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Results 12-13 April

Results 12-13 April
JD WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
Aberystwyth Town - Cefn Druids 0-0
Bala Town - Connah's Quay Nomads 1-4
Caernarfon Town - Newtown 4-1
Llandudno - Cardiff Met 1-2
Carmarthen Town - Llanelli Town 3-1
Barry Town Utd - The New Saints  0-4

 (TNS are champions)

FAW TROPHY - FINAL
Cefn Albion - Pontardawe Town 4-0

 

HUWS GRAY ALLIANCE
Rhyl - Conwy Borough 0-5
Bangor City - Flint Town United  2-1
Denbigh Town - Llanrhaeadr YM 3-1
Holyhead Hotspur - Ruthin Town 1-2
Penrhyncoch - Holywell Town 3-3
Porthmadog - Guilsfield 0-2

 

NATHANIEL CARS WELSH LEAGUE - DIV 1
Ammanford - Llantwit Major 2-0
Cwmamman United - Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-1
Cwmbran Celtic -Goytre United 4-0
Haverfordwest County -Port Talbot Town 0-0
Taffs Well - Pontypridd Town 0-2
Ton Pentre - Afan Lido 4-5
Undy Athletic - Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC 2-0

DIV 2
Aberbargoed Buds - Swansea University 1-4
Abergavenny Town - Croesyceiliog 1-0
AFC Llwydcoed - Caerau (Ely) 3-4
Dinas Powys - Garden Village 2-2

DIV 3
Albion Rovers - Pontyclun 0-1
Caerau - Treharris Athletic Western 1-4
Chepstow Town - Panteg 0-0
Ely Rangers - Tredegar Town 5-0
Penrhiwceiber Rangers - AFC Porth 5-1
Penydarren BGC - Trethomas Bluebirds 2-0
Ynysygerwn - Treowen Stars 8-1

 

LOCK STOCK WELSH ALLIANCE - DIV 1
Barmouth Dyffryn - Bodedern Ath 0-2
Llangefni Town - Llandudno Albion 1-0
Llanrwst Utd - Llanrug Utd 1-1
Mynydd Llandegai - Prestatyn Sports 4-2
St Asaph City - Nantlle Vale 2-1

DIV 2
Amlwch Town - Holyhead Town 2-2
Glan Conwy - Meliden 9-0
Llannefydd - Llannerchymedd 4-1
Penmaenmawr Phoenix - Pwllheli 2-1
Pentraeth - Gaerwen 1-5
Y Felinheli - Blaenau Amateurs 2-5

 

WNL (WREXHAM) Premier
Brickfield Rangers - FC Nomads 1-4
Brymbo - Penycae 2-0
Chirk AAA - Mold Alexandra 3-3
Llanuwchllyn - Saltney Town 1-4
Queens Park - Corwen 2-0
Rhos Aelwyd - Rhostyllen 2-0

Division One
Johnstown YFC - Coedpoeth 0-4
Rhydymwyn - Cefn Mawr Rangers 2-0

 

MMP MID WALES LEAGUE - DIV 1
Bow Street - Berriew 0-1
Builth Wells - Welshpool 3-1
Llandrindod Wells - Caersws 0-1
Radnor Valley - Aberaeron 0-1

DIV 2
Abermule - Dolgellau 4-2
Four Crosses - Newbridge-on-Wye 3-2
Machynlleth - Rhayader 1-1

 

HIGHADMIT SOUTH WALES ALLIANCE - PREM
Baglan Dragons - Grange Albion 2-1
Brecon Corries - Cefn Cribwr BC 1-2
Caerphilly Athletic - Canton Liberal 2-4
Garw SBGC - Cwm Welfare P-P
Pontlottyn AFC - Cardiff Draconians 1-4
Sully Sports - Merthyr Saints 5-0
Ynyshir Albions - Pencoed Athletic 0-0

DIV 1
AFC Whitchurch - Penrhiwfer 4-0
Cardiff Airport - Cardiff Corinthians 2-2
Clwb Cymric - Blaenrhondda 0-1
Llangynwyd Rangers BGC - Porthcawl Town 0-4
Tonyrefail BGC - Penrhiwceiber Con Athletic 0-3
Treforest - Aber Valley 0-1

DIV 2
Aberfan Social - Llanrumney United 1-1
Cardiff Cosmopolitan - Vale United 0-2
Carnetown - Llangeinor 1-6
Graig -Cwmbach Royal Stars SC 2-2
Llantwit Fardre - Tynte Rovers 2-0
St Albans - AFC Wattstown 3-2
STM Sports Old Boys - Cogan Coronation 2-3

 

SWFA INTERMEDIATE CUP SEMI-FINALS
Holton Road - Royal Oak 3-2
Tynewydd - New Inn 3-1

 

NORTH EAST WALES LEAGUE
Brymbo Vic - CQN U-18 1-6
Caerwys - Borras Park Albion 0-0
Flint Mountain - Mold Town United 1-1
Penyffordd Lions - Acton 2-6

Published in Results
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.

Published in Football
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 15:45

Admirable

TUESDAY 15th AUGUST Bellevue Park, a warm and sunny evening
BELLEVUE 0 BRADLEY PARK 5 (North East Wales League)

Armed with a rail rover ticket for the week, I can't resist another long distance midweek trip. Wrexham has always been the general destination tonight, and tonight's home team have caught my interest enough to persuade me to watch them instead of Brickfield, playing on their temporary ground at New Broughton. The added bonus is the ease of getting to Bellevue Park, a little over five minutes walk from Wrexham General station. As I leave the station around 5pm, there are a few early arrivals for the Wrexham v Gateshead game at the Racecourse, no doubt heading off for a pre-match drink or two.

An hour later, over in Bellevue Park, the scene is a summer evening idyll, residents enjoying their attractive green space in the centre of town. Over in the eastern corner of the park, the teams are already warming up on the single roped off football pitch. It's a nice setting with a huge grass bank on one side, and large trees all around, with distant views of town landmarks.

What attracted me to this game most was the story behind the home club, who are newly founded this year. Aside from being a football club, affiliated to the North East Wales League and the NEWFA, you could call them a 'project'; or an 'initiative; they also refer to themselves as a family. They've grown out of informal kickabouts on this park between locals and the town's large migrant population - workers, students and refugees from Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Published in Football

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