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Wales Veterans are very pleased to confirm Albion Rovers of Newport’s application back into the league. As a warm up for the season, Club Chairman and former Wales International, Terry ‘Wacker’ Wilkins has invited Wales Vets to hold a Short game tournament at their Kimberley Park ground on Sunday 6 September from 2 to 4pm. The 6 games of 30 minutes each (3 per team) will be followed by the usual ‘delicious spread’ laid on by Terry’s wife Cheryl and the teams will be able to watch the Wales v Israel European Championship game being held in Cardiff, ko 5 pm. As this is a ‘trial’ there will be a nominal charge of £20 per team to cover the cost of two referees. There is no limit to the number of players in each squad but only 11 will be allowed on the pitch at any time.
The four teams will be Albion Rovers, Newport Reps, Llantrisant and a Wales Over 45 team.
Over 45 International trial
Wales Veterans have offered Llantrisant Over 45s a pre-
Wales Veterans squad that played FC Candac at Penydarren Park, Merthyr on Sunday 16th August 2015, kick off 3.00pm.
Mike Hill (Cardiff Corries) , Joff Wile (Bryncethin), Shane Davies (RTB Ebbw Vale), Karl Miller (Bryncethin), Chris Summers (Cardiff Corries), Steve Boydell (Bryncethin), Chris Boydell (Bryncethin), Mark Watts (Llantrisant), Russell Wigley (Cardiff Corries) Rob Jones (Nelson), Mick Copeman (Fairfield) Kevin Payne (Fairfield) Steve White (Fairfield) Craig Thomas (Nelson), Jon Parkinson (Nelson).
Front: Mattie Davies, John McNamara, Jon Manley, Damion Walters.
On Saturday 13th June 2015 Cardiff Corries FC Veterans travelled to Javea, Spain to compete in the annual ISL Javea Vets tournament. It was the first time they've competed in a foreign tournament following in the footsteps of the 1910 Corries team who played Catalan Giants Barcelona.
The team won all their 5 group games including the defeat of the local favourites FC Javea. In the semi final they easily overcame Aldenham Vets FC 3-
The golden boot was won by Corries striker Chris Summers with 10 goals after returning to the game after 2 years out with a serious injury. The final was also refereed
The Corries would like to thank
Digital Virtue, Robertsons Solicitors, Evans Williams Jr. and Classic Sportswear for their kind sponsorship.
Wales Veterans received Caps from Welsh International manager Chris Coleman and shared a picture with Gareth Bale at St David’s Hotel, Cardiff
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