WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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WORK has started on the installation of a 3G pitch at Richmond Park, the home of Carmarthen Town, who will become the ninth club in the Welsh Premier with a synthetic surface next season.

"The 3G project and the associated community programme represents a key building block in the club’s future ambitions - ambitions which include progressing on the football field and progressing our work within the wider community of Carmarthen Town," say the Old Gold.

"The club’s intention is to help create a wider community benefit by helping and supporting people to reach their potential. It is hoped to increase meaningful voluntary engagement and to provide a learning and development platform.

"The provision of a 3G facility will be essential in attracting young people to take full advantage of the educational opportunities which will become available."

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18 October 2017

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