18th May 2013
Clwyd Cup Final - at Prestatyn Town
Aston Park Rangers
0 Mochdre Sports 1
Sports F.C. 2013 Clwyd Cup Winners
Llannefydd 2013 Sovereign Trophies Auxiliary Cup Winners
F.C. - Normac Precision Presidents Cup Winners 2013
be submitted before 30th May 2013
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Trophies Auxiliary Cup - Semi-Finals|
F.C. Combination Cup Winners 2013
Jones Cup Action
Above: Machno United Division One League Champions and REM
Jones Cup Winners 2013.
Below: Kevin Talbot converts his penalty kick for F.C.
F.C. North Wales Reserve Premier Cup Winners 2013
Wednesday 8th May 2013
North Wales Reserve
Premier Cup Final
at Colwyn Bay
Carl Murray 13||Jack
Higgins 15 pen|
United F.C. retaining the Combination League and Halkyn Cup, also hoping to complete
a unique treble by winning the combination cup on Friday.
- NWCFA Intermediate Cup Winners 2013
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Intermediate Cup Final at Colwyn Bay|
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Trophies Auxiliary Cup – Group Stage
Normac Precision Presidents Cup Semi-Finals
1st May 2013
Vale of Clwyd & Conwy League
& Co. Presidents Cup Final - at Colwyn Bay
Mochdre Sports 4 Prestatyn
Sports - Salisbury & Co. Presidents Cup Winners 2013
United Division One Champions 2013
United - Combination League Champions for the second season running! finished
off their league season, with a stunning 5-0 win over runners up Meliden.
F.C. North Wales Reserve Premier League Champions 2012/2013
More at rhylnewswire.com
24th April 2013
Premier Cup Final - at Bastion Gardens - Prestatyn Town
Rhuddlan Town 2 St. Asaph 1 aet
Cameron 110 pen.|
of Ayr - Clwyd East Premier League Champions
Wales Reserve Premier League - Denbigh Town awarded tie.
have been awarded their Premier Cup tie on appeal against GAP Connah's Quay. GAP
originally won the game 5-2 at Denbigh on the 2nd April, but an appeal was lodged
alleging administration problems concerning the teamsheet.
are now at home to Rhyl in the semi-final on Tuesday 30th April.
EVADX REM Jones Cup Final at Llandudno had to be called off, due to very high
winds, that made conditions unsafe and impossible to play any football.
Official Mike Gray took the decision 30 minutes before kick-off, as conditions
showed no sign of improving. A decision which proved right, when later an advertising
hoarding broke loose and was blown on to the pitch.
A provisional date of
Thursday 9th May 2013 has been set for the rearranged final at Llandudno.
the North Wales Reserve Premier League, Caernarfon's game with Conwy Borough was
off and all Gwynedd League fixtures were postponed, as the North Wales Coast was
battered by Gale force winds.
Rhuddlan Town pulled back a 2-1 deficit, to reach the Premier Cup Final, winning
the 2nd leg tie 2-0 at Prestatyn Rovers. Dave Cameron scored the decisive goal
from the Penalty spot on 81 minutes.
Any chance you could
pass this around my officiating colleagues, the club secretaries and perhaps put
a small thing on website??
Raising money for mac house in alder hey where
we stay when my lads not too good.
football and rugby team nicknames of Wales, Richard E. Huws (2013). ISBN: 978-1-907730-24-5.
Who are the Albies, Chocolates, Ducks, Mules, Rooks, Roosters,
Scrumpies and Silkmen, and how and why did they get their names? What is the story
behind more familiar nicknames such as the Bluebirds, Jacks, Old Gold, Ravens,
Robins, Scarlets and the Swans?
Nicknames have been part of football and
rugby culture from Victorian times, but no-one has yet attempted a proper study
of them, until now. This pioneer survey of the nicknames for football and rugby
teams meets the need for clubs in Wales, and is both comprehensive and entertaining.
The book. listing several hundred names, includes both English and Welsh language
versions of the nickname and has been researched using both printed and electronic
sources (including social media) and interviews or correspondence with many club
The author was born at Carmarthen and worked for almost forty
years at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth, retiring in 2008 as Head
of Reader & Enquiry Services. He lives in the village of Bont-goch, Ceredigion.
He has had a life-long interest in sport and has published several books on aspects
of Welsh football history, including the well-received Football and rugby playing
fields of Wales (2009), and Trefeurig's Yellow Canaries (2010). He is a supporter
of Swansea City.
book is priced at £7.95 and will be available in the shops in April
or directly from the publishers post-free:
Paul Watkins Publishing
Asaph - Premier Division Champions 2013
league presentation at the Roe, St. Asaph, which will be made to the Vale of Clwyd
& Conwy Football League Champions, St. Asaph F.C., following the completion
of the St. Asaph vs. Llansannan - Premier Division fixture on Saturday 30th March
2013. (about 3:45pm)
In order to accommodate this the kick-off time has
been moved forward to 2:00pm.
Also congratulations to both teams on reaching
the NWCFA Intermediate Cup Final.
Mark Goldsmith - Chairman
evening with John Hartson and Malcolm Allen at Dolbadarn Hotel, Llanberis
Saturday 6th April 2013 at 7.30pm
CPD Llanberis are proud to announce an
evening with former Wales International, Celtic, Arsenal and West Ham player John
Hartson, along with local lad Malcolm Allen who is himself a former Wales International
player having played for Watford, Aston Villa, Norwich City, Millwall, Newcastle
United and Stevenage Borough.
This will be an opportunity to hear
their experiences and tales of their lives as professional footballers.
Curry & Chips is also included in the ticket price.
reserve your ticket please call Christine on 07759956343
Intermediate Cup Semi-Final
Tuesday 19th March 2013
at Y Morfa,
Caernarfon Town 1 St. Asaph 2
Coast FA 5 South Wales FA 3
A remarkable game saw the national holders
Coast FA open their regions cup campaign with a deserved win with a shaky ending
having used all their subs had to play the last 15mins with 10 men. Coast started
brightly with Trearddur Bays Anthony Parry, Ryan Jones and St. Asaphs Duncan Midgley
causing plenty of problems but a stunning 25 yard curler from Souths Shaun McCarphy
gave them the lead however in less than a minute Parry finished from an edge of
the box volley to equalize and the same player just 2 mins later poached in after
a scramble to give the Coast a half time lead. The second half become comfortable
for the Coast after another stunner on 56mins from Parry sealed his hat-trick,
followed by Ryan Booth just 5 mins later seemingly ending the tie. South rallied
well though and an excellent 20 yard free kick from Sam Balla gave them hope which
was increased by an injury forcing Coast to play out the game with 10 men and
a scrambled 3rd goal from ian clearly just 5 mins from time. As the South pushed
for an equalizer, speed merchant Jones ran clear from a break and dispatched the
killer 5th goal in injury time. No more than the hard working performance deserved
and a good way to begin their second quest for Europe
Doutch, Booth, Jones,
Parry, All Trearddur Bay
Midgely, Fleming, Evans, Owen, Hildritch All St.Asaph
Regan All Pentraeth
S. Murphy - Mowelanon
C. Roberts - Mochdre
This Sunday see's the start of the Coast FA
Mens UEFA regions cup campaign.
