Seven live JD Cymru Premier matches on Sgorio in March
WITH the JD Cymru Premier season back underway, Sgorio will be showing seven live matches during March.
The race to reach the Top Six gathers pace as Phase One of the season nears its conclusion, and fans will be able to follow all the developments with Sgorio’s live matches and highlights.
Live matches will be televised every weekend during the month, while a selection of midweek matches will be shown live online on S4C Clic, and the Sgorio Facebook and Youtube channels.
The first match to be shown on television is the all-important clash between The New Saints and Bala Town, on Saturday, March 6, live from 4.45pm.
On Tuesday, March 9, at 7.45pm, the match between Barry Town United and Pen-y-bont will be shown live online.
On Saturday, March 13, the Sgorio cameras head to Bridge Meadow Stadium to bring live coverage of Haverfordwest County v The New Saints, live on S4C from 4.45pm.
The big match between Bala Town and Connah’s Quay Nomads will be shown as a web broadcast on Tuesday, March 16, at 7.45pm, before Sgorio returns to Maes Tegid on Saturday, March 20, for the Gwynedd derby match between Bala Town and Caernarfon Town, to be shown live on S4C from 2.30pm.
On Saturday, March 27, Caernarfon Town host Cardiff Met, with the match being broadcast live on S4C from 2.30pm. English commentary will be available on all televised matches, via the red button service.
JD Cymru Premier highlights will be shown on Sgorio Stwnsh, at 5.30pm every Monday from March 8, and Mwy o Sgorio, at 10pm every Wednesday night from March 10.
In addition, Sgorio will also continue to run their unrivalled online service, with highlights of every JD Cymru Premier match, exclusive interviews and football news, on social media and on the Sgorio website – s4c.cymru/sgorio.
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