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Bro Goronwy promoted to Tier 4 – nine Anglesey clubs now in North Wales Coast West Premier

Past Junior Cup joy for Bro Goronwy

Tremendous news for one of Ynys Môn most successful football clubs!

CPD Bro Goronwy FC have informed the NWCFA they will accept a position in North Wales Coast West Football League Tier 4 (Premier Division) for the upcoming 2020-2021 season.

The vacant slot became available after Barmouth & Dyffryn United sought and received permission from the NWCFA to join Central Wales Football Association.

Bro manager Robbie Jones gave the following reaction to the welcome news: “I am very happy that the club has made it into tier 4 after the setbacks we had last Thursday, as this is where we wanted to be originally.

“The league promises to be very challenging and tough, however I am very pleased with the lads that have already signed and hopefully potential lads that we will now be able to attract to the club, and therefore look be a very competitive team within the league.

Bro Goronwy manager Robbie Jones is a happy man

“With training beginning this week, and the start of the season not far on the horizon it’s time to prepare ourselves for an exciting year ahead.”

Bro’s pre season training commences this Wednesday evening 6-7:30pm at Cae Nerys, LL72 8NA.

Nine teams of the 16 in the North Wales Coast West Football League Tier 4 (Premier Division) are now from Anglesey.

Bro Goronwy honours list

League titles
Anglesey League 3 (2 first division, 1 second division)
Gwynedd League 1.

Cups
NWCFA Junior Cup 3
Dargie Cup 1
Megan Cup 2
Elias Cup 1
Thomas and Williams Cup 1
Bwlch Car Boot Trophy 2
Bob Owen Memorial Shield 1.

New-look Tier 4 North Wales Coast West Premier Division (16 teams)

CPD Aberffraw, Amlwch Town, Bangor 1876, Bro Goronwy, Bodedern Athletic, Gaerwen, Gwalchmai, Llanberis, Llanrug United, Menai Bridge Tigers, Mynydd Llandegai, Nefyn United, Penrhyndeudraeth, Pentraeth, Pwllheli, Trearddur Bay Bulls.

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