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Rain and appeals
mean Phase 2
slow start!
The rain affected Welsh Cup 4
matches and Aberystwyth Town’s appeal
against their 3point deduction means that a
full programme of Phase Two matches will
not be possible this coming weekend.
Newtown will be hosting Holywell Town in
their re-arranged fourth round tie and
Airbus UK will be completing their Phase
One programme when they entertain gap
Connah’s Quay.
Aber’s appeal means that the remaining
fixtures in both Conferences cannot be
confirmed but, subject to confirmation,
Prestatyn Town will host Port Talbot Town
and Afan Lido will travel to Bala Town in
the Play-off Conference.

C Cy yl lc ch hg gr ra aw wn n S Sw wy yd dd do og go ol l
U Uw wc ch hg gy yn ng gh hr ra ai ir r
C Co or rb be et tt t S Sp po or rt ts s
C Cy ym mr ru u

Following last weekend’s near wash-out in the Welsh Cup Fourth
Round the Quarter-final draw is far from clear.
However what is clear is that only three Championship
Conference teams will be in it.
Two from Carmarthen Town, The New Saints, Airbus UK and
Bangor City will be eliminated in the re-arranged ties whilst
Newtown, barring banana skins, will form the third top section
Quarter-final draw:
Carmarthen Town or The New Saints
v Airbus UK Broughton or Bangor City
Aberdare Town v Bala Town or Cefn Druids
Aberystwyth Town v Caersws FC
Newtown AFC or Holywell Town
v Monmouth Town or CPD Porthmadog

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wish to receive feedback from supporters and we very much hope
you will take this opportunity to share your experiences
of Welsh Premier League football.
The survey has launched today (31st January) and
will run until the end of the season.
All of us at the FAW and WPL wish you well and
welcome all of your thoughts in the survey.
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This Week’s fixtures
Saturday 8
February re-arranged Phase 1 match
Airbus UK Broughton v gap Connah’s Quay 19:30
Last six encounters
31/03/06 2 2 Gareth Owen 14' Stuart White 43' Chris Williams 36' Stuart Rain 71' 172
22/09/06 2 3 Nathan Mapletoft 36' Ryan Crawford 65' Dave Swanick 15' Chris Taylor 82' Marc
Limbert 85'
01/04/08 0 0 - - 151
17/10/08 0 0 - - 303
06/11/09 4 0 Carl Owen 51' Matty Cook 56' Rhys
Roberts 67' Gary McConnel 87'
- 193
26/12/12 2 2 Steve Tomassen 64' Jamie Wynne 67'(og) Rob Jones 51' Jamie Petrie 56' 237

Home wins 1 Away wins 1 Draws 6 Home wins 1
CURRENT FORM (last 6 matches) Home Team WWLDWW Away Team WLLLLL
Saturday 8
Bangor City v Carmarthen Town 14:30
Last six encounters
20/03/10 3 2 Lee Hunt 16' Sion Edwards 24' Jamie Reed 37' Sasha Walters 44' Tim Hicks 61' 314
20/11/10 5 0 Alan Bull 29' 31' 61' Dave Morley 67'(p) Sion
Edwards 83'
- 720
19/11/11 4 0 Les Davies 60' Mark Smyth 63' Neil Thomas
78' Kyle Wilson 85'
- 550
15/12/12 2 2 Ryan Edwards 39' Chris Jones 45' Craig Hughes 7' Liam Thomas 67' 418
13/04/13 2 0 Chris Simm 13' Sion Edwards 90'+1 - 472
09/11/13 0 1 - Liam Thomas 63' 504
Home wins Away wins Draws Home wins
CURRENT FORM (last 6 matches) Home Team WLWWWL Away Team DWDLLW
Prestatyn Town v Port Talbot Town Subject to confirmation 14:30
Last six encounters
09/04/11 2 0 Lee Hunt 24' 53' - 201
15/05/11 2 1 Lee Hunt 84' (p) Dave Hayes 88' Lee Surman 29' 383
19/11/11 2 1 Ross Stephens 21' 90'+4(p) Chris Hartland 83' 227
22/09/12 1 1 Jason Price 6' Dave Brooks 54' 244
23/02/13 0 1 - Chad Bond 9' 138
19/10/13 0 0 - - 310
Home wins Away wins Draws Home wins
CURRENT FORM (last 6 matches) Home Team DDLDDW Away Team LDWWWL
Bala Town v Afan Lido FC 14:30
Last six encounters
Only four WPL meetings at Bala
14/01/12 3 1 Lee Hunt 9'(p) 88' Mark Jones 65' Andy Hill 78'(p) 202
18/11/12 3 2 Stuart Jones 11' Mark Connolly 23'78' Chris Hartland 16' Lee Hartshorn 44' 214
13/04/13 4 0 Ian Sheridan 9' Stuart Jones 14' John
Irving 28' Mark Jones 54'
- 146
05/10/13 0 0 - - 141
Home wins Away wins Draws Home wins
CURRENT FORM (last 6 matches) Home Team LDWDWW Away Team LLWLLL


