Cit­i­zens’ win over stu­dents was top-class

Bangor Mail - - SPORT -

WHAT a fan­tas­tic way to start the sec­ond phase for Ban­gor City.

A great 3-0 vic­tory and up to sec­ond place on goal dif­fer­ence. Cardiff Met have proven dif­fi­cult op­po­nents this sea­son so the vic­tory was even more sat­is­fy­ing.

The first team’s next match is a trip to face the cham­pi­ons on Fri­day evening (7.45pm kick-off ).

Can we con­tinue with the con­fi­dent foot­ball this week? Let’s hope we can.

After the pre­vi­ous week’s 3-2 win in the Welsh Cup at Llan­rhaeadr, we hoped for more of the same from the quar­ter-fi­nal draw. With an 88% chance of draw­ing a WPL club we knew what would hap­pen. Nat­u­rally we will be fac­ing Peny­dar­ren, the only non-WPL side left in the com­pe­ti­tion.

The quar­ter-fi­nal will take place at Nant­porth on Sun­day, March 4 (2.30pm).

It would be great to have a few more peo­ple com­men­tat­ing on Ra­dio Ban­gor be­tween now and the end of the sea­son. If you’re in­ter­ested, please let us know by e-mail if there’s a par­tic­u­lar game you fancy do­ing.

I’d like to wel­come Alex Dar­ling­ton to the club on be­half of the fans. Alex’s rep­u­ta­tion pre­cedes him and it is good that the club can at­tract play­ers of that cal­i­bre.

We’ve de­cided to resched­ule the mid–sea­son draw un­til the next home match (Con­nah’s Quay, Feb 16). If you still have tick­ets please bring them on Fri­day or the next home match, where you’ll be able hand them to one of our vol­un­teers by the turn­stile.

Wales C in­ter­na­tional man­ager Mark Jones has an­nounced Owain Tudur Jones as his as­sis­tant ahead of their match against Eng­land on 20 March at Jen­ner Park. It’s fan­tas­tic to see one of Ban­gor’s old boys re­ceive such an ac­co­lade.

If there’s an is­sue you’d like us to share, e-mail to bcfcsa@ hot­ or con­tact us on so­cial me­dia.

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