The Welsh Cup takes centre stage this weekend with Friday night’s clash between Flint and Prestatyn ensuring one Tier 2 team will reach the last four of the competition. Holders The New Saints need to return to winning ways against Newtown to remain in the competition. There is a reduced programme in the Cymru North where Guilsfield, the league’s form team, go in search of their sixth-straight win at Corwen. Weather permitting, it’s first versus second in the Cymru South with leaders Swansea Uni currently four-points clear ahead of the visit of Haverfordwest County. Cymru Premier rivals The New Saints and Connah’s Quay clash in Premier Development League, while Swansea City and Cardiff City face each other in the pick of the WPWL.
WELSH CUP QUARTER-FINAL
Fri 28 Feb: Caernarfon Town v Cefn Druids, Flint Town United v Prestatyn Town (TV). Sat 29 Feb: Connah’s Quay v Cardiff Met, The New Saints v Newtown.
Sat 29 Feb: Llanrhaeadr v Llandudno, Ruthin Town v Llangefni Town, Corwen v Guilsfield, Porthmadog v Buckley Town, Cony Borough v Llanfair United, Colwyn Bay v Penrhyncoch.
Fri 28 Feb: Cwmamman United v Llanelli Town. Sat 29 Feb: Cambrian & Clydach v Taffs Well, Undy Athletic v Pontypridd Town, Llantwit Major v Goytre United, Swansea Uni v Haverfordwest County, Ammanford v Afan Lido, Caerau Ely v Briton Ferry, Cwmbran Celtic v STM Sports.
PREMIER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NORTH
Sun 1 Mar: Cefn Druids v Bala Town, Prestatyn Town v Rhyl, The New Saints v Connah’s Quay, Llandudno v Newtown, Caernarfon Town v Flint Town United.
PREMIER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE SOUTH
Sun 1 Mar: Haverfordwest County v Carmarthen Town, Llanelli Town v Torfaen Academy, Cambrian & Clydach v Pontardawe Town, Penybont v Aberystwyth, Risca United v Barry Town.
WELSH PREMIER WOMEN’S LEAGUE
Sun 1 Mar: Cardiff City v Swansea City, Cyncoed LFC v Briton Ferry, Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth, Port Talbot Town v Abergavenny.
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