WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Park HallLLANELLI'S fixture crisis deepened as their Wednesday night fixture at The New Saints was called-off due to fog.
The Reds made a fruitless seven-hour round trip for the second time in a month, as the first attempt to play the fixture was also halted by fog.
This time, match official Mark Petch had little choice than to abandon plans to play the game around an hour before kick-off as he was unable to see all four corner flags.
It was the third time the game had been postponed after a second attempt to play was thwarted by bad travelling conditions in south Wales.
Llanelli, who have not played a Welsh Premier fixture since the end of October, now face a backlog of mammoth proportions with another 10 league games, the League Cup final and a Welsh Cup tie scheduled to be played by February 5.
Photo: Referee Mark Petch looks on as Andy Legg phones a friend.
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20 October 2017

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