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Ynys Môn Ladies’ Island Games Success Is A Much

The success of Ynys Môn’s ladies football team at the 2019 Inter-Island Games served as a timely boost for the women’s game in North Wales.

In four previous tournaments, Anglesey’s females had been victorious in just one of their 14 matches, but they were a different proposition on home soil as they made it all the way to the final where only a strong Isle of Man side was able to stop them.

The 2018-19 season otherwise had few highlights for North Wales women’s football.

In the Welsh Premier League, Llandudno finished sixth, some distance off the top five, Rhyl ended up bottom and only avoided relegation because no North Wales team applied for promotion and Caernarfon Town did not last the season.

While the newly-appointed officials of the revamped North Wales Women’s League did their level best to ensure things ran smoothly after the previous season’s Rhyl Development saga, everything finished in shambolic fashion.

Still, the winners of Division One have not been crowned. The latest news is the North East Wales FA have awarded Llanfair United a 3-0 win over Kinmel Bay, who decided not to fulfill the final fixture in Powys as they wanted to end their season early.

This puts Bethel and Llanfair level on points and goal difference. Bethel have scored the most goals, but that factor does not come into being under the current league rule book, which is poised to change drastically next season.

The matter now returns to the NWWFL, who must decide on either a shared championship or some other way of settling the title battle.

In the meantime, Llanfair still have the option of appealing against the NEWFA’s 3-0 award (granted as per FIFA rules).

This farce could have been avoided if every team had been committed to finishing the season by the May 31 deadline.

Division Two was also not without its problems, Bethesda Athletic storming to the title with 10 straight wins before announcing they did not have enough players for their final two matches.

One of those games was against Wrexham, who needed to win it to clinch second place and promotion and did so by default in the end (via a 2-0 concession).

And the “icing on the cake” was one Supplementary Cup Final not being played as one of the participants could not raise a team. A cup final and one team unable to get together a side? A first for football?

Amidst the gloom, Penrhyn Bay Under-16s‘ fantastic quadruple, which included the Welsh Cup, was a real highlight for North Wales, with numerous other girls teams doing the area proud too.

So all in all, the female game in North Wales needed a lift.

There was definitely a good feeling about the squad Karen Williams chose for the six-island Anglesey-based tournament.

A nice balance of experience and youth was selected, and the tournament got off to a great start for Môn with a 3-1 win over Western Isles, Amlwch Town’s Lexi Crawley grabbing a memorable hat-trick.

Crawley entered the Games as an in-form player, having finished second highest scorer in NWWFL Division Two last season, so it was no surprise to see her shine.

Despite losing their second group game 3-2 to Hitra, Crawley and Jordanne Greenough with late goals to almost snatch a point for the hosts, Anglesey finished top of the standings on goal difference, thanks to the Western Isles perhaps unexpectedly seeing off Hitra 1-0.

The semi-final was something special for Ynys Môn as they overcame a fine Jersey outfit 1-0, Crawley with a stunning decider to make it five goals in three matches.

Based on form during the competition, the Isle of Man probably entered the final against Ynys Môn last Friday at Holyhead as marginal favourites.

Trailing 2-0 at half time, Anglesey again displayed tremendous spirit to fight back, score through 16-year-old newcomer Catrin Evans, and lose just 2-1 in the end to the Manx.

It was testament to how well Môn had done that they ended up disappointed to lose a final having never achieved any progress in the Island Games before.

Tournament top markswoman Crawley was carrying an injury going into the final and was never quite at her sharpest. Had she been 100%, who knows?

One of the key areas where Ynys Môn looked strong was defence.

They could hardly have been in better hands in the shape of veteran Wales international goalkeeper Nicky Davies, but the likes of skipper Laura Eynon, Carol Lewis, Sara Furlong and Paige Williams formed a very solid rearguard.

