Barry Town United will begin Phase Two of the JD Welsh Premier League against in-form Aberystwyth Town at Jenner Park, in a repeat of the encounter that opened Phase One.

The Play-Off Conference match on Saturday, February 3, will start at the later time of 4.15pm, to avoid clashing with Wales’ Six Nations encounter with Scotland in Cardiff.

Two successive Saturdays on the road then follow, with the Town heading to Prestatyn's Bastion Gardens on 10th February and Newtown's Latham Park on February 17 (both 2.30pm kick-offs), before returning home to host Llandudno on Saturday February 24.

The Barry vs Llandudno match at Jenner Park will be another 4.15pm kick-off, with fans able to follow Wales’s Six Nations visit to Ireland from the comfort of the clubhouse at 2.15pm.

Friday night football returns on March 9, as Barry head to Carmarthen’s Richmond Park in a 7.45pm start, with a trip out west to Aberystwyth Town’s Park Avenue on Saturday, March 24 (2.30pm).

On Saturday, March 31, Barry will hope to replicate their biggest win of the season, as Prestatyn Town travel to Jenner Park in another 2.30pm kick-off.

The all-important final month sees Barry entertain Newtown on Saturday, April 14, before the Town travel to Llandudno’s Giant Hospitality Stadium on Saturday, April 21 (both 2.30pm).

The regular season then closes on Friday, April 27, with Barry pitted against Carmarthen at Jenner Park, on a night when all the fixtures across both conferences will kick off at 7.30pm.