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Wales Women's Football / Re: Aberystwyth Town v Llandudno Junction
« on: December 07, 2009, 08:49:29 AM »
Come on The Junction!!!  ;)

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales League
« on: April 05, 2009, 09:27:48 PM »
Colwyn Bay are no more and have withdrawn from the league due to having not enough players (only 8 left) but on a possitive it lookes like three new teams next season with denbigh, Buckley and probibly another team from that area.

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales Womens results
« on: March 17, 2009, 11:12:43 PM »
Im not having a go at you spectator but having a team in a one off cup comp is not the same as having an u16/17s in a league playing all season.(K/Bay did enter an under 16s and is in the semi final) but the criteria did state an established junior section. You must be able to see how it looks for the other clubs who have worked hard and persevered with the N/Wales women’s league to see a club like yours come back from the English system and then get straight into this new Welsh league.

Wales Women's Football / Re: The FAW Women's Challenge Cup
« on: March 16, 2009, 09:11:58 AM »
Swansea 3 - 2 Llandudno Junction

Three very young local officials who treated it as kids game showing little respect to the women.

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales Womens results
« on: March 16, 2009, 09:06:58 AM »
Within 4 mile radius of Caernarfon  Llanrug and Bethel have girls youth teams  set ups and Caernarfon having an under 11 team in the western area, also Caernarfon had a team in the under 16 Welsh Cup,now do you want Caernarfon to set up a full range of girls teams at the expence of Llanrug and Bethel not having any, theres only so much girl football players to go around,as seen in the senior teams cant get full teams for games

Within a 4 mile radius of Llandudno Junction. Glan Conwy, Mochdre and Llanfairfechan (7 miles) have girls team in local leagues and the fact is Caernarfon has NONE, Rules are Rules

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales Womens results
« on: March 15, 2009, 10:14:48 PM »
Amongst two of the critiria laid down by the Welsh Fa were that you had.
 1-Prority on the pitch you played on, Colwyn Bay and Caernarfon did not meet this one. dont know about Wrexham.
 2-That a Junior/Youth development were set up. Caernarfon nor Wrexham have any Juniors/Youth teams playing league football and Colwyn Bay's junior set up have collapsed.

 Both these points were met by Kinmel Bay and Llandudno Junction, and nowhere does it state that you have to have come First, Second or even Third in any League.

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales Womens results
« on: March 14, 2009, 09:06:43 PM »

i know its bad, ye i mite b moving to juction my self, jus waiting 2 c wats going on now!! ye a 6-1 win 2 wrexham was unbelievable after last tym we beat them 8-2 thats how downhill the team is going so who knows about the future!!lolo
Just thought if you wanted to play for the Junction this season before Colwyn Bay collapse compleatly that you now only have 17 days left. I know you play midfield cos Ive seen you play there so often in the last 4/5 yrs.

Wales Women's Football / Re: North Wales Womens results
« on: March 12, 2009, 09:02:15 PM »
Hi everyone, Im new on here but I would like to advice anyone who would like to transfer to another team that they have only 18 days left to do so. So for example, Stace from Colwyn Bay could phone a friend get a transfer to the Jct, play midfield next to SF and be the best midfieders in N Wales and the Jct could work towards promotion to the new Welsh league next season. PS Kinmel Bay are 1st reserve becouse they meet the critirier laid down by the Welsh FA, If Im right C/Bay were not on the short list only K/Bay.

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