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Best Cymru Premier League podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Cymru Premier League podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Marc Webber is joined by regular podcast contributors Mark Jones and Dean Jones to preview all the Third Round ties over two podcasts. Manager comments from Aber Bluebirds, Cambrian, Caernarfon, Pontypridd, Porthmadog. Mold and Rhyl amongst others.By Cymru Premier League
Marc Webber is joined by Dean Jones and Mark Jonah Jones to preview the remaining ties and pick some possible giant killings.By Cymru Premier League
All our best to Christian Edwards from all at the podcast. Previewing the weekend's games with contributions from Barry, Nomads and TNS.By Cymru Premier League
A series of shocks in the JD Cymru North lit the touchpaper for a thrilling weekend. Will it be the same this weekend? Marc Webber and Dean Jones discuss.By Cymru Premier League
Double reward for Briton Ferry; New manager at Llanelli and weekend previewBy Cymru Premier League
Marc Webber and Dean Jones plough through a Super Saturday of Cymru North games, with comment from Llangefni, Llandudno, Prestatyn and Rhyl.By Cymru Premier League
Cefn Druids and Carmarthen come under focus in a truncated league weekend.By Cymru Premier League
Webber and Jonah discuss the fortunes of the final four in the League Cup competition, with contributions from all camps, including Nana Baah, Andy Morrison, Chris Venables and Marc Williams.By Cymru Premier League
A return to league action for the JD Cymru North sides.By Cymru Premier League
The podcast pays tribute to former Carmarthen Town Secretary Gareth Davies and former Caernarfon Town manager, Ken Jones, as well as previewing the weekend's games.By Cymru Premier League
Back to the bread and butter of the league as Webber and Jonah preview this weekend's Cymru South actionBy Cymru Premier League
Nomads' Sameron Dool reacts to his side's 4-0 win away at Barry this afternoon.By Cymru Premier League
Bala Town defender Jonny Spittle reacts to the Lakesiders' 5-0 win over Aber in the Cymru Prem.By Cymru Premier League
We sit down with Cai Owen to discuss his career so far in the JD Cymru Leagues.By Cymru Premier League
Marc Webber and Mark Jonah Jones preview another exciting weekend of JD Cymru Premier action.By Cymru Premier League
A croaky Marc Webber and Mark Jonah Jones preview the second round of the JD Welsh Cup, with manager comment from Cambrian and Clydach, Chepstow and Goytre,.By Cymru Premier League
A very croaky Marc Webber is joined by a fine-voiced Dean Jones to preview some of this weekend's Welsh Cup games.By Cymru Premier League
We hear from Llanelli interim manager Wayne Stephens, Swansea University's Will Toms and Ferry's Carl Shaw as Webber and Jonah look ahead to the next weekend of JD Cymru South action.By Cymru Premier League
Webber and Jonah battle their way through colds to preview another exciting week of top flight action.By Cymru Premier League
Colwyn Bay manager Craig Hogg talks to Marc Webber about their season so far. Webber and Dean Jones try to forget the weather-beaten weekend of last week and preview all this forthcoming weekend of JD Cymru action, with contributions from Rhyl and Llanrhaeadr.By Cymru Premier League
Webber and Jonah take to the stats to see what they mean for TNS; airbus continue to impress and the weekend fixtures previewed.By Cymru Premier League
Marc Webber and Dean Jones review Welsh Cup results and pick a couple of games from this weekend's Cymru North programme.By Cymru Premier League
Welcome to the first episode of a returning series of interviews with some of the people and personalities from the #JDCymruSouth past and present, For this first episode of the enw series, we sat down with Cambrian & Clydach manager Dane Williams. New to the management scene, we talk all things coaching with the man in charge at one of Tier 2' ...…
Marc Webber and Dean Jones discuss some of the games in this weekend's first round, with manager and player comment from 1876 Bangor, Nantlle Vale, Mynydd Isa, Holyhead Hotspurs, Coedpoeth, Mold Alex, Prestatyn, Queens Park, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, Rhydymwyn and BrymboBy Cymru Premier League
The Cymru South clubs come in for the First Round this weekend, but who will be the giantkillers? Mark Jonah Jones picks six ties to watch, plus we here from managers and players at Afan Lido, Briton Ferry, Cardiff Draconians, Caerau Ely, Cefn Cribwr, FC Cwmaman, Trefelin, STM Sports, Pontypridd and Pontardawe.…
Two wins for Caernarfon as they scoop player and manager of the month. Webber and Jonah look ahead to the weekend's games.By Cymru Premier League
Town boss talks about game and cup weekend ahead.By Cymru Premier League
Prestatyn boss on style of performance today, challenges on Rob Hughes and injury news ahead of Welsh Cup.By Cymru Premier League
Lido gaffer talks about game and looks ahead to Welsh CipBy Cymru Premier League
Listen to STM Sports man speak to Jordan Jones from Y Clwb Pel Droed after away Rhondda victory in JD Cymru South.By Cymru Premier League
Marc Webber and Dean Jones review a feisty encounter between Flint and Prestatyn, and look ahead a weekend of fresh action.By Cymru Premier League
Webber and Jonah preview the weekend ahead with comment from STM Sports, Cambrian and Clydach, Pontypridd and Briton Ferry.By Cymru Premier League
Interviews with Gavin Chesterfield, Sean Eardley, Danny Thomas, Wes Baines, Craig Harrison, Scott Ruscoe, Shaun Kelly, the weekend's action previewed, plus September Player and Manager of the Month shortlists analysedBy Cymru Premier League
Danny speaks on pride at appointment but disappointment at losing 2-1 at home to Connah's QuayBy Cymru Premier League
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