HERE'S our team of the week for February 3-6.

1: Luke Francis (U12)
Luke was desperately unlucky to be on the losing side in Sunday’s Flintshire Derby against gap Connahs Quay. He showed excellent distribution skills and also produced an excellent penalty save to keep the scores level at 1-1.
Tom Wellings - Under 12 Coach

2: Lee Smallwood (U11)
Lee worked hard and never let his head go down. His passing and tackling were excellent and he looked comfortable in possession against an excellent Llandudno side.
Colin Parsonage - Under 11 Coach

3: Harry Williams (U9)
Harry turned in two tireless performances against Llandudno and Wrexham. He was tenacious in the tackle and was intelligent with his passing throughout both games.
Mark Allen - Under 9 Coach

4: Jack Edwards (U8)
Jack was superb in the U8 two fixtures against Wrexham and Llandudno. Against Llandudno he managed to bag himself a couple of goals, while against Wrexham, he covered every part of the pitch, won an incredible amount of tackles and showed tremendous quality when in possession.
Dave Riley - Under 8 Coach

5: Glenn Rule (First Team)
Another excellent performance from the wingmakers midfielder. Pressed into action as an emergency centre back on saturday, Rule was still superb on the ball and also excellent defensively.
Andrew Thomas - First Team Manager

6: Blake Robinson (U19)
For the third time in the past four games, Blake was the standout performer for the U19. He is starting to run games for the team and drove them on again against Bala Town.
Gareth Richards - Under 19 Coach

7: Toby Vickery (U16)
Toby dominated midfield for the U16 winning headers and scored the all important third goal in their 3-0 win.
Jamie Crowther - Under 16 Coach

8: Jonnie Bucknall (U14)
Jonnie was excellent for the U14 in their Sunday night draw against Connahs Quay Nomads. He used possession intelligently and also worked extremely hard for the side out of possession.
Dave Riley / Colin Parsonage - Under 14 Coaches

9: Harry Kaye (U12)
Harry scored a great chipped goal against Connahs Quay. He held the ball up well and his link up play was excellent. Another highlight was Harry’s workrate and desire to press from the front.
Tom Wellings - Under 12 Coach

10: Lacey Kelly (U10 Girls)
Lacey is a great team player who is skilful and creative up front. She scored 8 goals on Saturday against Northrop Hall.
Lauren Davies - Airbus Girls

11: George Woods (U15)
Another appearance in the team of the week for the U15 midfielder, who again came off the bench to make an impact. George gave the team solidity in midfield after his introduction.
James Roberts - Under 15 Coach

12: Darcie Ridge (U12 Girls)
Darcie, in only her second game for the wingmakers, was solid at centre back against Northrop Hall. She made excellent decisions both in and out of possession under pressure.
Lauren Davies - Airbus Girls

13: Owen Stockdale (U10)
Tremendous midfield performance from Owen. He showed great desire to win the ball when pressing and driving the team forward with the ball at his feet.
Jack Seery / Rhys Hewitt - Under 10 Coaches

14: Chandon Gioacchini (U18)
Chandon worked hard in a poor performance by the team. He never gave up and and created the equaliser for the U18 in their draw at Borras Park.
Rick Chapman / Nathan Nicholls - Under 18 Coaches

15: Jonathan Simpson (U13)

Jonathan was the defensive rock, around which the U13 built their defence in sunday’s win over TNS. His ability to read danger and sweep it up was evident. 
Tom Adams / Ryan Edwards - Under 13 Coaches

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