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Pool into last eight

 
Created on 12/01/2020 @ 09:29
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Welshpool Town have booked their spot in the last eight of the FAW Trophy.

A 4-2 win at Radnor Valley sent them through, and they will be our only local representatives after Berriew were knocked out by Llandudno Albion on penalties.

Newtown’s quest for a top six spot when the JD Cymru Premier splits in two is still on track despite a 2-0 defeat against leaders TNS.

Despite the defeat, the Robins are still sixth, and if successful it would be their fifth top six sport in six seasons.

Llanfair United put in a decent performance at home to Gresford Athletic, but a 3-0 defeat leaves them at the foot of the JD Cymru North table, while weather got the better of Llanrhaeadr’s match with Colwyn Bay.

Llanidloes Town continued their march to the MMP Mid Wales League title with a 5-0 win at Llansantffraid, while Montgomery Town returned from Tywyn Bryncrug with a 2-0 win.

Waterloo Rovers were held 1-1 by the students in Division Two, while fifth placed Forden United returned from Presteigne with a 5-0 win.

JD Welsh Premier

Newtown 0, The New Saints 2

JD Cymru North

Llanrhaeadr P, Colwyn Bay P

Llanfair United 0, Gresford Athletic 3

FAW Trophy

Berriew 1, Llandudno Albion 1 (Llandudno won 4-2 on penalties)

Radnor Valley 2, Welshpool Town 4

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Aberaeron 2, Llandrindod Wells 2

Bow Street 2, Kerry 2

Caersws 1, Builth Wells 2

Carno 1, Four Crosses 1

Llansantffraid 0, Llanidloes Town 5

Tywyn Bryncrug 0, Montgomery Town 2

Division Two

Aber Uni 1, Waterloo Rovers 1

Borth Utd 2, Newbridge-on-Wye 2

Dolgellau P, Churchstoke P

Dyffryn Banw 2, Machynlleth 4

Penparcau 5, Knighton Town 0

Presteigne 0, Forden Utd 5

Rhayader 3, Abermule 1

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