A very odd change in the tournament structure
by the Welsh FA means the holders Coast FA now have to take on all three South
Wales associations in a round robin.
All the Coast fixtures will be played
at a half way point, starting with the opener against South Wales FA at Newtown
FC, Sunday 17th 2.30 kick off.
Our second fixture is against previous
Gwent FA at Newtown FC, Sunday March 24th 2.30 kick off,
face West Wales on Weds 27th at Aberystwyth FC, 8pm kick off.
Coast having no home fixtures will make this tournament particularly tough for
our tier 5 players and any support would be greatly appreciated.
Division One Title in the Balance
have the outcome of Division One back in their own hands, following Machno's home
draw with Llandudno United. Cerrig won 5-1 at Rhyl Hearts, in a game that was
more even than the scoreline suggests.
This set up a potential title showdown
in Cerrigydrudion, where Machno United visit on Saturday 6th April. A win for
Cerrig and they would be crowned champions. Machno should they win their remaining
three matches would need a draw, but face tough matches against Llannefydd and
Bro Cernyw, also a tricky away match at Rhyl Hearts, who last season derailed
Llannefydd's title ambitions.
Llannefydd won 4-0 at Betws-y-Coed, but the
game was held up for 20 minutes for a bad injury to a player, who had a suspected
St. Asaph were back in Premier Division action at Prestatyn
Rovers, who held the new league champions 1-1 at the break, both side had some
good chances, before St. Asaph took control in the second period. Rovers then
lost captain Mark Hughes, who received a nasty cut above the eye following a clash
of heads and St. Asaph capitalised with further goals making the scoreline 6-1.
Rovers now battle out second place with Rhuddlan Town, who had to come from two
goals behind to beat Old Colwyn 3-2, Dave Cameron's 70th minute winner keeps Rhuddlan
in the hunt for runners up spot and a first success for new manager Sean Morgan.
produced a stunning 4-0 win at Mochdre Sports and are in good form ahead of their
NWCFA Intermediate cup semi-final against Bethel on Thursday at Llandudno. The
league would like to wish CPD Llansannan the best of luck and encourage involved
with the league to get down to Llandudno on Thursday night and support one of
our clubs representing the league in the competition.
Rhyl Athletic continued
their recent run of good results with a 3-1 away win at Betws-yn-Rhos, Josh Parry
scoring two more goals and had more cause to celebrate after receiving a new kit
from the Cob & Pen in Rhyl.
Athletic with new kit sponsored by the Cob & Pen Rhyl
United moved nearer to a second successive combination league title, with a 6-1
thrashing of Flint Town United Youth, Luke Appleby netting a hat-trick.
Resigns - St. Asaph Champions
Rhuddlan Town manager Jon Stazicker resigned
his position at the club this morning, following team selection problems in recent
weeks. Stazicker had guided Rhuddlan to a league and cup double last season and
was named as Manager of the Year.
St Asaph were today crowned as league
champions, without kicking a ball as Prestatyn Rovers piped Rhuddlan Town 5-4
in the second verses third league match. Rhuddlan turned up at Gronent to play
Prestatyn Rovers managerless and with only ten players, but the players put in
a spirited performance, pulling back a three goal deficit, after a shaky start
and were unlucky to be finally beaten by a late Nathan Palmer strike.
were some quality goals by both sides, but the pick of the bunch was Rhuddlan
Town's Adi Hoyle strike from inside his own half!
Rhuddlan Town could still
finish as league runners up, should they win all their remaining matches. Prestatyn
Rovers however play St. Asaph at home next Saturday and will be looking to get
something out the game to further their own ambitions of finishing runners up.
League would like to congratulate Graham Hunter, Lee Hogg and the players and
Committee of St. Asaph on becoming League Champions. Arrangements for the presentation
are being made and an announcement will be posted within the next few day's.
the other Premier Division matches, Josh Parry scored four times as Rhyl Athletic
won 6-2 at home to Rhos United and Llansannan battled out a 0-0 draw with local
In the Salisbury & Co. Presidents Cup, Mochdre
Sports raced to a 3-0 lead against Old Colwyn, but were left hanging on for the
last 30 minutes, as Old Colwyn had pulled back to 3-2, but could not force extra-time.
Mochdre now face Llannefydd in the semi-final.
NWCFA Junior Cup
day for all our teams, as Machno, Cerrig and Y Glannau were all knocked out.
Friday 1st March 2013
Wales Reserve Premier League|
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Cup Round 2|
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Quay Tigers res||2|
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Wales Reserve Premier League|
Alliance Ty Gobaith Presentation
of the Presentation of the Welsh Alliance League Cheque for £400
the Christmas Dinner Draw being made to Beverley Bradley - Area Fundraiser for
Ty Gobaith Childrens Hospice, Conwy
the League Chairman Billy Evans and Treasurer Ken Richardson
Wales Coast FA 3 Central Wales FA 1 (Under 18 Representative)
3 early first
half goals for Chris Morrell's youngsters settled this representative tie as a
contest as the Coast took maximum points from the Central counterparts this season.
Coast, with somehow only 1 player selected for the Wales U18 squad while Central
boasted 4, took hold of the game right from the off and as early as the 3rd minute
Jake Evans put the home side in front driving home a loose ball in the penalty
area. Coast were relentless and chances fell for the excellent Gavin Jones along
with Osian Davies and Peter Jones but it was a smart finish from Dean Seager in
the 14th min witch extended the lead and just 6 mins later, Seager turned the
full back inside out before unleashing a powerful drive into the far corner to
effectively end the tie. Despite more efforts from Dan Connelly and Seager again,
the half time score stayed the same. The pressure continued in the second half
and only brilliant goalkeeping from Centrals Adam Evans, the goalposts and two
disallowed goals kept the score down but all credit to hard working Central who
pulled back a late consolation in the 84mins through Kieran Davies. The game finished
with fine work from Coasts Dale Murphy being denied again through custodian Evans.
