Llani storm the castle

Reporter:

Gavin Grosvenor

North Wales Divs Two & Three East

ADAM Price played a starring role as Llanidloes climbed to fourth in the second division table with a 20-8 win at bottom of the table Harlech.

The visitors arrived on the coast determined to end a run of defeats with victory in their penultimate league game of the season.

Despite the hosts firing ahead with an early penalty the Mid Wales side were soon ahead with a try from James Davies.

Price converted before adding a penalty as Llanidloes opened a seven point lead.

However Llanidloes failed to build on their lead as Harlech capitalised on the visitors lethargy with an unconverted try.

Llanidloes were galvanised into action and soon responded with Price converting his own try to restore their advantage before completing his tally with a late penalty.

Elsewhere Newtown look set to receive a bye to the final of the Cambrian Training Mid Wales Cup after semi-final visitors Aberystwyth Athletic failed to raise a side for their scheduled weekend clash.

Meanwhile Newtown tasted North Wales Youth Cup semi-final heartache after slipping to a 55-10 defeat against Nant Conwy.

Flanker Dafydd Thomas crossed for a consolation try with outside-half Huw Spear completing Town’s points haulk with a conversion and a penalty.

n LEE Hughes led COBRA to a 31-12 win at Rhyl in division two of the North Wales Youth League.

Hughes starred with a brace of tries with Jac Roberts, Matt Bebb and Deiniol Jones completing the try count while Will Worthington added three conversions.

Welshpool went down 40-7 at home to Dolgellau with a try from Connor Thornton, converted by captain Dan Earle, little reward a battling Pool performance.??????

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