THERE'S a final fling in store for Genod Henllan U16s.

The talented youngsters reached the final of the North Wales Girls' League Cup with a 2-1 win over Caernarfon Town.

It was a tight and tense semi-final throughout, with Henllan starting well by creating a few chances in the first quarter-of-an-hour.

Henllan's bright start told when the deadlock was broken after 23 minutes.

Mali Roberts grabbed that key stroke with a brilliant shot.

Roberts, who is a left-footed winger, has now scored 48 goals in the last two seasons. Caernarfon battled back and they managed to score an equaliser in the 50th minute when the dangerous Angharad Wyn-Jones netted from close range.

From that moment on, it was Henllan who piled on the pressure, with the Canaries always looking threatening on the break.

With the tie looking like it was heading into extra time, the villagers got the crucial winner with just two minutes to go.

Good work by Beth Roberts on the right saw her find Alisha Whitehead-Hughes, whose shot found the bottom corner.

Alisha is now just three shy of a fantastic 50 goals for the season, after being the top goalscorer in the league and in the Welsh Cup.

Looking to complete a phenomenal season, Genod Henllan will take on Dreigiau Llanfairpwll in the final.

This will be at The Oval, Caernarfon on May 13.