Black and Green Supporters have no reason to feel deprived of their football fix this weekend, even though Aber's regular season finished last Saturday with a tremendous 4-0 thumping of Bangor City.
Saturday 30th April (ko 2.30pm)
Spar Mid Wales League
Penrhyncoch v Hay St Mary's
On Saturday afternoon near neighbours Penrhyncoch, managed by Aber Town Academy Head Gari Lewis,host Hay St Mary's at Cae Baker (ko 2.30pm), knowing that a win will secure the Spar Mid Wales Championship and promotion to the Cymru Alliance. Such a promotion would obviously be a major boost to football in North Ceredigion so we are sure a good contingent of Aber fans will turn up tomorrow to cheer on the Roosters to what we hope will be a memorable victory.
Sunday 1st May (ko 11am)
FAW Academy Finals at Latham Park, Newtown
Aber Town Under 12s v Rhyl
Gari Lewis will be a busy man this weekend as no sooner will the Penrhyn game be finished than his thoughts will turn to Aber Town Under 12s FAW Academy Cup Final on Sunday morning at Newtown FC. The Under 12s clinched their place in the Final with a brilliant 3-0 win over Pontardawe at Carmarthen two weeks ago and will be hoping for a similar result on Sunday. The Young Team would be grateful to receive your support, and the Under 12s game will be followed by National Under 14s and Under 16s Finals at Latham Park.
Monday 2nd May (ko 4.15pm)
JD Welsh Cup Final
The New Saints v Airbus UK Broughton
This year's Welsh Cup Final, between Champions TNS and sixth placed Airbus will have a huge bearing on the end of Aber's season. TNS go in as overwhelming favourites to earn the treble, and if they do so the Black and Greens' season will be over. If Airbus win however Aber will progress to the UEFA Europa League Play Offs where they will play Carmarthen Town at Richmond Park on Wednesday evening (ko 7.30pm). Come on the Wingmakers!