Weather is not a problem
9:51am Monday 17th February 2014 in Sport
Although many clubs in the Costcutter Football League have been side-lined for five weekends officials are confident there will not be a fixture pile up at the end of the season.
Giving an assurance that everything is under control long-serving league secretary Geraint Davies pointed out that there is one Saturday remaining in this month, five in March and four in April in addition to midweek games and fixtures during May.
He said that Bargod Rangers have played 15 of their 22 games, and in the case of St Dogmaels who have completed 14 league fixtures they had played ten during the second week in March last year.
“We were fortunate in having a dry autumn and lost only two or three games up to Christmas. With the forecast of improved weather there is no problem and we are well in control of the situation,” he said.
The only game to beat the weather on Saturday was the Easter Monday League Cup quarter-final tie between Bargod Rangers and Crannog where the Parc Puw pitch at Drefach/Felindre was in good condition.
Rangers went through to the semi-final after a 3-2 win, the home goals netted by leading marksman Sam Skinner who bagged a brace and Memo Dag.