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Sunday, 02 November 2014 08:44


SATURDAY 1st NOVEMBER - Richmond Park, wet and windy
CARMARTHEN TOWN 0 BANGOR CITY 2 (Corbett Sports welsh Premier League)
A late change of plan sees me heading west to see if the Premier League's bottom side, Bangor City, can turn the corner with a first win of the season. An interesting fixture, but I hadn't planned to travel far, and had lined up a new venue in the Gwent Amateur Cup, until 10.45 when I discovered that Trethomas Bluebirds haven't actually moved to a new ground-share, as I'd been advised. Plan abandoned - and Carmarthen presents itself as Plan B.

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Friday, 24 October 2014 17:57

Issue 177

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Published 23rd October 2014

Contents include:

Football in Caerphilly - updated history and focus on DYNAMO ABER


Looking Back - 1989-90 season

Liverpool in Wales - the Reds' past visits to Bangor City, Connahs Quay Nomads and Caernarfon Town

Welsh Football and the Victoria Cross - the story of Fred Birks


News, statistics, photos etc from all the mainb Welsh competitions. 


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Friday, 15 August 2014 06:21

ISSUE 175 (August 2014)

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Welsh Football Issue 175 - published 14th August 2014

Contents include:

UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Regions Cup reports

2014-15 previews and fixtures for Welsh competitions

Spotlight on Llandrindod Wells

Stats feature - best & worst records in Wales 2013-14

Footballers from Wales and the Victoria Cross - part 1

Merthyr Football League centenary

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Saturday, 22 February 2014 21:46


SATURDAY 22ND FEBRUARY - The Marstons Stadium: dry, sunny, cold wind.
AFAN LIDO 0 PRESTATYN TOWN 2 (Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League)
It's a Saturday, but not as we know them. It's not raining, and there a only a few reports of waterlogged grounds, so for the first time in 2014 we can look at the fixture list with reasonable confidence that a chosen game will be on.

For me Port Talbot is the obvious place to be this week, as the borough's two Welsh Premier sides are both at home to northern visitors, with staggered kick-off times. In fact, there's a third game, just up the road, where Trefelin entertain Penrhyndeudraeth in the FAW Trophy, but attending that would mean not being able to attend the other two, so I'm going for the Welsh Premier option.

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