Callum Parry scored all four goals as Llanrwst made it two wins on the bounce. The Rwsters put in a very good display, and Parry made it 6 goals from 2 games and it could have even been more.
Llanrwst rang the changes again with 4 key players missing from last week’s victory over St Asaph. New signing Leighton Griffiths came straight into the starting line-up, wearing his famous number 10 shirt.
The Rwsters started very brightly and scored the first goal after 2 minutes. After great work from Elliot Llewellyn down the right hand side, Callum Parry expertly converted his cross with a diving header. Parry and Llewellyn were at it again 20 minutes later. Llewellyn again with great work down the right hand side was fouled in the box, Parry stepped up and converted the penalty to double the lead. Llanrwst skipper Gwyn Jones nearly made it three just before the break with a free kick, but was well saved from the Llanfairpwll goalkeeper.
The second half was similar to the first, with Llanrwst getting the pick of the chances, but wasn’t until the 75th minute before the next goal went in. Parry completed his hatrick, turning the defender and placing the ball into the bottom corner.
Llanfairpwll could have pulled a goal back if it wasn’t for Rwsters veteran keeper Paul Roberts with a point blank save. Roberts seemed to have no chance stopping the ball going in, but somehow he tipped the ball round the post in what can only be described as one of the best saves seen at this level, this capped off a very good game for Roberts.
This spurred the Rwsters on and Parry scored again 10 minutes after his third, and he saved the best till last. Parry started the move himself, picking up the ball with his back to goal and sprayed the ball out wide to Aron Jones, Jones picked out Bryn Jenkins on the far post who nodded the ball down perfectly to Parry’s path and he smashed in his fourth of the afternoon, it could have been five late on but the Rwsters hit the post, no surprises for guessing who, that man Parry again.
This capped off a good week for the Rwsters with two wins from two. Llanrwst now find themselves in 14th, with two games in hand to 13th place St Asaph and only a point behind.