Salisbury & Co. Presidents Cup
United vs. Prestatyn Rovers
Llannefydd vs. Mochdre Sports
Semi-Finals (two legs)
Rhuddlan Town vs. Prestatyn Rovers/Old
St. Asaph vs. Llansannan
EVADX REM Jones Cup
Machno United vs. Bro Cernyw
Cerrigydrudion vs. F.C. Tudno
Flint Town United Youth vs. Halkyn United
United vs. Rhuddlan Town
Normac Precision Presidents Cup Round 3
Town/Flint Town United vs. Llandudno
Glan Conwy vs. Flint Town United Youth
vs. Bangor City/Prestatyn Town
Rhyl vs. Rhuddlan Town
The Vale of Clwyd
& Conwy League will be running the Sovereign Trophies Sponsored Auxiliary
Cup competition in conjunction with the Clwyd East League, which was won by Flint
Mountain last season, also the Clwyd Cup, which involves the top four teams from
Further details regarding the Auxiliary cup will be sent out
to all clubs, following this weekends fixtures.
BAY will be without a manager for Saturday's crunch bottom four clash at home
to Bishop's Stortford after Lee Williams left the club by mutual consent.
run of five successive defeats, three of them at home, have left the team entrenched
in the bottom three relegation places.
Williams has come in for increasing
crictism from fans since taking over from sacked Jon Newby at the beinning of
January, and In a statment chairman Bob Paton said: "I have had a couple
of meetings with Lee in the last two days over the current situation and in the
end we agreed it was in the best interests of Colwyn Bay Football Club that he
While the club look for a replacement, Mr Paton is set to
take charge of the team for tomorrow's game.
New loan signing Charlie Joyce
is likely to make his league debut for the Seagulls and the 19-year-old ball-winning
midfielder, who has joined the Bay initially for a month, should bring some an
additional bite in the middle of the park.
Recent signing Jason Lampkin, with
goals in each of the last two games, is also expected to get his first league
start on the wing as the Bay bid to end a run of five successive league defeats
- three of them at home.
There are slight injury doubts over John McKenna
(hamstring) and Jon Breeze, but Mr Paton added: "I am 90 per cent sure they
will be fit enough to play."
Former Wrexham and Bangor City player Jamie
Crowther will also be added to the squad after he completed his signing for the
Seagulls this week.
Bishop's Stortford, who are six points ahead of Colwyn
Bay from the same number of games, have kept clean sheets in their last two games
and gained a battling 1-0 win at Solihull Moors on Tuesday night with a goal from
substitute Steve Cawley.
However, influential midfielder Matt Johnson suffered
a hamstring injury in that game and is given only a 30 per cent chance of playing
Two loan players, left winger Ryan Melaugh and forward Nnamdi Nwachuku
have also gone back to Colchester United.
Bishop's boss Rod Stringer commented:
"It is a massive game and we have to be up for it. The main thing is not
to get beat."
Colwyn Bay: (from) Sanna, Taylor, Lea, R Williams, Sinclair,
Byrne, Lampkin, Evans, Hopley, Meecham, Roberts, Gnahoua, McKenna, Breeze, Smyth,
Crowther, Hogan, Berkeley, S Williams.
Intermediate Cup Semi-Final Ties
Llansannan vs. Bethel
Asaph vs. Caernarfon Town
Junior Cup Quarter Final Ties
vs. Menai Bridge Tigers
Pentraeth vs. Cerrigydrudion
Y Felinheli vs. Machno
Y Glannau vs. Morawelon
UEFA regions cup squad
UEFA regions cup squad will be selected and submitted on the 18th of Feb 2013,
we have 3 representative games this season and three next, with a possible final
and European trip representing Wales the following season.
Could you please
pass on this information, along with my details, to all your players and recommend
any players you feel have the ability to represent the Coast FA asap and we will
watch as many games up until that date before announcing the squad.
a great opportunity and experience for these lads to represent the Coast and possibly
their country and one which Im sure they'd love.
Many thanks and I look
forward to hearing from you
Seniors Manager 2012
North Wales Coast Football Association
Under 18 and
Senior Representative teams Manager
REM Jones Cup switch.
REM Jones first leg cup match between Betws-y-Coed vs Machno United will now be
played in Penmachno, as Betws-y-Coeds, Cae Llan field still has a lot of surface
water. The return leg is at Betws on the 23rd February.
Wales FA 1 North Wales Coast FA 2 - Under 18 Representative Team
losing 8 players to the Welsh Schools squad and facing an arduous trip to Aberystwyth,
Chris Morrell's youngsters showed great spirit in cming from a goal down to upset
the odds and take all 3 points at Park Ave . A nervous first half from both sides
saw few chances, though Central's Rydian Davies came close early on while Coast's
Peter Jones beat 3 men in the penalty area but couldn't find the finish. Coasts
Jack Mcdougall nearly opened the scoring after good work on the right from Gavin
Jones but on 41 mins a cross from Centrals Chris Gayle led to a clearance off
the line which Ash Owens collected and smashed home to give them a half time lead.
If the first half was pretty even then the second was dominated by the Coast and
it was only a matter of time before the goals followed as Gavin and Peter Jones
both went close, Jake Evans struck just wide before a great effort from full back
Dan Davies on 61 mins drew a good save however the rebound fell to Peter Jones
who cooly knocked home the equalizer. Just 3 mins later a dangerous cross from
Osian Davies was glanced into the corner of his own net by Centrals Joe Woosencraft
to hand Coast the lead. Coast had more chances from Dan Connelly, Bryan Roberts
and Niall Butler and only the heroics of Centrals custodian kept the score down
but Coast deserved the win and made the long trip home happy.
Cup match off
Due to a rearranged Cymru Alliance fixture
at the Conwy Morfa, the Normac Precision Presidents Cup tie between Conwy Borough
vs. Rhuddlan Town reserves on Tuesday 29th January 2013, has been postponed.
tie will be rearrange for a suitable date later in February.
postponements likely at the weekend, this picture taken Wednesday morning of the
Oval at Caernarfon Town.
Action from the North Wales Reserve Premier League - Glan
Conwy vs. Rhyl. Glan Conwy move up to second in the league following their 3-2
Halkyn Cup holders Llandyrnog United are through to the semi-finals,
after beating Llanrwst United at home 3-0. A late Luke Appleby hat-trick secured
victory for the Combination Champions and current league leaders.
Sports require a goalkeeper.
Recently our goalkeeper has earned himself
a scholarship in America, therefore we are searching for a goalkeeper for the
remainder of the season, if you are interested please contact club secretary Adam
Ashe on 07884 100187
& Co. Presidents Cup Draw
Prestatyn Rovers ||v||Rhuddlan
Match - Now of Due to Frosted Pitch!
A charity football match in
aid of the St Asaph flood victims will take place on Wednesday December12th.
event, which will take place at Prestatyn Football Club, to raise money that will
go towards supporting the victims who were affected by the flooding.
which will kick off at 7pm, will see St Asaph City take on Rhyl Athletic and Prestatyn
Town at Bastion Gardens.
There will be face painting for the children, along
with many raffle prizes that have been donated by various local businesses.
entrance fee is £3 for adults and £1 for children and raffle tickets
will be sold on the night.
