Disciplinary Updates

All the latest from the FAW disciplinary cases.

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 5th July 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Jack Graham of Cefn Druids Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.9 for allegedly committing an act and/or engaging in conduct on or around the field of play following his sending off which was likely to bring the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute during the match between Cefn Druids Football Club and Caernarfon Town Football Club in the Huws Gray Alliance League on 30 April 2016.

Decision: Jack Graham received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £225.00.

Charge: Cefn Druids Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.13 for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst taking part in the match between Cefn Druids Football Club and Caernarfon Town Football Club in the Huws Gray Alliance League on 30 April 2016.

Decision: The charge was found not proven.

Charge: Caernarfon Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.13 for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst taking part in the match between Cefn Druids Football Club and Caernarfon Town Football Club in the Huws Gray Alliance League on 30 April 2016.

Decision: The charge was found not proven.

Charge: Caernarfon Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.13 for the alleged failure of its supporters to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst taking part in the match between Cefn Druids Football Club and Caernarfon Town Football Club in the Huws Gray Alliance League on 30 April 2016.

Decision: Caernarfon Town FC received a fine of £100.00.

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 29th June 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: The appeal by Pencoed Athletic AFC against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to find the charge of alleged misconduct proven, in accordance with FAW Rule 38.1.9 and the Association Rule 9; i.e. ‘acting in a manner likely to bring the game into disrepute’, against the Club’s players and coaching staff causing the abandonment of their South Wales Alliance League fixture Pencoed Athletic v AFC Butetown played on 30th March 2016 and for the Association to impose a fine £325.00; £100.00 of which is to be suspended until the 31st December 2016 pending future good behaviour of coaches and players.

Decision: The appeal was partially upheld; with the charge issued found proven and impose a fine of £325.00; £225.00 of which shall remain suspended up to and including 31st December 2016 pending future good behaviour of coaches and players.


Charge: Luke Nash of Usk Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for the alleged breach of Article 9, para. 1 of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, which states:

‘Players registered at one association may only be registered at a new association once the latter has received an International Transfer Certificate from the former association…’

Decision: Luke Nash received a 1 match suspension and a £90.00 fine.


Charge: Usk Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for the alleged breach of Article 9, para. 1 of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, in that Usk Town Football Club allowed Mr Luke Nash to register for the club on 31st August 2015, without firstly obtaining an International Transfer Certificate for the player. This Regulation states that:

‘Players registered at one association may only be registered at a new association once the latter has received an International Transfer Certificate from the former association…’

Decision: Usk Town FC received a fine of £50.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 13th June 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Jake Hughes of Point of Ayr Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for his alleged breach of clause 6(b) of the FAW’s ‘Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences’, in that he participated for Point of Ayr Football Club in their Welsh National League Division One match played on 10th May 2016 whilst under a one MATCH SUSPENSION as and from 8th May 2016.

Decision: Jake Hughes received a 2 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Point of Ayr Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.6, in that the Club allegedly allowed Jake Hughes to participate for Point of Ayr FC in their Welsh National League Division One match played on 10th May 2016 whilst the said player was under a one Match Suspension as and from 8th May 2016.

Decision: Point of Ayr FC received a fine of £120.00.


Charge: James Manseri of Halkyn United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh National League Reserve & Colts Division match, Saltney Town v Halkyn United played on 10th May 2016.

Decision: James Manseri received a 6 match suspension and a fine of £250.00. 


Charge: Sean Williams of Halkyn United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged improper conduct, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh National League Reserve & Colts Division match, Saltney Town v Halkyn United played on 10th May 2016.

Decision: Sean Williams received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Halkyn United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the Welsh National League Reserve & Colts Division match, Saltney Town v Halkyn United played on 10th May 2016.

Decision: Halkyn United FC received a fine of £300.00; £150.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the club be found proven of a similar offence up to and including 31st May 2017.


Charge: Llanrwst United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the Welsh Alliance League Reserve Division match, Llanberis v Llanrwst United played on 13th May 2016.

Decision: Llanrwst United FC received a fine of £300.00; £150.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the club be found proven of a similar offence up to and including 31st May 2017.


Charge: Ryan Green, formerly of Port Talbot Town Football Club, was charged with the Disciplinary Offence Pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.4 applicable to the season 2012/2013 which made it a breach of the Rules in force at the time to bet in any betting activity (authorised and registered pools excepted) or accept any bets in any way related to any match, for allegedly placing a bet on a Welsh Premier League fixture.

Decision: Ryan Green received 6 month suspension from all football related activity once he re-registers in Wales and a fine of £400.00.


