KINMEL Bay FC and Abergele FC played out an entertaining 3-3 draw on Saturday (March 23) in the North Wales Coast East Football League Premier Division.

A cold and windy but sunny day saw wall-to-wall action from these teams at a match which was played in St Asaph.

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On 24 minutes, the Bay’s Leon Bower received a red card, putting them a man down for the rest of the match.

There was no score until the start of the second half, when Abergele’s Dominic Holland, assisted by Ryan Jones, drove home his first of two goals.

The Bay equalised 12 minutes later, when Liam Jones, assisted by Paddy Hamid, scored, but two minutes later, Connor Morris, assisted by Ben Cawley, put the Bay ahead.

In the 72nd minute, Tate Walker delivered the Bay’s third goal with Abergele quickly responding two minutes later when Jack Walker scored Abergele’s second, assisted by Euan Taylor, who had replaced Ryan Jones just five minutes earlier.

Holland scored Abergele’s third in the 78th minute, to bring the visitors back level at 3-3.

Kinmel Bay sit on 34 points after this draw, 22 ahead of Abergele.