FAW Welsh Cup Round 4 draw
Town v Pontardawe Town / Goytre (Gwent)
Carmarthen Town v Bala Town
Town v Haverfordwest County
Flint Town v Caerau Ely
Gap Connahs Quay v Bangor
Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton
Prestatyn Town v West End
TNS v Rhyl
Ties to be played on the weekend of 26 / 27 January 2013
be aware of the forthcoming fixture;
Inter Association Under 18 Trophy
at Flint Town United FC, Cae y Castell, Marsh Lane, Flint
Wednesday 12th December 2012
to your support on the evening.
St. Asaph Floods
F.C. would like to thank Ben Edwards Secretary for Meliden F.C and his team for
their offer to help and support, following the recent flooding, also the players
of Rhos United have offered help today with the clear up, as their cup match with
St. Asaph has been postponed.
Q-Final Cup Draw
Holyhead Town vs. Bethel
Llandudno Junction vs. Caernarfon
Llansannan vs. Mochdre Sports
Prestatyn Town vs. St. Asaph
NWCFA Junior Cup Q-Final Draw will be made in early January 2013
United seek new manager - Ben Wheeler steps down
Ben Wheeler has resigned
as Manager of Rhos Utd FC and club Secretary Andy Williams has taken over as Caretaker
Manager, until a meeting can be arranged at the club to find a new Manager. The
club thanks Ben for his hard work, Ben Wheeler has indicated that he intends to
stay with Rhos, to concentrate on playing rather than team management.
Prestatyn Town ended Flint Town United's unbeaten start
to the season with a 1-0 away win at Y Cae Castell. Kieron Ellis scoring the only
goal of the match on 70 minutes for the seasiders.
Coast FA 1 North East
A stunning last minute strike from Coast's Dean Seager gave Chris Morrell's
under 18 team the minimum they deserved from their opening game against strong
favorites North East on Thursday night at Prestatyn Town. Coast dominated the
first half with Osian Davis and Jake Evans controlling the midfield and chances
for Seager, Evans, Jack Mcdougall and a couple for Gavin Jones all went begging
before they were punished after a brilliant solo run from the excellent Rhys Healey
who drew a foul in the area and dispatched the penalty himself. Coast kept good
possession and created more chances but the half came with only the one goal separating.
The second half was a more even contest as both teams had opportunities with Coasts
Dale Murphy having two goals disallowed then Easts Ziac Edwards clipped the crossbar
with a half volley before the final minute short corner which Seager smashed home
from the edge of the area. Positive performances all round and lots of good young
talent on both sides.
Park Rangers - Combination League Side
Men Strip Off For Charity
After their game on Saturday
the Mountain Men of Flint Mountain FC offered themselves as a late stand in for
a charity calendar shoot. Arranged by the 'Off Flint' Community Group, to help
raise funds for local good causes including the Flint Community Hospital. A dozen
Mountain Men stepped up, and took their kits off for a less than usual team photo.
The calendar will be on sale across the pubs and shops of Flint from November,
and include several groups of local guys and girls stripping down for charity.
Please consider supporting this good cause if you can.
Rovers F.C. who were held to a 2-2 draw at Mochdre Sports
With regards to this seasons North Wales Coast Under
18 representative side, we have a selection/trial game on Sunday 21st Oct, venue
TBC, so could you please inform all players, managers and academy directors to
forward any information on players you feel will meet the criteria.
will need to be born on or after Sept 1st 1994 to meet the criteria, so I although
I do make every effort to constantly see as many games as possible right throughout
North Wales I do always really appreciate and need assistance.
a great opportunity for players to play representative football at a top level
and compete on an excellent platform. Since I've took over we've had such a great
response from clubs and players wanting to represent the Coast, which Im very
grateful for and of course we hope is looked on as an honor for both player and
Our rep team each year play in a round-robin tournament with
North East & Central Wales association and as you can imagine, this is normally
a very high standard.
Please forward any information to firstname.lastname@example.org
or for any further information.
Cerrigydrudion 2012 - Currently Top of Division One
Llandudno Junction FC are seeking to appoint
a new first team manager. Expressions of interest, in the first instance, should
be made by e mail to email@example.com
. Closing date for applications is October 12th.
Matches Rained Off!
Number of Matches have already been called off, due to Waterlogged Pitches, the
list below will be updated on a regular basis. Games in the FAW Trophy are also
Connah's Quay Town
New Brighton Villa
North Wales Reserve Premier League - Friday 28th Sept. 2012
Borough vs. Flint Town United
Rhyl vs. Caernarfon Town (not down to the pitch,
but Rhyl cannot raise a team)
Aston Park Rangers vs. Flint
North Wales Reserves Premier League
Holders Llandudno draw Champions - Llandudno begin their quest to win the
Premier cup for a third succesive season with a tough home tie against the League
Champions GAP Connah's Quay.
Premier Cup Draw
Borough v Rhyl
Denbigh Town v Bangor City
Llandudno v GAP Connah's Quay
Caernarfon Town v Glan Conwy
Conwy Borough/Rhyl v Flint Town United
Connah's Quay v Denbigh Town/Bangor City
Prestatyn Town v Llandudno Junction
There was a mixed afternoon for our clubs in the NWCFA
Intermediate cup this afternoon. Holders Prestatyn Rovers crashed 6-2 at Llanllyfni
and Champions Rhuddlan Town went out 8-7 on penalties to Waunfawr, Dean Moss having
his spot kick saved, Mike Roose also missed a first half penalty, but gave his
side the lead early in the second half only to see the visitors deservedly equalise
on 70 minutes to force extra-time and then penalties.
of the many well taken penalties at Rhuddlan
Rhos United went down 4-2
at Llanfairfechan Town, but Betws-yn-Rhos had an excellent 3-1 win at home to
former Gwynedd League Champions Bro Goronwy, St. Asaph beat last seasons semi-finalists
Beaumaris Town 2-1, the Llanelwy side built up a 2-0 half-time lead before being
pegged back to 2-1 in the second half, but hung on for the win. St. Asaph will
now be away at Waunfawr in the next round.
action at Llanelwy
Llansannan won 3-0 at home to Conwy Borough and Mochdre
Sports defeated Bangor City 4-3
UEFA Regions Cup
Just to let you that on Weds (12th) The Wales
UEFA Regions Cup team (North Wales Coast) are to have their caps presented to
them at half-time during the Prestatyn Town Vs TNS game, at Bastion Road.
Prestatyn have very gracefully allowed us to use their facilities and so as
you have brilliantly shown an interest in us all the way through the tournament,
I just wanted to make you aware of the presentation in case you may want to take
some pictures, get info off the lads etc. etc.
Thanks for all your support
during the tournament, its very much appreciated and hopefully catch up with you
on Weds if possible.
