Match Preview: Bala Town vs Barry Town United

Match Preview: Bala Town vs Barry Town United


Matchday Ten sees Barry Town visit Maes Tegid as the Lakesiders look to bounce back to winning ways in the league having lost to TNS last time out.


We last faced the Linnets at Jenner Park on matchday two when we played out a goalless draw as the points were shared in South Wales.


The Match


Bala Town vs Barry Town United

MD10 Cymru Premier

Maes Tegid, LL23 7UY

Saturday October 23rd – 2:30PM KO


Month Of Action - Show Racism the Red Card


At today's game, we are supporting 'Show Racism the Red Card’s' Month of Action to raise awareness and challenge racism in football and society!


We hope you enjoy the game today and ask you to support the player’s action and join us in saying NO to racism!


Match Sponsors


Bala Town are hugely grateful to Star Kebab House Bala for sponsoring today's match against Barry Town. Their support for the Club has been superb over many years and their help in providing after match pizzas for the players during the Covid pandemic protocols was a tremendous help to us all.


Insight into our opponents


Form:

(H) Cardiff Met University 0-1 – Cymru Premier MD9

(A) Flint Town United 3-2 – Cymru Premier MD8

(H) Newtown 0-3 – Cymru Premier MD7

(A) Cardiff Met University 3-0 – JD Welsh Cup Third Round

(H) Trefelin BGC 3-0 – Nathaniel MG Cup Third Round

(A) TNS 3-1 – Cymru Premier MD6


Danger Man


Kayne McLaggon – Barry Town’s captain leads the line for the Linnets and will be the main threat for the Lakesiders to look out for in the penalty area. The 31-year-old was Barry’s top goal scorer last season with 12 goals across all competitions, that included a brace against us in phase one to help his side complete a 6-2 victory over Bala. So far this season he has scored four goals in all competitions, with three coming in the league as Barry Town look to rise up the table ahead of phase two.


Officials


Referee: Dean John

Linesmen: Daniel Beckett & Martin William Roberts

Fourth official: Simon Lee Evans

Referee Observer: John Frederick Baston


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