Peter Hoy Aberystwyth Town 3 matches From 12/02/14

Tuesday 4
Airbus UK Broughton v Bangor City 19:30
Referee: B J James Assistants: L R Edwards and J Bryant 4
Official: S Hughes
At Nantporth Stadium, Bangor
Saturday 8th February
Monmouth Town v CPD Porthmadog 14.00
Referee: R J Stewart Assistants: D Pearce and R N Stephens 4
Official: J A Williams
Newtown AFC v Holywell Town 14:30
Referee: H Jones Assistants: D Evans and R I Jenkins 4
Official: M Farrington
Tuesday 11th February
Bala Town v Cefn Druids 19:30
Referee: M Petch Assistants: A Jones and T Williams 4
Official: A P Harms
At the Rock, Cefn Mawr
Carmarthen Town v The New Saints 19.30
Referee: D John Assistants: I D Bird and A Said 4
Official: R Harrington

Sunday 9
Bangor City v Newtown AFC
Tuesday 11
Aberystwyth Town v The New Saints

Shared Access Welsh Premier Womens League
Sunday 3
Aberystwyth Town v Llanidloes K Bowen P Hitchcott G Elliott
Caernarfon Town v PILCS R Williams PH Jones R Sharp
Newcastle Emlyn v Cardiff Metropolitan D H Morgan L Gregory B Williams
Northop Hall v Cardiff City Tom Roberts Cheryl Foster Ger Williams
Swansea City v Llandudno Junction J Shiels Rebecca Thomas Stephanie Scragg
Wrexham v Port Talbot Town R Hughes L Beckley A Gardner
ABERYSTWYTH TOWN www.atfc.org.uk
Aberystwyth Town are pleased to report that over the last and next few weeks no less than three players from the
Aberystwyth Town squad will be taking part in both the Welsh Schoolboy's and Welsh Semi Pro squads.
Just over two weeks ago Aberystwyth Town's young defender, Emlyn Lewis, who is loan at Penrhyncoch this
season, came off the bench as Welsh Schoolboys began their preparations for the Centenary Shield in earnest with
a 3-2 win over Australia Under 18's. The Ysgol Aberaeron pupil had 30 minutes on the pitch, and looks to be in
good shape to remain in the squad, as they play England at the Glyndwr Racecourse Stadium in Wrexham and the
Republic of Ireland at Cefn Druids FC before trips to Scotland and Northern Ireland later in the season.
Also this week the Welsh Semi Professional squad was announced, with Jamie Butler and Ed Powl-Jones both
successfully being picked after a training camp earlier this month. During February they will take in a 4 day tour
of the Republic of Ireland, taking in games at Waterford on Feburary 16th and Tramore FC on February 17th.
Luke Sherbon re-signs for Aber
Mercurial Sherbon has already spent eight Welsh Premier League seasons at Aber Town, but he left for Australian
side Dandenong Thunder in season 2010/11, having made 168 appearances for the Black and Greens since
2003/4, scoring 48 Welsh Premier League goals in the process. Luke also won the WPL and appeared in the
Champions League for Rhyl in 2008/9.
Manager Ian Hughes said: "It's great that we have signed Luke for the remainder of the season, he has been away
for a couple of years so it's important that he fits quickly into the way we do things and team ethos we have at the
club. I'm sure Luke will relish the chance to play for his home town club again and now he's got a chance to prove
his worth to the squad before we reassess all players at the end of the season."
Luke technically joins the club from Penrhyncoch,

