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Can football beat the weather?

Created on 16/02/2018 @ 16:03
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Weather has been the winner over the past few weeks, but clubs are hoping for a weekend of action in the local leagues.

Both Caersws and Guilsfield hit the road in the Huws Gray Alliance, while it is a weekend off for Spar One pace setters Welshpool Town and their main rivals who are in Cup action.

The forecast is for rain showers through the night but dry weather for most of Saturday.

Weekend fixtures (check with your team for times)

JD Welsh Premier

Newtown v Barry Town United

Huws Gray Alliance

Flint Town United v Caersws

Llandudno Junction v Guilsfield

Spar Mid Wales League

Spar One

Kerry v Machynlleth

Llandrindod Wells v Borth Utd

Spar Two

Aberystwyth Uni v Dyffryn Banw

Dolgellau v Newbridge-on-Wye

Montgomery v Llansantffraid Village

Penybont v Presteigne

Talgarth v Hay St Mary’s

Spar League Cup – Round Two

Abermule v Bow Street

Berriew v Builth Wells

Llanfair Utd v Churchstoke

Llanidloes v Radnor Valley

Llanrhaeadr v Carno

Welshpool v Brecon Northcote

Honda One

Caersws Reserves v Llanfair United Reserves

Llanfyllin Town v Waterloo Rovers

Llanymynech v Maesyrhandir

Trewern v Bishops Castle

Mitsubishi Two

Churchstoke Reserves v Llanfyllin Town Reserves

Newtown Wanderers v Kerry Reserves

Trefonen v Llangedwyn

Llansantffraid Village Cup - Round Two

Forden United v Carno Reserves

Guilsfield Reserves v Abermule Reserves

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