tymor llwyddodd Y Bala i hawlio eu pwyntiau Cynghrair cyntaf o’u hymgyrch bresennol. Peniad Stuart Jones wedi 64 munud wahanodd y tîmau ar Faes Tegid o flaen camerau S4C.
Yn dilyn eu crasfa yn Airbus y Sadwrn diwethaf, ‘roedd Y Drenewydd i weld yn ddigon bodlon chwilio am gêm gyfartal – ond talcen Jones sicrhaodd bod Y Bala’n codi o safleoedd y cwymp gan ddanfon tîm Bernie McNally i lawr i’r ddau safle isaf.