Charge: Ryan Green, formerly of Port Talbot Town Football Club, was charged with the Disciplinary Offence Pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.4 applicable to the season 2012/2013 which made it a breach of the Rules in force at the time to bet in any betting activity (authorised and registered pools excepted) or accept any bets in any way related to any match, for allegedly placing a bet on a Welsh Premier League fixture.

Decision: Ryan Green received 2 month suspension from all football related activity once he re-registers in Wales and a fine of £100.00.


Charge: Ryan Green, formerly of Port Talbot Town Football Club, was charged with the Disciplinary Offence Pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.4 applicable to the season 2013/2014 which made it a breach of the Rules in force at the time to bet in any betting activity (authorised and registered pools excepted) or accept any bets in any way related to any match, for allegedly placing a bet on a Welsh Premier League fixture.

Decision: Ryan Green received 2 month suspension from all football related activity once he re-registers in Wales and a fine of £100.00.


Charge: Ryan Green, formerly of Port Talbot Town Football Club, was charged with the Disciplinary Offence Pursuant to FAW Rule 38.1.4 applicable to the season 2013/2014 which made it a breach of the Rules in force at the time to bet in any betting activity (authorised and registered pools excepted) or accept any bets in any way related to any match, for allegedly placing a bet on a theWord Cup fixture.

Decision: Ryan Green received 2 month suspension from all football related activity once he re-registers in Wales and a fine of £100.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 26th May 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Matthew Woods of Chirk AAA Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for his alleged breach of regulation 6(b) of the current ‘Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences’, in that he participated for Chirk AAA FC in their Welsh National League Premier Division match played on 9th April 2016 whilst under a one Match Suspension as and from 7th April 2016.

Decision: The charge against Matthew Woods was found not proven.


Charge: Chirk AAA Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.6, in that the Club allegedly allowed Matthew Woods to participate for Chirk AAA FC in their Welsh National League Premier Division match played on 9th April 2016 whilst the said player was under a one Match Suspension as and from 7th April 2016.

Decision: The charge against Chirk AAA FC was found not proven. 


Charge: Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute for the posting of comments on its Twitter account.

Decision: Aberbargoed Buds FC were fined £150.00.


Charge: David Burnett of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute for the posting of a comment on his Facebook account.

Decision: David Burnett received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £200.00.


Charge: David Burnett of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute for the posting of a on his Twitter account.

Decision: David Burnett received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £200.00.


Charge: Alyn Jones of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute for the posting of comments on his Facebook account.

Decision: Alyn Jones received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Alyn Jones of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute for the posting of a comment on his Twitter account.

Decision: Alyn Jones received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, Yavuz Kurklu of Llanrwst United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged act of violence and/or improper conduct towards the match referee during the Welsh Alliance League Reserve Division match, Llanberis v Llanrwst United played on 7th May 2016.

Decision: Yavuz Kurklu is to be suspended up to and including the 31st May 2017 and fined £200.00.


Charge: MBi Llandudno Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for allegedly bringing the game of Association Football and/or the Association into disrepute by the posting of a comment on their Twitter account.

Decision: MBi Llandudno FC received a fine of £100.00.


Charge: David Brooks of Bridgend Street Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language and/or gesture(s), after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Division Three match, Bridgend Street v Abergavenny Town played on 30th April 2016.

Decision: David Brooks received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Steven Broome of Treharris Athletic Western Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Football League Division Three match, Treharris Athletic Western v Panteg played on 27th April 2016.

Decision: Steven Broome received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 12th May 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Gareth Roberts of Brymbo Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged aggressive conduct and/or alleged offensive or insulting or abusive language towards the match referee during the half time interval of the Welsh National League Premier Division match, Chirk AAA v Brymbo played on 26 April 2016.

Decision: Gareth Roberts received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Gareth Roberts of Brymbo Football Club was charged Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’ with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged aggressive and/or threatening conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language towards the match referee prior to the start of the second half of the Welsh National League Premier Division match, Chirk AAA v Brymbo played on 26 April 2016.

Decision: Gareth Roberts received a 5 match suspension and a fine of £200.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 10th May 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Wayne Jones of Haverfordwest County Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Premier League match, MBi Llandudno v Haverfordwest County played on 21st November 2015.

Decision: Wayne Jones received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £225.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 5th May 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, Alyn Jones of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged aggressive conduct and/or offensive language towards the match referee whilst on the field of play following the conclusion of the Welsh Football League Division One match, Afan Lido v Aberbargoed Buds played on 12th April 2016.

Decision: Alyn Jones received a 3 month suspension from all football related activity and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, Alyn Jones of Aberbargoed Buds Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged aggressive conduct and/or offensive language towards the match referee in the vicinity of the tunnel and changing rooms following the conclusion of the Welsh Football League Division One match, Afan Lido v Aberbargoed Buds played on 12th April 2016.

