Legion getting closer to N.Wales Coast crown.
Byline: MIKE McEVOY
COLWYN Bay Colwyn Bay (kôl`wĭn), Welsh Bae Colwyn, town (1991 pop. 27,002), Conwy, N Wales. It is a popular seaside resort. Colwyn Bay has an amusement park, several theaters, a zoo, a botanic garden, and the Pwllychrochan Woods. RBL (Realtime Blackhole List) A list of the IP addresses of known spammers. See MAPS. closed in on the Section A title with an 11-3 victory over Rhos Park B in their top-v-bottom clash, pushing Rhos into deeper relegation waters.
Second-placed Deganwy Ventilation are not allowing the Legion a free run, trailing the leaders by five points after a 10-4 triumph over Beaumaris A, who are third.
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n. after losing 12-2 at Blaenau Ffestiniog, where R E Jones (21-5) was Blaenau''s top performer, Dafydd Williams (21-9) replying.
Struggling Bangor City fell 10-4 at Rhos Park A, (Ivor Jones 21-0) as Gwerydd Buckland (21-8) again shone for relegation-troubled City, while Scott Parry (21-3) secured St Asaph A a 9-5 verdict over Llanrwst A (Anthony Bailey 21-6).
Peter Beech (21-8) helped Dyserth emerge 10-4 winners in their derby date at Rhuddlan, Les Capper (21-8) the top home player.
Pacemakers Mochdre were floored 10-4 at home by promotion rivals Abergele, allowing new leaders Holyhead to claim pole position.
The Harbourmen sank Llysfaen 10-4 as brothers Dave (21-7), Jason and Daniel Rossington (both 21-9) delivered the prized win, Betty Hope (21-5) replying.
Geoff Snellgrove and Alf Bowen (both 21-9) helped Kinmel Bay to a 9-5 win over Old Colwyn, John Lunt (21-9) the visitor''s pick.
Rhyl stay bottom after falling 8-6 to second-bottom Penmaenmawr B.