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Robins take on new boys

 
Created on 07/09/2017 @ 21:57
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Newtown managers Chris Hughes has warned his side to face a tough test at league. Newcomers Barry Town United tomorrow (Saturday).

Hughes believes Barry will be looking at the Robins to get their first win of the campaign. He said: "They will be looking at us thinking they can get their first win on the board. They've come up and done really well, I've watched all their games and they have been unlucky not to win in all three games.

"We've watched them and know their strengths, so all we can do is go down there and perform well and look to come back with the three points."

James Murphy is still missing from Saturday's squad with an ankle injury, alongside Jack Perry who is suffering from a finger injury.

It's Welsh Cup day for Llanidloes, Carno, Abermule, Kerry and Berriew with all four clubs looking to continue a lucrative run in the competition.

Caersws are at home to Porthmadog in the Huws Gray Alliance League. 

JD Welsh Premier
Barry Town v Newtown
JD Welsh Cup
Llanrhaeadr v Kerry
Welshpool v Aberaeron
Abermule v Borth
Carno v Llandrindod
Llanidloes v Barmouth
Llansantffraid v Berriew
Huws Gray Alliance
Airbus v Guilsfield
Caersws v Porthmadog
Spar Mid Wales League

Division 1

Llanfair Utd v Machynlleth

Tywyn Bryncrug v Churchstoke

Division 2

Builth Wells v Presteigne

Newbridge-on-Wye v Dolgellau

Penybont v Montgomery

Talgarth v Dyffryn Banw

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