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Refs shortage bites

Created on 30/08/2019 @ 13:12
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Local football matches are set to be cancelled this weekend due to a shortage of officials, we can reveal.

Clubs in the amateur league were informed this week that games were under threat, and until more officials are recruited, this is likely to become the norm.

Meanwhile, at the top of the ladder, Newtown travel to Cardiff Met tonight still unbeaten after three matches in the JD Cymru Premier.

Also tonight, Welshpool Town take on Berriew in the MMP Mid Wales League Division One while Forden United head south in search of points in Division Two.

There’s a wealth of local league and Welsh Cup qualifying round action tomorrow, but due to the shortage of referees, please check with your club before travelling.

One match certain to go ahead though is a mouthwatering local derby between Guuilsfield and Llanfair United in the JD Cymru North, while Llanrhaeadr host Gresford Athletic.


JD Cymru Premier

Cardiff Met v Newtown

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Welshpool Town v Berriew

Division Two

Newbridge v Forden United

Presteigne v Knighton Town


JD Cymru North

Guilsfield v Llanfair United

Llanrhaeadr v Gresford Athletic

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Builth Wells v Caersws

Llandrindod Wells v Aberaeron

Llanidloes v Radnor Valley

Welsh Cup – central

Abermule v Barmouth and Dyffryn Utd

Borth United v Machynlleth

Churchstoke v Waterloo Rovers

Kerry v Dolgellau Athletic

Llansantffraid Village v Four Crosses

Montgomery Town v Hay St Marys

Penparcau v Tywyn Bryncrug

Rhayader Town v Bow Street

Please check with your local club for JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League fixtures

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