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[[[sport tv**]-]] Live: Caernarfon Town vs Aberystwyth stream 17/03/2023

The spoils were shared between the two teams in Phase 1. Caernarfon triumphed 2-1 at the Oval in October thanks to goals from O’Rourke and Marsh-Hughes, with Sam Litchfield replying for Aber. The scoreline was then replicated at Park Avenue in January with Aber the victors this time thanks to goals from Harry Arnison & Niall Flint, whilst Caernarfon’s reply came from Rhys Alun Williams. The Oval can be found on Marcus Street, Caernarfon and the postcode for your sat-nav is LL55 2HT. Its time for another Friday night on the road with the Black and Greens! 12/03/2023CWFA CHALLENGE CUP SEMI-FINAL 22/23ABERYSTWYTH UNI 1 ABER TOWN WOMEN 11ABER TOWN WOMEN DEVELOPMENT 0 LLANFAIR UNITED 1 There'll be one Aberystwyth Town Women team in the final of the Central Wales FA Ladies' Challenge Cup - as the first team trounced Aberystwyth University 11-1.

This means that they currently sit in 8th place, one point behind Haverfordwest in 7th with both teams having played the same amount of games. There are a couple of familiar faces in the Caernarfon squad this season. Ben Wynne spent the latter half of last season at Aberystwyth University Park Avenue before moving north in the summer, whilst Darren Thomas signed for Aber from Caernarfon back in 2015 during Ian Hughes’ tenure and had a six month spell in Black and Green before returning to The Oval. Fidel O’Rourke was the teams top scorer in Phase 1, but after hitting 7 goals the loanee has since returned to parent club Liverpool before being loaned out again. Joe Faux and Darren Thomas have both netted 6, whilst Sion Bradley & Ben Wynne have 4 each.

But the development side couldn't make it two, narrowly falling 1-0 to Llanfair United at Park Avenue. JD Cymru PremierSaturday 11th MarchAberystwyth Town 0 Haverfordwest County 1In a tight, tight game at Park Avenue yesterday Haverfordwest got the break they needed to beat Aber Town 1-0, with Ioan Evans’ 51st minute strike enough to seal the deal. Aber created some great chances to equalise but County saw the game out on a disappointing afternoon for those of a Black and Green persuasion. A wintry rainstorm prior to kick off did not deter the Park Avenue faithful, and the game started with both sides playing a cagey game, with chances few and far between.

Jack Wilson brought another save from Turner, and then blasted wide from a good position with County looking to kill off Aber, but Town stayed in it and battled on. Horwood went on a buccaneering run down the left, played in Jon Owen, and his goalbound shot was brilliantly touched round the post by Zac Jones in County’s goal, with Thorn heading the resultant corner wide. Wilson volleyed over and then a dangerous cross from Owen appeared to strike the hand of a visiting defender, but frustrated Town had to settle for a corner, which was cleared.

Turner parried a dangerous header to safety then right at the end of the ninety Steff Davies flicked on a ball, and Bradford’s close range effort was desperately scrambled to safety by Haverfordwest. Elliot Duggan fired wide at the other end and County saw out the win. On the balance of play Haverfordwest probably just about deserved to win an ugly game, but on another day Anthony Williams’ hard working side would definitely have got something out of this game. With everything going against them at the moment Aber must lick their wounds this week ahead of their next game, away to Caernarfon Town on Friday evening (ko 7.

45pm). Photos courtesy of RB Photography Aberystwyth Town vs Haverfordwest CountyJD Cymru PremierSaturday 11th March2. 30pm KO After a two-week break, Aberystwyth Town return to action looking to build on the 7-1 win at Airbus on 24th February – a scoreline that equalled Aber’s best ever win in the Cymru Premier. That result, which saw 6 different players register goals, gives Anthony Williams’ side plenty of hope going into the final 7 games of the season, and with 7th placed Caernarfon Town only 6 points ahead of the Black & Greens, a push for the last playoff spot may not be completely out of the question if Aber can put a string of wins together. The visitors to Aberystwyth University Park Avenue this weekend are 8th placed Haverfordwest County, led by former Aber manager Tony Pennock.

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