Match Preview: Bala Town vs Flint Town
Colin Caton will be looking for an instant response from his men following Tuesday night’s heartbreak with a positive result against Flint Town. The Silkmen visit Maes Tegid on the back of a poor run of results having not won in six games.
The Lakesiders head into the game having won every game against Flint in recent history having beaten the side in both games across phase one in the past two seasons.
Bala Town vs Flint Town
Cymru Premier MD25
Maes Tegid, LL23 7UY
Friday March 11th, Kick-Off at 19:45pm
Our Matchday Programme will be available to purchase at the gate for £3. Alternatively, the Digital Version of our Programme will be available on our Issuu page at https://issuu.com/balatownfc ahead of kick-off.
Insight into our opponents
(H) TNS 1-2 – Cymru Premier MD23
(A) Penybont 1-1 – Cymru Premier MD22
(A) Connah’s Quay 2-0 – Cymru Premier MD19
(H) Cardiff Met 2-2 – Cymru Premier MD21
(H) Connah’s Quay 1-1 – Cymru Premier MD18
(A) Barry 0-1 – Cymru Premier MD20
Michael Wilde – Being one of the standout signings of the summer Wilde has displayed he still has what it takes to compete with the very best amongst the Cymru Premier at the incredible age of 38. The former Nomads frontman sits 2nd in the Cymru Premier top goalscorers chart with 13 goals, behind only Declan McManus. He has guided the Silkmen to mounting a serious challenge for a place in Europe. The championship conference is now set to decide whether Wilde will play in European competition once more.
Our last meeting with the Silkmen took place at Maes Tegid where Bala blew the visitors away in a 3-1 victory that night. An outstanding Ollie Shannon was the man of the match as he scored a brace following Dave Edwards first-half effort. Jack Kenny did manage to get on the scoresheet late on, but it was merely a consolation as Bala coasted to victory.
Referee: Dean John
Linesmen:Gareth Wyn Jones & Kenwyn Hughes
Fourth official: Alex David Livesey
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