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Sunday, 18 August 2019 15:26

Results 16-18 August

RESULTS 16-18 AUGUST
JD CYMRU PREMIER
Aberystwyth Town - Carmarthen Town 3-2
Airbus UK - Bala Town 1-2
Newtown - Cefn Druids 0-0
Penybont - Barry Town United 1-2
Connah's Quay Nomads - Cardiff Met 1-1
The New Saints - Caernarfon Town 1-0

 

JD CYMRU NORTH
Bangor City - Colwyn Bay P-P
Prestatyn Town - Guilsfield 1-0
Flint Town U - Rhyl 1-2
Llandudno - Corwen 3-1
Llanfair Utd - Ruthin Town 1-1
Llangefni Town - Gresford Ath 2-0
Llanrhaeadr - Penrhyncoch 1-2
Porthmadog - Conwy Boro 0-2

 

JD CYMRU SOUTH
Goytre Utd - Briton Ferry Llansawel 2-1
Llanelli Town - Pontypridd Town 1-1
Afan Lido - Undy Athletic 0-1
Cambrian & C. - Llantwit Major 2-1
Cwmbran Celtic - Swansea Uni. 1-1
Haverfordwest Co. - Caerau Ely 5-0
STM Sports - Cwmamman U. 3-1
Taffs Well - Ammanford 3-1

 

FAW AMATEUR TROPHY - ROUND 1
Bangor 1876 - CPD Sychdyn 5-1
Bro Goronwy - Chirk Town 3-4
Caerwys - Nefyn United 2-3
Llangoed and District - Acton 1-4
Pentraeth - Waunfawr 1-2
Aberfan Social - Clwb Cymric P-P
AC Pontymister - Pentwynmawr Athletic 2-0
Bryn Rovers - Port Tennant Colts P-P
Caerphilly Athletic - Abercarn United 3-4
Canton Liberal - Gilwern and District 5-0
Cardiff Cosmopolitan - Newport Saints 1-5
CRC Olympic - West End Rangers 4-8
Cwmcarn Athletic - Malpas 5-3
Gorseinon Athletic - Bonymaen Colts 6-3
Lucas Cwmbran - AFC Whitchurch 2-2 (5-4 pens)
Morriston Town - Rockspur 3-2
Pencoed Athletic BGC - Vale United 5-1
Pontnewydd United - Aberystwyth Exiles 4-6
Quar Park Rangers - Trebanog 0-5
Tata Steel United - Cwmbach Royal Stars 5-1
Ynysddu Welfare - Lliswerry 2-1
Ynysmeudwy Ath - Cefn Cribwr 1-8
Ynystawe Athletic - Seven Sisters 7-5

 

NATHANIEL CARS WELSH LEAGUE DIV 1
AFC Llwydcoed - Risca Utd 1-2
Bridgend Street - Ton Pentre 2-2
Caldicot Town - Pontardawe Town 2-1
Dinas Powys - Penydarren BGC 0-4
Goytre - Trefelin BGC 2-2
Port Talbot Town - Aberbargoed Buds 1-0

DIV 2
Aberdare - Panteg P-P
Newport C - Albion Rovers 6-1
Penrhiwceiber R - AFC Porth 4-1
Tredegar - Treharris P-P
Trethomas Bluebirds - Chepstow 4-1
West End - Treowen Stars 4-1
Ynyshir Alb - Abertillery Bluebirds 1-1
Ynysygerwn - Pontyclun 0-0

 

MMP MID WALES LEAGUE DIV 1
Berriew - Llandrindod Wells 2-3
Bow Street - Llansantffraid 3-0
Builth Wells - Llanidloes Town 0-0
Caersws - Aberaeron 9-1
Four Crosses - Carno 2-2
Hay St Mary's - Welshpool 1-1
Kerry - Montgomery 1-1

DIV 2
Dyffryn Banw - Borth Utd 1-1
Abermule - Presteigne 5-3
Forden Utd - Machynlleth 0-4
Knighton Town - Dolgellau 0-4
Penparcau - Newbridge 2-0
Rhayader Town - Churchstoke 6-0

 

LOCK STOCK WELSH ALLIANCE - DIV !
Blaenau Am - Mynydd Llandegai 2-1
Denbigh Town - Llanrug Utd 3-2
Glan Conwy - Bodedern Ath 2-1
Llanberis - Prestatyn Sports 2-0
Llandudno Alb - St Asaph C. 4-3
Nantlle Vale - Greenfield 1-0
Penrhyndeudraeth - Llanrwst Utd 1-4

DIV 2
Gaerwen - Kinmel Bay 3-1
Holyhead Town - Mochdre 1-2
Llandudno Jct - Barmouth 0-0
Llannefydd - Aberffraw 5-3
Penmaenmawr P - Llandudno Am. 0-0
Pwllheli - Gwalchmai 1-1
Y Felinheli - Amlwch T. 3-1

 

