We are back at Jenner Park this afternoon as we kick off a busy festive fixture list against Flint Town United in the JD Cymru Premier (kick-off 2:30pm).
The first of six games over the next three weeks, we host The Silkmen after travelling to their near-neighbours Connah’s Quay Nomads last weekend.
Jordan Cotterill put us 1-0 up early on at Deeside, but the Nomads equalised almost straight away and went on to win 3-1. Plenty of promise was shown from Town, but ultimately the champions showed their clinical edge and came out on top.
Nonetheless, we remain fourth in the Cymru Premier table and will be looking to kick on this afternoon after a tricky period.
Flint, promoted from the Cymru North last season, currently sit second from bottom in the standings, having won just one of their last 10 games, losing the other nine. Niall McGuinness’s side are the only team in the division yet to draw a game this season.
They also lost to Connah’s Quay Nomads in their most recent fixture, suffering a 2-0 defeat to Andy Morrison’s side on Tuesday evening.
We won 1-0 on our trip to the Essity Stadium earlier in the season as Kayne McLaggon’s second half penalty proved decisive in a tight game in front of the Sgorio cameras.
Our most recent meeting with Flint before that was the 2013 Welsh Cup quarter-final, when we were 2-0 victors and secured a place in the last four for the first time in a decade. It marked the first ever appearance of a fully-amateur Barry side at the Welsh Cup semi-final stage.
Due to a Welsh Government and FAW ruling, games must currently be played behind-closed-doors until stated otherwise. Your support will be hugely missed at Jenner Park, but you will be able to follow this afternoon’s fixture through live updates on our Twitter page.