Airbus UK Broughton Football Club

 The Wingmakers - October 2009 news



October 24
Late goal seals victory for Port Talbot

Airbus UK Broughton were within 3' of taking home a point against Port Talbot today, but a late goal from Liam McCreesh gave the home side all 3 points.

Neil Thomas broke the deadlock in the 55' but Jiws got Airbus back on level terms on the hour. Liam McCreesh broke the hearts of Airbus faithful with the winner.

Kristian Rogers, Ryan Edwards, Rhys Roberts, Matthew Woodward, Mark Allen, Gareth Sudlow, Ashley Williams, Danny Desormeaux, Carl Owen, Marc Lloyd-Williams, Matthew Cook.

Subs not used: Jack Abraham, Paul McManus, George Cowell

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October 22
Connah's Quay Academy do the treble over Airbus

GAP Connah’s Quay Academy sides entertained Airbus UK Broughton in a triple header and went unbeaten against their Flintshire rivals.

Result of the day went to the Nomads’ Under 12's who enjoyed a 7-2 victory.

It took just two minutes for hat-trick hero Liam Smith to head unbeaten Nomads in front. Airbus levelled soon after but Smith struck before the break and completed his hat-trick soon after the turnaround.

Tom Ash then made it four, sub Lewis Harris added a fifth and Joel Hampson chipped in with a brace.

Aled Reece nearly gave the U16s a lead halfway through the first period, but his effort struck the bar as both sides entered half-time goalless.

The tireless Wingmakers broke the deadlock in the second half but Nomads were quickly back on level terms when a long-range Jordan Beck effort was fumbled by the keeper.

The game was then brought to a premature end on 70 minutes following injury to an Airbus player.

Nomads’ U14s shared the spoils with Airbus in a scrappy affair.

The hosts enjoyed a dream start after just five minutes when the referee spotted a push in the area following a Connah’s Quay corner, and Hayden Hughes converted from the spot.

But two minutes after falling behind, Airbus were level when ex-Nomads academy player Josh Rimmer struck.

Both teams then had chances to win the game but failed to find the back of the net again in a 1-1 draw.

Flintshire Chronicle

October 11
Lovell leaves Airbus

Airbus full back Gary Lovell has left the club this weekend. Gary joined the Wingmakers in the 2007/08 season.

Gary made a total of 17 appearances for the club in the league, and has previously played for Connahs Quay (23) and Bangor City (2).

He had yet to make a start in the league this season, but did play two games in our league cup campaign.

October 11
Jiws scoops player of the month award

Airbus UK Broughton striker Marc Lloyd Williams has capped a tremendous first six weeks with the Wingmakers by gaining the first Principality Welsh Premier League Player of the Month Award of the Season.

The League's greatest ever scorer has bagged goals everywhere he has played in his illustrious League career, and that has continued as the Wingmaker has got off to a flyer at the Airfield. He joined the club from Porthmadog in July 2009 and netted both goals on debut in a 2-2 draw at Llanelli. He then scored against former clubs Rhyl and TNS in his next two League games and scored the second in the 3-1 home win over Haverfordwest County. His predatory strike in injury time in his sides' 3-0 win at Aberystwyth Town in his next game and the solitary effort in their 2-1 defeat against Welshpool the following week, meant that 'Jiws' had scored seven goals in his first six League matches of the season and for that is a deserved winner of the Principality Award.

Mark Roberts, Principality Building Society's Regional Sales Manger for North Wales commented, "Some of the North Wales based teams in the Principality Welsh Premier League have had a great start to the season. With Rhyl currently heading up the league table, it is no surprise that Greg Strong has been named Manager of the Month, especially when you consider that this is the first time he has been in charge as a manager. Player of the Month and goal dynamo Marc Lloyd Williams of Airbus UK heads up the top scorers list and is another deserving winner of our monthly award. We wish both teams a great season and look forward to seeing more of these awards head to North Wales."#

October 7
Airbus defender Jack Rowlands signs for Buckley Town

20 year old Airbus defender Jack Rowlands has signed for Cymru Alliance side Buckley Town.

Jack had yet to make an appearance in the first team this season, but has played in all 4 league cup games.

Jack has signed for the Cymru Alliance side on an initial one month loan.

October 7
Airbus equalling milestone awaits James McIntosh

An Airbus equalling club record beckons' for striker James McIntosh should he make the squad and take to the pitch for the Carmarthen home game this coming Saturday.

If he takes to the field he will have equalled John Davies's club record of appearing for the club 136 times, at present the clubs all time top scorer with 37 goals has 135 appearances James total comes from 123 starts and 12 sub appearances, compared to John Davies's 134 plus 2 as sub.

October 5
Airbus to face Nomads in welsh cup 3rd round

Airbus have landed a plum tie in the 3rd round of the welsh cup, being drawn away to near neighbours Connahs Quay, Nomads earned their place in the 3rd round with a 2-0 home win over Pwllheli, but they left it late with the winning goals coming 82; and 84'.

The draw for the 3rd round is:

Aberaman Athletic v Ely Rangers
Bala Town v Llanrug United
Caerau Ely v Afan Lido
Caersws v Coedpoeth United
Caldicot Town v Port Talbot Town
Cambrian and Clydach Vale v The New Saints FC
CPD Porthmadog
v Rhydymwyn
Flint Town United v Bangor City
GAP Connah's Quay v Airbus UK Broughton FC
Haverfordwest County v Aberystwyth Town
Llanelli AFC v Carmarthen Town FC

Llangeinor FC v Holyhead Hotspurs
Llangollen Town v Llandudno Junction FC
Pontardawe Town v Llandudno Town FC
Prestatyn Town v Cardiff Bay Harlequins
Rhyl FC v Bridgend Town FC

Ties to be played on or before 31st October 2009 (with a 2:00pm kick-off unless otherwise stated)

October 3
Wingmakers win 3-1 against Lex

Two first half goals for the Wingmaker set up Airbus for victory. Paul McManus opened the scoring for Airbus on 19' the evergreen Jiws scored Bus's 2nd on 34'.

Two minutes after the break Ryan Edwards scores Airbus's 3rd from the penalty spot, Michael Santangeli got a goal for the home side.

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