BANGOR City signed off their campaign with silverware, as they beat Welsh Alliance side Glantraeth 4-1 in the North Wales Coast FA Challenge Cup Final.
The Citizens fielded a strong side against their Anglesey opponents, with Les Davies and Alan Bull partnering up front, and Clive Williams, Kyle Clancy and Craig Garside returning to the starting eleven.
In front of nearly 400 at Nantporth, it took just thirty seconds for the first goal to come, when Alan Bull’s cross from the right fell to Mark Smyth, who beat ‘keeper Dave Clarke from close range.
After Les Davies saw a header turned over, City went two up on 13 minutes through Sion Edwards, whose mazy run gave him a position to shoot, and his effort beat the keeper from a tight angle.
Two minutes later, Bull made it three when he finished calmly after the visitors’ defence allowed space for another solo run.
Glan refused to give up though, and after forcing a corner of their own, they were awarded a penalty on 30 minutes after Marc Evans was brought down by Clive Williams.
Evans took it and dispatched his effort past Clancy to bring the Welsh Alliance Division Two champions back into the game.
City restored their three goal cushion after 40 minutes though, as Peter Hoy’s cross was deflected into the path of Bull, who rifled home from a tight angle.
The second half saw Bangor dominate possession, with neither side carving any real chances.
Damien Allen, Bull and substitute Kyle Wilson failed to hit the target with efforts, and Les Davies continued in search of a goal of his own, but City comfortably held out to claim their 13th Challenge Cup title to cap another momentous season for Nev Powell’s side.