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Chasing pack closes on Bluebirds

 
Created on 04/11/2018 @ 09:39
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Caersws have been pegged back in the MMP Mid Wales League following another intriguing weekend of local football action.

The Bluebirds, beaten by Welshpool Town at home on Friday, could only watch as their nearest rivals pegged them back with wins on Saturday.

Radnor Valley, Llanidloes Town, Berriew and Llanfair United all picked up victories to ensure set the scene for an exciting November.

In the second division, Waterloo Rovers worked hard for three points, winning 1-0 at Four Crosses to move into the top four.

Meanwhile, it was a day to forget for Llanrhaeadr in the Huws Gray Alliance who were thumped 9-1 at Bangor City, and Guilsfield fell 2-0 at home to a well-organised Porthmadog side.

JD Welsh Premier

Cefn Druids 1, Newtown 1

Huws Gray Alliance

Bangor City 9, Llanrhaeadr 1

Guilsfield 0, Porthmadog 2

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Aberaeron 1, Radnor Valley 2

Builth Wells 5, Churchstoke 1

Caersws 2, Welshpool Town 4

Kerry 0, Llanidloes 1

Llanfair United 3, Carno 0

Llansantffraid 1, Berriew 7

Tywyn Bryncrug 0, Llandrindod Wells 4

Division Two

Four Crosses 0, Waterloo Rovers 1

ER Jenkins Cup, round one

Dyffryn Banw 2, Dolgellau 2 (Banw won 9-8 on penalties)

Hay St Mary's 3, Abermule 3

Machynlleth 4, Borth Utd 1

Newbridge-on-Wye 2, Montgomery Town 1

Presteigne 1, Rhayader 3

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