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CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

The process of nominations for the Board of Merthyr Town FC Society was completed last Friday 8 Feb 2019. We have received five nominations. They are –

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Merthyr Town 2 - Weymouth 1

The Martyrs  snapped at the heels of the teams in the  play-off spots as they dealt a blow to Weymouth's title hopes.
Tuesday night's win saw Merthyr  in seventh place, three points behind fifth-placed Poole Town and with two games in hand.
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Dorchester game is OFF

Saturday 2 February fixture against Dorchester Town has been postponed due to snow and frost.

 

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Match Day Hospitality Opportunities

Are you Looking for an afternoon or evening out with your fellow supporters, friends or colleagues? Looking to hold a small gathering for that special occasion? or looking to treat your clients or business associates? 

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Academy Training cancelled

With the pitch at the Met Coaches stadium being covered with a layer of snow, tonight's academy training has been cancelled.

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Soccalot numbers

This weeks Soccalot numbers are:

 

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Merthyr Town 1 Basingstoke Town 0

NEVER on a Saturday! As The Martyrs sneaked a win after defences were dominant, they  paraded three players making their home debuts,  with one of them having an unusual day. Jamie Veale was playing his first match on a Saturday.
Aged 22, he was with Cardiff City since he was nine, but the games he played there were on a Monday or a Friday, his grandfather John told me afterwards.
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Jay Foulston Joins Merthyr Town on Loan

Jay Foulston has today agreed terms with Merthyr Town to sign at Met Coaches Community Stadium on loan until the end of the season.

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Bowen & Moore at MTFC 23 March

The club are pleased to announce that local duo Bowen & Moore will perform a post match gig at Merthyr Town Football Club on Saturday 23rd March following our home match against Staines Town.

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Merthyr Town 1 Salisbury 2

Merthyr deserved a point  against a well-organised Salisbury outfit but it wasn't to be as the Wiltshire men completed the double.
Two second-half goals after an evenly contested first period did the damage with The Martyrs snatching a consolation score at the death.
"I thought things couldn't get any worse with our injuries," noted manager Gavin Williams aferwards, " but then  we lost Ryan Prosser in the first 20 minutes."
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