Thanks very much
Wales Amateur Seniors Manager 2012
North Wales Coast Football
Under 18 and Senior Representative teams Manager
from Rhuddlan Town vs. Prestatyn Rovers - Mike Roose equalizes from the penalty
spot, earlier Danny Williams had given Rovers the lead after latching on to a
long ball from Russ Jones. Just before half-time Rhuddlan had the lead when Jack
Roberts shot from distance took a wicked bounce in the box and ended up in the
roof of the net. However Prestatyn came back strongly in the second half and got
a well deserved equaliser on the hour, when John Hennigan headed in a Paul Demilow
cross at the far post. More drama followed when Rovers were awarded a penalty
for handball, but Danny Williams fiercely struck spot kick was saved by Jason
Jones, who was having an outstanding game for the league champions.
later Rovers were cursing their luck as the home side regained the lead through
Tom McDougall, following a good move down the Rhuddlan right wing. Once again
Prestatyn came back pressing for the equaliser, which eventually came when Paul
Demilow cut in from the right firing in a low shot into the net via a deflection
of a defender. Prestatyn then went a out for the winner with Jamie Jones keeping
them out with a series of excellent stops, but with minutes remaining normally
deadly Mike Roose squandered a great opportunity to win the game for Rhuddlan,
but fired over the bar with a gapping goal at his mercy.
from the 1994 NWCFA Junior Cup Final - Deniolen vs. Llansannan
Friday 7th September 2012
– Kick-off Times 7:30pm
Flint Town United
win first ever point for Wales!!
The North Wales Coast FA team representing
Wales for the first time, won the first ever Welsh point in UEFA Regions Cup in
Macedonia this week at the country's third time of asking. With this being a totally
new experience, different style of football and played in 40 degree heat at kick
off, it was always going to be a big ask to bring back any points but Wales were
really a lucky break from perhaps taking 5 from the three games played in the
group against the hosts, Sweden and last time semi finalists N. Ireland. The opening
game saw Wales take on Macedonia in their own ground, match their quality and
movement, create chances and can really be aggrieved not to take at least a point
out of the match. The gamesmanship of the hosts was an eye opener and learning
curve for Wales who despite this, nearly came up with the goods. The second game
saw a brilliant, experienced Northern Ireland select team deservedly beat the
Welsh 2.1 albeit through a debatable penalty. James Hay scoring for Wales bringing
us level, however the tier 2 team, which included 2 lads about to go professional,
were made to work the whole game and indeed a late Welsh free kick almost saw
them steal a point. With injuries and suspension now playing a factor, the Welsh
team gave everything in the final game against Sweden to win that elusive point
and after a James Harper opener, despite a late Swedish equaliser, they hung on
and did the job. Overall a fantastic effort, on and off the pitch from players
who've never before experienced European tournament football and they did themselves
proud in this once in a lifetime Opportunity.
Tuesday 4th September 2012
North Wales Reserve Premier League
North Wales drew 1-1 with Hestrafors of Sweden,
James Harper scoring after 11 minutes.
South East FYROM 1-0 North Wales
Grobelnik (AUT) Stadium: Mladost, Strumica (MKD)
0-2 Eastern Region
Referee: Nikolaj Hänni (SUI) Stadium: FC
Turnovo, Strumica (MKD)
1st September 2012
FYROM 7-0 Hestrafors
Referee: Gerhard Grobelnik (AUT) Stadium:
Mladost, Strumica (MKD)
Eastern Region 2-1 North Wales
Radek Matejek (CZE) Stadium: FC Turnovo, Strumica (MKD)
F.C. - First & Reserves sides for season 2012-13
FC website is - www.clubwebsite.co.uk/caerwysfc/
Can you note that we have resurrected our match programme and request
all teams to send match info to us 7 days before the match if they can email firstname.lastname@example.org
with squad details, club history and pen pics
Night action from the North Wales Reserve Premier League
- Prestatyn Town vs. Fflint Town United.
(top) Mitch Roberts chips to score
his second goal and put Ffint 3-2 up.
Colwyn Bay have resigned from the North Wales Reserve Premier
League, the Blue Square North club were unable to find a team manager to run their
reserve side in time for the start of the season.
However the club have stated
that they are fully committed to setting up a reserve/youth team for season 2013/14.
Champions GAP Connah's Quay's match at Llandudno Junction has been
postponed, due to an electrical fault with the high voltage power cable that supplies
the changing rooms at the flyover ground.
UEFA Regions cup
Tuesday the North Wales Coast FA senior team will travel out to Macedonia to represent
Wales in the UEFA Regions cup, where they'll compete against the hosts, Sweden
an Northern Ireland.
The Coast team beat Central Wales & then Gwent
County in May to win through for the first time in their history and we now aim
to win Wales its first point in three attempts of competition in the tournament.
The UEFA Regions Cup is the Euro's of amateur football with 40 country's
across Europe representing in various locations across the continent. Our players
will win a Welsh cap, wear the full Wales strip and have the once in a lifetime
opportunity to live the life of a professional footballer.
Manager Chris Morrell
Assistants - Andy Wilmot & John Atherton
Warren Adam- Andrew Jones - Steffan Whiteley - Daniel Abbott -
Christopher Evans - James Harper - Gary Higham - Lee Beattie - James Hay - Darren
Cassidy - Andreas Alverado - Michael Jones - Daniel Mills - Asa Thomas - Peter
Evans - Samuel McDougall - Gareth Walsh - Jordan Owen
Below is a link
to se highlights of the Welsh qualifier game as well as the tournament web-page
and attached is a squad photo should you wish to use it.
The squad leaves on the Tuesday 28th
of August so any promotion or assistance you could give us would be greatly appreciated
and if you need anymore information, please feel free to contact us.
