Weekend of live matches on RedWall+

There is a weekend of live football ahead on RedWall+ across league and cup matches between 19-21 April.

RedWall+ is the FAW’s free streaming service for football fans in Wales with documentaries, features and live football matches.

Watch great content on demand right now by clicking here or tune in on the dates below to watch live football.

Friday, 19 April

Porthmadog v Holywell Town

  • JD Cymru North
  • KO 19:30

Hosts Porthmadog are locked in the relegation battle and currently only sit outside the bottom three on goal difference as they are level on 22 points with 14th place Prestatyn Town. 

Meanwhile, Holywell currently lead the JD Cymru North title race – three points ahead of second-place Flint Town United. The Wellmen will clinch the title if they win the match and Flint drop points against Denbigh Town, who are playing at the same time. Follow all of Friday’s other matches with live updates on the Cymru Football app or on the JD Cymru North website

Saturday, 20 April

Newport City v Penrhyncoch

  • Dragon Signs Amateur Trophy Final
  • KO 12:30

Newport City, who are third in Ardal South East, meet Penrhyncoch who are top of the Ardal North East in the Dragon Signs Amateur Trophy at Latham Park in Newtown. 

With both teams enjoying impressive seasons, it promises to be an enthralling contest. 

Briton Ferry Llanswel v Mold Alexandra

  • Welsh Blood Service League Cup Final
  • KO 17:15

It has been a spectacular season for Briton Ferry Llansawel, having been crowned champions of JD Cymru South and being promoted to the JD Cymru Premier – and there is another piece of silverware on offer in this live RedWall+ match as they face 

Mold Alexandra in the Welsh Blood Service League Cup national final at Newtown’s Latham Park. Mold Alex look good for a top 5 finish in JD Cymru North and will fancy some silverware for themselves. 

Sunday, 21 April

Briton Ferry Llansawel v Llandudno

  • Genero Andran Leagues Play-Off Final
  • KO 16:30

Briton Ferry Llansawel and Llandudno will go head-to-head in the Genero Adran Leagues play-off for the right to win promotion to the Genero Adran Premier.

Briton Ferry lifted the Genero Adran South title following a perfect campaign in which they won all 12 of their league matches, scoring 55 goals and conceding just five.

Meanwhile, Llandudno were crowned Genero Adran North champions after winning 13 of their 14 league matches in which they scored 80 goals.

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