Friday, October 16, 2009
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El Tel's men await Saints in round three

THE Saints' reward for Welsh Cup victory at Conwy is a long trip to south Wales to face Welsh League opposition in the third round.

Cambrian & Clydach will provide the opposition for Andy Cale's men, a relatively unknown quantity that are best-known for their association with Terry Venables.
El Tel regularly visits Clydach Vale in mid-Glamorgan, where his mother grew up, to support the Cambrian Village Trust and is a keen supporter of the football club.
Managed by Richard Haig, who had a successful playing career with Inter Cable Tel, Ton Pentre and Cardiff City, C&C are currently lying fourth in the Welsh League, recently notching an impressive 2-0 away win at Bridgend Town and will prove a stern test for the Saints.
The third round draw in full:
Aberaman Athletic v Ely Rangers
Bala Town v Llanrug United
Caerau Ely v Afan Lido
Caersws FC v Coedpoeth United
Caldicot Town v Port Talbot Town
Cambrian and Clydach Vale v The New Saints
Flint Town United v Bangor City
GAP Connah's Quay v Airbus UK Broughton
Haverfordwest County v Aberystwyth Town
Llanelli AFC v Carmarthen Town /Pontypridd Town
Llangeinor v Holyhead Hotspur
Llangollen Town v Llandudno Junction
Pontardawe Town v Llandudno Town
Porthmadog FC v Rhydymwyn
Prestatyn Town v Cardiff Bay Harlequins
Rhyl FC v Bridgend Town
Ties to be played in the last weekend of October.
Photo: King George's New Field, the home of Cambrian & Clydach.

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