Groundhoppers prepare to descend to South Wales for Alliance weekend

A total of ELEVEN fixtures in the South Wales Alliance League will see attendances boosted this bank-holiday weekend with the arrival of Groundhoppers.

The annual spectacle allows fans to attend more games than they would be able to any other weekend as clubs agree to specific kick-offs.

The Welsh Groundhop takes place from the 25th-28th August, with a total of eleven games being played at different times to help the groundhoppers experience a number of Welsh grounds that they may not get to see any other time.

The event helps the profile of Welsh clubs who will welcome fans from afar and those that are local, giving the opportunity for the players to play in front of a bigger crowd.

With four days of Welsh football, locals and those from afar can get their football feast with some interesting ties on offer.

Simon Stokes, player-manager of Penrhiwceiber Con Athletic is relishing the opportunity to play in front of a bumper crowd which will see them host local rivals FC Cwmaman, with only five miles separating the two sides geographically.

“I am proud to be involved in such a big game for the club. This is a great opportunity for my players to play in front of at least 250 people . I couldn’t have asked for a better game for the groundhoppers to come to watch with a local derby against FC Cwmaman should have everything.”

THE FIXTURES

PREMIER DIVISION – Cwm Welfare v Cardiff Corinthians  – Friday 25th August 18:30 – Mount Pleasant Park

DIVISION ONE – Trebanog v Garw SBGC – Saturday 26th August 10:45 – The Coliseum

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DIVISION ONE – Tonyrefail BGC v Cefn Cribwr – Saturday 26th August 13:15- Tyn-y-Bryn Park

DIVISION TWO – Penrhiwfer v Blaenrhondda – Saturday 26th August 16:00  –  Queen Elizabeth 2 Community Field

PREMIER DIVISION – Ynyshir Albions v Ton & Gelli – Saturday 26th August 18:45 – Ynyshir Oval

DIVISION ONE – Penrhiwceiber Con Athletic v FC Cwmaman – Sunday 27th August 11:00 – Pentwyn Field

DIVISION TWO – Cwmbach Royal Stars v Tynte Rovers – Sunday 27th August 14:00 – Cwmbach Recreation Ground

PREMIER DIVISION – Brecon Corries v Pontlottyn – Sunday 27th August 18:00 – The Rich Field

DIVISION ONE – Cogan Coronation v AFC Whitchurch – Monday 28th August 11:00 – Cogan Recreation

DIVISION TWO – St Josephs v St Albans – Monday 27th August 14:00 – Maes-y-yCoed Playing Fields

DIVISION TWO – Llanrumney United v Cardiff Cosmopolitan – Monday 27th August 17:00 – Riverside Park
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