S4C and the Football Association of Wales have confirmed the latest round of live JD Welsh Premier League to be shown live by Sgorio.
The cameras will visit Latham Park twice in a fortnight, firstly to show the match between Newtown and Connah’s Quay, on Saturday, September 30 at 5.15, before returning to bring live online coverage of the midweek match between Newtown and Bala on Thursday, October 12 at 7.45.
This game will be featured live on the Live Sgorio Facebook page and on S4C’s website, s4c.cymru. The webcast, which will be available for viewing throughout the UK, will only show the game and offer Welsh commentary.
The next live game to be shown will be the match between Connah’s Quay and Llandudno from the Deeside Stadium, on Saturday, October 21 at 5.15.
A week later, Carmarthen Town welcome Bala Town to Richmond Park, with the game live at 5.15 on Saturday, 28 October. And the Old Gold will feature again on Saturday, November 4 when they visit the Cyncoed Campus to take on Cardiff Met on Saturday, November 4 at 5.15.
On Saturday, December 9, The New Saints will go to Maes Tegid to take on Bala Town, with kick off at 5.15pm. Then in a busy week in the WPL, the Sgorio crew will broadcast three games in a week, two of which will be available to watch online only.
The game between Newtown and Llandudno on Thursday, December 14, will be shown on the web at 7.45. Two days later, Sgorio will broadcast live from the Rock to bring coverage of Cefn Druids versus Bangor City, on Saturday, December 16, which will be televised on S4C. Finally, live coverage of the match between Llandudno and Cardiff Met will be shown online at 7.45, on Wednesday night, December 20.
As well as being televised on S4C, all the Saturday matches will be available to watch live on s4c.cymru, with commentary available in Welsh and English. Sgorio, S4C’s longest-running sports programme, is produced by Rondo Media.
Here’s the latest list of confirmed games:
Saturday, September 30 – Newtown v Connah’s Quay – kick off 5.15
Thursday, October 12 – Newtown v Bala Town – kick off 7.45 (Facebook live web broadcast)
Saturday, October 21 – Connah’s Quay v Llandudno – kick off 5.15
Saturday, October 28 – Carmarthen Town v Bala Town – kick off 5.15
Saturday, November 4 – Cardiff Met v Carmarthen Town – kick off 5.15
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