Category Archives: Welsh Alliance League Division 2

Welsh Alliance League

Welsh Alliance Round-Up: Unbeaten Nattle Vale defeated

With Welsh Alliance clubs in League and Cup action this weekend, there was plenty of entertainment and talking points to enjoy, as we review the action. Bodedern Athletic managed to overcome previously unbeaten Nantlle Vale in Division One, in an entertaining 3-2 win. WELSH ALLIANCE

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Llandudno sides set for inaugural derby in Welsh Alliance

With 11 matches being played across the two Welsh Alliance divisions, this weekend promises to be an unmissable feast of entertainment, with each side hoping to improve on their current standings to be a stronger position come Christmas.  In Division One, history will be made

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Welsh Alliance Roundup: Bodedern title charge continues

It was an action packed weekend in the Welsh Alliance Leagues, as Bodedern Athletic continued their push for the title. In seven games, there were 25 goals and no draws in a weekend full of goals. We roundup all the action. WELSH ALLIANCE Division One

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Welsh Alliance Preview: Cup action returns as clubs eye glory

There will be no shortage of football drama happening this weekend involving the Welsh Alliance Clubs, with teams in League and Cup action. The  Mawddach Cup and Lock Stock Challenge Cup return along with action in both Welsh Alliance League Division One and Two. WELSH

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Welsh Alliance: Mawddach Cup action kicks off

This weekend sees Welsh Alliance League fixtures in both Division One and Division Two, however Mawddach Cup returns this weekend. There are just two Division One fixtures, as Llandyrnog United face Bodedern Athletic and LLanrug United host Prestatyn Sports. All four teams will be hoping

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Welsh Alliance Roundup: Blaenau Amateurs continue fine form

It was a bumper weekend in North Wales as the Welsh Alliance leagues delivered some spectacular football. Blaenau Amateurs continued their charge towards the Division Two title, whilst Barmouth and Dyffryn’s woes continued in the top tier. We review the action. Division One Llandudno Junction