NOVEMBER has arrived and we are three months into the 2019/20 JD Cymru Premier season.

It has been quite an impressive start to the season for the Lakesiders, who are currently fifth in the table, winning six and drawing two in their opening 12 matches, including scalps against The New Saints, Penybont and Aberystwyth Town and only losing once in six matches.

We’ve had an intense couple of weeks with a penalty shootout win against Bangor City in the League Cup to then take on Prestatyn Town in the quarter-final last week, with Bala winning thanks to Lassana Mendes' 89th minute strike.

So with a cup semi-final ahead of us in a fortnight, fingers crossed for a cup final place in January and hopefully some silverware!

Town’s games against Airbus, Aberystwyth Town and Caernarfon have all been chosen to be shown live on Sgorio so make sure you watch them live on S4C!

Off the pitch, we have had some difficult news as midfielder Danny Gosset has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and is currently undergoing treatment at Christies Hospital in Manchester.

Already midway through his chemo, Danny is in very high spirits and been coming to games on a regular basis which is fantastic to see.

Local clubs such as Porthmadog, Bangor, Rhyl and Mountain Rangers and businesses have been doing fundraising such as bucket collections, selling raffles and organising charity runs to support Danny.

We have been overwhelmed by the support and peoples generosity. A JustGiving page has also been set up for him for those wanting to donate.

Our newly reformed reserves side are holding their own in the Wrexham Area Reserves and Colts Division sitting seventh in the table.

The squad is full of local talent and has notched up some excellent results to date.

There has been some frustration, however, with three postponements due to referee shortages and another couple due to the weather.

You can find all their upcoming fixtures on our website. Please come along to show your support.

Bala Town Academy is in full swing with matches being played by all of our age groups including a recent trip to Cardiff City for our foundation age groups.

Meanwhile, our youthful U-19s side is facing plenty of challenges in the JD Cymru Development League, but performances of late have vastly improved so we are hoping for a strong second half to the season.

Bala Town in the Community has been extremely busy.

They have just completed six-week sessions at Ysgol Caer Drewyn and Ysgol Carrog.

There have been birthday parties, holiday camps, Urdd tournaments, FAW Trust fun football sessions and new girls' sessions taking place at Maes Tegid.

Town’s successful O-35s sessions are flourishing with games now starting to be organised for our vets, meanwhile our five-a-side is ready to restart for the winter months.

Last week, we had the Welsh Schools FA North Wales trials at Maes Tegid with over 40 players in attendance.

Maes Tegid 3G is busy with bookings for various clubs for training sessions and matches.

Llansannan, Ruthin, Port, Corwen, Llanuwchllyn, Rhostyllen and Rhos Aelwyd have already taken up slots and with the winter months on the way, why not take advantage and hire the pitch for as little as £25?

Contact Andy Kelly via to book.

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