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Caernarfon Town have beaten Llanyrafon Ladies 2-0 in the FAW Under-16 Girls Cup Final at Newtown on Sunday afternoon.
Dei Pritchard's side from North Wales made the perfect start when Wales Under-16 international Lois Regan scored after just four minutes.
Regan, a striker, caused the Llani' defence problems all half with her pace and she was narrowly denied by the post midway through the first period.
The lead was extended in the 26th minute when Regan turned provider and Nel Huws finished well to double the advantage.
Llanyrafon boss Kevin Sims made a change at half time, allowing the squad's two goalkeepers to share the match and Jodie Buck was straight into the heart of the action as she saved well from Regan.
As the match went on, the side from Gwent dominated possession with captain Georgia Groves pulling the strings from midfield, whilst defensive duo Kate Webb and Amy Sims thwarted any threat that Caernarfon offered. Just before the hour though, Regan sliced through the defence but she agonizingly pushed the ball wide of Buck's post to miss another opportunity to put the match beyond Llanyrafon.
Llani' battled to the end and although they deserved a goal, it wasn't forthcoming and Caernarfon maintained their clean sheet and were deservedly crowned Welsh Champions. Wales Under-15 girls coach Nicola Anderson named Caernarfon's Wales international Chloe Hughes as the Player of the Match.
Caernarfon Town: Ffion Williams, Ffion Bee, Leonie Prydderch, Gemma Thomas, Elain Evans, Lois Regan, Chloe Hughes (sub Awen Pritchard 70mins), Danielle Barnfield (sub Llinos Jones 68mins), Alaw Huws (sub Cara Owen 52mins), Nel Huws, Heledd Evans. Subs not used: Catrin Hughes, Rebecca Brown.
Llanyrafon Ladies: Bethan Percival (sub Jodie Buck 35mins), Ashleigh Hill (sub Kate Baldock 70mins), Chloe Jones (sub Isobel Biggs 63mins), Mikaela Roberts (sub Rhiannon Chamberlain 70mins), Chloe Leonard, Georgia Groves, Amy Sims, Ffion Llewellyn, Kate Webb, Jessica Williams, Eleri Williams (sub Macayla Richards 70mins).
(Report and photo - www.faw.org.uk)
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