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SHAMROCK TRAVEL CUP, ROUND TWO

  • AFC Porth v Taffs Well
  • Blaenrhondda v Maesteg Park
  • Caerau Ely v Abertillery Excelsior
  • Cambrian & Clydach v Neath Athletic
  • Chepstow Town v Troedyrhiw
  • Croesyceiliog v Llanwern
  • Cwmamman United v Ton Pentre
  • Garden Village v Pontyclun
  • Goytre United v Pontypridd Town
  • Llantwit Fardre v Caldicot Town
  • Penrhiwceiber v AFC Llwydcoed
  • Pontardawe Town v Ammanford
  • Treowen v Bettws
  • UWIC v Pentwyn Dynamo
  • West End v Morriston Town
  • Ystradgynlais v Merthyr Saints
  • Matches to be played on Saturday 22 October 2005, KO 2.00 pm

    October 5th 2005

TON SITE GETS MAGAZINE REVIEW

The October issue of Welsh Football Magazine is out now and included within its pages is a positive review of the Ton Pentre website in 'The Surf Report'.

Editor Dave Collins writes:

"As far as Welsh League's clubs are concerned, decent websites are still something of a rarity, but few stand out as beacons... Ton Pentre - one of the league's better supported clubs - have had a website longer than most and it has had a makeover recently. Although it is still in its infancy with a few pages not yet up and running, it has been updated with match reports etc. as well as a forum and a comprehensive club history. Ton has long been one of the more spectator-friendly clubs in the Welsh League (facilities, team announcements, programmes etc.) and the website makes the same favourable impression."

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September 27th 2005

FORD RETURNS TO THE DRAGONS

FORMER Barry Town player Francis Ford is returning to the club as player/assistant manager.

The striker, now 38, was in charge at Welsh League Bridgend Town until the start of the current campaign and will now assist Dragons' boss Gavin Price.

Ford scored 44 goals from 96 League of Wales appearances for Briton Ferry Athletic, Cwmbran Town, Inter Cardiff and seven-times champions Barry, currently languishing at the bottom of Welsh League Division One.

September 27th 2005

CLUBS TO VOTE ON SUMMER SWITCH

WELSH Premier clubs will vote on a switch to summer football next month after an open meeting in Caersws aired various aspects of the move.

League secretary John Deakin is an advocate of summer football, but leading managers, including Bangor City's Peter Davenport and Rhyl's John Hulse have given the idea the thumbs-down.

Both think that while Premier clubs might get a slight advantage in their European ties, the negatives of hard pitches and problems with players' holidays commitments would outweigh the positives.

"A seasonal change would help our teams prepare for European matches as they will be midway through their domestic campaign by the time they enter the qualifying rounds in June or July," says Deakin.

"Very often our clubs face opposition from Scandinavia or the Baltic, where leagues run through the summer - their teams are in peak condition when we play them.

"I also think that there is the potential for better playing surfaces which could create a better quality product and attract more media interest and spectators."

But Deakin also concedes there are problems.

"There would be irrigation problems for those playing surfaces that currently don't have sprinkler systems," he added.

"Also there is the issue of promotion and relegation. We had representatives of the Cymru Alliance and Welsh Football League at the meeting and we are aware of their dilemma.

"They will be retaining the traditional season and we'd have to work out how teams could move between our division and theirs which could prove very difficult."

September 18th 2005

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