Heavy defeat for the first team, but Ressies earn a point

Presteigne St Andrews FC

Mixed fortunes at the weekend

Apologies for the delay in posting the outcome of the matches on Saturday, 29 March but ‘better late than never’ as they say.

This was largely because I was on the High Road, or was it the Low Road, to Scotland to cover a national basketball final for work and so was out of the loop.

I genuinely didn’t know the results myself until Monday morning and could soon see just why the chairman hadn’t given me a call this weekend.

The first team was beaten 8-0 by visiting Hay St Marys in their Spar Mid Wales League, second division game at Llanandras Park.

I don’t have too many details on this one as yet – cynics might say just as well – but will endeavour to try to find out a bit more later in the day.

The Reserves came away from Sennybridge with a very good point from a 0-0 draw in their Mid Wales League (South) fixture at the Riverside.

Again, I don’t know too many details as yet, although the early signs from some pictures posted on Facebook by Tom Ammonds would indicate this was a ‘physical’ game.

But well done to the Reserves – they were the first side to beat Sennybridge in the league earlier in the month and have now taken four points from a possible six from the Breconshire club.