Great news for Blaenau Amateurs, Hawarden Rangers and Pwllheli

Blaenau’s wonderful Cae Clyd ground. Picture: TREVOR JONES

Three North Wales football clubs have won their appeals against the FAW’s refusal to grant them a Tier 3 licence for the 2021-22 season.

Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, Hawarden Rangers and Pwllheli were initially turned down by the independent Tier 3 First Instance Body on 11 May 2021 and submitted their appeals in accordance with the FAW Tier 3 Licensing Regulations.

The FAW Tier 3 Appeals Body met remotely today to consider five appeals. An FAW Tier 3 Licence is mandatory to participate in Tier 3 of the FAW Pyramid for the 2021/2022 season.

Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, Hawarden Rangers and Pwllheli, as well as Machynlleth and Pencoed BGC, were all successful.

Full list of clubs who have achieved the FAW Tier 3 Licence for the 2021/22 season:

Ardal North East (15)

• Berriew
• Bow Street
• Caersws
• Carno
• Cefn Albion
• Chirk AAA
• Corwen
• Four Crosses
• Kerry
• Llanfair United
• Machynlleth
• Penparcau
• Penycae
• Rhos Aelwyd
• Welshpool Town

Ardal North West (16)

• Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs
• Brickfield Rangers
• Brymbo
• CPD Porthmadog
• Denbigh Town
• Llandudno Albion
• Llanrwst United
• Llanuwchllyn
• Llay Welfare
• Mold Alex
• Nantlle Vale
• Rhostyllen
• Rhydymwyn
• Saltney Town
• St Asaph City
• CPD Y Felinheli

TIER 4 (NORTH) APPLICANT CLUBS – GRANTED TIER 3 LICENCE (7)

• Bangor 1876
• Dolgellau AAA
• Glantraeth
• Hawarden Rangers
• CPD Penrhyndeudraeth
• Pwllheli
• CPD Y Rhyl 1879

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