Bangor City’s abandoned Welsh Premier clash with Gap Connah’s Quay has been rearranged.
There’ll be free entry at Nantporth for the league match on Tuesday 26th September at 7.45pm. The game was halted last Friday night because of floodlight failure – City were leading 1-0 after a 25 yard strike from Laurence Wilson.
The club said on Tuesday: ”When a league fixture is abandoned, all Bangor City FC season ticket holders are entitled to free entry to the rearranged fixture – as all home league games are included in the price of a season ticket. However on this occasion, as a gesture of goodwill, we are delighted to offer free admission to the rearranged fixture to all home and away supporters.”
Bangor, who are unbeaten at home this season, travel to Aberystwyth Town this Saturday in a televised game (5.15 ko, live on S4C) before their replay with the Nomads.
A busy midweek schedule of Huws Gray Alliance action sees Holyhead Hotspur take on Porthmadog on Wednesday night (7.30pm ko, The New Stadium). Hotspur surrendered their 100 per cent start to the campaign in a 2-0 defeat at Guilsfield last Saturday, while Port were edged out by Denbigh Town in a seven-goal thriller at Y Traeth.
Elsewhere, Caernarfon Town could stretch their unbeaten run to five games when they host strugglers Llandudno Junction (7.30 ko, The Oval). Darren Thomas scored both goals in the Cofis’ 2-0 victory over Flint Town United – while their opponents, newly promoted from the Welsh Alliance, are yet to yield their first point after six defeats from six.