Nev Powell was delighted with his young side
Bangor City manager Neville Powell declared himself delighted with his young team’s performance, as the Citizens claimed their first home win of the season, 3 -2 over Aberystwyth Town at The Book People Stadium on Friday evening.
Although you hear a lot about the promising youngsters we are bringing through at Bangor City, we also have some ‘old heads’ in the team, and tonight Les Davies and Sion Edwards led from the front
"Against an experienced and in-form Aberystwyth Town team, I feel that we controlled 90% of the game. Apart from the very start of the match and the very end, we played some of our best football of the season and were rewarded with three good goals.
"Although you hear a lot about the promising youngsters we are bringing through at Bangor City, we also have some ‘old heads’ in the team, and tonight Les Davies and Sion Edwards led from the front, and were a real handful for the Aber defence.
"Every week we play together we play better, and I hope we can build upon this excellent performance in the matches to come."
Wales Under 21 matches
It's going to be a busy few days for all at the club as the BookPeople Stadium will host an Under 21 double-header in the UEFA U21 Qualifying Round.
Tickets for the upcoming Wales U21 fixtures against Lithuania and San Marino can be bougt from;
The matches against Lithuania and San Marino will be played on 11 and 15 October respectively, and will both KO at 2pm. Tickets cost just £5 (£2 concessions).
Tickets are only available at the gate if there are some left as the match is an all-seater and tehrefore capacity is limited. The last time Bangor City hosted a U21 match, some fans arriving without tickets were turned away as they had already reached capacity, so, its advisable to purchase tickets beforehand.
The club will be holding a 2-day school holiday soccer camp coming this October half-term on Monday 28 October and Tuesday 29 October, running from 10am to 3pm at Maes Glas Leisure Centre, Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor.
Under the experienced eye of UEFA-qualified coaches, the camp is open to boys and girls aged from 5 to 13 years and takes youngsters of all abilities.
Cost is just £15 for the two days. To book a child's place, call Ethan on 01248 355852 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The soccer camp is run by Bangor City FC's Football in the Community project, in partnership with Vi-Ability and the People of Bangor Community Group.