The experience of Cerys Gadd and Ffion Owen in the midfield really boosted the team and in attack, the outstanding Crawley benefited from the likes of exciting newcomer Catrin Evans and Ceri Slaney on the flanks, as well as the all-action contributions of Jordanne Greenough. The young substitutes also displayed plenty of promise.

While the men attracted major headlines – and rightly so – for winning their tournament, it is fair to say they were perhaps expected to fare better than the women at the Games.

As it was, the ladies so nearly matched them and can feel proud of not just what they did for the island, but for North Wales football too.

Natwest Island Games: Shalamon &Amp; Hanlon Among Multiple Event Winners

2019 NatWest Island Games

Saturday, July 6th – Friday, July 12th

Gibraltar Peninsula


The 2019 edition of the NatWest International Island Games took place on Gibraltar from Saturday, July 6th to Friday, July 12th, with over 2500 athletes from 24 islands contesting 14 different sports.

Held every 2 years, the multi-national event sees competitors from island countries such as Jersey, Isle of Man, Shetland, Bermuda, Cayman Islands and the Isle of Wright, among many others. A total of twenty-seven islands or island groups have participated in the Island Games; eleven of these have participated in every Island Games.

In the overall medal table, Jersey took home the most golds of 33, but it was Isle of Man who won topped the swimming-specific medal table.

Jersey’s Harry Shalamon accounted for 4 of the individual swimming records, cracking the meet standard in the 50m back, the 100m back, the 200m back and the 200m IM events.

Shalamon took the men’s 50m back gold in a time of 24.31, the 100m back gold in a time of 52.82 and the 200m back gold in a mark of 1:56.40. The Jersey swimmer, who competes for Grand Valley State University stateside, also won the 20om IM in 2:00.35, the 100m fly in 53.32, and the 50m fly in 24.41 to make his mark on this biannual competition.

The women’s record onslaught was led by Faroe Islands swimmer Signhild Joensen, who fired off new marks in the women’s 100m and 200m backstroke races. She took gold in the former in a time of 1:01.58 and the latter in 2:11.24.

Additional Multi-Event Winners:

Isle of Man’s Alex Bregazzi won the men’s 200m free in 1:47.66, the 400m free in 3:52.80 and the 100m IM in a time of 56.86.

His teammate Olivia Marshall also brought home multiple pieces of hardware for Isle of Man, reaping gold in the 50m and 100m fly races with respective efforts of 27.31 and 1:01.89.

Faroe Islands’ Var Erlingsdottir Eidesgaard was a one-woman wrecking ball across numerous events, bringing home 6 individual golds over the course of the meet. Eidesgaard’s golden events included the 50 free (26.11), 200m free (2:00.74), 400m free (4:17.18), 800m free (9:03.62), 1500m free (16:47.54) and 400m IM (4:50.89).

Kara Hanlon of Western Isles demonstrated her prowess in the women’s breaststroke races, winning the 50m (31.08), 100m (1:07.28) and 200m (2:25.45) in style. The University of Edinburgh athlete also won the women’s 100m IM in a time of 1:03.37.

A Week Ynys Môn Will Never Forget

It is almost a year ago that Ynys Môn became an island united by football passion.

The 2019 Huws Gray Inter-Island Football Tournament, hosted by Anglesey, was a huge success in so many ways

Aside from the fact Ynys Môn won the men’s competition and the ladies broke new ground by reaching the final of theirs, the event showcased the host island in a remarkably positive way.

Tomos Wyn Jones, 17, a student at Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge, covered the tournament daily and has written a comprehensive review of the showpiece for Grassroots North Wales.

On June 15, 2019, former Welsh football technical director Osian Roberts launched the unofficial 2019 inter-island football tournament in Holyhead.

Ynys Môn staged the event as the official host nation of the 2019 Island Games, Gibraltar, lacked the amount of football grounds required to stage games.

All footballers were given an item of memorabilia in the opening ceremony, before heading to the main stand at the New Stadium to have a photo taken of all teams together.

