They will face a good test, though, against an Abergele side who are never an easy nut to crack. Last season saw Glan defeat Gele at home in the league and the Mawddach Cup, but Town won 1-0 at Maeadu Park. Last season (league): Glantraeth 1 Abergele 0; Abergele 1 Glantraeth 0. Key man: Corrig McGonigle (Glantraeth). Brickfield Rangers v FC Nomads (Welsh National League Premier Division, Saturday 2.
Five Games to Watch in North Wales football and full fixture listGlantraeth v Abergele Town (Welsh Alliance Division One, Saturday 2. 30pm) Glantraeth's Corrig McGonigle (red) (Image: ALED JONES) If Glantraeth make it seven straight league wins this Saturday they will take over top spot in Welsh Alliance Division One.
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Last season: Llanfairfechan 2 Abergele 0; Abergele 6 Llanfairfechan 7. Key man: Mike Chapman (Llanfairfechan). Llandudno v Rhyl (Women’s Welsh Premier League, Sunday 10. 45am) Rhyl captain Rachael Nattrass Please note the earlier kick-off for this one, with the ladies having to start at 10. 45am due to the Maesdu Park pitch being needed for a cup tie at 2pm. This is the only North Wales derby in the 10-team Welsh Premier Women’s League, and undoubtedly one to savour.
Reserves Division: Llangefni Town v Caernarfon Town, Trearddur Bay United v Llanrwst United. Guy Walmsley Welsh National League (2. 30pm) Premier Division: Brickfield Rangers v FC Nomads, Brymbo v Chirk AAA, Coedpoeth Utd v Queen’s Park, Hawarden Rangers v Overton, Llay Welfare v Corwen, Penycae v Cefn Albion. Division One: Castell AC v Lex Glyndwr, Johnstown Youth v Acrefair, Llangollen Town v Point of Ayr, New Brighton Villa v Rhos Aelwyd, Rhostyllen v Maesgwyn, Rhydymwyn v AFC Brynford. Reserves Division: Cefn Druids v FC Nomads, Chirk AAA v Castell AC, Corwen v Ruthin Town, Mold Alexandra v Gresford Athletic, Queen’s Park v Penycae, Saltney Town v Llangollen. Reserves and Colts Division: Cefn Albion v Rhostyllen, Flint Town United v Ruthin Town, Lex Glyndwr v Brickfield Rangers, Overton v Buckley Town Reserves, Rhos Aelwyd v Coedpoeth Utd.
Saturday, October 29 Dafabet Welsh Premier League (2. 30pm unless stated) Aberystwyth Town v Airbus UK (5. 15pm), Carmarthen Town v Bala Town, Newtown v Llandudno. Huws Gray Alliance (2. 30pm) Buckley Town v Conwy Borough, Caernarfon Town v Llanfair United, Caersws v Porthmadog, Gresford Athletic v Prestatyn Town, Guilsfield v Holywell Town, Penrhyncoch v Flint Town United, Ruthin Town v Mold Alexandra. Lock Stock Welsh Alliance (2. 30pm) Division One: Glan Conwy v Llangefni Town, Glantraeth v Abergele Town, Greenfield v Llandyrnog United, Llandudno Junction v Llanberis, Llanrug United v Pwllheli, Llanrwst United v Barmouth and Dyffryn, Nantlle Vale v Penrhyndeudraeth. Division Two: Amlwch Town v Llanllyfni, Llandudno Albion v Mynydd Llandegai, Llannerchymedd v Cemaes Bay, Meliden v Y Felinheli, Mochdre Sports v Gaerwen, Pentraeth v Llanfairpwll, Prestatyn Sports v Blaenau Amateurs.
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Last season (league): Llandudno 8 Rhyl 2; Rhyl 0 Llandudno 1. Key player: Rosie Hughes (Llandudno). FIXTURES Friday, October 28 Dafabet Welsh Premier League (7. 45pm) Cefn Druids v Bangor City. Huws Gray Alliance (7. 30pm) Denbigh Town v Holyhead Hotspur. Lock Stock Welsh Alliance (7. 30pm) Reserves Division: Bangor City v Colwyn Bay. Guy Walmsley Welsh National League (7. 30pm) Reserves Division: Holywell Town v Brymbo.
Llandudno won all three meetings between the teams last season, 1-0 and 8-2 in the league and 4-0 in the Welsh Cup. The previous season, Rhyl’s first in the WWPL, saw them win 3-2 at Maesdu Park, but Tudno got revenge with a 2-0 success at the Corbett Sports Stadium. Rhyl are in good form, having beaten Caernarfon 3-2 in the Welsh Cup last weekend and previously defeated Port Talbot 3-1 as well as giving champions Cardiff Metropolitan a great test in a 3-1 loss. Llandudno have not played in four weeks, so this might favour the visitors in that they have been more active.
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30pm) Mike Chapman (red) of Llanfairfechan Can Premier Division leaders Llanfairfechan stretch their perfect record to seven straight wins? Stand in their way are Abergele, who like Llanfair came up from Division One this season and have made a decent start at the higher level, sitting in third spot with some useful wins under their belt.
30pm) Simon Sedgwick - manager of Brickfield Rangers Cracker on the cards between a Brickfield outfit lying second in the Premier Division with just one defeat on their record and current champions Nomads, who are down in sixth but have games in hand on all the teams above them. These two have already met this season in the Welsh Cup with Nomads coming out on top 3-1. With a new-look squad developing under Simon Sedgwick, Brickie have taken a little time to settle but are unbeaten in their last five league games, four of which they have won. Nomads will enter Saturday’s game high on confidence having knocked Welsh Alliance Division One side Greenfield out of the FAW Trophy last weekend. Last meeting: FC Nomads 3 Brickfield 1 (Welsh Cup - September 10, 2016). Key man: Warren Kelly (FC Nomads). Bodedern Athletic v Bontnewydd (Gwynedd League, Saturday 2.
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