AFAN LIDO FC www.pitchero.com/clubs/afanlidofootbaub
AIRBUS UK BROUGHTON www.airbusfc.com
AIRBUS UK Broughton have been deducted one point and fined £425 following a disciplinary panel hearing held
at the FAW in Cardiff on Wednesday.
The Wingmakers accepted a charge under FAW Rule 38.1 for a breach of Rules 57.1 and 57.3, with regards to the
registration of player Andrew Jones.
The club did not request a private hearing and a disciplinary panel considered the matter in accordance with FAW
Airbus UK Broughton were warned as to their future conduct, fined £425 and deducted one point from their
Welsh Premier League first phase record.
"The club will not be appealing the decision made by the FAW Panel," says a statement from chief operating
officer Stewart Roberts.
"Unfortunately, although the player was registered to play, a simple administrative error relating to the late
submission of other documentation did mean that a rule was breached and the club have apologised for the error.
"A valuable yet costly administrative lesson has been learnt and, whilst we are obviously disappointed particularly
at a one point deduction, it will only reinforce the motivation and efforts of everyone at the club to ensure we
achieve success this season.".

BALA TOWN www.balatownfc.co.uk

BANGOR CITY www.bangorcity.co.uk
Bangor City are pleased to announce the signing of 23 year old goal keeper Jack Cudworth from Nantwich Town.
Lee Idzi and the club have agreed that Lee will be released from his contract following our Welsh Cup game with
Airbus due to personal circumstances. The Citizens have thanked Lee for his excellent service over the last 3
seasons and wish him well for the future..

