Saturday, November 9
Cymru Premier (2.30 pm)
Barry Town United v Connah’s Quay Nomads
Barry lost their unbeaten league record when they went down 4-1 at Caernarfon Town last Saturday.
Can Gavin Chesterfield’s men now bounce back and become the first team to defeat the Nomads in the Cymru Premier this season?
This pair occupy the top-two places and the fixture has all the makings of a very close affair. No surprise at all if this one ends in a draw.
Cymru North (2.30 pm)
Corwen v Llangefni Town
Only one Cymru North match being played this weekend, but it’s potentially a very good one between two promoted sides.
Corwen are one off the bottom, but have shown much improvement of late, with last Saturday bringing a 2-1 win at Porthmadog where Dale Davies notched a double.
Cefni are in 14th spot, but despite being the lowest scorers in the league have made themselves hard to beat this season.
Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League (2 pm)
Take Stock Van Hire Challenge Cup round two: Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Aberffraw
Phoenix are top of Welsh Alliance Division Two while Aberffraw are bottom.
The interesting aspect of this game, though, is the fact Berffro save their best for the cups and pushed higher division Llanrug all the way before exiting the Welsh Cup last Saturday.
Penmaenmawr have already beaten Aberffraw 3-0 away in the league this season.
Guy Walmsley Welsh National League (2 pm)
Premier Division: Rhydymwyn v Brymbo
Brymbo will return to the summit on goal difference if they win at the Mornflake Mighty Oats Ground, but Rhydymwyn are steadily finding their feet and will make life anything but easy for the Steelmen.
Philly Hudson’s side were impressive 4-2 winners over Holywell in the FAW Trophy last weekend, but Rhyd overcame Plas Madoc and are not to be taken lightly, with new signing Danny Wynne a potential key man for them.
Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd League (2 pm)
Trearddur Bay Bulls v Nefyn United
This game was switched to Lon Isallt, Trearddur Bay, at the start of the week and is a contender for match of the day across North Wales.
Bulls are top of the Gwynedd League with nine wins in 10, while Nefyn may be down in seventh place but have games in hand on all above them.
The Penwaig have also been sensational in cup competitions and will be determined to make a statement in the league.
Salisbury and Co (St Asaph) Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League (2 pm)
Premier Division: Rhuddlan Town v Llanfairfechan Town
Another one that really catches the eye.
Unbeaten Rhuddlan, currently second, host a Llanfairfechan outfit which has won five, lost just the one, scored 26 goals and conceded only four. They won 8-0 away to Llanelwy Athletic last weekend.
Rhuddlan drew 3-3 at leaders Abergele last time out, so Wayne Hughes’ charges will be going all out to maintain their 100% home record.
Top Mark Uniforms North East Wales League (2 pm)
Brymbo Victoria v Penyffordd Lions
First at home to second in another possible corker.
Vics are 12 points ahead of their opponents, but Lions do have two games in hand.
Unbeaten in 11, Brymbo have slammed in 66 goals so far and every big test they have faced, they have remained undefeated.
Lucas Oil Anglesey League (2 pm)
Llanfairpwll v Bodorgan
Instant rematches are always interesting in football – especially when the first encounter was very close.
Last weekend saw Llanfairpwll edge a 4-3 victory at Bodorgan in the Lucas Oil Cup, so what will happen in the return?
Expect a few goals again – and probably another tight one.