Barry Town hoping to finish on a high

HOME GAMES: Barry Town United players are gearing up for their final home games of a successful season.

HOME GAMES: Barry Town United players are gearing up for their final home games of a successful season.

First published in Sport

BARRY Town United play their final home games of a successful season this week with a Welsh League Division Three double-header at Jenner Park.

Gavin Chesterfield's side, who secured promotion on April 12, entertain Cwmaman Institute on Saturday (2.30pm) and Rhoose on Tuesday evening (7.45pm).

Despite losing several key players in the second half of the campaign, Barry will be hoping to finish on a high, with a final away trip to Newport Civil Service set for Thursday, May 8.

At press time, the Town trailed league leaders Llanwern by three points, albeit with a game in hand on the Gwent side, who complete their season this Saturday at Bridgend Street.

Llanwern were home to in-form Grange Quins on Wednesday night, while a depleted Barry squad made the trip west to Cwmamman United whose Easter Monday win over Llantwit Major saw them climb into the third and final promotion spot at the expense of Risca United.

With everything still to play for, all Barrians are welcomed to Jenner Park for these final fixtures of what has been an exciting and rewarding 2013-14.

Admission for each match is £4 at the gate, with concessions for senior citizens, students and children.

The club has, meanwhile, announced it with take its end of season members' photograph with the team after the Cwmaman Institute match this weekend.

Memberships, which cover the whole calendar year of 2014, will be on sale prior to the game and at half-time.

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