CARMARTHEN TOWN www.carmarthentownafc.org
Carmarthen Town have signed 24 year old goalkeeper Scott James from Welsh League club
"Scott is a player the management team and I have been trailing for some time," said Old
Gold manager Mark Aizlewood about the former Newport County custodian. "He is a
genuine first-team keeper and we are very pleased to have been able to sign him before the
close of the transfer window deadline."
Aizlewood added: "Scott is a player with great potential and he joins our squad knowing that
he has a good chance of being able to perform well in the Welsh Premier League."
"Carmarthen have also been able to extend the contracts of Christian Doidge, Luke
Cummings and Kyle Bassett to consolidate the security of a team we are building. There had
been a number of clubs looking at these players and we wanted to make sure that they knew
they had a long term future with us."."
gap CONNAH’S QUAY www.the-nomads.co.uk
NEWTOWN AFC www.newtownafc.co.uk
The Robins today secured their third signing of the January window in the
form of Port Talbot defender James Bloom.
The ex-Welsh under 21 international who can play at either left back or
centre back signs for Chris Hughes' side after the arrivals of Lance Jones
and Neil Mitchell in the window.
And manager Hughes is delighted to have captured his man.
"I am delighted to bring in James, as he was a player who has been on our
radar for a while now.
"He will give us some much needed strength in depth and despite only
being young he has that experience of playing in the top six of the league,"
said Hughes.
Bloom was a trainee at Cardiff City before moving to Falkirk and being
selected for the under 21's squad. Following a spell at Alloa the defender
moved to Gloucester City before making the move to the Steelmen in
January 2012.
Hughes added that Bloom is the type of player he now wants to build his squad on.
"He is young and hungry and that is how we want the side to be," added Hughes.
Bloom is cup tied this weekend along with Lance Jones, Neil Mitchell and Chris Mullock but he will be at Latham
Park to meet his new team mates....
PORT TALBOT TOWN www.porttalbottown.co.uk
Rhys Griffiths insists he is nearing his best form once again after a disrupted preseason hampered his early
“On a personal and a team level, it was a difficult start,” said the striker.
“It was frustrating because I didn’t play much last season – I only started four games for Newport. I had a hernia
operation in July and it’s taken me until now to feel good and in favour with the manager. I’ve been fit since about
October, but because of the difficult start I perhaps wasn’t showing the same physical attributes.”
“I’m under no illusions. When people see me in the team they expect me to get goals,”
In total Griffiths has netted nine Welsh Premier League goals this season, three less than current chart topper
Chris Venables of Aberystwyth. But he is aiming to close that gap in the second half of the campaign.
“It doesn’t matter how many assists I get, how good my hold up play is or what I offer in the air, I’m judged on
hitting the net. Although I had a difficult start to the season, no-one can say I didn’t score. I’m not that far behind
the top scorer and it’ll be interesting if I have a good second half of the season. No one can argue with my record.
I always give 100 per cent and take what I do seriously, that’s why I’ve had this success.”
Port Talbot will prepare for the Play-off Conference when the aim will be to finish seventh, putting them in the
mix for a European place.
“Although we’ve had some difficulties, this group has stuck together and we’re a stronger unit for that,” added
Griffiths. “All the players get on and there’s not a bad egg in the group.
“Confidence is higher now because of our recent run, but we’re also stronger because of the bad run. That brought
us together. They have both contributed equally.”
(Article courtesy of Stephen Ware | Port Talbot Town).
PRESTATYN TOWN www.ptfconline.co.uk
Chris Hartland moves to Bastion Gardens from fellow WPL club Afan Lido
Prestatyn Town director of football Neil Gibson has pulled off a deadline day coup by signing Afan Lido striker
Chris Hartland.
The 23 year-old former Newport County prospect joins having scored 12 goals so far this season, including both
of Lido's goals in their 2-1 win at Bastion Gardens earlier in the season. Hartland's previous clubs also include
Cinderford Town, Goytre United, Newtown and Port Talbot Town.
Town chief operating officer, Leigh Williams, said: "I would like to welcome Chris to the club and I'm sure Town
fans will be pleased with our latest signing. Chris is a fantastic player who knows where the net is, 12 goals last
season and 8 so far this season, so hopefully he can carry on that form with us."
Hartland has scored a total of 23 goals from 83 appearances in the Welsh Premier League, and has been one of
few shining lights in Lido's struggling campaign. Hartland also controversially beat Town striker Lee Hunt to this
season's November goal of the month with a stunning volley.
(Courtesy of http://www.rhyljournal.co.uk/)
Rhyl FC www.rhylfc.co.uk
Sergio Rodríguez Suarez joins from FC United of Manchester
Rhyl manager Greg Strong made his fifth signing of the transfer window late on deadline day with the capture of
Spanish-born midfielder Sergio Rodríguez Suarez from FC United of Manchester
The 22-year-old started his career in the youth set-up at Real Aviles and progressed to the reserve squad before
making three appearances in the Spanish Segunda Division B. Rodriguez joined FC United last May and had
made 13 full and five substitute appearances.
Shaun Dowling also returns to The Lilywhites.
THE NEW SAINTS FC www.tnsfc.co.uk
20-year-old Manchester-born and
former Celtic youth team defender
Curtis Jones joins the Park Hall
club. Jones started his career with
Stockport County and then spent
two seasons at Parkhead, where he
was a member of the Hoops'
Under-18 side that win the
Scottish FA Youth Cup in 2012.
Jones was then scouted by Bristol
City's academy manager Willie
McStay and was a regular member
of the Under-21 development
squad before signing for
Livingston in search of first team
football. But he was released by
the Scottish outfit last August without making a single first team appearance due to injuries.’

