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Since the club has remained in the Mid Wales League and enjoyed success under the management of David Jones, including league cup success. Jones said: "We are delighted to be part of the new tier three league. "We are looking forward to a mixture of good local derbies and some new opponents from the Wrexham area league so it’s shaping up to be an exciting season."
Secretary Kim Warrington said “The Club is delighted to be joining the new Tier 3, we can’t wait to experience playing on new football grounds”
Manager Rhys Stephens told the website “Llanfair United look forward to being in the league next season”.
We are delighted to have been included in the new tier 3 structure and are looking forward to welcoming new and old faces onto the Ponciau Banks for the forthcoming season. The new structure will bring with it new opposition and we a relishing the chance to embrace these new challenges.
We are delighted to announce we will be playing tier 3 football next season in the newly formed FAW North East league
WE are very happy to be joining the newly formed Third Tier Northern League for the 2020/21 season, and are eager to get this exciting new era under way.
" We are looking forward to playing in the new FAW Tier 3 league which is bound to be tough. We have retained our main players for the first time in years and, with a little strengthening of the squad we hope to be up there competing for promotion."Manager Dewi Llion are happy enough with the league set up. There are some tough teams there and it is going to be extremely competitive, no doubt about that. We just want to get playing football and the lads cannot wait for things to start.
Manager Daniel Brewerton, said: “I am absolutely made up for everyone involved with the club. A lot of hard work gone into this. “There is lots being said about the travel involved with the new league, but if you have ambitions to progress you’ve got to go the extra mile.”
"It was rather a bittersweet feeling as the Welsh National League legacy concluded after 74 years. We are immensely proud to have been recognized the most successful club in terms of most honors won, however, this is such an exciting time for us and many other clubs throughout Wales. Brymbo Football Club has a long and prestigious history, and we are delighted and honored to have the opportunity to create further history in this new era of Welsh Football"
We are delighted and excited to be included in the inaugural FAW tier 3 North West Wales League. We are looking forward to a new challenge competing against clubs across North Wales and to welcoming teams and officials to Cae Clyd.
"CPD Porthmadog FC wish the new Tier 3 leagues every success and commend the FAW in their endeavours to continue to improve standards at all levels of the game in Wales
"Bow Street FC is delighted and honoured to have been selected to participate in the new FAW Tier 3 league. The club has played at Tier 3 level for 13 years, having gained promotion in 2007 to the Spar Mid Wales League. It has enjoyed a successful time in the league, twice finishing fourth and only once outside the top ten.Bow Street also reached 5 League Cup Finals, unfortunately losing the first four, but thankfully, and heroically glory arrived in the final at Carno in 2018 when Welshpool were defeated 4-3.The club takes a great deal of pride in the fact that it has developed its ground facilities progressively over the last 15 years, taking advantage of the excellent grant aid provided by the WGI. The vision was always for the club’s senior team to play at the highest level possible.
Further to its acceptance in to the new FAW Tier 3 league, the club’s players, officials and supporters look forward to renewing acquaintances with many, but also to make new friends and visit new locations."
"Myself and the players are looking forward to the new league structure for next season which will see us visit some great areas of North Wales. Our committee have worked tirelessly throughout the seasons to get us to Tier 3 standards and we hope we can reward them with the results on the pitch. The level of competition within our structure is of the unknown to us really, obviously we know the old WNL teams well from our previous battles on the pitch, but we look forward to forging new battles with our new league rivals.
I would like to extend our warmest welcome to all club officials and fans alike and we can’t wait to get going for the 2020/21 season. Exciting times for Welsh football!!!"