Airbus UK Broughton Football Club

 The Wingmakers - April 2010 news



April 3
Airbus take a point with injury time equaliser.
Newtown raced into a 2-0 lead on the half hour, Dylan Blain scoring both the home sides goals.
Carl Owen pulled a goal back for the Wingmakers on 37'. All the excitement came in the final few minutes, firstly Jiws equalised for Airbus on the 88' then within a minute Newtown were back in front 3-2 when Callum Wright gave Newtown back the lead.
But it wasn't quite over and Carl Owen had the last say with his 2nd and our 3rd in injury time to claim a point for Airbus.

Airbus UK Broughton
Chris Doran, Ryan Edwards, Giovanni Feliciello (Josh Johnson 81'), Matty Woodward, Mark Allen, Rhys Roberts (Gareth Sudlow 58'), Jack Abraham (James McIntosh 74'), Danny Desormeaux, Carl Owen, Marc Lloyd-Williams, Ashley Williams.
Sub not used: Jack Challinor

April 1
Club has now completed its application for the Domestic License
Jonathan Williams (Club Licensing Officer / General Manager) stated that .....
Prior to our first ever International Match Wales v Sweden Ladies FIFA World Cup qualifier (see WFA web site for match report) club representatives met with Andrew Howard & David Miller to complete the application for the Club Domestic License. The two League representatives carried out a ground inspection to check recent additions to the club's infrastructure, most notably the completion of the new 168 seated stand. 
The final documents had already been submitted therefore the club has now completed its application for the Domestic License. "We are now in the hands of the league and await news following their First Instance Body meeting on April 9th
April 1
Newtown match preview

With so many teams with nothing to play for, our away game is of massive importance to both sides, more so to Newtown who sit just outside the top 12, while we lie in 8th and have the points on the board, though wearingly looking over our shoulders at the teams directly below us.
We go into our 6th meeting at Newtown and can boast a rare stat that we have never lost at Newtown in our previous 5 meetings, we have won 3 and drawn the other 2, and only conceded 2 goals in those 5 meetings. But this meeting has more at stake for both sides than any of the previous meetings at Latham Park.
Going into the game Newtown have been dealt a blow by losing on loan keeper Dave Roberts who has been recalled by his club Aberystwyth following a training session injury picked up by their regular keeper, and manager Ryan will be forced to use young keeper Dave Jones to fill in between the posts. Talking about injury's and keepers we wish Kristian Rogers and Matty Woodward speedy recovery's from their injury's they picked up against Bangor last time out.
Going into the Newtown game, both sides are evenly matched in their points total accumulated home and away, Airbus have picked up 21 of their 41 points on the road, while Newtown have taken 17 of their 34 points at home (what say a draw on the cards) but Newtown do leak plenty of goals at Latham Park 27 in their 14 games, only Caersws have conceded more at home in the league, while Airbus have the league's 3rd best defensive record away only letting in 12 behind only TNS and Llanelli.
It is going to be an important Easter weekend with many important games over the next 7 days, but with Airbus only having the one game we need 3 points against Newtown on Saturday to stay in the top 8 as 4 of the 5 teams teams below will be playing 2 games each.


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