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Robins eye top six

 
Created on 01/12/2019 @ 09:17
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Newtown have their eyes fixed on a top six place by the end of the month following a superb victory at Barry Town in the JD Cymru North.

A 79th minute strike from Ian Sheridan was enough for Newtown to secure three valuable points and remain very much in the hunt.

Llanrhaeadr remain with Guilsfield in the top six of the JD Cymru North following an outstanding performance at Penrhyncoch.

Two second half goals joined a first half opener to secure the 3-0 win and allow Llanhreadr to hold sixth spot, one place behind Guilsfield who drew 1-1 on Friday night with table toppers Prestatyn.

It is getting tough at the bottom for Llanfair United who were beaten 4-1 at Ruthin Town.

In the second round of the MMP Mid Wales League Cup, there were wins for Berriew, Caersws, Kerry, Llanidloes Town, Montgomery and Four Crosses. In the second division, there were vital wins for Forden United and Churchstoke, while Carno won 1-0 at Llansantffraid in division one.

JD Cymru Premier

Barry Town 0, Newtown 1

JD Cymru North

Guilsfield 1, Prestatyn 1

Ruthin Town 4, Llanfair United 1

Penrhyncoch 0, Llanrhaeadr 3

MMP Mid Wales League

Division One

Llansantffraid 0, Carno 1

Division Two

Abermule 2, Penparcau 4

Churchstoke 3, Presteigne 1

Knighton 0, Forden United 10

Newbridge-on-Wye 4, Dolgellau 3

Rhayader 2, Dyffryn Banw 2

MMP Mid Wales League Cup

Round Two

Welshpool Town 0, Berriew 2

Machynlleth 0, Caersws 3

Kerry 9, Tywyn Bryncrug 1

Llanidloes Town 5, Waterloo Rovers 3

Montgomery 4, Llandrindod Wells 0

Radnor Valley 3, Four Crosses 5

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