A very young Llanrwst Utd travelled to Greenfield (an 80 mile round trip) on a Wednesday night for a 6.30 Kick Off!
Again, Llanrwst Utd were missing a large amount of players, some unable to finish work on time and many through injuries. The latest player to be added to the long injury list is youngster Jac Parry. Parry came off worst in a strong tackle against LLangefni Town.
With the Llanrwst Utd mini bus arriving 15 minutes before kick off, due to an accident on the road, the Referee delayed the Kick Off by 10 minutes.
A much changed Rwsters side began well, Callum Parry, Paul Cassidy and Luke Roberts combining well with the latter having a shot at Danny Stanton in goal.
Opposition Manager, Tony Hogan was far from impressed with his team but that wasn’t the case for long. Llanrwst were slow getting out to Keiron Roberts out on the left, he crossed the ball and the ball coming off Steffan Whiteley for an own goal. 1-0 on 11 minutes.
The second goal came in the 19 minute. George Mitchell gave away a free kick, this time on the right hand side, that man again Keiron Roberts whipped in a ball and Liam Robinson headed in at the near post.
A far from happy management team demanded more in terms of work rate in the second half, and the Rwsters restricted Greenfield to one chance in the second half, but this resulted in another goal. Liam Robinson adding a second on 60 minutes.
Paul Cassidy did find himself in a one on one situation late on, but Greenfield defender Liam Jones pulled him down, again in the box but no penalty awarded.
Ironically it was the same Referee that denied Cassidy and the Rwsters a penalty, a week before at home against Pwllheli.
Nevertheless, it was a comfortable win for Greenfield and a disappointing performance by the Rwsters in their last game of the season.