Under 12's win NWCFA Cup Final
Saturday, 25 April 2015 20:19

under 12s win nwcfa cup final

This season's Anglesey Junior League Champions added another trophy to the cabinet this morning when they collected the North Wales Coast Cup to the growing collection.

The final, played out at Gaerwenn FC, was an all Anglesey Junior League affair where they faced fellow Islanders Amlwch Town.

Amlwch started the match much the better team, but Hotspur gradually settled as the game went on. A sustained period of pressure in the second half saw a free kick driven into the box before being controlled and drilled in from short range by Gethin Owen. Amlwch pushed for an equaliser, but Hotspur held firm to see out the match.

Fancy yourself as a referee?
Sunday, 07 December 2014 00:00

A shortage of referees in the region has seen a drive by the North Wales Coast Football Association (NWCFA) for more local referees through the provision of extra courses held locally.

A course will be held at Llangefni Town F C on Monday 19th January at 6-45pm; it will last for 5 weeks under the tutorship of former UEFA Referee, Brian Lawlor.

Anyone over 14 years of age, male or female may attend.

There is an acute shortage of Match Officials around the Bangor, Caernarfon areas and especially in Anglesey and therefore the Association is urging anyone that is interested in becoming a Referee to contact Brian Lawlor on 01407 763502.


New coaches wanted
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00

coach talking to players

Holyhead Hotspur Peibio Youth FC is currently looking to recruit new volunteer managers and coaches for the up-and-coming season. Positions are available over a wide range of age-groups from under 6's to under 18's.

Applicants must be dedicated, motivated and willing to be active contributing members of the Club's youth development structure.

First tournament win of the season for Hawks
Thursday, 05 June 2014 15:35

Hawks celebrate Holyhead Tournament Win 01/06/2014Our under 11's Hawks team won their first tournament of the 2013/14 season last weekend when they beat Bodedern Athletic in the annual Holyhead Tournament.

The Hawks qualified in second place from their group and played front-runners Rhyl Hearts in the semi-final. It was a very even match that was finally settled in a penalty shootout. Finalists Bodedern Athletic faced Amlwch Blues in the other semi-final which was also a very close affair. Bodedern scoring a late winner.

The Hawks dispatched Bodedern 2-0 in the final scoring either side of half-time.