Vale of Clwyd & Conwy League Cup Draws 2012-2013
Betws-yn-Rhos v F.C. Tudno
Betws-yn-Rhos/F.C Tudno v Llandudno United
v Rhos United
Llansannan v Rhuddlan Town
Machno United v Bro Cernyw
Sports v Rhyl Athletic/Cerrigydrudion
Prestatyn Rovers v Betws-y-Coed
Hearts v Old Colwyn
Y Glannau v St. Asaph
1 (Ties played over two legs)
Betws-yn-Rhos v Old Colwyn
Betws-yn-Rhos/Old Colwyn v Prestatyn Rovers
Mochdre Sports v Llansannan
United v St. Asaph
Rhyl Athletic v Rhuddlan Town
REM Jones Cup
1 (Ties played over two legs)
Machno United v Y Glannau
Betws-y-Coed v Machno United/Y Glannau
Bro Cernyw v Llandudno United
v F.C. Tudno
Rhyl Hearts v Cerrigydrudion
Aston Park Rangers v Llanrwst United
Connah's Quay Tigers v Flint
Town United Youth
Flint Mountain v Penmaenmawr Phoenix
Prestatyn Town Youth
Caerwys v Aston Park Rangers/Llanrwst United
Quay/Flint Yth. v Llandyrnog United
Halkyn United v Flint Mountain/Penmaenmawr
Prestatyn T Youth/Meliden v Rhuddlan Town
Flint Mountain v Llanrwst United
Llandyrnog United v Aston Park Rangers
Phoenix v Caerwys
Prestatyn Town Youth v Halkyn United
United/APR v Flint Mountain/Llanrwst United
Meliden v Prestatyn Town Youth/Halkyn
Penmaenmawr/Caerwys v Flint Town United Youth
Rhuddlan Town v Connah's
North Wales Reserve Premier League
Precision Presidents Cup (all reserve sides)
Park Rangers v Rhyl
Denbigh Town v Halkyn United
Flint Town United v Connah's
GAP Connah's Quay v Caerwys
Glan Conwy v Flint Mountain
United v Caernarfon Town
Llanrwst United v Prestatyn Town
Youth v Colwyn Bay
Conwy United v Rhuddlan Town
T/Halkyn United v Flint Town United/Connah's Quay Tigers
GAP CQ/Caerwys v Llandudno
Conwy/Flint Mount. v Llandyrnog United/Caernarfon Town
Llandudno Junction v
Aston Park Rangers/Rhyl
Llanrwst Utd/Prestatyn T v Bangor City
Phoenix v Flint Town United Youth
Prestatyn Yth/Colwyn Bay v Meliden
Wales Reserve Premier League
New boy's Bangor City and Caernarfon Town
found the going tough, as they made their debuts in the league. Bangor had a baptism
of fire at GAP Connah's Quay, where Aled Reece scored a hat-trick in a 6-0 win
for the Champions at the Deeside Stadium.
Caernarfon Town also struggled at
Llandudno Junction, as Jordan Naylor struck twice in a 5-0 win for the home side.
Town host Bangor on Wednesday night, where both sides will be hoping to get their
first points on the board.
Prestatyn Town had a good win at last season's
runners up Glan Conwy and a last minute Ritchie Walker equaliser saved Flint from
a home defeat against Denbigh Town.
Llandyrnog United ruthlessly dispatched newcomers Prestatyn Town Youth 6-0 away
and five second half goals for Meliden secured a home win over Flint Mountain.
Town just edged a seven goal thriller over Halkyn United, Seb Walker was their
star player with a hat-trick.
Runners up Flint Town United Youth got off
to a good start with a 3-1 win over Llanrwst, Connah's Quay Tigers trip down the
A55 to Penmaenmawr was worthwhile as they collected an excellent 3-1 win.
Park Rangers fought out a 2-2 with Caerwys, Matty Palin equalising for the away
side eight minutes from time.
from Meliden res vs. Flint Mountain res.
am led to believe that Mr Cyril Kitching of Beaumaris has passed away, Cyril was
a person you could always rely on
He was chairman of the Anglesey League, vice
President of the NWCFA and a life member of the Welsh Alliance League.
was also involved with Beaumaris Town Football Club for many years
of rules was first class and those who knew him would / will have high respect
Although not involved as much with the game lately I know one of
his main priority was the game of Football
Thanks Cyril for having the time
to have known you and for so much advice.
A great loss to the game
Premier League results
The New Saints 1-0 Airbus UK
Bangor City 2-1
Bala Town 4-4 Newtown
CYNGHRAIR PELDROED STENA LINE GWYNEDD
LINE GWYNEDD FOOTBALL LEAGUE
I am pleased to inform you all that Stena
Line have agreed a sponsorship deal to sponsor the league for the coming season,
we are indeed very grateful to them for agreeing to do so and I must thanks
them very much.
We are now waiting for a date from them to make arrangements
to hand over the cheque and to have some
photographs taken so that both parties
can get as much publicity as is possible.
There will be a further circular
to follow, once all the arrangements have been made.
are looking for a friendly this Sat 18th Aug contact Gwyndaf on 07776058807
Junction Reserves are looking for a HOME friendly this Sat 11th Aug contact
Ian on 07591432142
New League Handbooks ready for
download in PDF, (see downloads on top left) they are in the process of being
printed and will be sent out to all clubs once they are ready. Clubs without the
A5 teamsheet books will receive them shortly.
football club are looking for a friendly for this Saturday 4th of August. Contact
Graham Hunter on
07798645950 or Secretary Sue Jones on 10745798577 or 07732593849
Llandudno Junction Reserves are looking for a friendly
this Saturday 4th Aug (away) please contact Peter on 07938823762
Town are looking for a free club this Saturday 4/8/12 who would be willing
to play a friendly at their ground against our first team. Distance no object!
Caernarfon Town FC
Harrison Breaks Leg
Point of Ayr's friendly match with
Prestatyn Town reserves was abandoned after Point keeper Brian Harrison broke
Brian is a former Prestatyn Town player and everyone at Bastion
Gardens send their best wishes to him for a full and speedy recovery. For the
record Prestatyn were leading 3-0 at the time of the accident.
Nicknames, Crests and Emblems
I am hoping to compile a companion volume
to my Football and Rugby Playing Fields of Wales, published in 2009, with a history
of team nicknames, crests and emblems. If your club has an interesting nickname
or an historic emblem, I would be very glad to hear from you so that I can include
an entry in the book. I can be contacted at the following address: Richard E.
Huws, Pantgwyn, Bont-goch, Ceredigion. SY24 5DP (01970-832566). e-mail; email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation.
Bont-goch, Ceredigion. SY24 5DP
Premier & Division One Fixtures now on fixtures page
Youth/Res team are looking for a couple of freindlies asap. Could you please
contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Ben at 07815 950986
Llandudno Junction FC are looking
for a new secretary for the forthcoming season. Previous experience is not essential
as full training and support will be given to the successful candidate. If you
are interested in joining us then please phone the Chairman, Simon Wright, on
North Wales Reserve Premier League Structure
2012/2013 confirmed at the AGM
Flint Town United
Town (application withdrawn)
Llanrwst United (Joined Vale
of Conwy Combination League)
Mochdre Sports F.C.
are looking for friendlies over the next two weeks, mid week matches & away
from home, as our pitch is out of use until the start of the season. Contact Victor
Weldridge 07903773957 or E-mail Aja_llandudno@hotmail.co.uk
Asaph football club are looking for a friendly for this Saturday 21st of July.
Contact Graham Hunter on
07798645950 or Secretary Sue Jones on 10745798577
Vale of Clwyd & Conwy League Structure
confirmed at the AGM
League Structure 2012/2013
Premier Division - 9 teams
Division One - 9 teams
Combination Reserves Division -
ASTON PARK RANGERS (Clwyd East)
CAERWYS (Clwyd East)
QUAY TIGERS (Clwyd East)
FLINT MOUNTAIN (Clwyd East)
FLINT TOWN UNITED YOUTH
HALKYN UNITED (Clwyd East)
PRESTATYN TOWN YOUTH
Abergele Dragons and
West Shore have resigned from the League.