WNL WREXHAM AREA - PREM
Brickfield Rangers - Saltney Town 1-6
Brymbo - Cefn Albion 4-6
Penycae - Rhos Aelwyd 3-1
Plas Madoc - Llanuwchllyn 3-2
Rhostyllen - Chirk AAA 2-1
Rhydymwyn - Queens Park 2-4

DIV 1
Coedpoeth United - New Brighton Villa 0-3
Halkyn & Flint Mountain - Lex XI 1-3
Johnstown YFC - Cefn Mawr Rangers 1-3
Mynydd Isa Spartans - Llangollen Town 1-2
Overton - Hawarden Rangers 3-9

 

NORTH EAST WALES LEAGUE
Bradley Park - Penyffordd Lions 1-6
Borras Pk Alb - Mold Town Utd 2-3
Brymbo Vic. - Bellevue 15-1

 

HIGHADMIT PROJECTS SOUTH WALES ALLIANCE - PREM
Caerau - Merthyr Saints P-P
Cardiff Draconians - Ely Rangers 6-2
Garw SBGC - Blaenrhondda 2-2
Grange Albion - Porthcawl Town 1-3

DIV 1
AFC Butetown - AFC Penrhiwceiber 5-2
Cornelly United - Cogan Coronation 1-2
Penrhiwfer - Cardiff Airport 2-1
Ton & Gelli BC - Cardiff Corinthians 4-5
Tonyrefail BGC - Llanrumney United 1-1
Treforest - Aber Valley 1-2 2 (Adults)

DIV 2
Llangeinor - AFC Wattstown 2-2
Maesteg Park - Graig 4-0
St Albans - Llantwit Fardre 2-2
St Josephs - Llangynwyd Rangers BGC 3-1

 

GWYNEDD LEAGUE
Glantraeth - Llanystumdwy 3-3
Talysarn Celts - Bethesda Ath 5-4
Treaddur Bay Bulls - Menai Bridge Tigers 1-0

Published in Results
Saturday, 10 August 2019 18:18

Results 9-10 August

RESULTS 09-10 AUGUST
NATHANIEL MG CUP - ROUND 2
Bala Town - Gresford Athletic 7-0
Cefn Druids - Prestatyn Town 1-2
Penybont - Goytre Utd 4-1
Airbus - Llanfair Utd 4-0
Corwen - Caernarfon Town 0-2
Flint Town Utd - Porthmadog 5-1
Guilsfield - Llandudno 1-0
Rhyl - Connahs Quay Nomads 0-2
Briton Ferry Llansawel - Llanelli Town 1-1, 4-1 pens
Cambrian & Clydach - Aberystwyth Town 3-4
Carmarthen Town - Cwmamjman Utd 4-1
Haverfordwest County - Barry Town Utd 1-1, 5-4 pens
Llantwit Major - Cardiff Met 1-2
Newtown - Ammanford 2-0
STM Sports - Cwmbran Celtic 4-0

 

NATHANIEL CARS WELSH LEAGUE - Div 1
Aberbargoed Buds - Dinas Powys 3-2
Abergavenny Town - AFC Llwydcoed 2-3
Croesyceiliog - Pontardawe Town 2-0
Garden Village - Risca Utd 1-2
Penydarren BGC - Bridgend Street 2-3
Port Talbot Town - Monmouth Town 3-0
Ton Pentre - Goytre 1-3
Trefelin BGC - Caldicot Town 4-3

Div 2
Trethomas - AFC Porth 8-0
Abertillery Bluebirds - Penrhiwceiber R. 0-2
Albion Rovers - Treharris Ath 0-1
Chepstow T. - Ynysygerwn 2-6
Newport City - Ynyshir Albions 1-1
Pontyclun - Aberdare Town 13-0
Treowen Stars - Tredegar Town P-P (waterlogged)
West End - Panteg 5-0

 

LOCK STOCK WELSH ALLIANCE - Div 1
Blaenau Am v Llandyrnog Utd P-P by FAW
Denbigh Town - Mynydd Llandegai 4-1
Greenfield - Bodedern Ath 3-1
Llanberis - Glan Conwy 2-1
Llandudno Alb - Penrhyndeudraeth 4-1
Nantlle Vale - St Asaph C. 1-1
Prestatyn Sports - Holyhead H. 2-9

Div 2
Llandudno Am - Gwalchmai 0-1
Amlwch - Kinmel Bay 4-1
Gaerwen - Y Felinheli 6-0
Llandudno Jct - Pentraeth 2-2
Llannefydd - Barmouth 6-0
Penmaenmawr - Holyhead Town 1-2
Pwllheli - Aberffraw 3-1

 

WNL WREXHAM -Prem
Chirk - Penycae 0-1
Mold Alex - Llay Welfare 2-1
Brickfield R - Cefn Albion A-A (injury)
Castell AC - Brymbo 1-7
Llanuwchllyn - Rhos Aelwyd 1-2
Queens Park - Plas Madoc 5-0
Saltney T. - Rhostyllen 1-3

