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A young Conwy Borough side, containing five teenagers, signed off their season with a 3-0 defeat at Porthmadog.
Conwy Borough ended the Huws Gray Alliance home campaign in disappointing fashion with a 4-1 defeat to high flyers, Caernarfon Town.
Conwy Borough held off a spirited second half fightback from in-form Llanidloes Town on Saturday to claim a memorable 5-3 home win.
Conwy Borough defeated Flint Town United 1-0 at Y Morfa on Saturday courtesy of a second half Leigh Craven strike.
Conwy Borough turned around a 2-0 half-time deficit to come back to win 3-2 with a last minute Andy Brown winner which secured a valuable three points
Three goals in six second half minutes help condemn the Tangerines to a 4-0 derby defeat at Llandudno on Tuesday night.
Conwy Borough were knocked out of the fourth Round the Welsh Cup on Saturday away to Bangor City by a 3-0 score-line with Les Davies scoring twice.
A second half equaliser courtesy of a Jack Graham free-kick ensured the Tangerines had a share of the points at a wet and windy Denbigh Town on Friday
Two goals for defender Andy Brown and a goal apiece for Phil Doran, Leigh Craven and youngster Callum Parry secured a valuable three points for Conwy.
Conwy Borough travelled to Penycae looking for all 3 points as on paper this was a crucial ‘6 pointer’ for both teams.
Conwy Borough produced a committed display against a dangerous Porthmadog side on Saturday at Y Morfa to gain a hard earned point.
Conwy Borough went into the game looking to bounce back after Aden Shannon’s first defeat as manager, last weekend at Y Morfa against Mold Alex.
Conwy Borough suffered their first defeat in seven games on Saturday at the hands of Mold Alexandra at Y Morfa
A last minute winner from substitute Leon Williams on his home debut secured Conwy Borough a 1-0 win over Llandrindod Wells on Saturday.
Conwy Borough were held to a 0-0 draw at the Globe in a game that the Tangerines had chances to win.
Conwy Borough staged a superb second half Welsh Cup fightback coming from 3-1 down at half time to win 4-3 against Briton Ferry Llansawel at Y Morfa.
Conwy Borough belied their league position to pull off a stunning 2-1 win against title challengers Caernarfon at the Oval.
Conwy Borough came away from a resurgent Llanidloes with a well-deserved win to secure their second win in a row and a first league win for 7 matches.
Conwy Borough took full advantage against 10 man Denbigh to win 5-0 at Y Morfa on Saturday and go through to the third round of the Welsh Cup.
Conwy Borough slumped to their second defeat in four days as Caersws came away from Y Morfa with all three points.
Conwy Borough twice took the lead but couldn’t hold on as they went down to a 3-2 defeat at a wet Cae Y Castell.
Conwy Borough came from behind to earn a point at Rhayader but two late sendings off cost the opportunity to try and take all three points.
The Tangerines were made to pay for the first half dismissal of Phil Doran to let slip a 2-0 half time lead to eventually lose 3-2 to Llandudno.
Two second half goals from Conwy captain Gareth Sudlow secured his side a 2-0 win at Holyhead in the Welsh Cup.
Conwy Borough were dumped out of the Huws Gray League Cup after an abject second half display at Y Morfa this evening which resulted in a 3-1 defeat.
Denbigh Town came away from the Y Morfa with all 3 points as a late Andrew Swarbrick goal secured a 1-0 win for the visitors.
Conwy Borough routed lowly Rhydymwyn 7-0 on Saturday with striker Simon Everall hitting four goals in the first half.
Conwy Borough were defeated 2-1 at home by Penycae, who secured all three points with an 88th minute winner from Aaron Simpson.
Conwy Borough scored three goals for the third successive game to secure a comfortable win at Huws Gray Alliance newcomers, Mold Alexandra.
Conwy Borough recorded their first home win of the season, beating 10 man Holyhead Hotspur 3-0
Conwy Borough bounced back from an opening day defeat, to beat newly promoted Llandrindod Wells at the Broadway
A lacklustre Conwy Borough suffered a 3-0 defeat at home to Buckley Town, in the opening game of the league season
Conwy Borough suffered a 4-2 defeat away at Welsh Premier League side Prestatyn Town in the Word Cup
Conwy Borough were taught a harsh lesson by an impressive Witton Albion, suffering an 8-1 defeat against the English outfit
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