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Sunday, 13 December 2015 10:30

Llandudno on course for Europe?

SATURDAY 12th DECEMBER: Richmond Park, dark, wet and windy.
CARMARTHEN TOWN 2 MBi LLANDUDNO 4 (Dafabet Welsh Premier League)
As the deluge has continued to soak the grass pitches of Wales for another week, and as rain is forecast in many places again today, once again the challenge is to dodge postponements and find a game that's on and that I want to see. As Carmarthen staged a game last week, I decide to take a chance on a grass pitch rather than the limited 3G options today - chiefly because I'm keen to see Llandudno play, the north coast side lying second only to TNS in the Welsh Premier in their debut season.

As I head west on the train, hopes that the morning rain would clear up begin to fade: the usual scenic views out across Gower and the Teifi estuary are grey and bleak, and when I arrive in Carmarthen the wind and rain make even the short walk into town an ordeal. But still no tweets of doubt on today's game....

Published in Football
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
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Published 27th April 2015

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