Posted: Fri 19th Sep 2014

Rhyl sink 10 man gap Connah’s Quay leaving them rooted to the foot of the table

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014

Goals from Liam Dawson, Michael Walsh and Levi Mackin saw Rhyl run out winners over a ten man gap Connahs Quay side who had Luke Holden sent off just before half time.

The home side’s goal scored by Sean Miller in front of a crowd of 528 tonight at the Deeside Stadium.

The result leaves the nomads rooted to the foot of the table with just 2 points from  6 games.

Rhyl took the lead on 32 minutes when Liam Dawson who struck after an initial shot was saved, he shot past McCormick and the covering Nomads defender.  

Just before the break Luke Holden was shown a straight red card, leaving the Nomads a mountain to climb in the second half.

Rhyl’s opening goad scored by Liam Dawson.

Rhyl celebrate Dawson's opener

Rhyl celebrate Dawson’s opener

Gary O’Toole went close for the Nomads, his effort saved by Rhyl Keeper Ramsay.

 Gary O'Toole rifles in an effort

Gary O’Toole rifles in an effort

Michael Walsh who got on the score sheet when on 66 minutes he headed the ball into the net from a close range

Goal for Rhyl, Keeper Ramsey enjoying the moment.

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Rhyl ‘keeper Alex Ramsay celebrates Michael Walsh’s goal

Sean Miller replied with a goal, slotting the ball past Ramsay from the right side of the box, his shot over the line before the chasing defender could collect the ball.

Sean Miller retrieves the ball following his second half goal

Sean Miller retrieves the ball following his second half goal

The Nomads began to battle in the midfield, yet could not stop Levi Mackin’s goal which was hit from outside the box before curving into the top left corner of the net.

 Rhyl goalscorers Mackin, Dawson and Walsh together at the end of the game

Rhyl goalscorers Mackin, Dawson and Walsh together at the end of the game

 

Thanks to Nik Mensey for the pictures.

 

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