Saturday, October 19
Cymru Premier (2.30 pm)
Bala Town v Barry Town United
Good contest on the cards at Maes Tegid as fourth-place Bala host Cymru Premier leaders Barry.
The Lakesiders have won four matches on the bounce and impressed in a 2-2 draw at Jenner Park back in August.
Saturday’s combatants have met seven times in the Cymru Premier and the stats could not be closer, three wins apiece, one draw and 11 goals each.
Barry are still undefeated in the league this season after nine games and have the tightest defence with just six goals conceded.
Bala are aiming for their 150th top flight victory and Nathan Burke is in line to make his 100th start for Colin Caton’s men.
Welsh Alliance Division One (2.30 pm)
Glan Conwy v Llanrwst United
Just one point separates these local rivals in mid-table, with Glan ahead of Llanrwst, but the Rwsters having played two games less.
Glan are coming off the back of a great 1-0 win at Nantlle Vale last weekend, while Llanrwst triumphed 4-1 at Llandyrnog on the same day.
Welsh Alliance Division Two (2.30 pm)
Kinmel Bay v Holyhead Town
Bay will look to extend their perfect home record to five straight victories when free-scoring Holyhead visit Y Morfa Leisure Centre.
Scoring goals has proved no problem to either of these sides this season, but defensively the pair have been leaky at times.
Town have dynamic duo Asa Thomas and Gary Jo Owen up front, while Matthew Griffiths is a major danger man for the Bay.
Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division (2 pm)
Llanfairfechan Town v Abergele
Fourth entertain second with Abergele knowing a victory will put them top of the Premier Division.
Gele are unbeaten, possessing a 100% record but yet to win on their travels, while Llanfair have been victorious in both their home tests to date.
All the ingredients for a tight tussle.
North East Wales League (2 pm)
Borras Park Albion v Brymbo Victoria
Top of the table and unbeaten in nine outings, Brymbo Vics will be going all out to extend their fine run.
Borras have made a fine start to the season, but suffered a heavy cup defeat at Mold Town United last weekend, so will be keen to turn the tables. Has that result knocked their confidence, or will it serve to only inspire them to greater heights?
Anglesey League (2 pm)
Y Fali v Mountain Rangers
Can Y Fali bring an end to Mountain Rangers’ undefeated record in the Anglesey League?
Valley are third in the table and have won five out of six at home, so they could certainly give Alex Philp’s side plenty to think about.
Rangers are unbeaten in nine, having chalked up seven wins and two draws with a highly impressive 45 goals scored.
A tremendous contest in prospect.