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Following the draw concluded by Osian Roberts and Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, both originally from Ynys Môn, the first game played in the men’s tournament was between channel island Jersey and the Scottish isle of Orkney.Hosted by Llangefni Town’s Cae Bob Parry, the channel islanders certainly didn’t disappoint the crowd, routing to a 5-0 victory with 4 goals from eventual tournament top scorer Kieren Lester.Speaking with Jersey men’s manager Martin Cassidy after the game, he referenced the great spirits of Ynys Môn as an island.The women’s tournament got underway with hosts Ynys Môn coming up with a 3-1 victory at the New Stadium, Holyhead, over the Western Isles from Scotland. Lexi Crawley scored the first hat-trick of the tournament for Môn, and put them in early control of Group A.Another feature game on the Sunday was Ynys Môn men’s side’s victory over the Western Isles, coming back from a goal down to win 2-1, with Mel McGinness and Liam Morris completing the comeback in front of a big crowd at Holyhead.Other games on June 16 in the men’s tournament saw Shetland Islands’ 6-1 demolition of St Helena in Group C, and Swedish isle Hitra’s 4-2 victory over Alderney in Group B.In the women’s tournament, the Isle of Man and Jersey played a thrilling game at Lôn Groes, with the Manx ladies coming out on top with a 3-2 triumph in this Group B clash.

Monday, June 17, 2019

All men’s sides were involved except St Helena on Monday evening, with hosts Ynys Môn facing Orkney, who were looking to recover from their heavy defeat at the hands of Jersey.But this wasn’t the case for the Scots, as Môn were victorious 3-1 at Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai, with goals from Jay Gibbs, Mel McGinness and a Sam Jones penalty. Môn were in touching distance of the semi-finals.Elsewhere in Group A, Jersey faced Western Isles, this time scoring an additional 2 goals by strolling to a 7-0 victory, with Lester adding another 2 to his tally,Sol Solomon grabbed a quadruple and Karl Hinds’ penalty completed the caning.Ynys Môn women’s team were made to wait an extra day to see if they had secured a semi final spot, as they lost to Hitra by 3 goals to 2, Kristin Jorgenson (2) and Lina Selvag scoring for the Swedish Isle.Elsewhere, reigning men’s gold medal holders Isle of Man played their first game of the tournament, and thrashed Hitra 7-2, with Ashley Higginbotham and Furo Davies both scoring doubles for the Manx.Three-time winners Guernsey also took their bow, edging a narrow 2-1 outcome over the Shetland Islands, with Keanu Marsh and Sam Hall scoring for the channel islanders at Cae Tŷ Cristion, Bodedern, to secure a vital 3 points in Group C.In the women’s tournament, the Isle of Man were looking for back to back victories, and they certainly didn’t disappoint at Cae Tan Parc, pipping Gibraltar 2-1, with Kym Hicklin and Sarah Wignall securing their spot in the semi-finals.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Only the women’s fifth-placed play-off game and both semi-finals took place this day.Western Isles whipped Gibraltar 5-0 in the battle for fifth, with Mary and Beth Macleod both scoring their second goals of the tournament.The first semi final was at Lôn Groes, between the Group B winners Isle of Man and runners-up of Group A, Hitra.After a closely fought opening 25 minutes, the Manx blew away the opposition 5-1, with Sarah Wignall scoring her third goal of the tournament, putting her second in the golden boot chart.

At Lôn Bach, Amlwch, the locals were queuing in their numbers to watch hosts Ynys Môn face Group B runners up Jersey, for a place in the final at the New Stadium.In a closely fought match, Lexi Crawley scored the sole goal to set up the final between the Isle of Man and Môn.

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Friday, June 21, 2019

The hosts would have been further behind but for another penalty save – a magnificent effort from Paul Pritchard, who made several other amazing stops in the final.Môn came back stronger in the second half, and Liam Morris yet again came up with an important goal for the hosts, a stunning volley from a Jordan Taylor assist in the 67th minute.The hosts were now in full control of the final, and had several chances to edge ahead, but Hamon stood firm in the Sarnians net.But Môn got what they deserved in the 84th minute, as Mel McGinness’s powerful one on one effort found the back of the net, sparking amazing celebrations. Môn held on and when the referee blew the final whistle, the crowd erupted, and the inevitable pitch invasion followed.

