PROMOTION DECIDER FOR RESERVES
Friday 28th January 2022
14 teams will represent Llangennech this weekend with the reserves involved in a top of the table clash against Dafen in their penultimate fixture.
After a heavy defeat to FC Carmarthen a fortnight ago, Nathan Mcauley's side bounced back with a 2-0 victory at Johnstown last week.
Callum Morgan and Liam James found the net for the firsts who now hope to put a long run of positive results together if they are to achieve promotion.
Llangennech find themselves in 6th position in Division 1 on 26 points, while tomorrow's opponents Drefach are two places below Llan on 21 points, having played an extra fixture.
The two sides last met in August, with Llan winning 2-1 at Maes y Gwendraeth School in Drefach, Morgan Lewis and Gavin Williams with the goals for Llan. (See highlights here)
With a victory tomorrow, Llangennech would find themselves in the hunt for promotion with 7 games ahead.
The reserves take on Dafen in a top of the table clash in their penultimate fixture - victory would mean having control of their own fate on the final day next weekend.
Dafen currently sit at the top of the table on 29 points with Llan behind them in second, on 26. Meaning tomorrow's fixture is essentially a promotion decider.
In the reverse fixture, it was Dafen who came out on top, winning 4-2. First team manager Nathan Mcauley bagged a brace for the seconds before Dafen scored 3 second-half goals to take the victory.
The sides meet at Dafen Park tomorrow afternoon in the all-important clash at 2PM.
The A Team travel to Caerbryn tomorrow in Reserve Division 3, with the team looking to climb the table.
Llan currently sit in 8th place in the division, on 17 points having only played 13 games. While tomorrow's opponents are in 10th on 14 points from 15 games.
Caerbryn won the reverse fixture 4-2 at Penygaer. Chris Doran and Liam Williams found the net for Llan.
The game kicks off at 2PM tomorrow afternoon at Caerbryn.
Juniors and Minis
The U14's were due to take on Loughor tomorrow morning but that fixture has since been postponed due to covid cases.
The U13's and U12's boys take on Pontarddulais at the park tomorrow morning. The U12's kick-off at 9:30 AM with the U13's following on at 10:45.
The U12's girls take on Ystradgynlais at the Llan Siro at 12:45PM on Sunday.
The U11's and U10's boys will feature at mini-festivals at Pen Rhos school. The U10's start at 8:30AM and the U11's get underway at 11:30AM.
The U11's girls will feature in a festival at Coleg Sir Gar on Sunday morning. While the U8's girls will play in a festival at Neath.
The U8's boys are involved in a festival at Coleg Sir Gar on Saturday morning and the U7's and U6's feature at Pwll at the same time.