WREXHAM GLYNDWR men’s first team continued their good form with a 4-0 win at Northop Hall Seconds.

Initially, Wrexham had difficulty retaining the ball and passing it around. However, Gaz Roberts’ street-wise hockey brain brought a penalty early on, which Gaz Bailey-Rogers narrowly put wide.

Northop Hall soon after found gaps between Wrexham’s midfield and defence which allowed for a few counter attacks and their quick wingers were unlucky not to capitalise on their chances.

At the other end, Wrexham finally found the net.

Kyle Preston played a lovely through ball for Aled Thomas who then passed to Roberts for an easy finish.

It was 2-0 when captain Rich Read slotted between three desperate defenders.

Read wanted more pressure from the wings in the second half, which was provided.

Wrexham extended their advantage via a finish from Nathan Samuels.

Then, completing the best move of the match, Aled Thomas made it 4-0.

Wrexham Glyndwr women’s first team played out a 0-0 draw with Bordon Thirds.

Bowden started strongly and some fine saves by player of the match Sarah Fellows made sure it remained goalless at the interval.

The second half was a tough one with plenty of defending by Wrexham, with Claudia Royle playing well while Delyth Sharples made some great clearances.

Northop Hall ladies’ first team eased to a 4-0 win in their meeting with Runcorn.

Goals from Hannah Dent, Angharad Cahill-Parsons, top scorer Jenny Jones and Kelly Stevens secured the win, while Sophie Hall was the player of the match.

Northop Hall Seconds played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Rhyl in a fiery encounter.

Hayley Byrne struck twice for Hall, with Emily Warlow also on the scoresheet, while Laura Spittlehouse earned the player of the match nod for her outstanding work in defence.

After an epic effort from the league newcomers Northop Hall Thirds, they lost out 4-3 to Glyndwr Wrexham Seconds.

Rachel White (2) and youngster Ella Hancock scored for Hall, whose player of the match was Bethan Davies.