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THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 2016


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CEREDIGION FOOTBALL RESULTS Saturday, September 24


Dai Davies Memorial Cup – Round 1


Aberporth 5-2 Machynlleth Reserves


Bont 5-0 Maesglas


Bow Street Reserves 2-3 Pencader Cilgerran 6-3 Dewi Stars Crannog 13-1 Llanon Ffostrasol 4-4 Padarn United Padarn won 5-4 on pens. Penrhyncoch Reserves 1-6 Lampeter


St Dogmaels 3-2 Bargod Talybont 2-1 Llanboidy Tregaron 0-4 Llandysul


Huws Gray Alliance Ruthin Town 0-1 Penrhyncoch


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Aberaeron Reserves 0-1 Cardigan Felinfach 1-1 New Quay


Mid Wales League Division One Carno 3-0 Bow Street Knighton 3- 1 Welshpool Llanrhaeadr 4-1 Aberaeron Machynlleth 3-0 Radnor Valley Tywyn Bryncrug 4-1 Montgomery


Llansantffraid Village 1-1 Abermule Cardigan Lampeter


Mid Wales League Division Two Borth United 1-0 Four Crosses Builth Wells 0-4 Kerry Churchstoke 2-0 Dyffryn Banw Dolgellau 2-0 Penybont


CEREDIGION FOOTBALL FIXTURES


Saturday, October 1 Welsh Cup Round 1 Aberaeron v Caldicot Town Penrhyncoch v FC Nomads


Cambrian Tyres League Division 1 Bow Street Reserves v Bont Llanilar v Penrhyncoch Reserves Machynlleth Reserves v Talybont Tregaron v Aberdyfi


Cambrian Tyres League Division 2 Aberdyfi Reserves v Llanilar Reserves Padarn Reserves v Llanon


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Bargod v New Quay Felinfach v Crannog


Lampeter v Aberaeron Reserves Llandysul v Cilgerran St Dogmaels v Dewi Stars


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Ffostrasol v Pencader Maesglas v Aberporth SDUC v Llanboidy


Mid Wales League Division 1 Berriew v Radnor Valley Hay St Marys v Machynlleth Knighton v Tywyn Bryncrug Montgomery v Bow Street


Mid Wales League Division 2 Abermule v Presteigne


Aberystwyth University v Builth Wells Churchstoke v Newbridge on Wye Four Crosses v Kerry


Llansantffraid Village v Dyffryn Banw Penybont v Borth United


CEREDIGION FOOTBALL TABLES


Huws Gray Alliance P W D L GD Pts


Prestatyn Town 7 7 0 0 +23 21 Caernarfon Town 8 6 1 1 +12 19 Porthmadog


Flint Town United 8 5 1 2 +14 16 Guilsfield


Holywell Town 8 4 2 2 +4 14 Caersws


8 6 0 2 +10 18 8 5 1 2 +13 16 8 4 1 3 +1 13


Gresford Athletic 8 4 0 4 +9 12 Llanfair United 8 3 1 4 -5 10 Buckley Town 8 3 1 4 -6 10 Conwy Boroug 8 3 0 5 -12 9 Denbigh Town 8 2 2 4 -6 8 Penrhyncoch


Holyhead Hotspur8 1 3 4 -2 4 Mold Alex


9 2 1 6 -5 7 7 1 1 5 -30 4


Ruthin Town Bont 9 0 1 8 -19 1


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1 P W D L GD Pts 8 7 1 0 +29 22 7 4 2 1 +6 14


Talybont


Bow Street Res. 6 4 1 1 +9 13 Tregaron Aberdyfi Llanilar


Padarn United


7 3 1 3 +6 10 7 3 1 3 -2 10 6 2 1 3 +2 7 7 2 1 4 -7 7


Borth Utd Res. 7 2 0 5 -16 6 Machynlleth Res. 7 2 0 5 -18 6 Penrhyncoch Rs. 4 0 0 4 -9 0


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2 P W D L GD Pts 3 2 0 1 +17 6 2 2 0 0 +8 6 3 1 1 1 -5 4 2 0 1 1 -1 1 3 0 1 2 -6 1 3 1 1 1 -13 1


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


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Llandysul


P W D L GD Pts 5 5 0 0 +19 15 6 4 1 1 +13 13 5 4 0 1 +16 12


Newcastle Emlyn 5 3 1 1 +6 10 Cilgerran Felinfach Dewi Stars Crannog


St Dogmaels


4 2 1 1 +4 7 5 2 1 2 +1 7 4 2 0 2 +3 6 5 1 1 3 -12 4 5 1 0 4 -12 3


Aberaeron Res. 5 1 0 4 -15 3 New Quay Bargod


4 0 2 2 -10 2 5 0 1 4 -13 1


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Ffostrasol Maesglas Pencader Llanboidy Aberporth


