Ground name: Maes Meurig
By car: Google Maps – LL65 4SB
Parking: Plenty of parking at the ground
Nearest train station: Ty Croes – 4.5 miles away
Pitch: Grass
Floodlights: No


Maes Meurig is a ground of a very good standard for this level of football, and better than some North Wales sides plying their trade at a higher level.

Although there is no seating at the ground, there is hard standing all the way around the pitch, a building housing the changing rooms, a refreshment kiosk and toilets, and three covered terraces.

You enter the ground on the side of the clubhouse, and on this side there is one of the three covered terraces. On the opposite side of the ground there are the other two of these covered terraces, with dugouts on either side.

Behind both goals is just hard standing behind pitch railings, but you will find a good setup here at Gwalchmai, and an impressive pitch on my visit too.


The side with the two covered terraces, and dugouts
A closer look at the covered terraces
Match action at Gwalchmai as Ynys Mon take on Orkney in the Inter-Island games
Hard standing behind the goal
The other side of the ground with the single covered terrace
Hard standing behind the other goal