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Cymru North & Ardal Northern Preview, 9th – 11th December

*Odds will appear on the day of the match


Saturday, December 10


Sunday, December 11

Chirk AAAvConwy Borough
Gresford AthleticvLlanidloes Town
Holyhead HotspurvColwyn Bay
Mold AlexandravCefn Druids
PorthmadogvBuckley Town
Prestatyn TownvHolywell Town
Ruthin TownvLlandudno



A change to the usual Cymru North schedule this weekend with one match taking place on Saturday and the other seven on Sunday.

Saturday sees next-to-bottom Penrhyncoch host Guilsfield, who are coming off the back of a very impressive 4-0 midweek win over Porthmadog.

Penrhyn’s results have picked up, taking four points out of six against Llanidloes Town in their last two outings, but they will likely find Guils tougher opposition.

On Sunday, bottom hosts top as Holyhead Hotspur welcome unbeaten leaders Colwyn Bay to the New Stadium.

Hard to see anything other than a win for in-form Bay here.

Chirk AAA and Conwy Borough both aim to bounce back from defeats when they clash at Holyhead Road.

The Colliers were caned 6-1 at Cefn Druids on Wednesday, while Boro slumped 3-2 at home to Prestatyn Town.

The visitors might just have the edge in this one.

Gresford Athletic can see off Llanidloes Town at Clappers Lane, while Druids should maintain their fine run at Mold Alexandra.

Porthmadog are in need of a tonic and a home meeting with Buckley Town offers a chance, but the Trotters can take at least a draw from Y Traeth.

Match of the day will be fifth-place Prestatyn Town at home to Holywell Town, who lie second and have a 13th straight league win in their sights. 

Johnny Haseldin’s men should come out on top, but it will be close.

Ruthin Town’s form is up and down but they will be heartened by their recent 1-0 success at Llandudno when they greet the Seasiders at the Memorial Playing Fields for the return.

Tudno are looking strong and scoring goals, however, and revenge can be theirs.


Chirk AAA01Conwy Borough
Gresford Athletic20Llanidloes Town
Holyhead Hotspur14Colwyn Bay
Mold Alexandra13Cefn Druids
Porthmadog11Buckley Town
Prestatyn Town23Holywell Town
Ruthin Town12Llandudno



Friday, December 9

Welshpool TownvCefn Albion

Saturday, December 10

Builth WellsvCorwen
CaerswsvBow Street
Dolgellau AthleticvLlanfair United
Llandrindod WellsvRhayader Town
LlanuwchllynvRhos Aelwyd


Friday, December 9

Llandudno AlbionvY Felinheli
Llangefni TownvBangor 1876

Saturday, December 10

Brickfield RangersvDenbigh Town
RhostyllenvLlanrwst United
CPD Y Rhyl 1879vNantlle Vale
Saltney TownvHawarden Rangers

Sunday, December 11

Llay WelfarevFlint Mountain



Table-toppers Cefn Albion look a good bet to stretch their lead to seven points when they visit inconsistent Welshpool Town on Friday.

Builth Wells should be too strong at home for struggling Corwen, Caersws can edge the spoils over visitors Bow Street and Llanfair United are a decent shout to take a point minimum at Dolgellau Athletic.

Struggling Rhayader Town can get something at Llandrindod Wells, Llanrhaeadr YM are more than capable of building on their first win of the season last weekend by beating latest visitors Penycae and third-place Rhos Aelwyd can earn themselves a narrow triumph at Llanuwchllyn.


Welshpool Town13Cefn Albion
Builth Wells30Corwen
Caersws32Bow Street
Dolgellau Athletic22Llanfair United
Llandrindod Wells11Rhayader Town
Llanuwchllyn12Rhos Aelwyd


Potential title contenders Bangor 1876 can expect a hard assignment at improving Llangefni Town on Friday night.

Michael Johnston’s side have what it takes to grab all three points and return to the summit, but Cefni cannot be under-estimated.

On the same evening, Llandudno Albion can progress from last week’s excellent point at Nantlle Vale by seeing off Y Felinheli at Y Morfa, Conwy.

On-fire Denbigh Town have to be fancied for a win at Brickfield Rangers on Saturday, Llanrwst United can end up victorious at lowly Rhostyllen and Saltney Town are favourites for the W at home to basement boys Hawarden Rangers.

Match of the day could be at Belle Vue, where CPD Y Rhyl may return to the summit – depending on results elsewhere – if they beat Nantlle Vale.

The Penygroes side are impressing on a regular basis this season, though, and Rhyl will need to be at their best to conquer them.

Sunday’s offering is a cracker as two sides in great nick lock horns when Llay Welfare entertain Flint Town. A draw looks the best pick here.


Llandudno Albion32Y Felinheli
Llangefni Town24Bangor 1876
Brickfield Rangers13Denbigh Town
Rhostyllen02Llanrwst United
CPD Y Rhyl 187921Nantlle Vale
Saltney Town31Hawarden Rangers
Llay Welfare22Flint Mountain

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