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2003/04 League fixtures
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FAW Premier Cup
Aberystwyth 3 - 3 Bangor
Bangor 0 - 0 Glantraeth
Bangor lost 7-6 on penalties
Bangor 4 - 1 Porthmadog
Porthmadog 0 - 2 Bangor
LAST WEEK - £200
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City F. C. new season annual meeting was held on Tuesday 26th August
at Bangor Social Club. In the meeting, supporters were told how shares in the club
could be bought for £1. more info
• £3 entrance fee
for the unemployed.
Football Club are offering a reduced entrance fee for the unemployed. To
qualify unemployed people must show your signing on card and sell 25 tote
tickets. Because you sell 25 tote tickets you also have the opportunity to
buy shares in the club. If you can sell 25 tote tickets per week, in 12
months time a share will be yours for £1. Please phone 01248 718253 and we
will send you books of tote tickets. Anyone interested just needs to hand
over your counterfoils and the money, and show your signing on card, at a
venue to be arranged, and you will be given a jobseekers pass, allowing
you entry for £3. We are arranging a suitable time and venue, possibly in
the jobcentre in Bangor to meet up. More information will follow here soon.
Aberystwyth 4 - 1 Bangor City. After losing on
Bangor still only have one point in the FAW Premier Cup.
Bangor City were 1 - 0 down
before half time. Peter Hoy was sent off on his second yellow. Kenny
Burgess equalised only to see Aber score another 3 goals to seal it.
Sat 4th Oct
Bangor City 0 - 0 Glantraeth. After extra time
Bangor lost 7 - 6 on penalties in the Welsh Cup.
Bangor City's game against Cumru
Alliance team Glantraeth should have been a walk in the park, however the
result will haunt City. Welsh Cup holders Barry Town were dumped out of
the competition by Risca & Gelli United after a 2-1 defeat on Friday
night. Also Uwic Inter Cardiff from the Welsh League defeated Carmarthen
Town 2-1 at Cyncoed. But Aberystwyth and Cwmbran had no such problems as
they enjoyed comprehensive wins.
Ex Bangor City's Marc Lloyd Williams scored four goals in Aberystwyth's
12-1 demolition of Lex, and Chris Summers also grabbed four for Cwmbran in
their 5-1 win over Merthyr Saints.
Bangor: Priestley, Hoy,
Goodall, E. Jones, Roberts, Ingram, Burgess, O. Jones, Hunt, Evans,
Subs: Paul Gedman, Paul Friel, Clayton Blackmore
G.Owen, D.Jones, W.Gibbs, R.Davies, N.Roberts, M.Owens, M.Thomas,
R.Williams, R.Owen, L.Davies
Subs: K.Roberts, P.Whelan, C.Thomas
Yellow Cards: Glantraeth -
Red Cards: Bangor's Eifion
Jones Attendance: nearly
Fri 26th Sep
Bangor City 4 - 1 Porthmadog. Hat-trick hero Owain
Tudor Jones, who has had trials with Chelsea FC, showed what he can do and gave Porthmadog something to think about.
Kenny Burgess hit the post after
a few minutes but scored the first goal after 14 minutes. Mark Williams
equalised for Porthmadog, 9 minutes before half time, only for Owain to
make it 2 for City a few minutes before the break.
Owain scored his second two minutes into the second half and made his
hat-trick from a penalty 1 minute before the final whistle. The Porthmadog
Manager on BBC TV commented after the game saying that the result did not
reflect the game.
Priestley, Hoy, Goodall, E.Jones, Roberts, Ingram, Burgess, O Jones,
Gedman (Jefferies 85'), Evans, Hunt. Subs not used: Griffiths, Friel
McGuigan, JG Jones, Harrison, Parry (Wagstaff 75'), Webber, E.Williams,
Hughes, Caughter (T.Williams 61'), M.Williams, C.Owen, R.Owen (Pugh 61').
