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Tuesday, 22 January 2019 13:43

Issue 211 (Feb/March 2019)

WF 211 cover reduced

Issue 211 will be published on 29th January. 

In this issue you will find:

Usual comprehensive round-ups from all domestic competitions in Wales. 

Club features:  Knighton Town and Plas Madoc

History features: Looking back 25 years (1993-4) and 50 years (1968-69)

Special and exclusive history feature - Cardiff's very first football honour discovered

A look at new formats in the UEFA Europa League and Nathaniel MG Cup

8 page stats supplement, containing full JD Welsh Premier Phase 1 and 2 information, comprehensive set of league tables and cup data. 


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Sunday, 13 January 2019 13:43

You Can't Beat a Proper Cup Tie

SATURDAY 12th JANUARY. The Muga, mild.
PLAS MADOC 3 BERRIEW 2 (FAW Trophy Round 5)

For the second week in a row my Saturday morning and evening will be spent travelling up and down the so familiar English border line on Transport for Wales trains. The weather's been unusually peaceful for January and neither trip was threatened by postponement. All good, although last week's outing was a bit of a drag, to be honest: a dull routine league game between two rusty sides, on a dull day in a rather dull place. I didn't write it up as a blog - there just wasn't much to say and I didn't want to waste time re-living it.

But I have higher hopes of today's excursion. For a start, it's the FAW Trophy, and knock-out football tends to produce more drama. Secondly, it's an inter-region game, North East v Central Wales, between teams that haven't met before. Thirdly, the home team, Plas Madoc, are a bit of a sensation - after winning the North East Wales League in only the first season, they're unbeaten so far in the league (Wrexham Area Division One). I'm looking forward to watching them.

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