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THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 2016


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CEREDIGION FOOTBALL RESULTS


Saturday, September 10 Welsh Cup Round 2 – Central section


Aberaeron 2-1 Montgomery Abermule 1-6 Llanuwchllyn Borth United 1-3 Welshpool Town Bow Street 0-2 Brecon Corries Carno 3-0 Knighton Town Hay St Marys 1-2 Llanrhaeadr Llanidloes Town 4-2 Berriew Newbridge on Wye 2-6 Llandrindod Wells


Rhayader Town 6-2 Machynlleth Huws Gray Alliance Caersws 0-3 Holywell Town


Flint Town United 1-6 Caernarfon Town


Gresford Athletic 6-0 Ruthin Town Holyhead Hotspur 8-1 Mold Alex Penrhyncoch 1-3 Buckley Town Porthmadog 1-5 Guilsfield


Prestatyn Town 2-1 Llanfair United Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1


Aberdyfi 0-2 Borth Utd Reserves Machynlleth Reserves 0-5 Bont Padarn United 2-6 Llanilar Tregaron 4-2 Talybont Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2


Dolgellau Reserves 8-3 Aberdyfi Reserves


Llanon 2-2 Llanilar Reserves Talybont Reserves 6-0 Padarn Reserves


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Cilgerran 6-1 Aberaeron Reserves Crannog 2-4 Llandysul Dewi Stars 4-1 St Dogmaels Felinfach 1-2 Newcastle Emlyn Lampeter 9-2 Bargod New Quay 1-6 Cardigan


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Aberporth 1-7 Pencader Llanboidy 2-2 Ffostrasol


CEREDIGION FOOTBALL FIXTURES


Saturday, September 17 Huws Gray Alliance Caersws v Prestatyn Town Denbigh Town v Mold Alex Flint Town United v Holyhead Hotspur


Gresford Athletic v Conwy Borough Guilsfield v Penrhyncoch Llanfair United v Buckley Town Porthmadog v Holywell Town Ruthin Town v Caernarfon Town Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1


Aberdyfi v Talybont Bont v Padarn United Borth Utd Reserves v Llanilar Machynlleth Reserves v Penrhyncoch Reserves


Tregaron v Bow Street Reserves Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2


Llanon v Aberdyfi Reserves Padarn Reserves v Llanilar Reserves


Talybont Reserves v Dolgellau Reserves


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Bargod v Cardigan Crannog v Lampeter


Dewi Stars v Aberaeron Reserves New Quay v Newcastle Emlyn St Dogmaels v Llandysul


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Aberporth v Ffostrasol Llanboidy v Maesglas


Ffostrasol Maesglas Pencader Llanboidy Aberporth


CEREDIGION FOOTBALL TABLES


Huws Gray Alliance P W D L GD Pts


Prestatyn Town 6 6 0 0 +20 18 Guilsfield


6 4 1 1 +11 13


Caernarfon Town 6 4 1 1 +9 13 Porthmadog Holywell Town


6 4 0 2 +5 12 6 3 2 1 +4 11


Flint Town United 6 3 1 2 +8 10 Caersws


Buckley Town


6 3 1 2 +2 10 6 3 1 2 -2 10


Conwy Borough 6 3 0 3 -4 9 Denbigh Town


6 2 1 3 -5 7


Holyhead Hotspur 6 1 3 2 +4 6 Gresford Athletic 6 2 0 4 +2 6 Penrhyncoch Llanfair United Mold Alex


Ruthin Town


6 1 1 4 -1 4 6 1 1 4 -7 4 6 1 0 5 -30 3 6 0 1 5 -16 1


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Llandysul Cardigan Lampeter Cilgerran


P W D L GD Pts 4 4 0 0 +14 12 4 3 0 1 +12 9 4 3 0 1 +11 9 4 2 1 1 +4 7


Newcastle Emlyn 4 2 1 1 +1 7 Felinfach Crannog


Dewi Stars St Dogmaels


4 2 0 2 +1 6 4 1 1 2 -7 4 3 1 0 2 -1 3 4 1 0 3 -7 3


Aberaeron Res. 3 1 0 2 -10 3 New Quay Bargod


2 0 1 1 -5 1 4 0 0 4 -13 0


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


P W D L GD Pts 4 2 2 0 +4 8 3 2 0 1 +3 6 2 1 1 0 +6 4 2 0 1 1 -3 1 3 0 0 3 -10 0


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1 P W D L GD Pts 7 6 1 0 +28 19