Sub not used: B.Evans
Bangor - Kenny Burgess 14' Owain Jones 41' 47' 89' (p) Porthmadog - Mark
Bangor - Hoy 28', Hunt 83' Porthmadog - Caughter 46'
Attendance: 558 match report
Tues 23rd Sep
TNS 3 - 3 Bangor City. The might of TNS were tested
on Tues with three goals a peace in the FAW Premier Cup. After losing to TNS
a few weeks ago, in the league game that could easily have seen City the
victors, Bangor come away with one point and stay well in contention.
Goals - Lee Hunt 2, 32, Ray
Ingram 69, (TNS- Martin Naylor 9, John Toner 50,
Jamie Wood (pen) 62) match report
Fri 19th Sep
Bangor City beat Newtown AFC 5 - 2 on Friday evening.
Paul Gedman's hat-trick kept Bangor hard on
the heels of the leaders.
Although Newtown worked
tirelessly, and carved their fair share of chances, they often found
themselves sliced open by City.
But Robins boss Roger Preece remained upbeat after seeing his side create
several good chances. match report
Tues 16th Sep
Bangor City beat Porthmadog 2 - 0 on Tues evening (3 - 1
on aggregate). After Porthmadog's 4 - 0 defeat by TNS at the weekend. Bangor and Porthmadog
had question marks
over the availability of key players in the run-up to the night's Loosemores
Welsh Challenge Cup first round, second leg match at the Traeth, where
nearly 400 people turned up.
Sat 6th Sep Bangor City
7 - 2 Cwmbran Town. City in SEVENTH HEAVEN.
SRampant leaders Bangor City tore Cwmbran
town to shreds on the way to a magnificent seven-goal haul. Ross
Jefferies is shown kicking Bangor's sixth goal against Cwmbran.
condolences and thoughts go to the family of
who died on Thurs 4th Sep. Hubert was a huge fan of Bangor City, and
played for City and Pwllheli in the 1950's. Hubert was a fantastic
footballer, and will be deeply missed by his family, friends and his
Bangor City fellow players. “Seasider” reminisces, “He was a PE
Teacher at Segontium School in Caernarfon in 1964 when I was in Bangor
College. I spent 10 weeks "training" at Segontium. Great bloke and a
mad City fan”.
Former Bangor player Harold Atkinson also passed away on 4 September
at the age of 78. Signed to Bangor from Poole Town by T G Jones in
1957, it was as a centre-forward with Tranmere Rovers that Atkinson
had attained legendary status, netting six in the FA Cup tie against
Ashington in November 1952. After leaving Bangor, Atkinson later
played for Llandudno and Borough United in Welsh football, before
ending his career at New Brighton. (Thanks to roversrearguard.com for
this brief tribute)
3rd Sep Bangor City 1 - 1 Porthmadog.
City heading forward in the League of Wales Cup
Hero Hugh Griffiths, who has been out of
action for 12 months from injury, equalised in the 90th minute, after Lee
Hunt's shot was blocked. Striker Lee hunt battled the flu to bolster
the home clash with Porthmadog. Wing back Peter Hoy returned after a
one-week ban to kick off the first-round first-leg derby. The Gwynedd
rivals are due to meet again at the Welsh Premier newcomers' Traeth ground
on Tues, Sep 16. Hoy, who was signed by Bangor in the close-season from
Cammell Laird, had a seven-day suspension carried over from the last
campaign. City have mixed emotions over the League Cup, having reached the
final five times, including last season, when they lost to Rhyl on
penalties. Porthmadog's Tony Williams scored from 10 yards just before half
time. City pounded away at Porthmadog's goalmouth hitting the crossbar and post, the City goal didn't
come until a few minutes before full time. The citizens have to fight hard
in the second leg, as Porthmadog put up a great battle.
The picture shows one of many close
misses that Bangor had. Click pic for larger image.
Sun 31 Aug
TNS 2 -1 Bangor City.
Wood's double strike halts
After a goal by Kenny Burgess within 3 minuets Bangor
struggled to hold on to the lead.
23rd Aug Bangor
City 5 - 0 Welshpool Town.
Bangor City still Top of the Welsh
Premiership. The picture shows
Bangor scoring the 4th goal in a brilliant game. Click pic for larger
Tue 19th Aug
Newi Cefn Druids FC 1 - 5 Bangor City.
Bangor City Top of the Welsh
Premiership after Gedman makes them a 5 star team.
