This is the real big match on Sunday!

Millbank FC v FC Mally
Sunday, July 11 – kick off 11 am at Rhydwen Drive, Rhyl

What a cracker is in store this Sunday as Rhyl’s up-and-coming stars Millbank FC take on the long-established kings of the North Wales coast FC Mally from Llandudno Junction.

On their team Facebook page, Millbank manager Liam Groves writes: “Make no mistake, this may be a pre-season friendly, but I’m sure there will plenty of passionate play from both teams.

We see this as a perfect opportunity to flex the ever-growing squad size we have at our disposal.

“In recent weeks I really believe we have come a long way in a short space of time. Having only formed some months ago we have at times learned the hard way, however, being able to take the faults and adapt for future games has been the real key in our development.

“As it stands, we will be taking a 16-man squad with us on Sunday. This leaves a very bittersweet taste, having so many of our lads wanting to play but just not being feasible to take all available.”

Millbank squad for Sunday

Ben Spencer
Paul Ham
Aidan Bell
Nathan Jones
Jordan Hall
Alex Hall
Mattie Edge
Lewis Jenner
Ashley Randles
Joel Poh
Matt Toole
Simon Roberts
Ben Edge
Jason Foulkes
Kylan Ellis
Cazzy Gordon

Groves added: “We want to see as many faces as possible at the game. Grassroots football is made by the support of both teams so if anybody is looking for something to do Sunday morning before the Euro 2020 final, this is the ticket.”

FC MALLY

Mally manager Andy Colville (furthest left) with Skip Lloyd, Luke Smith and Jordan Kane

This amazing team needs no introduction. Just look at what they’ve won over the years:

2012/2013
Premier Cup runners-up

2013/2014 (quadruple 1)
Lee Jones Cup winners, Premier Cup winners, NWCFA Sunday Challenge Cup winners, Rhyl & District League winners

2014/2015 (quadruple 2)
Lee Jones Cup winners, Premier Cup winners, NWCFA Sunday Challenge Cup winners, Rhyl & District League winners

2016/2017
Reformed as Crozzy FC taking the Premier Cup for third time in 4 years.

2017/2018
Back as FC Mally! Premier Cup runners-up, Lee Jones Cup winners, NWCFA Sunday Challenge Cup winners, Rhyl & District League winners

2018/2019 (quadruple 3)
Lee Jones Cup winners, Premier Cup winners, NWCFA Sunday Cup winners, Rhyl & District League winners.

Mally recently announced Llandudno Albion’s long-serving captain Joel “Skip” Lloyd is their vice-captain for 2021-22.

Two fantastic new signings in Luke Smith and Jordan Kane have just been recruited.

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