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Harris message to Martyrs fans

Long serving midfielder Matthew Harris is leaving Merthyr Town, and wishes to thank everyone for their support during his time at the club.

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Reddy to depart Martyrs

Craig Reddy is leaving Merthyr Town FC following the completion of the 2018/19 playing season.

 

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Charity kit information for Farnborough game

The club are pleased to announce our association with Sense for this years charity kit being worn this Saturday 20th April when we face Farnborough.

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Gosport Borough 0 Merthyr Town 3

Ryan Prosser marked his return from injury with a 12th minute goal, which was the first of three scored by The Martyrs.

 

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Met Police highlights

Brief highlights from our 2-0 defeat at Met Police have been posted to the club's YouTube channel.

 

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Evans receives Silver Salver after 200th appearance

Club captain Ashley Evans has been presented with a Silver Salver for making his 200th Merthyr Town appearance this season.

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Lyn Jones funeral information

Lyn's family have confirmed that his funeral will be held Monday 1 April 1.30pm at Coychurch Crematorium.

 

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Beaconsfield Town rearranged date

Our match at Beaconsfield Town will be played Tuesday 16 April, 7.45pm kick off, following last weeks postponement when our bus broke down en-route to Beaconsfield.

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Mack to step down as Football Secretary

Mack to step down as Football Secretary in May 2019
 
Football secretary Jamie Mack will step down from his role at the end of the 2018/19 season.

Mack held the role for 9 seasons, beginning when the club reformed in 2010 as Merthyr Town FC.  He told club chairman Jonathon Davies and manager Gavin Williams that he wishes to take a break from the role due to other commitments early this week and met with the club’s board following this.

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Merthyr Town 0 Hendon 2

IT was good to see a busy Webley's Bar after this game with  probably the attraction, BT's televised Newport County v Manchester City FA Cup thriller. And a private function for 100 people followed in Romans Bar. Both should be a welcome finances boost and that is needed if  progress can be made on the field  along with stability off the pitch.

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