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Newtown, Welshpool launch weekend

Created on 08/02/2019 @ 08:37
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Newtown travel to TNS in the JD Welsh Premier and Welshpool Town host MMP Mid Wales League leaders Llanidloes Town tonight to launch a hectic weekend of local action.

The weather is forecasted to play a big part in proceedings with a storm coming in from the west, but there are some big matches planned. The advice is to check games are on before travelling.

Both Guilsfield and Llanrhaeadr are at home in the Huws Gray Alliance, while the fourth round of the Central Wales Cup will try again following last weekend’s postponements.

MMP Mid Wales League Division Two leaders Montgomery Town head to Dolgellau while Waterloo Rovers are off to Aberystwyth University.

The Amateur League has a busy programme. Leaders Guilsfield Reserves travel to Trewern while Forden host Meifod at Latham Park.


JD Welsh Premier

TNS v Newtown

MMP Mid Wales League

Welshpool Town v Llanidloes Town


Huws Gray Alliance

Guilsfield v Penrhyncoch

Llanrhaeadr v Denbigh

Central Wales Cup, fourth round

Builth Wells v Hay St Mary’s

Radnor Valley v Caersws

Berriew v Tywyn Bryncrug

Kerry v Carno

Abermule v Bow Street

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Churchstoke v Llanfair United

Division Two

Aberystwyth University v Waterloo Rovers

Dolgellau v Montgomery Town

Dyffryn Banw v Rhayader Town

Four Crosses v Presteigne

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur League

Division One

Bishop’s Castle v Llanfyllin Town

Forden United v Meifod (at Newtown)

Trewern United v Guilsfield Reserves

Division Two

Llanfechain v Kerry Reserves

Llanfyllin Town Reserves v Llansantffraid Reserves

Llanrhaeadr Reserves v Newtown Wanderers

Llanymynech v Four Crosses Reserves

Trefonen v Llanwddyn

Welshpool Town Reserves v Churchstoke Reserves

Tanners Town Cup, semi-final

Waterloo Rovers Reserves v Maesyrhandir

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