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Port v Rhydymwyn - 06/11/99

Before anybody tells me, yes it will be a low gate this afternoon because the Rugby World Cup Final is on the box. As normal the fixture computer has got it wrong, when Wales play an evening football international at the Racecourse we are not allowed to play in the after-noon, however when a fixture such as the Rugby World Cup final is live from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff we play. We tried to rearrange the fixture with today's visitors Rhydymwyn. but unfortunately they could not fit in to a revised schedule. shame really as today's match is a repeat of last years final of the League Cup and what a good game that turned out to be, especially as it saw us winning some silver-ware to end a rather disap-pointing season. Rhydymwyn and their wily old fox of a manager Ken Knowles will be all out for revenge today so we will have to be at our best to get a result.

On Tuesday night we played a friendly match at Runcorn. with a few injuries we drafted in Anthony Wright and Gari Davies from Llanelli and Huw Griffiths from Cefn Druids, all coaches who work on the Football in the Community Scheme. of course Runcorn are managed by Mark Carter another of our communi-ty coaches. On the night we played well and only failed to win because Kenny Dixon got a bad bobble with a poor effort but it crept in at the near post. I was assisted in the dugout by our newly appointed Community coach for the LIanelli area, Leighton James, who did the half-time team talk which made a pleasant change for me and probably the play-ers. Apart from his work on the scheme he is also the current manager of Llanelli who are currently riding high in the League of Wales.

Last Sunday's article in the Wales on Sunday regarding the League of Wales has certainly raised a few comments, but regular readers of this column will be well aware that I have predicted many of the changes raised in the article some weeks ago as a result of my insider knowledge of FAW workings. Well, stand by for some more top stories, my informant tells me the big split - a proposal for a Premier League, will happen sooner rather than later.
If the prophets of doom are right, nobody will read this today as everybody will be watching the rugby. maybe they will be wrong and all our faithful long suffering support-ers will be hear as normal. We shall see. Enjoy the match.
Porthmadog

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