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Welshpool out to stop runaway leaders

Created on 17/01/2020 @ 10:30

Welshpool Town will be out to do the MMP Mid Wales League chasing pack a favour when they travel to runaway leaders Llanidloes Town.

The Daffs are a whopping 13 points clear at the top of the table, and time is slowly running out for rivals to make inroads, but a Welshpool win will throw a lifeline to several clubs hoping for a slip-up.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Guilsfield will be looking for the team to pitch in as they start life without 17-goal hitman Adam Davies, who has been picked up by Aberystwyth Town. They travel to lowly Corwen hoping to hold third place in the JD Cymru North, while Llanrhaeadr, in fourth, have a tough trip to Conwy Borough and bottom side Llanfair United head to Rhyl.

JD Cymru Premier

Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton

JD Cymru North (2pm)

Rhyl v Llanfair United

Corwen v Guilsfield

Conwy Borough v Llanrhaeadr

MMP-NL Mid Wales League One

Aberaeron v Kerry

Berriew v Bow Street

Builth Wells v Carno

Four Crosses v Radnor Valley

Llandrindod Wells v Caersws

Llanidloes Town v Welshpool Town

Montgomery Town v Llansantffraid

MMP-NL Mid Wales League Two

Abermule v Dolgellau Athletic

Churchstoke v Dyffryn Banw

Rhayader Town v Penparcau

Knighton Town v Borth United

Newbridge v Aberystwyth University

Machynlleth v Forden United

Waterloo Rovers v Presteigne

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League One

Llanfair United Reserves v Maesyrhandir

Llanfyllin Town v Trewern United

Llangedwyn v Trefonen

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League Two

Caersws Reserves v Waterloo Rovers Reserves

Kerry Reserves v Llanfyllin Town Reserves

Llanfechain v Four Crosses Reserves

Newtown Wanderers v Welshpool Town Reserves

Llansantffraid Village Cup, second round

Llanrhaeadr Reserves v Llanymynech

Boys and Boden Montgomeryshire League Cup, second round

Meifod v Bishops Castle

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