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Friday 26th April 2019

 



John Treleven
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Apr 26, 2019, 9:11 PM

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Jersey U18 2 (24 & 68), Solomon Islands 3 (32, 55 & 58)
att 133
no programme, only media teamsheets

both Jersey goals scored by Sol Solomon !!!


hipkissexpress
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Apr 26, 2019, 11:09 PM

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Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League
Presidents Cup Final (played @ Denbigh Town)
Llandudno Athletic 2-0 Abergele FC
Admission £3, no programme
Att: 87 (h/c)

Took the opportunity to visit Central Park for the first time in 13 years. The most noticeable change is the old terrace has been expanded and made into an all seater stand. The famous lettering has also been painted over. There is also a new clubhouse in the ground.

The game, as expected, wasn't the greatest. Lots of hoofball but a goal in each half settled the match. Llandudno did provide the rare moments of quality and the Abergele 'keeper managed, by luck or judgement, in the very wet conditions, to keep the score respectable.

This is the second time inside three weeks Llandudno have beaten Abergele in a cup final.

Pre-match was spent in Y Goran Fach, a local microbrewery. Their Cwrw Du'nbych porter was very pleasant indeed.



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barcud-coch
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Apr 27, 2019, 12:10 AM

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Bow Street 4 Machynlleth 1

Victoria Avenue: Welsh Beef and Lamb Mid Wales Youth League Cup Final

This was my first visit to this historic ground since the opening weeks of the current campaign. On that occasion, I witnessed Llanidloes Town entertain Radnor Valley in a top of the table MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League First Division fixture. The visiting Goats headed into a 3-0 lead before having to withstand some late pressure from the Daffs to enjoy a 3-2 victory at Victoria Avenue. This was the first time I had watched a match in either the Mid wales Youth League or it cup competition. Bow Street came into the final in third position in the five-team league and had beaten Llanfair United 3-0 in the semi-final. Machynlleth were located at the bottom of the table, without a league victory thus far, but had enjoyed a 3-0 win against Welshpool Town to reach the final.

The Magpies blitzed their opponents, with four goals in the space of five minutes, that virtually ended the final as a contest. Bow Street opened the scoring in the 27th minute when they took advantage of a mistake by a Machynlleth and a close range shot went underneath the diving Machynlleth goalkeeper. The Cae Piod outfit doubled their lead just a minute later through an emphatic header from a corner before adding a third goal in the 29th minute after the Maglonians failed to clear their lines and a low shot from the edge of the penalty area found the bottom corner of the net. The Magpies scored again in the 32nd minute when a low free-kick from the edge of the penalty area nestled in the back of the Machynlleth goal. Despite trailing 4-0 at the interval, the Cae Glas showed signs of improvement after the break and netted a consolation when the ball was scrambled home from a 64th minute corner.

2018/19 Statistics
Goals: 808
Matches: 180
New Grounds: 16


Dave 56
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Apr 27, 2019, 7:42 AM

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Lowland & EOS Development League. Conference B. KO19:45. (F&N). Crowd 54.

Musselburgh Athletic 3 v 4 LTHV

Match played at the Pinkie 3G, large complex with Hockey and Rugby pitches but perhaps best of all this is not a 3G cage! Railed pitch, hard standing along the nearside and behind one goal, it is completely free of fences.

Vale took an early lead and doubled it after 25 minutes. Athletic pulled a goal back on the half hour but conceded again soon after. The home side had a great chance to get back in the game when the ref awarded them a 44th minute penalty but the ball grazed the top of the bar on it's journey into orbit, leaving the score at 1-3 for HT.

The second period was again open, with chances at both ends and the referee awarded Musselburgh another penalty, this one dispatched well. Back came Vale and scored their 4th but still allowed Athletic to pull a goal back again to set up a grandstand finish. Great entertainment and the home side unlucky not to get a share of the points.

Match preceded with a few early afternoon drinks with Kit Kat, including the Born in the Borders bar at Waverley, Bee Hive in Grassmarket both around £5 a pint followed by beers at Dagda Bar and Cask and Barrel Southside to complete the Edinburgh GBG's.


Cowden Andy
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Apr 27, 2019, 8:07 AM

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SPARTANS 1 KELTY HEARTS 1 (Spartans won 3-2 on pens). Lowland League Cup 1st rd. Admission £7, Programme £2. Att 221 (official).

A game between 2 sides which you would have expected the winner to eventually reach the final.

Spartans kept up their unbeaten run against Kelty while boss Dougle Samuel remains unbeaten when facing Hearts counterpart Barry Ferguson having beaten his Clyde side a few years back in the Scottish Cup.

A dour 90 minutes with the deadlock broken in extra time when sub Chris Dodd slotted home with Josh Wishart heading home an equaliser.

In the penalty shoot out keeper Blair Carswell was the home hero saving a hat trick of penalties.


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Apr 27, 2019, 9:42 AM

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Also at Spartans v Kelty but decided to bolt before extra time.

It hadn't been a great game and I'd had enough by the end of 90 minutes. Barry Ferguson has managed to knock a lot of the entertainment value out of Kelty.

Spartans, as ever, are very well organised and difficult to beat. However, like Kelty they lack real attacking flair at present.


Steelback
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Apr 27, 2019, 7:42 PM

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SPARTANS 1 KELTY HEARTS 1 (Spartans won 3-2 on pens). Lowland League Cup 1st rd. Admission £7, Programme £2. Att 221 (official).

A game between 2 sides which you would have expected the winner to eventually reach the final.

Spartans kept up their unbeaten run against Kelty while boss Dougle Samuel remains unbeaten when facing Hearts counterpart Barry Ferguson having beaten his Clyde side a few years back in the Scottish Cup.

A dour 90 minutes with the deadlock broken in extra time when sub Chris Dodd slotted home with Josh Wishart heading home an equaliser.

In the penalty shoot out keeper Blair Carswell was the home hero saving a hat trick of penalties.


Why is the first round of the league cup being played this late in the season?



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Cowden Andy
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Apr 27, 2019, 9:08 PM

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It is more or less just a bolt on to give clubs some extra fixtures. When the league was smaller it was in groups at the turn of the year and later moved to the end of the season and a knock out format when the league grew.

 
 


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