Gwynedd League match in Pen Eifionydd next up for 1876
We will make our first ever visit to Llanystumdwy on Saturday 1 February for a Gwynedd League match against that kicks off at 2pm.
We have already faced Llanystumdwy twice this season, both times at Treborth. The first of these matches took place in the Tarian Goffa Bob Owen Memorial Shield on 16 November, and resulted in a 13-0 win. The game was also of note as our captain Michael Johnston scored his first ever goal in Bangor. As we reported in a recent article on here, it has sparked a run of goals in three consecutive months from a defender who is not normally associated with goalscoring.
Since our match on 21 December, Llanystumdwy have only played twice in the Gwynedd League. They lost 6-0 away to Trearddur Bay Bulls on 11 January and 6-1 at Nefyn on 18 January. They currently occupy twelfth position in the table.
Please make the trip to Pen Eifionydd to cheer on our team if you can.
- This Saturday's game will take place at Dwyfor Park, Llanystumdwy. Postcode is LL52 0SH. Admission to the ground is £2 Adults, kids under 12 free. There is a tea hut in the ground with cold and hot refreshments available during the game.
- Supporters are asked to watch the game from behind the pitch-side fence and to only do so from three sides of the pitch. These are the ends behind both goals, and the length of the side of the pitch that is nearest to the ground entrance.
- Y Plu, a community-run pub in Llanystumdwy will be opening for the game and buffet food will be available.
- The Bryn Hir Arms on Cricieth High Street, who sponsor Llanystumdwy, will also be open for pre-match and post-match refreshments. The pubs is a good 30 minute walk from Dwyfor Park but there are buses from near the pub that go to the ground. We are told that they leave at 12:20pm, 12:41pm and 1:20pm, and that the journey takes approximately 7-8 minutes.
Many thanks to Liam Hughes from Llanystumdwy for his help in providing this practical information concerning Saturday's match.