Citizens’ win over students was top-class
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.
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