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Berriew bid to close the gap

Created on 15/03/2019 @ 11:02
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Berriew will be looking to put pressure on the top three in the MMP Mid Wales League One tonight with a victory over Llansantffraid Village under their lights.

With games in hand on two of the top three, Berriew are still in with a great chance of taking the title and will go into tonight on the back of three league wins on the trot.

Two of the top three – Llanfair United and Caersws – square up tomorrow for the match of the weekend, with leaders Llanidloes off to Tywyn Bryncrug.

Following last week’s big 3-0 win at title chasing Barry Town, Newtown travel to second-placed Connah’s Quay Nomads tonight looking to put more pressure on the JD Welsh Premier top three.

Dave Jones made a welcome early return in goal last week following concussion with only Matty Williams a doubt as the Robins look to do better than the 2-1 home reverse to the Nomads last month.

Tomorrow, Guilsfield head Porthmadog and Llanrhaeadr host Bangor City in the Huws Gray Alliance.


JD Welsh Premier

Connah’s Quay Nomads v Newtown

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Berriew v Llansantffraid Village

Llandrindod Wells v Carno


Huws Gray Alliance

Porthmadog v Guilsfield

Llanrhaeadr v Bangor City

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Aberaeron v Welshpool Town

Bow Street v Radnor Valley

Churchstoke v Builth Wells

Llanfair United v Caersws

Tywyn Bryncrug v Llanidloes Town

Division Two

Abermule v Aberystwyth University

Borth Utd v Hay St Mary’s

Rhayader v Four Crosses

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur League

Division One

Bishops Castle v Llanfyllin Town

Llangedwyn v Trewern

Maesyrhandir v Forden United

Division Two

Four Crosses Reserves v Llansantffraid Reserves

Kerry Reserves v Llanfyllin Town Reserves

Llanwddyn v Churchstoke Reserves

Llanymynech v Abermule Reserves

Trefonen v Newtown Wanderers

Waterloo Rovers Reserves v Llanrhaeadr Reserves

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