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Evans looking for home comfort

Created on 24/09/2010 @ 07:46
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Technogroup Welshpool are looking for some home comfort this weekend when they take on Ruthin Town in the Cymru Alliance League at the Maesydre.

And Manager Graham Evans will field a vastly different side to the one fans saw lose 4-0 to Guilsfield on their last appearance at home.

Evans has been working flat out to bring in new players to bring his new squad up to Cymru Alliance League standard and will unveil new twin defenders Paul and Alan Dowridge as well as Lee Elmeel and Aaron Stokoe, who is making a return to Welshpool.

Former Ludlow defender Lee Hicks will be in the line up along with other newcomer Shaheen Mia, signed from Bedford Town but Evans has been disappointed in his attempt to bring Adam Jenkins back from Guilsfield.

Guilsfield manager Mike Barton is delighted that Jenkins has decided to stay and the youngster will be in the squad to face Flint at home on Saturday.

In the Spar Mid Wales League something has to give when early pacemakers Llanrhaeadr and Berriew clash while Waterloo boss Dave Proctor will be looking for an improvement on the trip to lowly Newbridge.

Llansantffraid Village look to continue their improvement at Tywyn/Bryncrug while in the second division Montgomery go to Kerry, Llanfair are at home to Four Crosses, Meifod welcome Llandrindod and Llanfyllin make the trip to Tregaron Turfs.

In the Montgomertyshire League Llangedwyn are at Carno, Llanrhaeadr entertain Kerry and Dyffryn Banw Reserves go to Trefonen. In the League Cup Llansantffraid are at Llanidloes, Berriew entertain Welshpool and Waterloo go to Betts.

Guilsfield Reserves travel to Caersws tonight while Churchstoke entertain Llanfechain and Waterloo Reserves go to Morda tomorrow.



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