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Thursday 20th June 2019

 



John Treleven
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Jun 20, 2019, 4:00 PM

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Inter-Island Games

Thursday 20th June 2019 (women's rest day)

11.30 at Aberffaw (9th/10th play-off)
Western Isles Men 2 (Eachainn Miller 2, Robert Shirkie 86); St. Helena 1 (Rico Benjamin 50) att ?

1.00 at Glantraeth (7th/8th play-off)
Orkney Men 1 (Owen Rendall 83); Alderney 2 (Josh McCulloch 40, Joe Blackham 87) att ?

2.00 at Bodedern (5th/6th play-off)
Jersey Men 3 (Jay Giles 3, Kieran Lester 20, Adam Trotter 82); Hitra 1 (Sindre Saetherbo-Kvakland 55) att 100

4.30 at Gwalchmai (Semi-Final)
Isle of Man Men 2 (Rhys Oates 50, Clive Bass 70); Guernsey 3 Will Fazakerley 14, Matt Loaring (2) 43, 80) att ?

7.30 at Llangefni (Semi-Final)
Ynys Mon Men 2 (Sam Jones (2) 10, 40); Shetland 1 (A.N. Other 60) att ?



Friday 21st June 2019

11.30 at Amlwch (3rd/4th play-off)
Hitra Women v Jersey

2.00 at Gwalchmai (3rd/4th play-off)
Shetland Men v Isle of Man

3.30 at Holyhead Hotspur (Final)
Isle of Man Women v Ynys Mon

6.30 at Holyhead Hotspur (Final)
Ynys Mon Men v Guernsey


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Wiretown.Editor
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Jun 20, 2019, 11:16 PM

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Team(s): Warrington Town are #1, Leeds Utd, Stranraer, Matlock Tn, Warrington Wolves

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Llandyrnog & District Village Clubs Summer League
Henllan 9 Clwaddnewydd 0
No admission, prog 50p, raffle 1
Tea 60p, hot dogs and snacks available
Att. 40 appx.


As one sided as the score suggests, possibly even more so. Henllan were too quick and skillfully for Clawdd but hats off for their never stop trying attitude. Reports suggest Llangynhafl had won again to stay three point clear of Henllan and with a far better goal difference. The two sides meet next week.

Called in at The Llindir after the game with Heavy Industry Freak Chick superb


LLD
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Jun 21, 2019, 12:28 AM

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Pre Season Friendly
Duns 1-4 Tweedmouth Rangers
at New Hawthorn Park, Duns
Admission by donation, no programme, refreshments available
Attendance c70

Got my 2019-20 campaign underway with this cross border local derby, a whole twelve days after the curtain fell on season 2018-19.
It was a sunny if not particularly warm evening in this pleasant corner of Berwickshire, with this very early pre-season friendly attracting a reasonable crowd.
Situated adjacent to Berwick Rangers a few miles into England, Tweedmouth Rangers play their football in the East of Scotland League, where they have been one of the weaker sides since their admission a couple of years back. They took a number of hefty beatings last season, including a 16-0 demolition at the hands of Hill of Beath Hawthorn.
Duns are a former East of Scotland League side, who dropped back to the Border Amateur League after struggling to attract players of the necessary calibre willing to do the necessary travelling.
Having said that, they did field Dougie Brydon, who was in the Berwick Rangers side that surrendered their SPFL status just a few short weeks ago.
The 'Dingers' started well and scored first, but after the first twenty minutes or so Tweedmouth were the better side.
They ran out comfortable winners with two goals on either side of the interval, scoring a couple of decent goals in the process. Their second was a lovely team goal involving neat interchange of passing.
It remains to be seen whether they can translate this promising, but very early showing, into an improved performance in the League in the new season.
New Hawthorn Park comes recommended. It's been Duns home ground since 2016(?), prior to which they played East of Scotland League games a short walk away at the new Berwickshire High School.
Viewing is possible from two-and-a-bit sides and there is both standing cover and a small seated stand. It is amongst the best amateur club grounds in Scotland and would be one of the better East of Scotland League grounds if they got back to that level.
No hot food on sale but hot and cold drinks are available. Duns issued programmes in their East of Scotland days but no longer do so.



