Carmarthen Town AFC have released their full fixture programme for Phase 2 of the Dafabet Welsh Premier League campaign.
After the mid-season break, the Old Gold return to league action this Saturday with an away fixture at Gap Connah’s Quay, 2.30pm.
Club chairman Chris Edwards said he was delighted with the side’s achievements so far this season.
“It was crucially important for us to secure a Top 6 place and play in the top level of the Welsh Premier League this season.
“There’s a very big thank to the players, the coaching staff and all the backroom team at Richmond Park for their hard work in achieving our Top 6 place.
“With the pressure of relegation off and being guaranteed Welsh Premier League Football for next season, we can concentrate on aiming for a home European Qualifying game.
“Although playing against the very best of the league for the remaining 10 games, we will go forward with confidence having beaten or picked up points in Phase 1 against all clubs apart from TNS.
“Our fans also deserve a big round of applause as they have been exceptional this year. In saying that, we are always looking for more support, so anyone who wants to join in the big match atmosphere at Richmond Park – and on away days – is very welcome to get in touch with us at the club.
“Fans, advertisers, hospitality guests and sponsors – all are welcome at Richmond Park.
“We have a supporters bus leaving Richmond Park at 8am on Saturday. It would be great to get support for Aize and the players for their achievements to date. Please let us know if you would like to book a seat.”
Contact details are on the club website –
CARMARTHEN TOWN FIXTURES PHASE 2
SAT 4TH FEB CONNAHS QUAY (AWAY)
SAT 11TH FEB TNS (HOME)
SAT 18TH FEB BALA TOWN (HOME)
SAT 4TH MARCH CARDIFF MET (AWAY)
SAT 11TH MARCH BANGOR CITY (HOME)
SAT 18TH MARCH CONNAHS QUAY (HOME)
SAT 25TH MARCH TNS (AWAY)
SAT 8TH APRIL BALA TOWN (AWAY)
SAT 15TH APRIL CARDIFF MET (HOME) * GOOD FRIDAY *
SAT 22ND APRIL BANGOR CITY (AWAY)
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