PICTURE by John Elfryn Owen shows Llanerchymedd v Cemaes Bay in 2017. The two sides will meet on the opening day of the new tier five season.
AT LAST, the fixtures for the 2021/22 North Wales Coast West Division One season have been announced and one match in particular will capture the attention of fans, coaches and players alike on the opening day.
Two of the supposed title-favourites, Cemaes Bay and Llanerchymedd will face off on day one of the upcoming campaign. The two clubs will square off at Cemaes’ School Lane at 6pm on Saturday, July 3.
Also taking place on the opening day of the new season next month is a Gwynedd-based derby between Bontnewydd and Mountain Rangers (2.30pm).
The following fixtures will also take place on Matchday One (2.30pm):
Bethesda Athletic v Waunfawr
Talysarn Celts v Bodorgan
Llanystumdwy v Caergybi
Cefni v Llangoed
Fali v Llanfairpwll
Holyhead Town v Arriva Bangor
Football then returns once more just a few days later on Thursday, July 8 with the following match-ups:
Llanfairpwll v Holyhead Town (6.30pm)
Llangoed v Fali (6.30pm)
Llanerchymedd v Cefni (6.30pm)
Cemaes Bay v Llanystumdwy (7.30pm)
We then see the following league fixtures take place on Thursday, July 15 (all 6.30pm kick offs):
Caergybi v Mountain Rangers
Talysarn Celts v Bontnewydd
Bodorgan v Waunfawr
Arriva Bangor v Bethesda Athletic
A week later on Thursday, July 22 we will see (All 6.30pm kick offs):
Llanfairpwll v Arriva Bangor
Llangoed v Waunfawr
Bethesda Athletic v Cemaes Bay
Llanystumdwy v Mountain Rangers
A week later on Thursday, July 29, the following matches have been scheduled (All 6.30pm kick offs):
Cefni v Caergybi
Fali v Bontnewydd
Holyhead Town v Bodorgan
Llanerchymedd v Talysarn Celts
On Friday, July 30, Cemaes Bay will face Mountain Rangers at home for a 7.30pm kick off and on Saturday, July 31, the following fixtures will take place at 2.30pm:
Arriva Bangor v Bodorgan
Bontnewydd v Waunfawr
Talysarn Celts v Waunfawr
Cefni v Llanystumdwy
Fali v Llanerchymedd
Holyhead Town v Llangoed
Bethesda Athletic v Llanfairpwll
Plenty of football to get us all out of the house after a year of being stuck in it!