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David Collins

David Collins

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Wednesday, 02 October 2013 20:43

HARD LINES

SATURDAY 28TH September:  Willows High School – mild
BRIDGEND STREET  2  RAGGED SCHOOL  0  (FAW Trophy Round 2)


No shortage of interesting fixtures in the FAW Trophy this week and, needing to stay close to home, my first choice is Marshfield v Fairfield United – a new venue for me and an interesting Gwent Div 2 v Div 1 fixture. The morning rain in Cardiff belies the promising forecast but by the time I'm dropped off at Castleton it's turning warm and dry.  I make a leisurely stroll through the affluent village of Marshfield, with ample time before kick off. It's a pleasant village, on the marshy coastal plain between Cardiff and Newport, though technically part of the latter borough. It's been in the news, unusually, this week – arrests and disturbing discoveries of alleged imprisonment and slavery at a farm just over the railway line. But on this Saturday afternoon that seems so incongruous in such a peaceful spot.  

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