Mid Wales League Groundhop 2012 – Part 2

Tywyn/Bryncrug Fc – Bench seating for spectators, come on was there no thought for sightlines?

 

Some Bara Brith, oh go on then

 

Time for the team changes

Meanwhile Bella the Sharpay is less than impressed with Bow Street’s performance

 Tywyn/Bryncrug FC

 

Match poster for Aberdyfi 6 Bont 5 at Penhros Field, a remarkable game, the home side coming back from 0-4 down to win with the last kick of the game (Att:324)

 

Aberdyfi FC

 

Aberdyfi FC, spectator seating or giant dug outs?

 

Machynlleth’s nod to Archibald Leitch’s classic gable

 

Machynlleth 0 Kerry 4, at their homely Cae Glas ground (Att:347)

 

WelshpoolTown 3 LlansantffraidVillage 5 (Att:211) at Maes-y-Dre

 

I wonder what Wynn Owen would say of Town’s demise since he laid this stone in Dec 1953

 

When watching Welshpool it would be rude not to pop in to the adjacent ground of Waterloo Rovers

 

Dolgellau Atheltic 2 Carno 1 (Att:206). The big cover at Cae Marian providing solice from incessant rain

 

A man who…lives his life without shoes

 

Dyffryn Banw’s picturesque but basic Cae Morfa ground is still a step up from their previous field behind the school.

 

Dyffryn Banw 2 Builth Wells 3 (Att:181). Hardy souls that made it to the end! 11 games and a mammoth 69 goals witnessed.

 

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Mid Wales League Groundhop 2012 – Part 1

Llanfair United 4 Abermule 1 (Att:261)

The brand new Ivor Owen stand is unveiled at Mount Field

Llanfair United

The superb stand at the Racecourse Ground home of Mid Wales (South) League side Penybont, 8-1 victors over a hapless St.Harmon (Att:257)

Farm building pressed into action as a makeshift kitchen

You got to say thats a tempting raffle

Bauhaus Movement meets rural Radnorshire as Radnor Valley lose 2-3 at home to Newcastle at their School Lane ground (Att:212)

Radnor Valley FC – Mid Wales (South) League

The beef stew beats the usual football fare of burgers and hot dogs

All roads lead to Llanandras Park

Pristine Presteigne, scene of a remarkable 5-5 draw with Rhosgoch Rangers, the visitors equalising with a 97th minute free kick (Att:260)

How kind

The remarkable trailer stand at Hay St.Mary’s Forest Road ground. The Saints beating Talgarth Town 3-2 under lights (Att:317)

Trailer stand at Hay St.Mary’s

Nice stand at Tywyn/Bryncrug’s Cae Chware ground, the home side easy 4-0 victors over Bow Street (Att:267)