|The cover of the programme|
shows Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest
waterfall in Wales
The ground is basically a railed off pitch with a small 52 seater stand and the only other cover is the overhang of the clubhouse. I'm glad it was a sunny afternoon as there wouldn't have been much protection from the elements if the weather from the previous few days had continued into the weekend.
The game was low on quality but high in entertainment, Flint losing out by the odd goal in 7 as Llanrhaeadr secured only their second win of the season.
An excellent day was completed by a superb evening at the Chester Beer Festival...hic!
|The cheery club officials on the gate, giving a warm welcome to|
the Recreation Ground
|Simon Thelwell's free kick hits the back of the net to|
bring Flint back into the game
|Jonathan Rush, son of former Welsh international striker Ian Rush.|
They say football genes run in the family, well he must have inherited his skills from his mam!