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50 Year Award PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Ellingham   
Monday, 24 December 2012 13:21

Peter Hughes was recently presented with his 50 year membership award and Life Membership award both to the RAW.
An evening in honour of Peter was held at the Mountain Rangers Club, Rhosgadfan (North Wales), the presentation was made by Chris Noble who is the Council Member for North East Wales.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 24 December 2012 13:25
 
FIFA Referees 2013 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Ellingham   
Thursday, 20 December 2012 13:25

The FIFA Referees list has been published for 2013.  Wales have retained it’s quota of three referees for the coming year.

Senior Referee Lee Evans along with Mark Whitby will continue to fly the flag for the Principality although added to that list will be Bryn Markham Jones who have been promoted to the International list at the expense of Huw Jones.


Also added to the International List for Assistants is Gareth Wyn Owen. Gareth replaces Kim Fisher who was promoted to the Welsh Premier Referees list at the start of the season

Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 17:18
 
Cup Final Officials PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Ellingham   
Saturday, 24 November 2012 08:03

The following officials have been selected for the Welsh Premier League Cup Final now known as the "Word Cup".

Congratulations to All.

Match officials for the Welsh Premier League “The Word” Cup Final between Carmarthen Town and The New Saints played at Newtown FC on Saturday 12th January

Referee:Nick Pratt (Connahs’ Quay)
Assistant Referees:Lewiss Edwards (Aberdare) and Aled Jones (Cilcennin)
4th Official:Andy Harms (Rhyl)

Picture: Nick Pratt

Last Updated on Saturday, 24 November 2012 08:27
 
MD5 Appointment For Welsh Officials PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Ellingham   
Monday, 19 November 2012 11:20

Welsh Officials are heading off to Azerbaijan on Tuesday (20.11.2012) where they will oversee the Europa League tie between Neftçi v Partizan, the tie will take place in the Tofig Bahramov-Republic stadium.

Referee: Lee Evans
A Referees: Eddie King & Phil Thomas
AA Referees: Mark Whitby & Bryn Markham-Jones
4th Official : Alun Boore



Neftçi are the first Azeri side to make it to the group stage of a UEFA club competition. With seven league titles, they are the most successful team in Azerbaijan since independence, having set a Soviet-era high-water mark for the republic by finishing third in the USSR's top division in 1966.

The Tofiq Bahramov Stadium was built in 1951. Its construction started before the World War II in 1939, but was suspended. When its construction resumed, it was finished by the German prisoners of war. Initially the stadium was named after Joseph Stalin.

After the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1956 (denunciation of Stalin) it was renamed after Vladimir Lenin. In 1993, the stadium was named after the famous football referee Tofiq Bahramov who died in the same year.

In 2011, Presidential Reserve Fund of the State Budget of Azerbaijan for 2011 allocated $10 million for capital repairs and reconstruction of the stadium as it could be used as potenial venue for Eurovision Song Contest 2012. The stadium was renovated and reopened on August 16, 2012




Last Updated on Monday, 19 November 2012 14:12
 
Israel Bound PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Ellingham   
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:24

4 Welsh Officials are heading over to Tel Aviv to take charge of two International games.

In the afternoon Huw Jones will be in the middle for the U21s game Israel v Belarus, Huw will be assisted by two officials from the National FA.

The evening fixture sees the A International taking place where the match referee will be Lee Evans who will be assisted by Eddie King and Paul Thomas, Huw has a busy day as he will also be the appointed 4th officials. Both games take place on 14th November

This game is one of the many exchanges set up by national Referees manager Rodger Gifford.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:27
 
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