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Football is back!

 
Created on 10/08/2018 @ 11:07
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The frustrations of pre-season come to an abrupt end this weekend when the football season kicks off tonight.

Newtown travel to Cardiff Met University in the Welsh Premier, while Berriew entertain promoted Builth Wells and Kerry travel to Radnor Valley in the newly named MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League Division One. In the second division, Abermule host Montgomery for a nice local derby to get us underway.

Newtown have recruited well in the summer with Steve Leslie, Ben Bailey, Jake Cook, Callum Roberts and Sam Phillips all signing up.

Meanwhile tomorrow, Llanrhaeadr welcome much-fancied Rhyl on their return to the Huws Gray Alliance and Guilsfield will begin their campaign at Conwy Borough.

Welshpool Town start their new MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League Division One adventure at Carno while relegated Caersws head to Bow Street. Llanfair welcome Knighton while Churchstoke entertain Llanidloes. Llansantffraid start their campaign at Tywyn.

Tomorrow, both Waterloo Rovers and Four Crosses make their welcome returns to Mid Wales football in Division Two.

Friday

Welsh Premier League

Cardiff Met University v Newtown

MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League

Division One

Berriew v Builth Wells

Radnor Valley v Kerry

Division Two

Abermule v Montgomery

Saturday

Huws Gray Alliance

Llanrhaeadr v Rhyl

Conwy Borough v Guilsfield

MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League

Division One

Bow Street v Caersws

Carno v Welshpool

Churchstoke v Llanidloes

Llandrindod v Aberaeron

Llanfair v Knighton

Tywyn v Llansantffraid

Division Two

Borth Utd v Brecon Nortcote

Dolgellau v Newbridge-on-Wye

Hay St Mary's v Four Crosses

Machynlleth v Presteigne

Waterloo Rovers v Rhayader


 

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