osting opponents entrenched in the bottom four of the table, the Reds made heavy weather of their eventual win and it took the award of a second half penalty to make the game safe. After their previous match at Llantwit Major when they were really down to the bare bones player-wise, the home side welcomed back Jordan Follows and Lewis Jones from injury, while Steve Berry who had been forced off at Llantwit, made a welcome appearance and came through apparently unscathed, the only absentees being Steve Stone and Rhys Powell who was sitting out the last of a three match suspension. Read More
Shorn of several players due to injury and suspension, the visitors produced another spirited performance on a poor playing surface to gain maximum points, having to come from behind in doing so. Forced to play assistant manager Gary Lloyd from the start, the Reds were further hampered when central defender Steve Berry was forced to leave the field after just 19 minutes, leading to a reshuffle with striker Jamie Evans slotting into the back four, Read More
With both sides harbouring hopes of involvement in the promotion stakes at the conclusion of the season, a win for either would certainly boost these aims, and the visitors sealed the bragging rights on this occasion at the end of a feisty contest which at times threatened to boil over. Read More
When the sides met at the beginning of the season in August, the Reds raced into a 4-0 interval lead and seemed set for an emphatic win only for Bettws to stage a spirited fightback in the second half to reduce the deficit to just one goal before the visitors hauled themselves over the finish line courtesy of a penalty award in stoppage time. Read More
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Llanelli Town AFC Academy News
Llanelli Town AFC Under 14's will be playing Cardiff City Under 14'S at Stebo on the 13th of November. Kick off 19:00. Come see the future stars of Stebo.
Another great day for Reds Academy at a wet and blustery Penygaer against local rivals Carmarthen Town.
Llanelli Town U12's 5 - 2 Carmarthen Town U12'S
Llanelli Town U14'S 7 - 0 Carmarthen Town U14'S
Llanelli Town U16'S 2 - 2 Carmarthen Town U16'S
ABERYSTWYTH TOWN16’S 3 LLANELLI TOWN U16’S 5
The Under 16's faced the longest away day of the year last Sunday morning facing Aberystwyth. To the game, firstly with some of the players recovering from travel sickness, getting ready for the game was a struggle for some especially with the pitch being very heavy and not very steady under foot. The game started frantically and with the referee wanting substitutes not only to do the line but also to call offside’s