Division One West
Tuesday 9th April 2019 @ Llanellian Road, Colwyn Bay
Colwyn Bay
(1) 1
(2) 5
Robinson (6)
Keogh (2, 22), Leonard (46), Abadaki (54), Jones (90)
Mossleyweb Man of the Match: Andy Keogh
Colwyn Bay
1. Patrik Rutter
2. Alexander Downes
3. James Ellison
4. Darren Thornton
5. Will Bell
6. Lassana Mendes
7. Blake Robinson
8. Thomas McCready
9. Ashley Woods
10. Daniel Andrews
11. Astley Mulholland
12. Joe Evans (unused)
14. Ethan Devine (for 8 - 40)
15. Craig Pritchard (for 11 - 59)
16. Frankie Arkwright (for 9 - 82)
17. Jordan Carrington (unused)
Yellow cards: Robinson, Pritchard

1. Josh Ollerenshaw
2. Steve Mason
3. Ben Richardson
4. Keiran Nolan
5. Adam Jones
6. Declan Evans
7. Max Leonard
8. Andy Keogh (c)
9. Mike Fish
10. Gary Gee
11. Godwin Abadaki
12. Logan Jeffs (for 2 - 62)
14. Dieter Downey (unused)
15. Ben Halfacre (for 7 - 72)
16. Raul Correia (for 9 - 76)
Yellow cards: none

Referee: Mr D. Croft

Mossley gave the perfect response to the defeat at Leek on Saturday by thrashing Colwyn Bay 5-1 on what was potentially the Lilywhites last ever competitive trip to Wales

The starting line up showed just one change with Mike Fish replacing Ben Halfacre and the Lilywhites were in front inside two minutes when Ben Richardson played in Fish down the left to cross to the far post where Andy Keogh had time to control and fire into the corner.

The lead was short lived though as Blake Robinson provided a neat finish from the edge of the box to level just four minutes later.

On 22 minutes Mossley were back in front. Fish and Richardson again combined well before Max Leonard set up Andy Keogh to coolly slot past the keeper from eight yards for his second of the night.

If the home side had hopes of a second half comeback, those hopes were dashed within a minute of the restart as
Godwin Abadaki raced down the right before his cross was headed in by the unmarked Max Leonard at the far post.

By now Mossley were in full control. Declan Evans played the ball out of defence to Gary Gee who exchanged passes with Kieran Nolan who in turn fed Leonard, with his back to goal, on the edge of the box. Leonard then did a delightful one-two with Godwin Abadaki, splitting the home defence wide open, allowing Abadaki time to race through on goal before slotting the ball under the keeper for a quite exquisite goal. A contender for goal of the season!

The scoring was rounded off in the last minute as Richardson’s corner was only half cleared by the home defence and Keogh's chip to the far post was headed in by Adam Jones to complete the rout.