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This Saturday, the Bluebirds go to Wrexham for their second away game of the 2023–24 Adran Premier season. On Sunday, October 8th, the game will be played at The Rock, with 5.10pm kickoff. INFORMATION ON TICKETS SUPPORT THE BLUEBIRDS Tickets are currently available for buy online for the game on Sunday. Adult admission is £3; for those under 16 it is $1. paid adult must be with every U14 participant. Paper tickets will be used for all transactions. On gameday, The Rock will provide place for away fans to pick up their tickets. At noon on Sunday, ticket sales will finish; but, depending on inventory, tickets may still be available for purchase at the stadium the day of the game.


City head into Sunday’s fixture on the back of an impressive 3-1 victory over The New Saints last weekend.

Striker Eliza Collie netted a fine brace, along with a stunning strike from Molly Kehoe, who scored her first goal for the Bluebirds.

Having started the campaign with a 3-1 win over Cardiff Met and a goalless draw against Aberystwyth Town, City have recorded seven points from the opening three games.

Wrexham have the same record, as they have also made an unbeaten start to the campaign.

After a dramatic 3-3 draw against Swansea City on the opening day, Steve Dale’s side claimed an impressive 3-0 win at Pontypridd United.

Last time out, striker Rosie Hughes netted all five goals as they recorded a 5-1 victory at Barry Town.

Let’s look at some noteworthy stats before the match on Sunday. Last season, the Bluebirds won seven out of ten road games in the Adran Premier. City averaged 3.4 goals per game on the road last season, scoring 34 goals overall. Collie, striker for the Bluebirds, has scored three goals in her previous three away league games. The Adran Premier has not seen loss for City since March 20, 2022. Hughes, striker for Wrexham, currently leads the Adran Premier in goals scored with seven. The opponents on Sunday have scored 3.7 goals per game on average this year.

RESUMES OF THE CITY NOAH BUSHBY The two teams will play each other for the first time on Sunday since Wrexham was elevated from the Adran South at the conclusion of the previous campaign. However, in the U19 level, the Bluebirds and Red Dragons have engaged in several memorable matches. In the Adran Leagues U19 national final for the past two years, City has met Wrexham. The Bluebirds won 5-1 at Aberystwyth Town’s Park Avenue in 2022, including goals from current senior players Mikayla Cook and Collie. The two teams faced off once more for the national championship at Newtown’s Latham Park year later. Lauren Payne’s two goals gave the Bluebirds the victory in the national championship as City won 2-0.

Lauren Payne’s two goals gave the Bluebirds the victory in the national championship as City won 2-0. U19s coach Noah Bushby reflected on the final from the previous season, saying: “It was beautiful day. The girls enjoy participating in those types of games, and those days are usually terrific occasion. felt incredible pride. It is amazing to win the national championship two years in row since it demonstrates the players’ and the team’s support staff’s dedication to work. Madison Lloyd, Mali Ackerman, and Brooke Arthur all made their senior debuts in City’s most recent game against The New Saints, illuminating the dynamic player development program of the Club.

Noah added: “I love it. Every time it happens I feel huge pride. Even when they’re asked to train with the senior team, it’s fantastic.

“To see Madison and Mali especially play on the weekend was amazing. Two years ago, they were both playing in the U16s team that I was manager of. Brooke’s progression has also been great too.

Dave [Carroll] and Tom [Stiley] have done a brilliant job with those U16s to prepare them for the U19s and the fact that they’re getting minutes with the season team this early in the season is amazing.”


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