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THE HERALD FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 2016


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CEREDIGION FOOTBALL RESULTS


Saturday, October 1 Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1


Bow Street Reserves 2-4 Bont Tregaron 6-5 Aberdyfi


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2


Aberdyfi Reserves 2-1 Llanilar Reserves


Padarn Reserves 6-0 Llanon


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Bargod 1-1 New Quay Felinfach 0-8 Crannog Llandysul 7-0 Cilgerran St Dogmaels 5-3 Dewi Stars


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Ffostrasol 5-1 Pencader Maesglas 6-2 Aberporth SDUC 0-14 Llanboidy


Mid Wales League - Division 1 Berriew 3-0 Radnor Valley Hay St Marys 4-0 Machynlleth Knighton 3-2 Tywyn Bryncrug Montgomery 1-2 Bow Street


Mid Wales League - Division 2 Abermule 6-1 Presteigne Aberystwyth University 0-3 Builth Wells


Churchstoke 9-3 Newbridge on Wye


Four Crosses 1-3 Kerry


Llansantffraid Village 1-0 Dyffryn Banw


Penybont 0-5 Borth United CEREDIGION FOOTBALL FIXTURES


Saturday, October 8 Cambrian Tyres League - Division 1 Aber Univ Reserves v Talybont Aberdyfi v Penrhyncoch Reserves Llanilar v Bow Street Reserves


Padarn United v Machynlleth Reserves Tregaron v Borth Utd Reserves


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2 Aber Univ III v Dolgellau Reserves Talybont Reserves v Llanilar Reserves


J. Emrys Morgan Cup - 1st Round Lampeter v Meifod


League Cup - 2nd Round Bargod v Llandysul Crannog v Maesglas Felinfach v Cilgerran


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Aberaeron Res v St Dogmaels Cardigan v New Quay NCE v Dewi Stars


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Pencader v Llanboidy SDUC v Aberporth


Mid Wales League – Division One Radnor Valley v Aberaeron


Mid Wales League Cup – Round 1 Aberystwyth University v Llanrhaeadr Borth United v Machynlleth Bow Street v Penybont Dolgellau v Tywyn Bryncrug Four Crosses v Knighton Hay St Marys v Montgomery Llansantffraid v Berriew


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 9 8 1 0 +31 25 7 4 2 1 +6 14


Talybont


Bow Street Res. 7 4 1 2 +7 13 Tregaron Aberdyfi Llanilar


Padarn United


8 4 1 3 +7 13 8 3 1 4 -3 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 Res.4 0 0 4 -9 0


Cambrian Tyres League - Division 2 P W D L GD Pts 4 2 1 1 +1 7 3 2 0 1 +17 6 2 2 0 0 +8 6 4 1 1 2 -5 4 3 0 1 2 -2 1 4 1 1 2 -19 1


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


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 1


Llandysul Lampeter Cardigan


P W D L GD Pts 6 6 0 0 +26 18 6 5 0 1 +18 15 6 4 1 1 +13 13


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


St Dogmaels New Quay


5 2 1 2 -3 7 6 2 1 3 -4 7 6 2 1 3 -7 7 5 2 0 3 +1 6 6 2 0 4 -10 6 5 0 3 2 -10 3


Aberaeron Res. 6 1 0 5 -17 3 Bargod


6 0 2 4 -13 2


Ceredigion Costcutter League - Division 2


Ffostrasol Maesglas Llanboidy Pencader SDUC


Aberporth


P W D L GD Pts 6 4 2 0 +12 14 5 4 0 1 +8 12 4 1 1 2 +10 4 3 1 1 1 +2 4 1 0 0 1 -14 0 5 0 0 5 -18 0


Mid Wales League Division 1 P W D L GD Pts


Rhayader Town 10 8 2 0 +20 26 Berriew Carno


Llanrhaeadr Bow Street Knighton


Hay St Marys Aberaeron Machynlleth


10 7 1 2 +23 22 9 5 2 2 +8 17 8 5 1 2 +14 16 9 5 1 3 +6 16 10 5 1 4 0 16 9 4 3 2 +8 15 9 4 3 2 +5 15 10 4 1 5 -9 13