P W D L GD Pts 5 3 2 0 +8 11 4 3 0 1 +4 9 2 1 1 0 +6 4 3 0 1 2 -41 4 0 0 4 -14 0


Mid Wales League - Division 1 P W D L GD Pts


Rhayader Town 10 8 2 0 +20 26 Berriew Carno


Llanrhaeadr Aberaeron Bow Street Knighton


Machynlleth Hay St Marys Llandrindod Radnor Valley


9 6 1 2 +20 19 9 5 2 2 +8 17 8 5 1 2 +14 16 9 4 3 2 +5 15 8 4 1 3 +5 13 9 4 1 4 -1 13 9 4 1 4 -5 13 8 3 3 2 +4 12 9 3 2 4 -12 11 8 2 3 3 -3 9


Llanidloes Town 8 1 3 4 -9 6 Tywyn Bryncrug 8 1 1 6 -13 4 Montgomery Welshpool


7 1 0 6 -13 3 9 1 0 8 -20 3


Mid Wales League - Division 2 P W D L GD Pts 8 5 0 3 +4 15 8 4 2 2 +9 14 6 4 2 0 +6 14 7 4 2 1 +6 14 8 2 5 1 +6 11


Builth Wells Kerry


Borth United Dolgellau Abermule


Newbridge o Wye 6 3 1 2 +3 10 Four Crosses


Llansantffraid Vil 8 2 3 3 -1 9 Churchstoke Presteigne


Dyffryn Banw Penybont


7 2 2 3 -4 8 6 1 0 5 -11 3 8 0 2 6 -19 2


7 3 1 3 +2 10 7 2 2 3 -1 8


79 Sport Baker’s volley crumbles Aber Cardiff Met Aberystwyth Town


1 0


CHRIS BAKER’S spectacular


62nd minute looping volley was enough to beat the Black and Greens at Cyncoed, and it was a rare moment of quality in a generally low key match which brought Aber back down to Earth after Tuesday’s (September 20) heroics at Carmarthen. Town, already missing Luke


Borrelli through suspension, were dealt a tough blow on seven minutes when midweek star Geoff Kellaway was forced off with an injury; neverthless, the visitors looked the better side before the break, creating some promising openings and restricting Met to a few half chances. Chris Jones turned to set up sub


Blake Davies, but his shot went wide. Jonathan Evans then cut inside to shoot over, and Captain Luke Sherbon, playing through the pain rattled the crossbar with a sumptuous volley.


At the other end, Davies headed


Charlie Corsby’s effort clear but then back came Aber as Jones sent a thrilling free kick fizzing just over the bar. Sherbon saw a header cleared


off the line, and then Evans again tested Will Fuller in Met’s goal with a low strike. Then, just before the break, a


lovely move by Met earned Adam Roscrow an opening but he screwed his shot wide, and Aber ended the half probably ahead on points, but level on goals scored, nil nil. If Town fans harboured a


niggling feeling that their side might regret not scoring when they were on top, they were proved right in the second half as Aber’s performance levels dropped. Roscrow brought a save out of


visiting keeper Chris Mullock with a low strike from out on the right, but then sub Baker found some space out on the left edge of the area and curled in a right footed pearler which lobbed over Mullock and into the net to open the scoring. In response, Chris Jones


galloped down the left but Fuller parried his shot for a corner, before Ricky Watts on the right flank also tested Cardiff Met’s netminder. Mullock pulled off an excellent


save to deny Roscrow, who looked certain to double the lead, and 20 minutes remained for Aber to get back into things. Baker sent another shot flashing


wide before John Littlemore tested Mullock’s handiwork with a looping header and, when back at the other end, Jones sent a 25 yarder wide for Aber the game was up. Mullock still needed to show good agility to deny Jordan Lam’s left footed strike, and Met had earned a 1-0 win. Although neither side were on


top form this evening, Cardiff Met were able to provide one moment of quality to take all three points, while Aber are left to reflect on a second half which did not live up to Tuesday night’s high standards. Next up for Manager Matthew


Bishop and his men is a home match against Champions The New Saints, at Newtown on Saturday (Oct 1), kicking off at 2.30pm.


Roosters back to winning ways


Huws Gray Alliance Ruthin Town Penrhyncoch


0 1


PENYRHYNCOCH returned


to winning ways on Saturday (Sept 24) as they beat Ruthin Town 1-0. During the first half, neither side


were able to create any clear cut chances but it was the Roosters who came close when Florin Burcea shot over the bar. Ruthin also had a number of chances towards the end of the half


but Cai Parry shot over and Will Owen dragged a shot wide when through on goal. It was still 0-0 when the half


time whistle went and the game was still there to be won for both sides. There was little action in the


second half until 10 minutes from time when Penrhyncoch were awarded a penalty after Burcea was brought down in the box. Unfortunately for Burcea, he


sustained a dislocated shoulder and had to be replaced by Harri Horwood.


All at The Ceredigion Herald wish Burcea a speedy recovery. Following lengthy treatment, the


task of converting the penalty was left to Mark Gornall and he did so to give the Roosters the lead. They held on and were able


to celebrate a first success since August 20. They will take a break from


league action on Saturday (Oct 1) as they take part in the first round of the Welsh Cup at home to FC Nomads.


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