McGinness Steals the Show A solitary goal ‘albeit brilliant’ by Hotspur’s Mel McGinness turned out to be the difference against struggling Llanfair United . However although the mid Wales visitors were resolute opponents Campbell Harrison’s team could and should have been out of sight long before the end but with just a solitary goal in it there is always the chance of your opponents nicking a goal at the other end. The goal itself was vintage McGinness – a superb low cross from the left touchline near the corner flag by Gavin Sharpe saw the pocket dynamo launch himself despite being under pressure into a stooping low dive to head home just inside the far upright which in truth he had no right to get near, but this is predator Mel right back to his best covering every blade of grass on the pitch and so adapt at gobbling up unexpected trifles! Read the Full Story
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Spurs Spiked by Flint Holyhead Hotspur suffered their second defeat of the week at home to Flint Town United which followed on from the loss at midweek to Porthmadog. However there was not too much between the sides in a high tempo contest with third in the league Flint just about edging mid table Hotspur, emphasizing again what a highly competitive league the Huws Gray Alliance has become in  recent times with the playing standards proving likewise. The Silkmen raced out of the blocks and were two goals to the good after only sixteen minutes with the high pressing paying off via Adam Brown and Adam Eden. Campbell Harrison’s men are nothing if not resourceful and two goals in quick succession just before the break from Dewi Thomas and straight from a corner by Mel McGinness got things level. Despite the blustery conditions there was all to play for and both sides had opportunities but it was the Cae Castell visitors who regained and held the lead to the end on 69 minutes through Ritchie Foulkes whose speculative effort from 20 yards took a nasty deflection over the head of Paul Pritchard who got a hand to the ball but to no avail. The hosts had a case for a spot kick towards the end but it was not to be. The game was marred  by a nasty injury to Flint’s Chris Roberts on 25 minutes who was in severe pain from a dislocated shoulder and was taken to Bangor hospital. Read the Full Story
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Latest result

Saturday 18 February 2017
Cymru Alliance League
Holyhead Hotspur 1
Llanfair United 0

Next fixture

Saturday 25 February 2017
Cymru Alliance League
Caersws v Holyhead Hotspur
Kick-off: 14:30

Holyhead Hotspur Football Club

Holyhead Hotspur FC is one of the most progressive football clubs in Anglesey and North Wales.

The first team plays in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance League at the New Stadium, which was opened in a ceremony on 28 July 2007 with a friendly match played against a Wolves XI.

The New Stadium

The New Stadium is situated opposite Holyhead Leisure Centre.
There is an excellent clubhouse at the ground where you can enjoy pre- or post-match food, drink and refreshments.
For directions to the ground and a Google map please follow this link