LLANFAIR Caereinion host Newtown in the North Wales Women’s League One opening day derby on Saturday, October 6.

Elsewhere Welshpool open their campaign with a trip to Pwllheli.

Pool open their home campaign with a derby against Llanfair Caereinion the following week before travelling to arch rivals Newtown on October 20 when Llanfair host newcomers Caernarfon.

The clubs have returned to training and invite all existing and aspiring players to join.

Meanwhile Welshpool Hockey Club hosts a coffee morning at the town’s Church House on Saturday, September 8 at 10am.

Organiser Gez Charles said: “We need as many people to attend as possible to help to get the name of the club around the community.

Meanwhile Radnor stepped up their own preparations for their return to the first division of the South Wales League with a third place finish at the Kington Cup.

The club returned to training on Wednesday and invited any interested new players to attend sessions at Llandrindod Wells Leisure Centre from 7pm.

Meanwhile Presteigne will be competing in Premier League Two of the South Wales Women’s League this season following relegation last season.

Elsewhere Montgomery will continue to fly the Welsh flag in the Shropshire Women’s League.