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Newtown want to finish with a flourish

Created on 11/01/2019 @ 12:35
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With a top six place already secured, Newtown will be looking to enjoy their final first phase match of the JD Welsh Premier season before the league splits in two.

Visitors Cefn Druids are resigned to life in the second tier, but will be hoping to catch a Newtown side off guard after they went down 4-0 to TNS last week.

Manager Chris Hughes said his Robins are at full strength, with Shrewsbury Town loan signing George Hughes expected to figure.

The Robins will also be hoping to finish the phase unbeaten at home following seven wins and three draws in the league this season.

Meanwhile, Guilsfield and Llanraeadr will be looking to get back to winning ways in the Huws Gray Alliance.

League defeats last weekend were followed by tough midweek Central Wales Cup matches which saw Llanrhaeadr edge Rhayader 4-2, but inconsistent Guilsfield slump to a shock home defeat on penalties against Radnor Valley.

On Saturday, Guilsfield travel to Gresford Athletic, while Llanrhaeadr host Holyhead Hotspur.

Our last two remaining teams in the fifth round of the FAW Trophy both hit the road as they bid to reach the last eight. Berriew head to Plas Madoc while Four Crosses travel to Bodedern Athletic.

MMP Mid Wales League leaders Llanidloes Town host local rivals Carno, while Caersws look to build some rhythm at Builth Wells after a disappointing month. Welshpool Town, with new signing Jack Harris, host Llansantffraid Village.

In Division Two, Montgomery Town and Waterloo Rovers face tricky away days.

The amateur league sees a mix of league and cup games, with Division One title chasers Forden United heading to Llanfyllin Town.

CWFA Senior Cup, Round Three draw (February)

Builth Wells v Hay St Marys; Welshpool v Four Crosses; Radnor Valley v Caersws; Berriew v Twywn/Bryncrug; Llanrhaeadr YM v Talgarth; Kerry v Carno; Llanfair United v Llanidloes; Abermule v Bow Street.

Saturday fixtures

JD Welsh Premier

Newtown v Cefn Druids


Huws Gray Alliance

Gresford Athletic v Guilsfield

Llanrhaeadr v Holyhead Hotspur

FAW Trophy

Bodedern Athletic v Four Crosses

Plas Madoc v Berriew

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Aberaeron v Kerry

Builth Wells v Caersws

Llandrindod Wells v Churchstoke

Llanidloes v Carno

Tywyn Bryncrug v Llanfair United

Welshpool v Llansantffraid Village

Division Two

Abermule v Newbridge-on-Wye

Borth Utd v Montgomery

Dolgellau v Machynlleth

Presteigne v Hay St Mary's

Rhayader v Waterloo Rovers

JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League

Honda One

Llanfair United Reserves v Trewern

Llanfyllin Town v Forden United

Mitsubishi Two

Churchstoke Reserves v Llansantffraid Reserves

Llanwddyn v Abermule Reserves

Llanymynech v Welshpool Town Reserves

Newtown Wanderers v Llanfyllin Town Reserves

Waterloo Rovers Reserves v Llanfechain

Boys & Boden League Cup, round two

Four Crosses Reserves v Maesyrhandir

Boys & Boden League Cup, round three

Kerry Reserves v Bishops Castle

Meifod v Llanrhaeadr Reserves

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