Tuesday 28
January 2014
Airbus UK Broughton P Waterlogged pitch
gap Connah’s Quay P
Saturday 1
February 2014 WELSH CUP 4th ROUND
Aberdare Town 4 Aaron Jewe 32’, Sam Sma 42’ 82' Cavin Owen 90'(og)
Bodedern Athletic 1 Casey Boyan 45’
Aberystwyth Town 5 Peter Hoy 48' Craig Williams 60' Callan Bowden 76'(og)
Mark Jones 81' Luke Sherbon 87'
Afan Lido FC 1 Scott McCoubrey 25'(p)
Bala Town P Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
Cefn Druids P
Caersws FC 4 Ross Jefferies 72’ 116’, Graeme Evans 90’(p), Iwan
Lewis 103’
Cambrian & Clydach Vale 3 Kieran Lewis 33'(p) 62'(p), Huw Borte 99’
Aet; full-time 2-2
Newtown AFC P Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
Holywell Town P
Airbus UK Broughton P Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
Bangor City P New date: Tuesday 4th February at Bangor
Carmarthen Town P Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
The New Saints FC P
Monmouth Town P Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
CPD Porthmadog P
Saturday 1
February 2014
Rhyl FC 5 Liam Benson 48' Stephen Lewis 50' David Forbes 61' 77'
Mark Cadwallader 78'
Port Talbot Town 2 Lewis Harling 11' Ashley Evans 68'
Rhyl FC
1. Alex Ramsay, 18. Shaun Dowling, 14. Ryan Astles, 5. Stefan Halewood,
3. Liam Benson, 23. Carlos Roca (22. Tom Roberts 89'), 25. Mark
Cadwallader, 8. Paul McManus, 9. Steve Lewis (19. Jonathan Bathurst 89'),
17. David Forbes, 12. Tom Donegan (7. Danny Hughes 70')
Subs not used: 34. Michael Walsh, 16. Danny Laverty, 27. Tom Jones, 26.
Niki-Lee Bulmer (gk)
Red Cards: None
Yellow Cards: Dowling 22' Lewis 43' McManus 60'
Port Talbot Town
29. Steven Hall, 2. Ryan Green, 8. Lewis Harling, 5. Lee Surman, 19. Adie
Harris (10. Carl Payne 89'), 26. Rhys Griffiths, 11. Lee John, 4. Ashley
Evans, 9. Martin Rose (15. Jake Parry 80'), 6. Gethin Jones, 39. David
Brooks (18. Jason Bertorelli 46')
Subs not used: 12. Leigh De Vulgt, 1. Conah McFenton (gk)

Red Cards: None
Yellow Cards: None
Attendance: 481 Referee: Huw Jones
Home Away
P W D L F A W D L F A Pts G.Diff
The New Saints FC 22 9 2 0 39 3 6 3 2 19 9 50 46
Airbus UK Broughton 21 7 2 1 23 7 6 4 1 19 13 44 22
Carmarthen Town 22 5 3 3 18 15 4 3 4 18 19 33 2
Bangor City 22 5 1 5 18 15 4 4 3 15 13 32 5
Newtown AFC 22 5 3 3 16 15 4 2 5 18 24 32 -5
Rhyl FC 22 5 2 4 18 16 4 2 5 14 15 31 1
Aberystwyth Town 22 5 5 1 25 19 3 3 5 16 18 29 4
Bala Town 22 4 3 4 15 11 3 2 6 20 21 26 3
Prestatyn Town 22 3 5 3 17 13 3 1 7 10 17 24 -3
Port Talbot Town 22 3 3 5 14 13 3 3 5 11 21 24 -9
gap Connah’s Quay 21 2 2 7 9 26 2 3 5 14 29 17 -32
Afan Lido FC 22 2 2 7 11 27 1 3 7 6 24 14 -34
Airbus UK deducted 1point and Aberystwyth Town deducted three points (subject to appeal)
Sunday 2
All matches postponed

