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Issue 213 (May 2019)

WF 213 cover

The May edition is available. It can be ordered direct from us or purchased at usual outlets.

In this issue:

The front cover features CARDIFF MET WFC, winners of the women's domestic treble. 

Full coverage of all Welsh competitions - regular columns on JD Welsh Premier, Welsh League, Huws Gray Alliance.

Regional round up (tier 3 & below)

Women's football pages (this month featuring Wales women's team and the FAW Women's Cup final)  

Programme reviews, national team page, action photos.

Club features on BRO GORONWY and FLINT MOUNTAIN 

History:  we look back 100 years to the Merthyr Hospital Cup of 1919; 50 years to May 1969; and 25 years to 1994, and Barry's remarkable Welsh Cup final win plus the highly controversial end to the second League of Wales season. 

Additional history features:  Martyn Evans features David W. Davies, a Wales international of the early 1900s and Gareth Davies pays tribute to an Anglesey legend, Tommy Welsh. 

 

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Sunday, 17 March 2019 15:22

No Stopping the Mountain

SATURDAY 9th MARCH. Northop Hall Pavilion - chilly wind.
FLINT MOUNTAIN 4 BRYMBO VICTORIA 1 (Mike Beech Memorial Cup semi-final)

A week of wet weather, and a forecast of much worse over the weekend, would normally keep me close to home and looking for fixtures on 3G. But I'm already committed to going north and joining the North West Counties League groundhop in Merseyside on Saturday night, so I've researched travel times for a few options, including the 3G at Airbus. In fact, by Friday morning, with rain pouring in Cardiff, I'm inclined to believe that's where I'll end up.

But my preferred plan was to visit a new ground, and to catch up with a club that is enjoying great success in north-east Wales football this season: Flint Mountain. My enquiries to the club about prospects for the match bring a confident response - the pitch is fine, no problems expected.

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