Menai Bridge Tigers are on the brink of winning the Gwynedd Football League title

By Alun Foulkes

for the 1st time in their history

after beating Waunfawr 2-0 this afternoon to exact revenge on their visitors to whom they had suffered their first defeat of the season last week. Goals from veteran Kevin Roberts(pictured) and youngster Callum Graves was enough to give the Tigers, who were one of the founder members of the League, the points, and who must now win one of their last two remaining matches against close rivals Gwalchmai (away) or Glantraeth (home) to take the title.

Glantraeth will be first up on the 30th April and the potential showdown will take place at Gwalchmai a week later on Monday, 6th May.

The Tigers will also be hoping to reach the Final of the Gwynedd Safeflue Shield. After beating Nefyn United 4-3 after extra time over the weekend, they will again face Waunfawr next Saturday for a place in the final where they will face either Glantraeth or Llanystumdwy.

Where next?

MENAI BRIDGE TIGERS WIN THE GWYNEDD FOOTBALL LEAGUE after beating Glantraeth 4-0 tonight.
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