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Welsh Premier Women's League ' Fixtures 2012/13


Mister TwoU
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Jul 16, 2012, 4:34 PM

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Welsh Premier Women's League ' Fixtures 2012/13 Can't Post or Reply Privately

September 16th will see the first ever fully national Welsh Premier Women's League matches played.
The League will consist of twelve teams with Llandudno Junction Ladies and Cardiff City FC joining the other ten member clubs from last season's North and South Conferences.
The first weekend of fixtures will give Wrexham an early opportunity to avenge their play -off defeat against Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies (formerly known as UWIC Ladies) as well as five other mouth-watering matches.
Men's National Team Manager, Chris Coleman is a firm believer in this new development:
'I wish the new format every success. The fact that the League will be truly national for the first time indicates the growth in interest and standard of women's football in Wales'.
Women's National Team Manager Jarmo Matikainen has also given the development the big thumbs-up:
'The move to get our league national is vital. This can only be good for the women's game in Wales'.

Professional cretin.
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Swindon Addick
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Jul 18, 2012, 11:00 PM

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Re: [Mister TwoU] Welsh Premier Women's League ' Fixtures 2012/13 [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

I assume the Cardiff City who are joining the league are the relatively recently-formed team from the South Wales league who are part of the slightly more famous Cardiff City. As opposed to the other Cardiff City, who used to be associated with the Bluebirds but split from them and were allowed to keep the name.

At least in this case one club plays in Wales and the other in England. Unlike the time a few years ago when there were two Norwich Citys in the same division.

Cambridge City - on a tour of places we've never heard of and can't spell.


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