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Pitch inspections galore

 
Created on 13/12/2019 @ 17:49
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While clubs across the area will be holding morning pitch inspections before games go ahead, Newtown can be virtually guaranteed a match as they host Carmarthen Town on their plush all-weather surface in the JD Welsh Premier.

Back-to-back league and Welsh Cup victories over Barry Town have made The Robins buoyant going into the final games of the league’s first phase with them eager to book a top six spot for the New Year.

They are currently eighth, but only three points behind Cefn Druids in sixth.

Meanwhile, The Robins have been drawn to meet Rhyl in the fourth round of the Welsh Cup.

An 8.30am pitch inspection will decide whether Llanrhaeadr’s match with Guilsfield will go ahead in the JD Cymru North.

It will be the same scenario across the leagues with more rain expected to fall overnight.

JD Cymru Premier

Newtown v Carmarthen Town

JD Cymru North

Llanrhaeadr v Guilsfield

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Aberaeron v Llanidloes

Builth Wells v Welshpool

Carno v Llansantffraid

Four Crosses v Bow Street

Llandrindod v Montgomery Town

Radnor Valley v Berriew

Tywyn Bryncrug v Kerry

Division Two

Dyffryn Banw v Presteigne

ER Jenkins Cup, round one

Churchstoke v Abermule

Penparcau v Borth Utd

ER Jenkins Cup, round two

Waterloo Rovers v Dolgellau

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur League

Division One

Llangedwyn v Llanfyllin

Meifod v Llanrhaeadr Reserves

Division Two

Churchstoke Reserves v Waterloo Reserves

Llanfyllin Reserves v Welshpool Town Reserves

Llansantffraid FC Village Cup, round two

Caersws Reserves v Trewern United

Llanfechain v Four Crosses Reserves

Trefonen P, Guilsfield Reserves P

Tanners Town Cup, round two

Llanfair Reserves vMaesyrhandir

Newtown Wanderers v Bishop’s Castle

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