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Football: Record-breaking day for Airbus UK Broughton

FIVE-STAR Airbus UK Broughton enjoyed a record-breaking weekend as they crushed bottom-of-the-table Haverfordwest County on Saturday.Read

Aibus UK Broughton: Chester FC recall Tom McCready after impressive loan spell

CRAIG Harrison has lost the services of Tom McCready after the midfielder was recalled to Chester FC following a string of impressive performances for Airbus UK Broughton.Read

Football: Airbus widen gap on Welsh Premier League play-off rivals

AIRBUS UK Broughton’s biggest crowd of the season witnessed an eight-goal thriller at the Airfield against nearest play-off rivals Aberystwyth Town on Friday night.Read

Football: Airbus aim to break their home duck against Aberystwyth

AIRBUS UK Broughton will be searching for their first home victory of 2011 against Aberystwyth Town tomorrow night.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers tarnish Old Gold to go top of Play-off Conference

FIRST blood in the Welsh Premier mini-league went to Airbus UK Broughton on Saturday.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers target top of the Welsh Premier mini-league

AIRBUS UK Broughton are looking to win every game between now and the end of the season to secure seventh spot and a place in the Europa League play-off for teams placed third to seventh.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers see Welsh Premier League top-six hopes nosedive

AIRBUS UK Broughton’s hopes of qualifying for the top six when the Principality Welsh Premier League splits is now out of their own hands.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Ashley Williams signs for Chester FC

STAR midfielder Ashley Williams admits it was a wrench to leave Airbus UK Broughton – but the chance to sign for Chester FC was one he could not turn down.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers adrift of top six after defeat

AIRBUS UK Broughton missed out on a big opportunity to put pressure on those in the Welsh Premier’s top six ahead of the forthcoming league split after going down 2-1 at Aberystwyth Town on Tuesday.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Craig Harrison snaps up highly rated duo

CRAIG Harrison has boosted Airbus UK Broughton’s bid for a top-six Welsh Premier League finish by loading up on firepower with two new signings.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Boss Craig Harrison willing to consider summer switch

AIRBUS boss Craig Harrison believes it is time to consider making Welsh Premier League football a summer sport to avoid the big-freeze fixture chaos.Read

Welsh Premier: Secretary suggests pushing split back to February as ice impacts fixtures

WITH the winter weather playing havoc with the fixture card, the Welsh Premier League is considering moving the split back to early February.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Craig Harrison hoping to get green light for TNS clash

AIRBUS manager Craig Harrison is hopeful that his side’s clash with second-placed TNS will go ahead tomorrow (7.45pm) despite ongoing sub-zero temperatures, writes Paul Glynn.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Boss Craig Harrison delighted with arrival of Roger Preece and says Kristian Roberts is staying put

OFFICIALS at the Airfield have diagnosed a coaching reshuffle as the solution to Airbus UK Broughton’s ailing season.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Craig Harrison not worried by winless run as he targets top six

AIRBUS boss Craig Harrison has shrugged off his side’s 12-game run without a win as he focuses on getting the Wingmakers into the Welsh Premier’s top six, starting with their trip to Port Talbot Town on Saturday (2.30pm).Read

Football: Gap Connah’s Quay book their place in the last 16 of the Welsh Cup but Airbus UK Broughton crash out

DELIGHTED Gap Connah’s Quay player boss Mark McGregor praised his side’s character after they booked their place in the last 16 of the Welsh Cup.Read


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