ANGLESEY LEAGUE side Bryngwran Bulls have progressed to this year's NWCFA Junior Cup final.

Richard Owen's side have reached the concluding stage of the competition thanks to a 3-2 win at Gwynedd League side Talysarn Celts.

A flat first twenty minutes saw both teams nervy but Bryngwran grew in confidence and began to pile on the pressure. Just three minutes later, they found the breakthrough when Matty Roberts got on the end of a Jerome Sillence assist.

On 37mins, it was 2-0 when Matty Reynolds' strike from the edge of the box found the bottom corner. However, celebrations were short-lived as Rhodri Jones pulled an immediate goal back for Talysarn.

In the second half, Bryngwran continued to work hard and were finally rewarded for their efforts nine minutes from time when top scorer Craig Moore chipped the ball over the keeper for 3-1.

Talysarn made it 3-2 in the dying seconds of the game through Thomas Usher but The Bulls held on to book a place in the final, where they will face another Gwynedd League side, Bro Goronwy, in Bethesda on May 11.

In the Anglesey League on Saturday, Caergybi secured at least a second place finish with an emphatic 5-1 win over Arriva, whose title hopes were officially ended thanks to the defeat.

Goals from George Hibbert, Ian Williams, Marcus Bell, Glenn North and top scorer James Ryan saw Dale Moffat's side cruise to victory.