Sunday 2
Cardiff City 2 Siobhan Walsh 53' Shanelle Edwards 60'
Newcastle Emlyn 0 -
Cardiff Metropolitan 10 Emily Allen 1' 30' 52' Steph Turner 4' 10' Emily
Brown 15' Laura Walkley 43' 82' Abi Fever 44' 74'
Aberystwyth Town 0 -
Llandudno Junction 3 Aimee Todd 16' 54' Kelsey Davies 46'
Caernarfon Town 0 -
Llanidloes FC Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch
Wrexham FC
PILCS Match postponed
Northop Hall FC
Port Talbot Town 0 -
Swansea City 3 Jodie Passmore 33' Chloe Lloyd 52' Ria Hughes 69'
Cardiff Metropolitan 12 8 0 0 57 0 4 0 0 17 4 36 70
Cardiff City 13 5 1 1 26 4 4 1 1 21 13 29 30
PILCS 10 5 1 1 44 13 2 0 1 8 4 22 35
Swansea City 11 3 2 1 17 5 3 1 1 15 3 21 24
Llanidloes FC 10 3 1 0 13 3 3 0 3 10 26 19 -6
Port Talbot Town 12 2 0 2 9 8 3 2 3 12 17 17 -4
Newcastle Emlyn 10 1 1 1 9 5 3 2 2 17 10 15 11
Wrexham FC 12 3 2 1 16 8 1 1 4 7 14 15 1
Llandudno Junction 11 1 0 5 8 21 2 1 2 12 14 10 -15
Aberystwyth Town 12 1 0 5 8 15 1 0 5 4 22 6 -25
Caernarfon Town 10 1 0 3 12 18 0 0 6 4 59 3 -61
Northop Hall FC 11 0 0 6 2 30 0 0 5 3 35 0 -60

THE LAST WORD from Gwyn Derfel
It’s a great relief that the gods have allowed us release the majority of the fixtures for the
second part of the Corbett Sports WPL season. Unfortunately I won’t be able to schedule
league fixtures for Aberystwyth or Rhyl until the current Appeal process is concluded.
Let’s hope that this is put to bed correctly and quickly.

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about the impact possible postponements last
weekend could have had on next weekend’s fixtures but thankfully the weather and the
hard work of George James and his ground-staff at Rhyl allowed the crunch game
between the Liliywhites and Port Talbot to go ahead. The result at the Corbett Sports
Stadium confirmed the final first phase standings (bar 6 & 7 of course) and let’s hope that
the weather improves so that our pitches will allow good attractive football to be played
in the coming weeks.

I’ve mentioned Cardiff Met Ladies’ new 3G facility in the past and once again their
Shared Access WPWL match went ahead on Sunday. Their comprehensive defeat of
Aberystwyth registered their twelfth successive victory in the league this season and took
them another step towards regaining their WPWL crown. They are certainly raising the
bar on and off the field this season.

I hope that you all enjoy the week ahead and also hope that the weather gods are even
kinder to us during the next seven days.

Y GAIR OLAF gan Gwyn Derfel

‘Roedd yn ryddhad mawr i mi bod y duwiau tywydd wedi bod yn eithaf caredig i ni dros
y Sul. ‘Rwy’n sôn yn benodol am y gêm rhwng Y Rhyl a Phort Talbot. ‘Roedd y ffaith i
hon gael ei chwarae yn golygu mod i’n gallu bwrw ati i drefnu gemau ail ran y tymor. Yn
anffodus ni fyddaf yn gallu cadarnhau gemau’r Rhyl nac Aberystwyth hyd nes y bydd
Apêl Aberystwyth wedi dod i ben. Y cwbl y gallwn obeithio amdano ydi canlyniad cywir
a chyflym fel y gallwn fwrw ati i ganolbwyntio ar faterion ar y maes chwarae.

Yn ystod y tywydd garw yma – mae’n bwysig codi cap i dirmyn a phobl sy’n gwarchod y
meysydd led-led y wlad. ‘Roedd cyflwr maes Y Rhyl yn gampus o ystyried y tywydd
diawledig diweddar ac mae George James a’i griw yn Stadiwm Corbett Sports yn haeddu
ein hedmygedd a’n diolch.

‘Rwyf wedi sôn am dîm Merched Met Caerdydd yn fy ngholofn yn y gorffennol – ond
maent yn haeddu sylw pellach gan eu bod wedi ennill pob un o’u deuddeg gêm gynghrair
hyd yma’r tymor yma. Mae eu maes 3G newydd yn awgrymu bod dyfodol disglair yn eu
hwynebu oddi-ar y maes yn ogystal ag arno hefyd.

Gobeithio y cewch chi gyd wythnos wrth eich boddau a gobeithio hefyd y bydd y duwiau
tywydd yn fwy caredig wrthym yn ystod y dyddiau nesaf.

Compiled by Mel Thomas at Soccerfile Wales
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