Queens Park 1 Penrhyncoch 5

PENRHYNCOCH ended the season with a resounding victory at relegated Queens Park on Tuesday.

The Roosters dominated from the first whistle with Liam Doherty denied by the woodwork while Rob Murfet tested goalkeeper Richard Cowderoy during the early stages

However it was the hosts who forged ahead through Richie Jones’ 36th minute header.

Just two minutes later and the hosts were reduced to 10 men and the Roosters capitalised by levelling with a penalty on the stroke of half-time with Jonny Evans converting.

Evans turned provider after the break with his throughball picking out Murfet to volley home.

Manager Gari Lewis was kept busy with a superb save to deny Jones his second with the deputising goalkeeper pushing the shot onto the bar.

Penrhyn increased their lead with 20 minutes remaining with Evans following up to complete his brace after Cowderoy spilled a low drive from Carwyn Jones.

Evans completed his hat-trick with four minutes remaining with his second penalty of the game after being clattered in the home area.

Penrhyn brought the curtain down on a successful campaign with Doherty firing home from the edge of the area with seconds remaining.

Victory helped the Roosters cement ninth place in the final table having ended the campaign on the back of a nine game unbeaten sequence.

PENRHYNCOCH: G Lewis, C Jones, Davies, S James, Foligno, O James, Murfet, Doherty, J Evans, L Lewis, Blake. Sub: Fox