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Storm Beats Football Across the Country

Wales has once again been battered by powerful storms with the heavy rain and high winds wiping out nearly all midweek and Friday night fixtures across the country.

Wales has once again been battered by powerful storms with the heavy rain and high winds wiping out nearly all midweek and Friday night fixtures across the country.

This was the scene at Port Talbot Town yesterday. The waterlogged pitch at the GenQuip Stadium caused the postponement of their Welsh Premier League match against Bala Town last night.

This was the scene at Port Talbot Town yesterday. The waterlogged pitch at the GenQuip Stadium caused the postponement of their Welsh Premier League match against Bala Town last night.

All matches in the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League, Nathaniel Cars Welsh League and the Huws Gray Alliance fell victim to the weather yesterday (Friday, 14th February) evening with rain and storm damage causing the postponements.

Storm damage has forced Cefn Druids to postpone their home match against Buckley Town today in the Huws Gray Alliance.

Storm damage has forced Cefn Druids to postpone their home match against Buckley Town today in the Huws Gray Alliance.

The Bulldogs are currently awaiting news from Pri Deri Park ahead of today’s (Saturday, 15th February) scheduled Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Division One match with reigning champions West End.

With one fierce storm having passed and with more rain scheduled for later today it is highly unlikely that the pitch at West End’s ground will be playable.

We will bring you the latest regarding today’s match across tonpentreafc.com, Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

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