Bont


Bow Street Res. 5 4 0 1 +9 12 Talybont Aberdyfi Tregaron


Padarn United Borth Utd Res. Llanilar


6 3 2 1 +2 11 6 3 1 2 +2 10 6 3 0 3 +6 9 6 2 1 3 -6 7 6 2 0 4 -13 6 5 1 1 3 -1 4


Machynlleth Res. 6 1 0 5 -19 3 Penrhyncoch Res. 3 0 0 3 -8 0


Mid Wales League - Division 2 P W D L GD Pts 2 2 0 0 +20 6 1 1 0 0 +5 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 -5 1 2 0 1 1 -6 1 2 0 1 1 -14 1


Talybont Res. Dolgellau Res. Llanilar Res. Aberdyfi Res. Padarn Res. Llanon


79 Sport Aber meet Bluebirds in cup ABERYSTWYTH TOWN will


play Haverfordwest Town in the second round of the Nathaniel MG Cup.


The draw for the second round was


made on Thursday, September 8, and means a return to Haverfordwest for Aberystwyth’s Wayne Jones. Jones managed the Bluebirds in


the Welsh Premier League last season before moving to Aberystwyth. A number of former Bluebirds


players also made the move with Jones to Aberystwyth and they will be keen to show their former employers what they are missing. Haverfordwest are currently


battling it out in Division One of the Welsh League but will be relishing the chance to prove themselves once more against WPL opposition. The match is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, October 4.


Haverfordwest County put six past


fellow Welsh League side Port Talbot Town in the first round on Tuesday, September 6, and will be looking forward to the game with Aber. Aberystwyth Town were given a


much tougher time in their first round match as they played local rivals Penrhyncoch but they eventually came out on top with 2-1 win away from home.


The draw in full:


• Haverfordwest County v Aberystwyth Town


• Carmarthen Town v Goytre FC


• Barry Town United v Cardiff Met


• The New Saints v Bala Town • Guilsfield FC v Newtown AFC


• Cefn Druids v Bangor City • Gap Connah’s Quay v


Bell scores at the wrong end as Aber lose Aberystwyth Town


Carmarthen Town


0 3


AN OWN GOAL from Aber’s


Will Bell (12 minutes), and further strikes from Kieran Lewis (64 minutes) and Liam Thomas (71 minutes) consigned Aber to defeat at Latham Park on Saturday (Sept 10). On a sunny afternoon in Newtown,


Aber started purposefully with Luke Borrelli threatening with an early strike off target. Joe Clarke tested Lee Idzi with a


long range lob and at the other end, Kieron Lewis’ corner was headed wide by ex Aber striker Mark Jones. The visitors were then gifted an


early lead when a cross from the right was headed into his own net by the unfortunate Bell, and the game swung in Carmarthen’s favour. They went on to dominate the next


period with Lewis Harling bringing a great save out of Dominic Richards,


Dave Vincent testing his handiwork with a header and Declan Carroll going close. Geoff Kellaway was trying to


create openings with his running but there was precious little room in midfield for Aber to develop more than half chances. A late rally from Aber saw Kurtis


March sending a shot just wide, Sam Rodon heading wide from a Chris Jones corner, Kellaway flashing a shot wide and Rodon being denied by a goal line clearance, but for their disciplined performance Carmarthen deserved the lead at half time. The hosts threatened again early in


the second half with cross after cross being fired into the Carmarthen box, but to no avail. Bell headed over from another


Jones corner, as did Rodon from a subsequent set piece. Meanwhile at the other end a great


save from Richards denied Carroll, then back came Aber with Kellaway


Denbigh Town


• Llandudno FC v Rhyl FC Ties to be played on October 4.


setting up Blake Davies and Borrelli also threatening the visitors’ keeper. However, streetwise Carmarthen


killed the game twenty minutes in when Mark Jones slid Lewis down the right flank, and he finished confidently for 2-0. Aber were really up against it


now but still they kept coming with Kellaway having a shot deflected for a corner, and Davies drawing a save from Idzi. Then came the killer blow as Jones


ran to the touchline and pulled the ball back for Liam Thomas to score Carmarthen’s third, and the Black and Greens’ misery was complete. Late chances for Bell and


Joe Clarke could not mask a very disappointing performance and result for Aberystwyth Town. Town Manager Matthew Bishop


will be looking for a response next weekend as Aber travel north once more to face Gap Connah’s Quay on Sunday (Sept 18) with a 3pm kick off.


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