Llanrwst Utd travelled to Anglesey light in numbers, with some experience players Gwyn Jones (ankle) Leighton Griffiths (Concussion) Gene Faulkes (nerve problem) Matt Beach (Broken foot) Leon Doran (Knee) all missing the trip.
LLangefni Town were in good form and pushing for the runner’s up spot, with a chance of promotion, depending what Glantraeth FC decide to do.
Callum Parry back in the team after missing the two previous games through work commitments, and Parry had the best chance of the game, Josh Francis beating his man on the right hand side and delivering a perfectly weighted pass to Parry but his effort was well saved by Kenny Jones.
Defensively Llanrwst were tight and looked dangerous on the counter attack, as Gefni offered little in attack but were dominating possession.
The game was a bit of a bore for the supporters for 85 minutes, but Craig Roberts leaped highest in a crowded box and some how Rwsters keeper Christian Wright saved it, but also held on to the header, a save worthy of a higher standard.
Wright was called upon again a minute later, Jack Roberts cut inside from the left and his effort was again saved superbly by the legs of Wright who got down low.
The Rwsters did have a chance in the 89 minute, Al Roberts and Sam Roberts pressed well and a good ball by substitute Sam Tidswell found Luke Roberts, who chipped it over Gefni Substitute Steve Kehoe, the ball coming off Kehoe’s hand, who cleared the ball to safety, again the Rwsters didn’t have the rub of the green.
A good point and a solid display by the Rwsters.
Barry Owen commented: The big man kept us in the game, with two fantastic saves. We were defensively brilliant today, the game plan was to frustrate them and hit them on the counter and it nearly came off.
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