Category Archives: Mid Wales

Mid Wales Roundup – Matchday 10

There were three surviving games from Mid Wales Division One after storm Callum. The excitement this weekend as Caersws’ unbeaten run came to an end. But, with four games surviving the elements, there was plenty of action to discuss. Mid Wales Division One Postponed – Aberaeron

Mid Wales Preview – Matchday 10

Mid Wales League is setting up to  be an exciting league this season. With a full host of fixtures, fans are undoubtedly looking forward to getting back to league action after last weekend’s cup fixtures. However, with storm Callum on its way, clubs will be

Five games to watch in Wales this weekend

The international break is here, giving club football fans the perfect opportunity to go and watch a local game.  Luckily for them, Wales has a full card of fixtures to offer. Whilst a number of clubs across the border are out of action, the entire

Mid Wales Preview League Cup Round 1 Preview

Mid Wales action turns towards the League Cup this weekend. With 13 bumper fixtures taking place in Round One, there is plenty of action in Mid Wales this coming weekend. Division One Berriew vs Caersws Fourth vs first with both teams in fine form. Berriew

Eight opening day fixtures to watch in Wales

With pre-season over and teams ready for their first fixture, the countdown to the start of the Welsh football is on once again. As fans across Wales endure their final few days without competitive football, Y Clwb Pel Droed has taken a look at some

Mid Wales League awards see Berriew and Borth claim two

The annual awards for the Spar Mid Wales League were announced and it was Berriew and Borth who jointly claimed the most awards. With the winners collecting their prizes at the league’s AGM meeting on 19th June at Llanidloes Golf Club. The awards included Manager

Kerry could clinch the Spar 2 Title

With the season almost at a close, this weekend sees 1st play 2nd in Spar 2 as the Leauge leaders, Kerry, host Borth. With Kerry currently sitting top of Spar 1 with 50 points and Borth just behind on 48, having played one more game,