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Results 11-12 January 2019

JD WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
Bala Town - Caernarfon Town 1-3
Barry Town Utd - Aberystwyth Town 2-1
Carmarthen Town - Connah's Quay Nomads 3-2
Llandudno - Cardiff Met 0-3
Newtown - Cefn Druids 1-1
The New Saints - Llanelli Town 5-0

 

FAW TROPHY Round 5
Grange Albion - Penydarren BGC 1-4
Pontardawe Town - Swansea University 3-2
STM Sports - Ynyshir Albions 3-0
Bodedern - Four Crosses 2-1
Cefn Albion - Bow Street 3-0
Corwen - Pwllheli 6-1
Llanrug United - Llangefni Town 0-4
Plas Madoc - Berriew 3-2

 

HUWS GRAY ALLIANCE
Bangor City - Denbigh Town 5-0
Prestatyn Town - Holywell Town 1-0
Penrhyncoch - Rhyl 0-1
Gresford Athletic - Guilsfield 2-2
Ruthin Town - Airbus Broughton 1-2
Conwy Borough - Buckley Town 2-2
Llanrhaeadr YM - Holyhead Hotspur 1-1
Porthmadog - Flint Town United 2-2

 

NATHANIEL CARS WELSH LEAGUE Div 1
Goytre Utd - Briton Ferry Llansawel 3-2
Ammanford - Goytre 4-3
Cwmamman United - Taffs Well 2-3
Cwmbran Celtic - Llantwit Major 2-4
Haverfordwest County - Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC 2-2
Penybont - Afan Lido 3-3
Pontypridd Town - Port Talbot Town 1-1
Undy Athletic - Ton Pentre 2-3

Div 2
Garden Village - Risca United 2-3
Abergavenny Town - Caldicot Town 0-2
Bridgend Street - West End 4-2
Caerau (Ely) - Dinas Powys 3-0
Monmouth Town - AFC Llwydcoed 4-2

Div 3
Trethomas Bluebirds - Tredegar Town 2-2
Ynysygerwn - Ely Rangers 3-1
AFC Porth - Penrhiwceiber R. 0-4
Caerau - Panteg 2-3
Chepstow Town - Newport City 3-0
Treharris Athletic Western - Trefelin BGC 0-1
Treowen Stars - Pontyclun 1-3

 

LOCK STOCK WELSH ALLIANCE - DIV 1
Barmouth Dyffryn - Llanberis 1-2
Greenfield - St Asaph City 2-3
Llandudno Junction - Nantlle Vale 1-6
Llandyrnog Utd - Mynydd Llandegai 1-1
Llanrwst Utd - Llandudno Albion 0-2
Penrhyndeudraeth - Prestatyn Sports 3-3

DIV TWO
Blaenau Amt - Kinmel Bay 2-3
Gaerwen - Llannerchymedd 0-3
Holyhead Town - Amlwch Town 5-0
Llannefydd - Y Felinheli 4-2
Meliden - Pentraeth 0-0
Mochdre Sports - Aberffraw 1-7
Penmaenmawr Phoenix - Glan Conwy 0-5

 

MMP MID WALES LEAGUE DIV 1
Aberaeron - Kerry 4-4
Builth Wells - Caersws 0-0
Llandrindod Wells - Churchstoke 3-0
Llanidloes Town - Carno 3-1
Tywyn Bryncrug - Llanfair Utd 2-4
Welshpool - Llansantffraid 4-1

DIV TWO
Abermule - Newbridge-on-Wye 2-3
Borth Utd - Montgomery 1-5
Dolgellau - Machynlleth 5-1
Presteigne - Hay St Mary's 3-3
Rhayader - Waterloo Rovers 2-3

 

WNL WREXHAM - PREM
Brymbo - Brickfield Rangers 3-1
FC Nomads - Saltney Town 3-2
Hawarden Rangers - Rhos Aelwyd 1-6
Llanuwchllyn - Queens Park 3-2
Mold Alexandra - Chirk AAA 1-1
Rhostyllen - Penycae P-P (no referee)

DIV 1
Castell AC - Rhosllanerchrugog 1-0
Coedpoeth - Llangollen Town 4-2
Johnstown Y - Rhydymwyn    2-0
Offa Athletic - New Brighton Villa 2-1
Overton - Cefn Mawr Rangers 1-0

 

NORTH EAST WALES LEAGUE
Acton - Caerwys 2-1
Airbus UK Broughton Youth - Mold Town United 1-0
Bradley Park - Borras Park Albion 1-2
Brymbo Victoria - Bellevue FC 12-0
Connahs Quay Nomads U18 - Penyffordd Lions 0-5

 

HIGHADMIT SOUTH WALES ALLIANCE - PREM
Baglan Dragons - Merthyr Saints 8-1
Canton Liberal - Garw SBGC 3-2
Cefn Cribwr BC - Caerphilly Athletic 4-0
Cwm Welfare - Cardiff Draconians 0-17
Pencoed Athletic - Pontlottyn 7-0
Ton & Gelli BC - Brecon Corries 1-3
Trebanog - Sully Sports 2-3
DIV 1
AFC Whitchurch - Blaenrhondda 2-3
Cardiff Airport - AFC Butetown 5-3
Cornelly United - Clwb Cymric 3-2
Llangynwyd Rangers BGC - FC Cwmaman 1-3
Penrhiwfer - Penrhiwceiber Con Athletic 1-0
Porthcawl Town - Cardiff Corinthians 2-1
Tonyrefail BGC - Aber Valley 3-0

DIV 2
Aberfan Social - Llantwit Fardre 4-0
Carnetown - Cardiff Cosmopolitan 0-3
Cogan Coronation - Vale United 2-0
Cwmbach Royal Stars - Llanrumney United 0-4
Llangeinor - Graig FC 3-2
St Albans - AFC Bargoed 3-0
St Josephs - AFC Wattstown 2-2
Tynte Rovers - STM Sports Old Boys 3-1

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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