The home side started with intent and forced the opening chance in the first minute but somehow with an open goal Sion Hogan shot hit the post to see his shot deflected wide. The home side were defending against a strong wind but were rarely troubled throughout the game and took the lead on 14 minutes when Nathan Williams headed home a Corrig McGonigle corner. This soon became 2 on 16 minutes when Sion Hogan played in Corrig McGonigle to cross the ball for Dean Seager to score. The 3rd goal arrived on 19 minutes when the outstanding Sion Hogan crossed for Corrig McGonigle to score his first goal of the game. Borough were playing some superb football and the fourth goal arrived on 24 minutes again through Dean Seager. Conwy where forced into a change late in the half with Seager withdrawn with a knock but right on the stroke of half time Sion Hogan added a fifth goal.
The game continued in similar fashion after half time and on 52 minutes Corrig added his second goal and the sixth for Borough when he flicked the ball over the Treaeddur defender and hit a volley which hit the underside of the bar and bounced over the line. Corrig completed his hattrick on 68 minutes to make it 7. On 75 minutes Borough scored the goal of the game when some after excellent passing Tommy Creamer rounded Jack Roberts in the Bay goal and fired home the eigth goal of the evening. On 81 minutes Corrig scored his fourth of the night and 41st of the season as Borough scored their ninth. On 88 minutes again good move saw Sion Hogan fire in from 20 yards for the tenth goal of the ni before right on 90 minutes Gethin Maxwell fired home to cap of a brilliant evening for the Tangerines and another 3 points.
After the game, manager Gareth Thomas was delighted with the performance: "We were superb for the 90 minutes. I have said lately to the boys we haven’t been clinical in games but tonight we scored some great individual goals but better than that 4 of the goals came from really good passages of play where we knocked the ball around and opened them up. Its another 3 points and another game ticked off. We stayed composed and didn’t get involved the only down side was the injury to Dean Seager which is likely to keep him out for a few weeks. We know turn our attentions to a tough away trip to Pwhelli at the weekend but can go there in confident mood"
FT - Conwy Borough FC 11 v Trearrdur Bay United FC 0.
Updated 14:16 - 2 Feb 2018 by Conwy Admin