JD Cymru Leagues games to watch | 1 April

After a packed Good Friday schedule, it is a quick turnaround for clubs in the JD Cymru North and JD Cymru South as they take to the field again on Easter Monday – with some in action for the penultimate time this season. Here are the key games to watch.  

JD Cymru North – Chirk AAA v Porthmadog (Monday, 2:30pm)

Easter Monday could be make or break for Porthmadog as they travel to Holyhead Road to face already-relegated Chirk AAA. 

Port currently sit four points adrift of safety with just two games to play, meaning defeat on Monday would send them down – although they are waiting for 13th-place Prestatyn Town to have a charge heard for allegedly fielding an ineligible player. 

Steve Williams’ side have lost their last four matches in succession and only picked up six points from their last 15 games, a run which has left them stranded in the bottom three. 

Chirk were the first club to be relegated from the JD Cymru North this season at the start of March, but their form has picked up remarkably since then as they have earned seven points from the last nine available. 

Telor Williams netted twice for Porthmadog in a 4-1 win for Porthmadog in the reverse league fixture in August, before Port overcame the Colliers again with a penalty shootout victory in October’s JD Welsh Cup meeting. 

JD Cymru South – Trefelin v Briton Ferry Llansawel (Monday, 5:30pm)

Briton Ferry Llansawel will continue their quest for the JD Cymru South title when they make the short trip to Trefelin. 

The Reds currently sit second in the table, two points behind Llanelli Town but with a game in hand over the leaders. Lee John’s side travel to Goytre United earlier in the day so could really put the pressure on Ferry before they even kick-off. 

Andy Dyer’s side are in impressive form though, as they have won their last four matches and have picked up 16 points from the last 18 available. 

However, Trefelin will provide a stern test as they are unbeaten in their last four matches and are targeting a top half finish. 

Trefelin boss Andy Hill was sacked by Briton Ferry back in October, so could be keen to dent his former side’s title chances. 

Hill was in charge of the Reds when they eased to a 5-0 victory over Trefelin in the reverse fixture in August. Tom Walters, Tyler Brock, Kris Evans and Josh Bull all found the net in the win alongside Declan Evans, who has since joined Hill at Trefelin. 

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