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Guilsfield looking upwards

Created on 09/09/2016 @ 18:49
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Guilsfield is a club that is not standing still. In fact there won’t be many people standing at all from now on at the village side’s touchline.

A new stand was delivered and hoisted into place (pictured) to take the facility’s seating capacity beyond 250, a clear statement of intent by the longest serving club in the league.

Unfortunately, this weekend fans won’t be able to take advantage as Guilsfield head west to take on a side sitting just above them in second, Porthmadog.

The chasing pack is looking good for Montgomeryshire with Caersws also accumulating three wins and a draw to date to sit alongside Guilsfield in the pecking order. The Bluebirds entertain Holywell on Saturday.

The Welsh Cup second round will occupy most of the Spar’s top flight, while the amateur league sides are involved in a mix of league and cup action on Saturday.

Welsh Cup, round two

Aberaeron v Montgomery Town

Abermule v Llanuwchllyn

Borth United v Welshpool Town

Bow Street v Brecon Corries

Carno v Knighton Town

Hay St Marys v Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant

Llanidloes Town v Berriew

Newbridge on Wye v Llandrindod Wells

Rhayader v Machynlleth

Huws Gray Alliance

Caersws v Holywell

Porthmadog v Guilsfield

Prestatyn v Llanfair United

Spar One

Radnor v Tywyn Bryncrug

Spar Two

Builth Wells v Llansantffraid Village

Dyffryn Banw v Four Crosses

Penybont v Kerry

Presteigne v Dolgellau

Honda One

Llanfyllin v Berriew Res

Newtown Rovers v Caersws Res

Meifod v Llanrhaeadr Res

Robins (Newtown FC) League Cup (ET and Pens if required)

Llanymynech v Newtown Wanderers

Mitsubisi Two

Maesyrhandir v Llangedwyn

Kerry Res v Trewern

Llanfechain v Carno Res

Waterloo Res v Trefonen

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