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Port v Fflint - 25/09/99

On Wednesday night we had the satisfaction or returning to winning ways with a 2-0 win over a resilient Llangefni Town side. One supporter told me over a pint in the Station afterwards that we should have won 6-0, not a view I subscribe to. Remember that two weeks ago Llangefni drew 3-3 away at Llandudno and were the first team to take points off the runaway leaders. Thankfully for everybody else in the league Cemaes Bay beat them 4-1 on Wednesday night to allow us and others to dose what was becoming a daunting gap so early in the season.

Strange really, it is September 25th and we have already played nearly a third of our league fixtures, bearing that particular fact in mind it's impor-tant that we keep picking up points, home and away and keep us there or there abouts if we are to challenge for honours later in the season.

Many supporters have asked me what the League of Wales ground criteria is all about, well quite simply it may not matter that much soon as the pyramid structure committee of the FAW likely to announce their new stmcture for Leagues in Wales. It may well be the cast that they will opt for a Premier League of 10 or 12 clubs which could be formed in the very near future. If such a league were formed it could have ground criteria regulations of its own, a different cri-teria would apply to division one were that to be set up. The nor-mal leaks and quotes and specu-lation from people in the know were printed in last weeks Wales on Sunday with comparisons made with the League of Ireland. Word has it as a 12 team league with a 1200 seat stadia. A good barometer would be see the work going on at Latham Park, Newtown who normally antici-pate correctly the mood and changes within the FAW, or look at the existing fine stadia at Jenner Park, Barry. Cwmbran, Inter Cardiff and Conwy also have fine Premier League type facilities.

Teams who have operated in the Premier Cup on a regular basis have enjoyed huge financial rewards and are pulling away from the others with their finan-cial muscle. How long before Colwyn Bay. Merthyr and Newport join in willingly in such a league. Today we have another diffi-cult test as Flint are one of the bookies favourites to win the league visit Y Traeth. Lets hope that we can get it right for two games on the trot and can build on our midweek success. Enjoy the match and keep behind the team. Thanks for your support.


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