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Welsh Football Preview




Denbigh Town v Chirk AAA
Gresford Athletic v Flint Town United
Llandudno v Airbus UK
Llanidloes Town v Guilsfield
Prestatyn Town v Bangor 1876


Welshpool Town v Llandrindod Wells



Mold Alexandra v Holywell Town
Porthmadog v Buckley Town
Ruthin Town v Caersws


Cefn Albion v Bow Street
Dolgellau Athletic v Penrhyncoch
Llanfair United v Llangollen Town
Llanuwchllyn v Radnor Valley
Penycae v Builth Wells
Rhos Aelwyd v Llanrhaeadr


Bethesda Athletic v CPD Rhyl 1879
Conwy Borough v Llay Welfare
Holyhead Hotspur v Hawarden Rangers
Llanrwst United v Pwllheli
Nantlle Vale v Llannefydd
Saltney Town v Brickfield Rangers
St Asaph City v Flint Mountain
Y Felinheli v Llangefni Town


Friday night offers a mouthwatering set of fixtures affecting the top and bottom of JD Cymru North.

Five games take place in all, with leaders Airbus facing an interesting trip to Llandudno.

The Wingmakers are unbeaten in 17 league matches and thoroughly deserve to be where they are, having beaten all their rivals at least once in the aforementioned run.

However, with Holywell Town and Flint Town United having games in hand and not too many points behind, Mark Allen’s side cannot afford any slip-ups.

A visit to the OPS Wind Arena presents a potential banana skin, with Llandudno capable of testing the best and never being beaten until the final whistle.

Airbus can expect a good contest, but should have enough to claim three points.

Denbigh Town should be too strong for bottom side Chirk AAA, still with just one win in 24 starts, while Flint Town United can maintain their title push with victory at Gresford Athletic.

Guilsfield are a great bet for maximum points at lowly Llanidloes Town, but Prestatyn Town versus Bangor 1876 is much harder to predict with the Seasiders showing signs of a major upsurge in form.

Saturday presents a potential cracker between Mold Alexandra and Holywell Town at Alyn Park.

The Wellmen have won 10 on the bounce, but on their day Alex can overturn just about any challenge.

Mold have lost at home to Airbus and Buckley Town recently and based on those results, we lean towards a narrow Holywell victory.

Buckley Town can get the right result at Porthmadog, while Ruthin Town look a decent shout to outscore Caersws at the Memorial Playing Fields.


Denbigh Town 4 Chirk AAA 0
Gresford Athletic 0 Flint Town United 2
Llandudno 1 Airbus UK 3
Llanidloes Town 0 Guilsfield 2
Prestatyn Town 2 Bangor 1876 2

Mold Alexandra 1 Holywell Town 2
Porthmadog 0 Buckley Town 3
Ruthin Town 2 Caersws 1


While the Ardal North East looks to be throwing up a two-horse title race between leading pair Penrhyncoch and Radnor Valley, both face tough tests this weekend.

Table-toppers Penrhyn visit third-place Dolgellau, the home side being undefeated in 10 league outings and possessing the leading-scorer in the top three tiers affecting North Wales clubs in Gerwyn Williams.

Radnor, meanwhile, visit Llanuwchllyn, down in eighth,  but almost certainly a better side than that position suggests having many games in hand on those above.

We back Dolgellau and Llanuwchllyn to win their respective matches. A bold prediction for sure, but one we believe in.

We keep saying how much battling bottom side Welshpool Town deserve that elusive first win. They have had 21 attempts now without success, but they play well at times and just need to sustain a strong performance for 90 minutes.

Can Friday be the big moment when fourth-place Llandrindod Wells visit Maesydre? Not for us.

Sixth hosts fifth when Cefn Albion entertain Bow Street.

On their day, Albion are as good as anyone in the division, but they have suffered a lot this term with postponements and venue changes, and have never really been allowed to get on a good run.

They might have to settle for a draw against impressive Bow.

Wrexham area duo Penycae and Rhos Aelwyd can see off Builth Wells and Llanrhaeadr respectively in home battles, while just about anything could happen when Llanfair United welcome Llangollen Town to Mount Field.


Welshpool Town 0 Llandrindod Wells 2

Cefn Albion 2 Bow Street 2
Dolgellau Athletic 3 Penrhyncoch 2
Llanfair United 1 Llangollen Town 2
Llanuwchllyn 2 Radnor Valley 1
Penycae 2 Builth Wells 0
Rhos Aelwyd 2 Llanrhaeadr 1


Leaders Rhyl 1879 can expect anything but an easy ride when they visit resurgent fourth-from-bottom Bethesda on Saturday.

Pesda picked up a morale-boosting 4-0 home win last weekend and can really push the Lilywhites to the limit.

While Conwy Borough are another team on the rise in the form stakes, Saturday’s hurdle in the shape of second-place visitors Llay Welfare could prove a bridge too far.

Holyhead Hotspur were 8-0 victors over Saltney Town last Saturday and they can win again handsomely when strugglers Hawarden Rangers travel to Holy Island.

Pwllheli’s results have plummeted recently, can they bounce back at Llanrwst, especially as the Rwsters are showing signs of improvement?

Nantlle Vale can keep their title hopes alive with a home triumph over Llannefydd and maximum points should be on the cards for in-form Brickfield Rangers at Saltney Town,

St Asaph City versus Flint Mountain has all the makings of a cracker as third hosts fourth. The Mountain have had a lot of games lately and might have to be content with sharing the points.

Next-to-bottom Y Felinheli put up a great show in last weekend’s 1-0 loss at Flint Mountain and we forecast another upset when they host Llangefni Town, recent 4-1 winners at leaders Rhyl, but a team which struggles for consistency at times.


Bethesda Athletic 1 CPD Rhyl 1879 2
Conwy Borough 1 Llay Welfare 2
Holyhead Hotspur 4 Hawarden Rangers 1
Llanrwst United 2 Pwllheli 1
Nantlle Vale 3 Llannefydd 1
Saltney Town 0 Brickfield Rangers 3
St Asaph City 2 Flint Mountain 2
Y Felinheli 1 Llangefni Town 0

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