Wales Reserve Premier League
Thursday 19th July at Colwyn Bay F.C. @ 7:30pm
Information will be posted out to all clubs during the week.
Sports FC are pleased to announce the appointment of Victor Weldridge as their
new manager for the forthcoming season. Victor brings with him a wealth of experience
and after a number of applicants the committee decided he is the best man for
Our home ground is one of the best sporting venues in North Wales.
With a recently re-surfaced playing field and a hardworking groundsman the pitch
really is second to none. We also boast top changing room facilities with a bar
area which includes a snooker table, pool table, dart board and flat screen TV.
season really is a fresh start for MSFC. Not only do we have a new manager but
also a totally new committee which includes a top ex Arsenal scout. With a number
of new sponsors already on board the future looks bright for MSFC.
are keen footballer and are looking to get involved in a decent little club please
do not hesitate to come along!
Training starts at half 6 sharp this Tuesday
the 17th of July on the Oval, Llandudno. All new faces welcome!
Welsh Cup Qualifying Round One North
Town FC v Corwen FC
Connahs Quay Town FC v Flint Mountain FC
Nomads of Connahs Quay v Kinmel Bay Sports FC
Greenfield FC v West
Gresford Athletic FC v New Brighton Villa FC
FC v Caernarfon Wanderers FC
Johnstown Youth FC v Llanuwchllyn FC
Town FC v Gaerwen FC
Lex XI FC v Machynlleth FC
Llandyrnog United FC v Bodedern
Llanfairpwll FC v Dyffryn Nantlle FC
Llanfyllin FC v Bethel
Llanllyfni FC v Castell Alun Colts FC
Llanystumdwy FC v Caerwys FC
Town FC v Blaenau Amateurs FC
Pen y Ffordd FC v Penmaenmawr Phoenix FC
FC v Acton Village FC
Presteigne St Andrews FC v Kerry FC
Bay United FC v Penley FC
Matches to be played on Saturday 18th August 2012
to Qualifying Round 2: Aberaeron, Aberbargoed Buds, Ammanford AFC, Barmouth &
Dyffryn United, Berriew, Bethesda Athletic, Bettws, Bow St FC, Brickfield Rangers,
Briton Ferry Llansawel, Brymbo FC, Builth Wells, Caerau, Caerau Ely FC, Caernarfon
Town FC, Caldicot Town AFC, Cardiff Corinthians, Carno FC, Chirk AAA FC, Coedpoeth
United, Croseyceiliog AFC, Cwmaman Institute, Denbigh Town FC Dinas Powys, Dolgellau,
Ely Rangers AFC, F.C Cefn, Four Crosses, Garden Village, Glan Conwy, Glantraeth,
Goytre FC, Gwalchmai FC, Holywell Town FC, CPD Llanberis, Llandudno Junction FC,
Llangefni Town, Llangollen Town FC, Llanidloes Town, Llanrug United Llanrwst United
FC, Llansantffraid Village, Mold Alex FC, Nefyn United FC, Newbridge-on-Wye FC,
Newport YMCA FC, Overton Recreational, Penrhiwceiber Rangers, Pwllheli FC, Rhos
Aelwyd, Tywyn Bryncrug, Venture Community FC, Waterloo Rovers, Welshpool Town
Trophy Round One North (Saturday 1st September 2012)
FC v Borras Park Rangers FC
Llanllyfni FC v Bethel FC
v St Asaph City FC
Mostyn Dragons FC v Caerwys FC
United FC v Flint Mountain FC
Talysarn Celts FC v Trearddur Bay
West Shore FC v Beaumaris Town FC
Round Two North (Saturday
29th September 2012)
Acton Village / Borras Park Rangers FC v Penley
Amlwch Town FC v Llanystumdwy / St Asaph City FC
Borras Park Albion
FC v Llanuwchllyn FC
Brickfield Rangers FC v FC Nomads of Connahs Quay
Town FC v Llanfyllin Town FC
Castell Alun Colts FC v Bodedern Athletic FC
Quay Town FC v Gwalchmai FC
Denbigh Town FC v Caernarfon Wanderers FC
Nantlle FC v Chirk AAA FC
FC Cefn v Argoed United FC
Glantraeth FC v Holywell
Greenfield FC v Kinmel Bay Sports FC
Gresford Athletic FC v Corwen
Hawarden Rangers FC v Halkyn United FC
Lex XI FC v Overton Recreational
Llanberis FC v Rhos Aelwyd FC
Llandudno Junction FC v Gaerwen FC
Town FC v Llanllyfni / Bethel FC
Llanrwst United FC v Coedpoeth United FC
FC v West Shore / Beaumaris Town FC
Mold Alex FC v Llanfairpwll FC
Dragons / Caerwys FC v Johnstown Youth FC
New Brighton Villa FC v Nefyn
Penmaenmawr Phoenix FC v Brymbo FC
Penrhyndeudraeth FC v Pen y
Rhos United / Flint Mountain FC v Llandyrnog United FC
Town FC v Llanrug United FC
Talysarn Celts / Trearddur Bay United FC v Pwllheli
Venture Community FC v Glan Conwy FC
Welsh Youth Cup Qualifying
Sunday 9th September
Brymbo FC v Brickfield Rangers
Conwy Borough v Llandyrnog United
Llanberis v Pwllhelli
Utd v Denbigh Town
Round 1 (North)
Aberystwyth Town v Llanfair
Utd / Denbigh Town
Airbus UK Broughton v Caersws
Borras Park Rangers
v Cefn Druids
Brymbo FC / Brickfield Rangers v Llanystumdwy FC
Town v Ruthin Town
Gresford Athletic v Conwy Borough / Llandyrnog
/ Pwllhelli v GAP Connah's Quay
Llandudno Town v Flint Town Utd
v Bangor City FC
Newtown AFC v Bala Town
CPD Porthmadog v
Prestatyn Town v Argoed Utd
Waterloo Rovers v Penrhyncoch
Dragons FC are looking for pre season friendlys to be played on a saturday
or mid week, Home or away. If you are interested please contact Karl Bacon - 07922504407
Athletic are looking for pre season friendlies from the14th of July onwards
but they would have to be away as our pitch is unavailable until the start of
season. Rhyl athletic are starting pre season training on Tuesday 3rd July, 6.30
pm at Coronation Gardens. Contact Dale Foxbyrne on 07983391570
Mountain F.C. are currently looking to book in some pre season friendlies,
but we would need them to be away if possible due to limited availability at our
pitch, until the season begins. Contact email@example.com
Junction FC have recently purchased a fully equipped catering trailer that
they are willing to make available to other clubs for their fundraising activities.
are prepared to pay a generous commission rate to take the hassle out of organising
All enquiries to club chairman Simon Wright on 01492 582614.
