Newly-formed Llangefni Town Ladies will have a second run-out this weekend when they travel to Llanystumdwy for a friendly on Sunday (12 noon kick-off).
Both teams will compete in the North Wales area leagues in the season ahead. Llanystumdwy have been formed for a while, but action has been severely restricted due to Covid-19.
Llangefni manager Bryn Griffith is pleased how things are progressing for the Anglesey side.
He said: “I have a solid foundation. A couple of girls who haven’t played before but are showing great potential.
“I have a few girls that have played before and they are bringing experience to the squad. A couple of more signings to strengthen the squad and we are ready to rock n roll.”
Bryn added, though, that he hopes fellow island team Amlwch Town will survive their current player crisis and compete in the 2021-22 season. “I do wish Amlwch all the best too and if I can help I’m happy to do so,” he said.
CPD Merched Bethel
This Sunday sees CPD Merched Bethel travel to Connah’s Quay Nomads for their second pre-season friendly.
Once again, as fans and supporters are not allowed at the games, there will be live updates on Bethel Ladies’ Facebook page as they happen.
Bethel are looking for new players for their under-14’s girls team.
There will be a free open training session for girls in current year 7 and 8 (year 8 and 9 in September) on Wednesday, June 30th on Brynrefail School’s rugby field from 6 until 7. Get in touch for more information or if your interested by e-mailing email@example.com
Chwilio am chwaraewyr i dîm genethod Dan 14.
Sesiwn ymarfer agored, am ddim, i ddisgyblion presenol blwyddyn 7 a 8 (blwyddyn 8 a 9 mis Medi). Nos Fercher Mehefin 30 ar cae rygbi Ysgol Brynrefail o 6 tan 7. Cysylltwch am fwy o wybodaeth neu os oes gennych ddiddordeb ⚽