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Fifth time lucky?

Created on 06/04/2018 @ 09:48
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The weather has been the winner this season as local clubs’ patience, and enthusiasm, has been tested like never before.

This has certainly been the case for Guilsfield who will try to play their Huws Gray Cup match at Holyhead this weekend for fifth time after postponements.

But the weather has impacted every club, with many amateur league sides playing less than 10 games since October and being expected to play just as many games during April alone. This has led to many clubs calling for the FAW to invest in grass roots facilities like better drainage and access to 3G pitches.

Meanwhile, in the Spar League, leaders Welshpool Town are in Cup action along with Llanfair United, Carno and Berriew.

But the big match of the weekend takes place on Sunday when Newtown face Aberystwyth Town in the semi-final of the JD Welsh Cup.

Huws Gray Alliance

Caersws v Holywell

Huws Gray Cup

Holyhead v Guilsfield


Spar One

Borth Utd v Kerry

Llanrhaeadr v Llandrindod Wells

Machynlleth v Tywyn Bryncrug

Spar Two

Brecon Northcote v Hay St Mary’s

Dyffryn Banw v Abermule

Dolgellau v Talgarth

Newbridge-on-Wye v Llansantffraid Village

Montgomery v Presteigne

Penybont v Builth Wells

Spar League Cup, quarter-finals

Bow Street v Berriew

Carno v Aberaeron

Llanfair Utd v Knighton

Welshpool v Radnor Valley

Honda One

Bishops Castle v Waterloo Rovers

Guilsfield Reserves v Llanfyllin Town

Llanymynech v Trewern

Mitsubishi Two

Abermule Reserves v Carno Reserves

Kerry Reserves v Llanfechain

Llanfyllin Town Reserves v Forden United

Newtown Wanderers v Llanrhaeadr Reserves

Welshpool Town Reserves v Trefonen

Boys & Boden Ltd League Cup, round three

Four Crosses v Llangedwyn


JD Welsh Cup, semi-final

Newtown v Aberystwyth (at Bala)


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