Sunday 9th April (ko 4.15pm)
Llandudno v Aberystwyth Town
After a fifteen day break from action Aberystwyth Town will be raring to go at Llandudno for Sunday's televised Dafabet WPL match, and will be looking to repeat the excellent performance they gave at home to Cefn Druids a week last Saturday.
A goalless draw was scant reward for a superb defensive performance and an attacking show which looked sure to garner three points for the Black and Greens. A similar performance on Sunday will surely not go unrewarded.
Of course two weeks is a long time in football and there have been changes to Aber's Football Management Staff in the interim period. Ex Premier League Coach Tony Pennock has been drafted in as Assistant Manager and will be in the dug out for the first time on Sunday. He will meet his new Squad on Saturday evening as the Team are staying up in North Wales prior to the game to reduce the negative impact of a long journey to Llandudno.
Alan Morgan's men will be tough opponents to Aber having snatched a 4-3 win at Park Avenue from 3-1 down back in February. However Aber beat Llandudno up at Maesdu back in August with Jonathan Evans' dramatic 93rd minute winner, and the two sides played out an engaging 0-0 draw in October too, so a close and intriguing game is likely. Talismanic Town striker Jon Owen joined Aber from Llandudno in January, while Tudno's Manager Alan Morgan, keeper Dave Roberts and forward Jamie Reed have all represented the Ceredigion Club also, which adds to the spice.
Unfortunately on this occasion the Club is not able to put on a Supporters Coach but a good following is certain to support the Black and Greens on Sunday afternoon, and the kick off at Maesdu Park is at 4.15pm. For those unable to travel the game will be shown live in the John Charles Lounge from 4pm: and the bar will be open. Find a way to support Aber Town on Sunday, however you can. Three games left: you'll miss your footy when it's gone!