 

MMP MID WALES - Div 1
Montgomery - LLanidloes 0-4
Radnor Valley - Llandrindod Wells 0-2
Bow St - Caersws 2-1
Builth Wells - Berriew 3-2
Carno - Welshpool 3-4
Kerry - Aberaeron 4-2
Llansantffraid - Hay St Mary's 1-7
Tywyn Bryncrug - Four Crosses 1-2

Div 2
Abermule - Forden Utd 1-5
Borth Utd - Knighton Town 6-1
Dolgellau - Penparcau A-A
D, Banw - Churchstoke 1-0
Machynlleth - Rhayader Town 3-3
Waterloo Rovers - Newbridge 2-1

 

HIGHADMIT SOUTH WALES ALLIANCE - PREM
Baglan Dragons - Blaenrhondda P-P
Ely Rangers - Canton Liberal 3-6
FC Cwmaman - Caerphilly Athletic 4-1
Merthyr Saints - Cefn Cribwr BC P-P
Pencoed Athletic - Grange Albion 4-1
Porthcawl Town - Caerau 3-1
Sully Sports - Cardiff Draconians 0-4
Trebanog - Garw SBGC 2-0

DIV 1
AFC Butetown - Penrhiwfer P-P
Cardiff Airport - Cwm Welfare 0-1
Clwb Cymric - Tonyrefail BGC 1-4
Cogan Coronation - Treforest 2-1
Cornelly United - Cardiff Corinthians 2-7
Llanrumney United - AFC Penrhiwceiber 3-0

DIV 2
AFC Wattstown - Cardiff Cosmopolitan 1-3
St Albans - Vale United 1-0
St Josephs - Canton Rangers 0-2
Tata Steel United - Graig 8-2

 

NORTH EAST WALES LEAGUE
Bellevue - Chirk Town 0-14
Caerwys - Penyffordd 2-1
Mold Town U - Brymbo Vic 5-5
Sychdyn - Acton 4-3

 

GWYNEDD LEAGUE
Bro Goronwy - Llanystumdwy 5-0
Glantrath - Trarddur Bay Bulls ?-?
Llangoed - Caergybi 2-2
Menai Bridge Tigers - Waunfawr 5-1
Nefyn Utd - Bethesda Ath 3-0
Ogwen Tigers - Bangor 1876 1-4

Published in Results
Sunday, 01 October 2017 20:18

BRICKING IT

SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER. Clwyedog Park, showery.
BRICKFIELD RANGERS 6 LEX GLYNDWR 2 (WNL Wrexham Area Premier Division Cup)


I'm motivated to get in a longer trip this week, thinking that it will soon become harder when bad weather and postponements start to kick in. After researching a few really long and tricky options, I opt out of a 6am start and settle for 'just' the eight hour round trip to Wrexham, ticking off a rather overdue visit to Brickfield Rangers.

It's a familiar and relatively straightforward journey up through the marches, and it could be a pleasant one too, if only Arriva Trains Wales would provide enough capacity on their busiest services. This one, bound to be busy with Chester racegoers added to the usual Saturday mid-morning peak, is served by a two carriage unit. Predictably, after Hereford, it becomes overcrowded and noisy. It's a relief to step off onto the platform at Wrexham (after battling my way off the train).

After pottering around Wrexham, dodging showers and choirs (there's a street singing festival on) I head a mile or so out of town in search of today's venue. A couple of years ago Brickfield moved from their old base at Court Road playing fields to a new home at Clwyedog Park. The move was barely a mile, but a huge step in terms of the potential. My one and only visit to Court Road left me shocked that such a venue hosted football at step 3 of the pyramid, but Clwyedog Park is already way superior, even though the club regard it as still a work in progress. Cover at both ends will be supplemented with a further seated stand along one side, enabling the ground to meet FAW criteria for the Huws Gray Alliance, the next level up.

Published in Football
Friday, 04 August 2017 08:37

Competitive?

TUESDAY 1st AUGUST - The Gwyn, Lilac Way - sunny and mild
MAESGWYN 19 MARCHWIEL VILLA 1 (N.E. Wales Challenge Cup, Preliminary Round)
After the all-too-brief flurry of European games in June and July, I don't usually watch much football until mid-August. I just don't do friendlies, and in any case it's nice to have a break until the real stuff starts.

However, the North East Wales FA have come up with some unusually early competitive games in their main Challenge Cup competition, scheduling two rounds in the first week of August, and this is too good an opportunity to miss. With a choice of games at clubs I haven't previously visited (and some I have), there's one obvious one for me: Maesgwyn, who struggled badly last year in the Wrexham Area League, entertaining newly re-formed Marchwiel Villa. The added bonus is that Maesgwyn seem to have moved onto a different ground this season, back in their own community - and it's only five minutes walk from Wrexham General station - conveniently saving me the need to worry about missing the train home (unless there's extra time and penalties, of course....)

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