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LeedsPhil
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Jun 21, 2019, 1:24 AM

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Duns are a former East of Scotland League side, who dropped back to the Border Amateur League after struggling to attract players of the necessary calibre willing to do the necessary travelling.

New Hawthorn Park comes recommended. It's been Duns home ground since 2016(?), prior to which they played East of Scotland League games a short walk away at the new Berwickshire High School.


Duns' last across the road at Berwickshire HS was 29th March 2014. I made the pilgrimage and did a WDYG.

They then played EoSFL at New Hawthorn for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons before announcing in summer 2016 that they'd be dropping to the Border Amateurs.


John Treleven
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11.30 at Aberffaw (9th/10th play-off)
Western Isles Men 2 (Eachainn Miller 2, Robert Shirkie 86); St. Helena 1 (Rico Benjamin 50) att 138

7.30 at Llangefni (Semi-Final)
Ynys Mon Men 2 (Sam Jones (2) 10, 43); Shetland 1 (Ronan Grant 58) att 1,506


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LLD
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Jun 21, 2019, 10:29 AM

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Duns are a former East of Scotland League side, who dropped back to the Border Amateur League after struggling to attract players of the necessary calibre willing to do the necessary travelling.

New Hawthorn Park comes recommended. It's been Duns home ground since 2016(?), prior to which they played East of Scotland League games a short walk away at the new Berwickshire High School.


Duns' last across the road at Berwickshire HS was 29th March 2014. I made the pilgrimage and did a WDYG.

They then played EoSFL at New Hawthorn for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons before announcing in summer 2016 that they'd be dropping to the Border Amateurs.


Cheers Phil, I had a Livingston team at Berwickshire HS for a pre season friendly at one point, but didn't think it was quite as far back.



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Ipeland
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Jun 23, 2019, 6:05 PM

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2.00 at Bodedern (5th/6th play-off)
Jersey Men 3 (Jay Giles 3, Kieran Lester 20, Adam Trotter 82); Hitra 1 (Sindre Saetherbo-Kvakland 55) att 100

4.30 at Gwalchmai (Semi-Final)
Isle of Man Men 2 (Rhys Oates 50, Clive Bass 70); Guernsey 3 Will Fazakerley 14, Matt Loaring (2) 43, 80) att not sure but overheard someone did a h/c of 216

7.30 at Llangefni (Semi-Final)
Ynys Mon Men 2 (Sam Jones (2) 10, 40); Shetland 1 (A.N. Other 60) att 1,506


Went to the last three of the day's matches on Anglesey. Long day with all the driving but still a good day out.

Jersey v Hitra was probably the most one-sided match of the day as I had expected, Jersey in control for most of the match and missed a few good chances to make it 3-0. After Hitra got one back they had their best spell and it looked like they might equalise but a fairly tame shot late on put paid to that. Decent little ground off the main road through the village, small seated stand at the far end, rail and hard standing along most of the pitch, club tea wagon with hot food on offer. Some of the Ynys Mon squad watching as well as one of the Chester managers watching a mate from what I overheard.

IoM v Guernsey was a decent match despite being affected by the wind somewhat. Guernsey were on top in the first half with the wind behind them but IoM came back quickly when they changed ends, final 15 or so minutes were end to end with Guernsey securing a fairly shock result. Ground located behind some social housing, two little bits of covered terracing on far side with another opposite, hard standing and fully railed all around the pitch, tea bar in the changing room building which also has hot food.

Ynys Mon v Shetland was closer than I had expected, with it looking like the Shetlands would've been able to make a comeback after their goal and potentially see the first ET and penalties of the tournament, but the hosts held off the pressure and advanced to the final. Best ground of the day in terms of facilities, can certainly see that they were in the Welsh Prem not too long ago. Two fairly large seated stands on opposite sides, one smaller than the other, a section of shallow covered terracing next to the entrance with some flat covered standing at the far end, tea bar located in a portacabin whilst cans of beer were being sold from a tent.



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