These forms must be submitted
to the FAW before 30th June 2012.
renewal season 2012/2013
All clubs in membership should have received their
renewal forms, clubs are reminded that these forms should be returned before Wednesday
May 30th 2012, the league fees do not have to be sent back with these forms, as
Aled Roberts will invoice the clubs once we know who has renewed.
requiring membership, who have not yet had forms, please contact the league. firstname.lastname@example.org
make sure these forms are returned in time as No club will be accepted after
the 30th May deadline.
Mark Goldsmith - Chairman
Coast go to
UEFA Regions Cup - Wales 2012 Final
North Wales Coast FA 2
Gwent County FA 0
For the first time in North Wales Coast history, Chris
Morrell's senior team will now represent Wales in the UEFA Regions Cup in Macedonia
in August. This national decider against strong favorites and twice previous winners
Gwent, was always going to be a difficult affair but over the 90 minutes Coast
did more than enough to come through. A nervous start saw experienced Gwent begin
strongly and only some excellent work by keeper Gary Higham kept Gwent out however
Coast began to gain possession resulting in an overhead kick from Lee Beattie
going inches wide. Both sides continued to create chances with Gwents Jamie Roach
coming close, while Beattie created 2 more opportunities however the save of the
day came when a deflection on a cross came off James Hay and somehow Higham pushed
it over the bar. The second half saw Coast settled down and in the 48th minute,
the outstanding Darren Cassidy ran passed the last defender to then chip Gwent
keeper David Preece and give Coast the lead. Only four minutes later, a well delivered
corner from Michael Jones found Stephan Whitley and he powered in the second goal
to give Coast some breathing space. Gwent worked hard to get back into the game
but failed to create any real chances with Chris Evans and Captain Danny Abbott
marshaling the defense well, indeed with all the Coast players working so hard,
they created a couple more chances to increase the lead through Asa Thomas and
Andreas Alvarado but saw it through to claim a famous victory. These grassroots
players will now represent Wales in a week long tournament against hosts Macedonia,
Sweden & Northern Ireland, an experience they'll relish and is well deserved.
Row - Adam Cassidy - Darren Cassidy - Andy Jones - Gareth Walsh - Lee Beattie
Row - Asa Thomas - Stephan Whiteley - Chris Evans - Anthony Gunther - Andeas Alverado
- Sam Mcdougall - Gary Higham
Front Row - Andy Wilmot (assist) - James Hay
- Danny Abbott - Michael Jones - Chris Morrell (manager) Warren Adam - Peter Evans
- Jon Atherton (assist)
Halkyn United FC
are pleased to announce their new management structure for the Welsh Alliance
and Clwyd Res. Combination League sides for the forthcoming 2012 - 2013 season.
Eddie Barry and Mr Rob Thelwell have been appointed as Joint Managers of the Welsh
Alliance League side.
Mr Sam Scott and Mr Andy Butler have been appointed as
Joint Managers of the Clwyd Res. Combination League.
Halkyn United FC
Clubs will be pleased to hear that the internal work
at the Pavilion is now completed. Showers, toilets and kitchen now fully operational
after a a lot of hard work and substantial fundraising.
- Sat 16th June - Fun Casino Night at Caerwys Golf Club 8pm. Contact Becky at
the golf club 01352 721222 tickets £6 in advance £7 on the door.
17th June Caerwys FC A.G.M. at the Memorial Instiute near the Bowling Club 7pm
- all welcome.
Steve Griffith (Chairman)
Park Rangers - NEWFA Horace Wynne Cup Winners 2012
HOLYWELL TOWN FC - VACANT MANAGER'S POSITION ***
Following Mike Thomas'
decision to step down as Manager at the end of last season due to work commitments,
Holywell Town Football Club are looking for an enuthsiastic new Manager to guide
them into the new Football Season and to challenge for Promotion into the Cymru
If you think this could be you or you would like to declare an interest
in the vacant Managers position, please contact Club Secretary Steve Roberts on
07843 574743 or by email on email@example.com
deadline for contacting the club is Saturday 26th May and the Club look to appoint
a new Manager in the next couple of weeks ahead of the pre-season programme.
GAME FROM EUROPE!!
U.E.F.A Regions Cup Competition
Wales Cup Final
Saturday 19th May 2012
North Wales Coast F.A. v Gwent
At Newtown FC - Kick off 2.30pm
Morrell's Senior Coast FA team travel to Newtown on the 19th of May to compete
in the UEFA Regions Cup Welsh Final for the first time in the Coast's history.
Standing in their way are the much fancied Gwent County FA who have won the past
two tournaments comfortably.
The winner of the final will go on represent
Wales in Macedonia in August where they will face the hosts, Sweden & N.Ireland
in their group. The UEFA Regions cup is based on the euros, with qualifying played
over a 2 year period and was set up by Michel Platini specifically for grassroots
players & is promoted by UEFA as the pinnacle of amateur football.
can be found at www.uefa.com/regionscup
During qualifying Coast beat Central Wales 6-1 then 5-0 plus have recently
beaten Prestatyn Town 5-1 in a preparation match, so while Gwent are very strong
favorites, Coast do go there in good spirits.
Long way to go but if
you can come and support the lads, we're certainly appreciate it!
F.C. - Salisbury & Co. Presidents Cup winners 2011/2012, also Clwyd Cup winners
and Premier Division runners up.
Town - Vale of Clwyd & Conwy League and Premier Cup winners 2012
Mountain - Sovereign Trophies Auxiliary Cup winners 2012
Conwy - Normac Precision Presidents Cup winners 2012
United require an Assistant Manager
Rhos United are looking for an
Assistant Manager to work with Manager Ben Wheeler anyone interested conact Club
Sec Andy Williams on 01492525910 or 07824833357
Changes at Halkyn United
King is stepping down as manager of our 1st team to take up a role on the committee,
with Eddie Barry and Rob Thelwell taking over the running of our 1st team.
United now have a vacancy for a reserve team manager, anyone who may be interested
in putting themselves forward to work alongside Bill, Eddie and Rob, please contact
the club secretary.
F.C. inaugural Clwyd Cup winners 2012 - (above) Meliden captain Peter Evans with
Rovers - NWCFA Intermediate Cup Winners
- North Wales Reserve Premier Cup Winners
Roberts scores from the penalty spot to equalise for Llandudno
F.C. Vale of Clwyd & Conwy runners up face Champions Rhuddlan Town on Saturday
at Prestatyn in the Clwyd Cup Final - k/o 1:00pm
Trophies Auxiliary Cup action - Dave Wilkes scores for Llannefydd (more
Connah's Quay - North Wales Reserve Premier League Champions 2012