*The book launch will take place on Saturday 21st October at Pontyclun Athletic Club*
Phil Sweet will shortly be publishing a book on the 5 years spent in the South Wales Amateur/South Wales Alliance league. The publication will be around 300 pages and includes:
Team and other photographs
Results and scorers
A summary of every season
Match reports of most games
The cost of the publication will be £10. Anyone pre-ordering a copy will have their name on a subscriber’s page at the back of the book.
If you would like to order a copy of the book please see Phil on a match-day or contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pontyclun FC are delighted to announce that they will be playing Welsh League football once again next season. This comes following a 3-2 victory over second placed Penydarren BGC at their ground on Saturday meaning that we cannot be caught at the top of the table.
This victory is a culmination of 5 years of hard work, following the clubs relegation, spear headed by the First Team Manager, Barry Quinn, who has been part of all the highs and lows as a player then manager for the last 20 years. Barry was quoted following the win as saying:
“Pontyclun FC is a special club and the group we have are immense, a pleasure to work with and will keep getting better. I want to thank the coaching team, Martin, Eliot and Haj who deserve a massive congratulations for the hard work they’ve put in this year. Thank you to everyone who has been involved in this season and we look forward to seeing you all at Ivor Park once again next season.”
The club’s final game will take place on the 6th May where we will be presented with the League Trophy and we hope to see a big crowd for the event where food and drinks will be available.
There is also a special mention to the clubs main sponsors; Diamonds Sales & Lettings, CMS Teamwear, GSH Architects and Marcon Services for all your support during the season which would not have been possible without your help.
A final thank you from all of the players to the committee, management, supporters and volunteers. The club is very fortunate to have so many people that think very highly of it and now with the facilities we have and superb junior section in place the club is in a very strong position and this is all down to the thousands of hours given up by so many.