Category Archives: Mid Wales League Division 2

Mid Wales Roundup – Matchday 9

It was a quiet weekend in Mid Wales this weekend, with just one games in Division One and three games in Division Two, but there was plenty of action to review. With just four games, there were 17 goals and plenty to talk about. Mid

Brecon Northcote resign from Mid Wales League

MID Wales football was dealt another blow this week with Brecon Northcote resigning from the MMP-NL Mid Wales League. The club’s resignation follows the withdrawal of Knighton Town last week and leaves both the first and second divisions to run with 14 clubs. Manager Anthony

Mid Wales Preview – Matchday 7

There are just five games being played in Mid Wales this weekend. Ahead of the fixtures in the Spar MidWales League Division One and Division Two, we delve into the fixtures and preview the fixtures going ahead this weekend. Mid Wales Division One Radnor Valley

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,

DAVID JONES: HOPEFULLY THE LADS HAVE LEARNED THEIR LESSON

Berriew are currently the leaders of the Spar Mid Wales League entertain bottom of the league side Montgomery, Berriew manager David Jones gives his pre-match thoughts.  Berriew didn’t have a fixture last week, meaning that they last played a game over two weeks ago. I

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Spar Mid Wales Second Divison:Crows go top with 4-0 win

Borth United displaced Kerry at the top of the Spar Mid Wales Second Division with their first ever win over visitors Builth Wells at the Uppingham Playing Fields. The Crows went into this clash with third-placed Builth knowing they could go top if they bettered