The Lakesiders make their second ever appearance in the SPFL Trust Trophy this evening, as we welcome Queen's Park to Maes Tegid for this Third Round tie!
The Town come into today's game unbeaten in all competitions, and on the back of a brilliant 2-1 victory over Penybont last weekend. The Lakesiders have won three out of their opening five league fixtures, with draws against Cardiff Met and Caernarfon Town.
Queen's Park meanwhile, started their league season with three out of three victories, but are coming into today's game having lost back-to-back league games against rivals Partick Thistle and Raith Rovers.
Bala Town vs Queen's Park
SPFL Trust Trophy Third Round
Maes Tegid, Castle St, LL23 7UY
Saturday 9th of September, 5:15pm kick-off
Admission: Adults - £10 / Juveniles and Senior Citizens - £5.00 / Under 12's - Free of Charge
Programmes: A digital version of our Matchday Programme is available for free HERE / Alternatively, a limited number of physical programmes will be available for purchase at Maes Tegid for £2.
Live Coverage: S4C and Sgorio will be providing Live Coverage of the match from 5pm live on S4C and Sgorio's social media platforms. To watch Sgorio's live coverage, head to the following link - Youtube
Insight into our opponents
(A) Raith Rovers 3-2 - Scottish Championship MD5
(A) Partick Thistle 3-1 - Scottish Championship MD4
(A) Arbroath 0-1 - Scottish Championship MD3
(H) Arbroath 2-1 - Scottish Championship MD2
(A) Inverness CT 1-2 - Scottish Championship MD1
(H) Queen of the South 1-2 - Scottish League Cup - Group Stage
Ruari Paton: The 23 year old is joint top of the goalscoring chart in the Scottish Championship, grabbing three goals in his opening five league appearances, while also providing two assists for his teammates. Paton moved to the Spiders this past summer, following a two year stint at Queen of the South, where he would score 30+ goals in just under 100 appearances in all competitions, and finishing as the joint-top scorer in Scottish League One with 22 goals in the 2022-23 season. The Forward will likely be the biggest threat in today's SPFL Trust Trophy tie.
Referee - Aaron Wyn Jones
Assistant Referee 1 - Jordan Christopher
Assistant Referee 2 - Connor Thomas
Fourth Official - Rob Jenkins
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