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CLUB CENTRE

JUNIOR LEAGUE REGIONAL BOUNDARIES

Mid & North Powys Junior League

The regional boundary of the Mid and North Powys Junior League shall be that part of the county of Powys bordered to the west by a straight line drawn immediately west of the village of Aberangell to a point immediately west of the hamlet of Pant Mawr on the A44 and to the south by the A44 from Pant Mawr to the roundabout on the A470 at Llangurig and from there by a straight line drawn to a point immediately south of the village of Llanbadarn Fynydd, and from there by a straight line drawn to a point immediately north of the village of Felindre, to the border with England. For the avoidance of doubt, Junior Players residing in the villages of Aberangell, Pant Mawr, Llangurig and Llanbadarn Fynydd shall be within the regional boundary of the Mid and North Powys Junior League whilst Junior Players residing in the villages of Felindre and Beguildy shall be within the regional boundary of the South Powys Junior League.

South Powys Junior League

The regional boundary of the South Powys Junior League is that part of the county of Powys south of the A44 from Pantmawr to the roundabout on the A470 at Llangurig and from there south of a straight line drawn to a point immediately south of the village of Llanbadarn Fynydd, and from there south of a straight line drawn to a point immediately north of the village of Felindre, to the border with England.

Aberystwyth and District Junior League

The regional boundary of the Aberystwyth and District Junior League is the County of Ceredigion north of a straight line drawn from Llanon to Tregaron. It includes South Gwynedd and that part of the county of Powys west of a straight line drawn from a point immediately west of the village of Aberangell to a point immediately west of the hamlet of Pant Mawr on the A44. For the avoidance of doubt Junior Players residing in the town of Tregaron or the villages of Llanon in Ceredigion and the villages of Cemmaes and Cemmaes Road in Powys shall be within the regional boundary of the Aberystwyth and District Junior League.

South Ceredigion Junior League

The regional boundary of the South Ceredigion Junior League is the County of Ceredigion south of a straight line drawn from Llanon to Tregaron.

 

WEST WALES PAN DISABILITY LEAGUE

On Sunday November the 3rd,  the West Wales PAN Disability League games went ahead in the sports centre of the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen with Aberystwyth Town fielding three teams including for the first time in the Novice category.

In the Elite Champions League group, without Club Captain Steve Davies and Welsh  LD International Will Davey in the side due to work commitments and injury, the side struggled to hold a good defensive shape without either of their normal defenders, losing both games against Swansea City Bravehearts and the first game against Bridgend herons before rallying to a draw in their final game against the Herons, Steven Brookes with the goal in a 1-1 draw.

In the Intermediate Premiership group, Aberystwyth continued their improvement as their players continue to gel at this level, winning 1-0 against a Bravehearts side through Dawid Murawski before mixed results and a host of close games against the rest of the teams in the division.

For the first time, Aberystwyth Town also entered a team in the novice Championship group, where the emphasis is not on results, but on personal development, coordination and team building in a fun environment. Within the games Pete Keegan managed to get on the scoresheet for the first time, while the evergreen David Baker, 50 during the week, was able to get the ball in the net twice, whilst Meilyr Lloyd, the coaches player of the tournament, was a rock at the heart of the defence.

The Disability teams are next in action next month, whilst this week they will be leading the first team players out at Park Avenue on Friday, as Aberystwyth Town take on Airbus UK.