Bank Holiday Monday.
Title Favourites Trearddur Bay visited Gwydir Park for a 1pm KO
The Rwsters were missing a couple through injury and a lot were playing with injury. Manager Barry Owen was wary of the threat of prolific, and current top goalscorer of the Welsh Alliance - Asa Thomas. The Rwsters set up as a 4-5-1 formation, and playing a deep line, allowing Bay a lot of possession but they were unable to break down a resilient Rwsters. 0-0 HT
As the second half started, the Bay were obviously told to pick up the pace. Jordie Murphy and centre mid Luke Roberts beginning to dictate play but no clear chances were getting created.
However on 70 minutes, the ball fell to Myles Jones who hit a shot from the edge of the box, Paul Roberts in the Rwsters goal made a terrific save with his feet but the ball rebounded to Jordie Murphy who was 3 or 4 yards offside, who headed into the net.
Rwsters were furious with the referee and linesman for allowing the goal but he wasn't going to change his mind.
Trearddur Bay sat further back and were holding on as the Rwsters went in search for an equaliser, but on 88 minutes the Rwsters were yet again frustrated with the officials. Elliot Llywelyn found his way in to the box, and was brought down by Bay's captain and centre back, last man but the Referee waved away the appeals. Trearddur Bay celebrated at Full Time as they knew they were fortunate to get all 3 points.