THE destiny of the MMP-NL Mid Wales League East title and silverware will be decided on Saturday.

Brecon Corries make the trip to Llansantffraid knowing only a win will be enough to leapfrog long time leaders Builth Wells and secure the title after the Bulls faltered in their final game of the season against Radnor Valley last week.

Club vice-chairman Baz Jones said the club was ready for a big day in their history with a place in the third division of Welsh football at stake.

He said: “It is a case of one last push north as we aim to fulfil our season objective of winning the MMP Mid Wales East.

“It’s been a very enjoyable season with some amazing games along the way but it’ll mean little if we can’t manage three points on Saturday.”


Jones said the Corries would not be taking the points for granted in one of their longest league trips of the season.

He said: “Llansantffraid have a strong side and I’m sure they’ll be eager to upset the apple cart to secure their 11th league win of the season. Nonetheless, we are confident in our abilities as we have been all season.”

The Corries are sweating on the fitness of Vinicius Santos who took a heavy knock in last week’s win over Newtown Wanderers which required 11 stitches.

Jones added: “We are more than aware of what’s at stake this weekend but the outcome of the league is in our hands following a remarkable victory at the death by Radnor Valley at Builth a week ago.

“The Corries will look to take advantage of this with a place in the FAW Ardal League the prize for one more win.”

Jones called on supporters to make their way north to Treflan for the biggest game in the club’s recent history.

He said: “Anything can happen in football but we are fit, healthy and confident for Saturday.”