Archive action from Bangor v Airbus
Airbus UK Broughton extended their lead at the top of the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League with a 1-0 win, courtesy of a second-half Chris Budrys goal.
Over 600 visited the Bookpeople Stadium on a very wet evening and the hosts' best chances in the opening half came from a long range Declan Walker effort and Jamie Petrie. Airbus had their chances too, but it was on the stroke of the break when they had their best effort, but Lee Idzi saved after Ryan Wade's good run and shot.
Six minutes after the interval, Chris Budrys continued his excellent run of form to give the visitors the lead as the burly Scot finished from close range following a Steve Abbott assist.
The Citizens were awarded a penalty on the hour by the Maltese exchange referee, but the host's leading scorer missed and Declan Walker failed to take advantage of the follow up. That proved to be the best chance for Nev Powell's side as they were unable to equalise and the visitors went home with all three points.
Geoff Kellaway scored the last minute equaliser
Geoff Kellaway scored in injury time as Aberystywth came from behind three times to share the spoils with Newtown in the Mid-Wales derby.
Craig Williams handed the visitors the perfect start scoring in the fifth minute against his former side. The hosts drew level on the quarter of an hour mark as Mark Jones - who scored his first ever Aberystwyth goal against Newtown last season - haunted the Robins again.
Newtown were back in front just nine minutes later as skipper Andy Jones gave the visitors the half-time lead.
After the break Aber once again restored parity, as sub Jamie Butler who came on for Chris Venables, scored his first Welsh Premier League goal with 65 minutes played to beat loanee 'keeper Jon Rushton in the Newtown goal.
Bernie McNally's side showed their character to take the lead for a third time, with midfielder Tom Goodwin scoring his second of the campaign to hand his side the lead with twenty minutes remaining. But the home side have already demonstrated under new boss Ian Hughes that they never give up and once again this was evident, as Kellaway had the final say to salvage a draw in a six-goal thriller.
Parhau wnaeth record Airbus o beidio cholli y tymor hwn wrth i fechgyn Brychdyn ennill am y tro cyntaf ar dir Bangor mewn saith ymgais.
Sicrhaodd eu buddugoliaeth o 1-0 eu bod chwephwynt yn glir ar frig Uwch Gynghrair Cymru-Corbett Sports er eu bod wedi chwarae un gêm yn fwy na’r Seintiau Newydd.
Cafodd y ddau glwb eu cyfleoedd yn y cyfnod cyntaf. Chris Budrys ddaeth agosaf at rwydo i’r ymwelwyr (34m) ond o fewn dau funud ‘roedd Siôn Edwards a Jamie Petrie wedi gwneud i amddiffyn Airbus chwysu.
Daeth y gôl allweddol wedi 5 munud o’r ail gyfnod wrth i Steve Abbott greu’r cyfle gyda’i groesiad cywir a doedd Chris Budrys ddim am fethu o bum llath.
Cafodd Bangor gyfle gwych i ddod yn gyfartal wedi 59 munud wedi i Anthony Miley gael ei wthio’n y cwrt – ond arbedwyd cic Les Davies o’r smotyn yn gymharol hawdd gan James Coates.
Noson dda arall i Airbus – ac er dioddef eu trydedd colled o’r tymor ar eu tomen eu hunain – ‘roedd digon o addewid ym mherfformiad y Dinasyddion i awgrymu y daw gwelliant buan i’w canlyniadau nhw.
Rheolodd Y Drenewydd yr ornest hon am gyfnodau helaeth ac fe sgoriodd cyn-chwaraewr Aber,Craig Williams o 25 llath wedi 5 munud cyn i Mark Jones ei gwneud hi’n gyfartal ddeng munud yn ddiweddarach. Williams grodd ail gôl yr ymwelwyr wedi 25 munud wrth i Andy Jones fanteisio i’r eithaf ar ei gyfle.
Gyda 25 munud yn weddill daeth Jamie Butler i’r maes fel eilydd i’r clwb cartref am ei brofiad cyntaf o Uwch Gynghrair Cymru- Corbett Sports ac o fewn munud yn unig ‘roedd wedi sgorio’i gôl gyntaf i ddod ag Aber yn gyfartal am yr ail waith ar y noson.
Serch hynny 5 munud yn ddiweddarach – y ffaith i Tom Goodwin fanteisio ar fethiant Mike Lewis i hawlio croesiad, sicrhaodd y fantais i’r Drenewydd am y trydydd tro.
Ond gyda munud dros y 90 wedi ei chwarae – gwnaeth ymdrech Kellaway yn siwr bod Coedlan y Parc yn gorfoleddu wrth i’r clwb cartref sicrhau pwynt hwyr ond gwerthfawr.
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