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“This is Welsh Football” photography competition


Cameras at the ready!

 

To celebrate the tremendous work being done by clubs, schools and communities to promote the grassroots game in Wales, UEFA and the Football Association of Wales have launched the “This is Welsh Football” photo competition.

 

As Wales prepares to host two of the biggest matches in domestic football, the UEFA Champions League Final and UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, it’s important that we recognise the incredible work being done at grassroots level.

 

The competition is open to all ages and abilities, as long as the photos are taken in Wales, and depict grassroots football in two categories:

On the Pitch – Open to interpretation, this could be match action, training, goals, saves, tackles, referees, coaches etc.

Off the Pitch – Open to interpretation, this could be a pie at half time, team kit being washed, passionate supporters, the bus journey to the match etc.

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Postponed Fixture


Garden Village v Pontardawe Town

Llanelli v AFC Llwydcoed 

Friday February 3rd

 

POSTPONED - WATERLOGGED PITCHES

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Afan Lido Football Club


At a meeting on Friday evening Phil Robinson was elected as Club President to replace the late Ken Williams and Nigel Trott was elected as Chairman to replace Sean McCreesh who recently resigned.

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West End FC - David Cullen


It's with sad news that West End have to announce the passing away of Life-President and ex-chairman David (Dai) Cullen.
The Funeral is on January 20th at Swansea Crematorium.

Further information from David Owen, Secretary West End FC

 

 

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Alan Latham - Carmarthen Town


Carmarthen Town mourns the death of Alan Latham, a great servant of the Club and former Club Secretary. 
Alan was one of the Town's characters and a person full of humour and warmth. 

The Welsh Football League sends it sincere sympathies to Carmarthen Town and Alan's family

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Tredegar Town reappoint Andrew York


WALES' most decorated non-league player, Andrew York, has been reappointed manager of Tredegar Town with the same remitt - to save the north Gwent side from being relegated from the Welsh League.

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