In the second game of the season Bangor City finally found their shooting
boots on Tuesday night to condemn Newi Cefn Druids to 5-1 home defeat.
Peter Davenport's side failed to score in their opening day draw at Afan
Lido, but the Citizens needed only six minutes to find the net at Cefn.
Paul Gedman delivered the telling strike, and the new signing went on to
grab a further three goals against his former club.
Gareth Williams also got himself on the scoresheet before the home side
grabbed a late goal through Richard Snell.
Sat 16th Aug
Afan Lido 0 - 0 Bangor City.
Furious City chief fumes at Afan Lido’s sandy surface.
Bangor City were happy to get a point in this goalless deadlock
Bangor City FC Fun day
- 3rd August 2003
A fun day out for the whole family was held at Bangor Rugby Club.
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Win hundreds of pounds every week.
NEW STADIUM APPROVED
by Gwynedd councillors With a vote of 24 in favour, 2 against.
The proposed site will be a development off Holyhead Road Between Upper
Bangor and Menai Bridge, near the Menai Straits. Talks can continue with a
supermarket chain about a store at Farrar Road. Club secretary Alun
Griffiths said "This is a very positive move for Bangor City and we are
looking forward to moving in about 3 years. Farrar Road will also be
redeveloped and there will be new facilities for the whole community.
We are offering free membership of the 200 club.
Chairman, Ken Jones appeared on HTV
news at 6.00pm on Tues 5th. Where he showed viewers the current
ground and facilities and the proposed site at nantporth, off Holyhead
Pre season games - invaluable practice for new
FAW Premier Cup Draw - City in same group as
Caersws, Aberystwyth and TNS.
Welsh Premier League Cup draw
Sat 9th Aug 2003
Bangor 1 - 0 Colwyn Bay
Tue 5th Aug 2003
Vauxhall FC 1 - 0 Bangor
Fri 1st Aug 2003
Llangefni 2 - 1 Bangor City
Fri 1st Aug
newly-appointed Chief Exec of the English Football Association, (former
Bangor captain). replies to our letter
Sat 26th July
Bangor 3 - 0 Poulton vics a great
BANGOR 4 - 1
Wed 30th July 2003
Bangor played a
very lively team, with the eldest being no more than 18 years old. Wrexham
VI put up
a great battle but could not stop Bangor from scoring on home turf. Goal
scorers were Owain Tudor Jones (2), Kenny Burgess and Lee Hunt.
Wed 23rd July
Bethesda 0 - 6 Bangor City
a convincing win in the first of the
|Bangor go down 5-2 in Rumania
Bistrita win 6 - 2 on agg
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Bangor 0 Gloria
1 Bangor Took on FC Gloria Bistrita
at Rhyl's Belle Vue ground on Saturday, but lost 1 - 0. Even though Gloria
were down to 10 men with a few minutes left in the game, Bangor could not
get the ball in the net. Bangor played really well, however, hitting the crossbar was the closest they came to
scoring. They travel to Bistrita, 50 kilometres away from Dracula's castle
on Thursday, for the second leg. We wish them all the best. See the
Short has joined Aberystwyth as assistant manager
Manchester City drawn against
TNS Llansantffraid in the Intertoto Cup. City win 5 - 0 in the first
Lloyd-Williams set for
Aberystwyth move -
DAILY POST - 19 June 2003 See our
have been playing in the national League of Wales for the last ten
years, currently called the JT Hughes Mitsubishi
Premier League. Bangor City FC has been
the best performing North Wales team over that period - having won the
League Championship twice and the Welsh Cup twice.
Bangor has also carried the League of Wales Banner into Europe on four
occasions - travelling to Poland, Iceland, Sweden, Yugoslavia, and most
recently, to Romania in the Intertoto cup, where we went down to crack
First Division outfit FC Gloria Bistrita. Managed by Peter Davenport,
the club finished last season in third position, and reached the final
of the League of Wales Cup, losing in a penalty shootout to Rhyl.
The club has a long and illustrious history, Bangor City were also founder members of the Nationwide Conference and
appeared at Wembley during their days in the English Non-league Pyramid.
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