LlandrindodWells9 3 2 4 -12 11 Radnor Valley


9 2 3 4 -6 9


Llanidloes Town 8 1 3 4 -9 6 Tywyn Bryncrug 9 1 1 7 -14 4 Montgomery Welshpool


8 1 0 7 -14 3 9 1 0 8 -20 3


Mid Wales League Division 2 P W D L GD Pts 9 6 0 3 +7 18 9 5 2 2 +11 17 7 5 2 0 +11 17 9 3 5 1 +11 14 7 4 2 1 +6 14 9 3 3 3 0 12 8 3 2 3 +5 11 8 3 1 4 0 10


BuilthWells Kerry


Borth United Abermule Dolgellau


Llansantffraid Churchstoke Four Crosses


NewbridgeWye 7 3 1 3 -3 10 Presteigne


Dyffryn Banw Penybont


8 2 2 4 -9 8 7 1 0 6 -12 3 9 0 2 7 -24 2


Aberystwyth Uni 1 0 0 1 -3 0 ABERYSTWYTH TOWN are


delighted to announce the signing of former Swansea City, Wrexham and Wales Under 21 International Dan Alfei, following his release from the Swans in the summer. Alfei, a defender, started his career


at his hometown club Swansea City, making his professional debut in a 4-0 FA Cup victory against Colchester United in 2011. He also boasts a wealth of


both National League and Football League experience, having enjoyed loan spells at Wrexham, Portsmouth, Northampton Town and, most recently, Mansfield Town in League Two,


before being released by his parent club this summer. The full back has also


represented his country at Under 17, 19 and 21 level, amassing 37 caps in the process. He is renowned for his excellent defensive work and is not afraid to get forward, scoring four goals at international level in the process. All at the club would


like to extend a warm welcome to him and hope his stay in Black and Green is a successful one.


79 Sport Former Swan signs for Aber town


Dan Alfei: Joins the Black and Greens


Aberystwyth Town The New Saints


Aber no match for TNS


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ABERYSTWYTH TOWN


became the latest victims of the TNS juggernaut as the Champions Elect strolled to a 5-1 win at Latham Park, thanks to a hat trick from Greg Draper and further goals from Steve Saunders and Aeron Edwards, although Chris Jones’ late penalty brought a little light relief to Town supporters on a difficult afternoon. New signing Dan Alfei went


straight into the side, with keeper Dom Richards, Lewis Coyle and Luke Borrelli also coming in. Early signs were encouraging as


the Black and Greens concentrated hard on their shape and tactics, denying the visitors any attempts on goal.


Town even created the first


chance when Chris Jones’ corner was smashed back across goal by Borrelli, and past the post. At the other end, Richards saved


TNS’ first shot on target by Edwards, and then made a great save to deny Alex Darlington - but, in the 22nd minute, the deadlock was broken.


Draper looked suspiciously


offside as he tapped in the opener from a right wing cross and then, two minutes later, Simon Spender sent in a peach of a ball from the right side which Draper headed home easily. This two goal salvo was a body


blow for the hosts and, although Borrelli burst through to force a save from Paul Harrison in TNS’ goal, Draper, Edwards and Steve Saunders went close for the Saints and they were good value for a 2-0 half time lead.


An open second half saw chances


at both ends. First, Coyle sent in a low shot for Aber which tested Harrison’s handiwork, then Man of the Match Richards thwarted Darlington again with an astounding stop. Sam Rodon’s header was


narrowing towards the top corner before Harrison intervened, and then the rampaging Coyle necessitated three visiting defenders to deny a chance. In the 62nd minute, Jamie Mullan


found space down the left and knocked the ball back for Edwards to fire home a stunning 30 yarder to kill off the game as a contest. Edwards,


Ryan Brobbel and Draper all went close while Borrelli’s 35 yarder was a riposte which flew past the target. TNS Sub Phil Baker’s first touch


was deflected onto the post by an Aber defender, and then Richards saved from Edwards’ low down and Robbie Parry. In the 82nd minute, Steve


Saunders somehow managed to get his head to a corner at the back post for four, before Spender fouled Jones in the box and the ex TNS Man stepped up to smash home the 85th minute pen, much to the delight of home fans, not to mention Owen Williams’ stag do in the Executive Box. Sadly for Aber, Draper headed


home a right wing cross in the 94th minute which re-established the four goal margin. The Black and Greens therefore


end a run of ten Dafabet WPL away games in the bottom two, and yet a point off the Top Six as things stand. Six home matches beckon, starting


with the Big Official Opening of the 3G next Friday (Oct 14) at home to Rhyl, and Aber’s home form will decide their destiny in this season’s WPL.


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