Powys clubs will press ahead with ground improvement projects following the annual Football Association of Wales Trust (FAWT) round of Welsh Ground Improvements (WGI) grant aid

More than £90,000 is being invested in Central Wales facilities with Kerry Football Club receiving £22,200 to install a spectator stand and 100 seats at Dolforgan Park

Elsewhere Aberaeron will receive £22,100 to install a spectator stand and 100 seats along with a PA system and hard standing.

Bow Street will also receive £17,200 to install a 50 seater stand, barriers and hardstanding while Llandrindod Wells is to receive £7,000 to install 100 seats in its existing stand as well as in the installation of improved shower and toilet facilities.

Presteigne St Andrews Football Club will also benefit with a £5,900 grant to remove bench seating and install 100 seats in the existing stand while also enlarging dug outs at Llanandras Park.

Builth Wells Football Club is also celebrating with confirmation of a £4,500 grant to install 100 seats in the existing stand along with enlarging dug outs.

Meanwhile Hay St Marys Football Club has received £4,500 to continue the club’s annual improvements at Forest Road.

Montgomery Town receive £2,200 to install 45 seats while Berriw will receive £2,700 to install officials toilets with Borth United installing hard standing with a £2,100 grant.