The hosts will look back on the tournament with great memories, with the men’s side winning gold and the ladies achieving silver.Môn should feel immensely proud and organisers all applauded for all their hard work, hopefully ensuring the whole games will be coming to Anglesey in 2025! Football surely came home in June 2019!

Mon Ex Me Souhaite Mon Anniversaire! Est

Mon ex me souhaite mon anniversaire! Est-ce un bon signe pour ma reconquête amoureuse? Souvent, on me pose cette question lorsqu’après une rupture amoureuse, l’ex qui a rompu, vous envoie un petit mot ou petit message que ce soit à l’occasion de votre anniversaire ou même pour les relations amoureuses longues, à propos de la date d’anniversaire du couple. Est ce un signe positif? Cela veut-il dire que ma reconquête amoureuse va aboutir au retour de l’être aimé?

Il est vrai que depuis le départ de votre ex qui a décidé de rompre la vie de couple, vous avez fait de nombreux interdits (disputes, jalousie, déclaration d’amour) afin de faire craquer votre ex petit ami ou ex petite amie.

Puis, devenu plus distant, vous vous êtes efforcé de suivre un plan d’action qui devait aboutir à faire revenir son ex. Vous avez pu, ainsi, lui montrer que malgré votre chagrin d’amour vous avez compris les raisons de la séparation et accepté la fin de cette relation amoureuse.

Mon ex me souhaite mon anniversaire – est ce que cela veut dire que mon ex veut revenir?

Votre ex vous souhaite un bel anniversaire!

C’est positif mais ne ne vous attendez pas à un retour d’affection immédiat de l’être aimé. Une chose est sûre : votre ex vous souhaite un heureux anniversaire!

Par conséquent, il faut répondre à votre ex pour son message d’anniversaire ou son appel téléphonique et le/la remercier sans dire je t’aime ou autres paroles d’amour. Soyez simplement gentil et naturel.

Profitez de ce moment pour recréer grâce à votre bonne humeur et vos rires, de la complicité mais évitez de parler de votre relation amoureuse.

Votre ex ne vous souhaite pas votre anniversaire

Dans ce cas, pas de panique ! Cela ne veut pas dire que votre reconquête amoureuse est finie. Par contre, si votre ex ne vous souhaite pas un très joyeux anniversaire, on peut vouloir dire avec certitude que :

Votre ex peut souhaiter créer un électrochoc et ne veut donc pas vous envoyer un message qui puisse raviver vos espoirs d’un retour affectif.

– vous avez fait de nombreux interdits et votre ex étouffe de vous. C’est très fréquent qu’après une rupture sentimentale votre ex ressente ce besoin d’espace et de temps pour évacuer, émotionnellement, le stress du harcèlement et commencer une reconstruction personnelle afin d’aller mieux et reprendre confiance en soi.

V ous vous doutez bien que votre ex ne va pas réveiller vos beaux rêves de se remettre ensemble, en vous souhaitant une bonne journée d’ anniversaire. Votre ex voit votre petit manège pour le/la récupérer. Grosso modo, vous êtes pris par la patrouille. Votre ex vous a démasqué et du coup doit marquer une distance pour ne pas vous faire espérer en vain de le/la reconquérir.

Dans tous les cas, ne montrez pas à votre ex votre désappointement parce qu’il ou elle ne vous a pas souhaité votre anniversaire. Après tout, il est possible que votre ex n’y ait tout simplement pas pensé sans pour autant que cela soit intentionnel.

Continuez, donc, votre changement .De ce fait, poursuivre ce travail de développement personnel permettra de lui envoyer des signes positifs et sincères de votre évolution qui pourront lui donner envie de revenir vers vous. Je vous souhaite plein de bonheur futur.