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Monday, 27 April 2015 12:08

Issue 181: May 2015

WF 181

Contents include

  • picture special from Israel v Wales (in association with JFP Images)
  • spotlight on Llanfairfechan Town
  • Abergavenny Town - Gwent champions
  • Part 2 of our 1914-15 season feature
  • Looking back 25 years to 1989-90 (Barry, Sully, Ragged School)
  • The original "Welsh Footballer" publication 
  • Jeff Jones visits Chepstow Town
  • Reflections on the Welsh League play-offs 1992-2015
  • All the usual columns, news and stats from all Welsh competitions 

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Published 27th April 2015

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Saturday, 04 April 2015 20:12

Abergavenny clinch Gwent County title

SATURDAY 4th APRIL: Pontymister Recreation Ground - mild, sunny, chilly breeze.
AC PONTYMISTER 2 ABERGAVENNY TOWN 6 (Gwent County League Division One)
We've reached that point in the season when you look for a game with something on it - cup ties, promotion or relegation deciders, they're all fine. On this Easter Saturday, there's no real shortage of such games, but the one I want to see involves Abergavenny Town, still unbeaten in the league and needing a win to clinch the Gwent County League title mathematically. The bonus is that they're away to AC Pontymister, easy to reach, with the guarantee of a quality programme, and, as it happens, a ground on which I've not previously watched a match.

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Sunday, 01 February 2015 11:37

ABERGAVENNY TOWN MARCH ON IN TROPHY

SATURDAY 31st JANUARY: Pen-y-Pound Stadium: sunny but very cold.
ABERGAVENNY TOWN 4 SPORTING MARVELS 0 (FAW Trophy Round 5)
Although I had planned to go north again this week for my FAW Trophy action, the wintry weather has been worse up there and I have to play safe and watch one of the south Wales ties: of the three options, Abergavenny is the least exposed to the fierce northerly wind, and so a first visit to Abergavenny Town in their new home of Penypound Stadium (which I visited nearly six months ago when the venue's other tenants, Monmouth Town, moved in).

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Monday, 08 September 2014 18:51

Issue 176 (Sept/Oct 2014)

WF 176 upload

Contents include:

Full lavishly illustrated report on Welsh Alliance Groundhop - six pages in total.

A Tale of 2 Towns:  Feature on Abergavenny and Monmouth

Club feature:  Canton Rangers

Looking back - reflecting on the start of the 1989-90 season, 25 years ago. Newport AFC founded, Merthyr in the Conference and Swansea in Europe.

Liverpool in Wales - second instalment of Phil Brough's look at Liverpool's visits through the programmes issued.

Welsh Footballers and the Victoria Cross (part 2). Ian Garland profiles George Prowse of Gilfach Goch.

Statistics feature containing cup results & draws, league tables as at 7th September

News and round ups from all main competitions.

 

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