Youth Report


Probably the biggest game in the Glamorgan calendar is a game at any level is a game against Gwent. Although we all had to put up with Johnathon Carr's Christmas jumper it was a great day of darts. Games started with the u18s and again it was Ben Sears going off first man. Unfortunately, Ben coming off second best 0-3 with an 18.97 average. U18s captain Liam Butler put us equal winning his game 3-0 with a man of the match performance with a 23.48 average. A sick Ethan Cawley having been off school all week  lost 1-3 with a 14.40 average. Ciaran price continued his growth in the game winning 3-0 with a 17.58 average. Ben Carr put us 3-2 in front winning his game 3-0 with a 20.31 average. Evan Wishart came up against probably the best youth player in Wales at present in Connor Hopkins. Evan losing for the first time this season 0-3 with a 18.26 average. Ioan Jones was last on and came up against another inform player Ieuan Halsall. Ioan losing 0-3with a 16.88 average. Ieuan taking out 157 in the third leg. The u18s losing 3-4. The girls got back to winning ways with Jordenn Daniels winning her first game for Glamorgan 3-1 with a 13.87 average. Shannon Jones got back to winning ways after breaking her toe with a lady of the match performance 3-0 win with a 14.31 average. Girls captain Ffion James kept her 100% record going winning 3-1 with 13.28 average. The girls winning 3-0. Gwent u21s haven't lost since they reconvened 2 years ago, so we knew we would be in for a battle. But it was a battle our lads were up for. First up was Sion Russell who was up against Gwent captain Jack Sargeant, Sion coming up short 0-3 with a respectable 20.59 average. Jak Phillips was next up and Jak dug in deeply to get over the line to win 3-1 with a 16.65 average. Bleddyn Lyons back from visiting Liverpool showed what we missed last game winning 3-2 with a 22.17 average. Dylan Everson then kept his winning run going winning 3-0 with a 17.28 and make the score 3-1. The final game of the day we all new could be a cracker and it turned out that way, Cavan Phillips v Kyle Macleod. Cavan coming out on top 3-2 with a man of the match performance with a 27.59 average. The u21s winning 4-1. The overall score was a Glamorgan win by 10-5. There were wins in average matches for Holly Pring 2-0 v Molly Owen. Abbie Fox lost 0-2 with a 13.79 average. Ethan Haymes losing 1-3 with a 17.44 and newcomer Scott James winning 3-1 with a 18.06 average.

Thanks to Jan and Rhian for feeding us all day, to all the bar staff at Thomastown club, to Paul Thompson for setting everything up for us. Thanks to Garin Roderick and Brian Morgan for refereeing duties and to Grandma Kay for door duties, Louisa Fox for selling the all parents and supporters Giovanna and myself would like to thank you for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you all next year, and to say how proud of you all we are. CYMRU AM BYTH

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