Decision: Alyn Jones received a 4 month suspension from all football related activity and a fine of £200.00.


Charge: Andrew Jones of Corwen Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged misconduct in the changing rooms after being sent-off, during the Welsh National League Reserves Division match, Penycae v Corwen played on 19th March 2016.

Decision: Andrew Jones received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Graham Duffield of Halkyn United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Halkyn United v Llanllyfni played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Graham Duffield received a 1 match touchline suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Graham Duffield of Halkyn United Football Club was chared with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Halkyn United v Llanllyfni played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Graham Duffield received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 27th April 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Bar Bow Football Club, against the decision of the North Wales Coast Football Association, to find the charge against the Club proven, for failing to register Mr Robert Hughes within the correct timeframe for the fixture Bar Bow v FC Mally in the Sunday Challenge Cup Round 2 tie played on 25th October 2015, and award the tie to FC Mally.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed with the decision from the North Wales Coast Football Association to stand.


Charge: Liam Pearce of Borras Park Albion Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of an offensive or insulting or abusive gesture, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh National League Premier Division match, Penyffordd v Borras Park Albion played on 19th March 2016.

Decision: Liam Pearce received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst participating in the Welsh National League Reserves & Colts Division match, Brickfield Rangers v Flint Town United played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Flint Town United FC received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Brickfield Rangers Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst participating in the Welsh National League Reserves & Colts Division match, Brickfield Rangers v Flint Town United played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Brickfield Rangers FC received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Luke Davies of Bridgend Street Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Football League Reserve Division East match, Monmouth Town v Bridgend Street played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Luke Davies received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Harry Burge of Bridgend Street Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language and/or gestures following the conclusion of the Welsh Football League Reserve Division East match, Monmouth Town v Bridgend Street played on 2nd April 2016.

Decision: Harry Burge received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Ross Mainwaring of Garden Village Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Youth Division West match, Garden Village v Afan Lido played on 4th April 2016.

Decision: Ross Mainwaring received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £75.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 7th April 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Craig Williams, of Goytre United Football Club, against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to find the charge against him proven, for repeatedly using insulting, abusive or offensive language, & refusing to give his name to the referee, and to impose a seven (7) match touchline suspension, fined £75.00 and ordered to pay £5.00 part costs towards the commission.

Decision: The appeal was upheld and the charge against Craig Williams was found not proven.


Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Football Association of Wales’ Non-discrimination Regulations’, Port Talbot Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending or taking part in a match including, without limitation, any racial or other discriminatory behaviour, conduct or language, during the Welsh Premier League match, Port Talbot Town v Airbus UK Broughton played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Port Talbot Town Football Club were fined £750.00; £250.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season. The Club were also warned as to the future conduct of their spectators.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 5th April 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: The appeal by Marford & Gresford Albion YFC against the decision of the North East Wales Football Association to find the charge against the Club proven, for failing to fulfil their fixture in the NEWFA Under 13 Challenge Cup Competition on Saturday 27th February 2016, and to impose a £50.00 fine as well as striking the Club out of the Competition for the 2015/2016 season.

Decision: The appeal was upheld with Marford & Gresford Albion YFC reinstated into the NEWFA Under 13 Challenge Cup Competition.


Charge: Rhyl Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Rhyl Football Club were fined £400.00; £200.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Rhyl Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its official(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: The charge against Rhyl Football Club was found not proven.


Charge: Carmarthen Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Carmarthen Town Football Club were fined £600.00.


Charge: Carmarthen Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its official(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Carmarthen Town Football Club were fined £750.00; £250.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Zac Corbett of Rhyl Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper and/or violent conduct towards an opponent following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl, played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Zac Corbett received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Craig Hanford of Carmarthen Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper and/or violent conduct towards an opponent and/or his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl, played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Craig Hanford received a 6 match suspension and a fine of £225.00.


Charge: Zac Forber of Garden Village Youth Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh National League Division One match, Garden Village Youth v Penley played on 12th March 2016.

Decision: Zac Forber received 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, Jamie Bailey of Newport Civil Service Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged threatening and/or improper conduct towards the match referee, after having been sent-off and following the conclusion of the Welsh Football League Division Three match, Newport Civil Service v Llantwit Major played on 5th March 2016.

Decision: Jamie Bailey was found guilty of technical assault an immediate suspension up to and including 30th September 2015 and a fine of £100.00.


Charge: Garden Village Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the Welsh Football League Youth Division West match, Penybont v Garden Village played on 21st February 2016.

Decision: Garden Village Football Club received a fine of £100.00.


Charge: Ryan Wade of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, in that he allegedly brought the game of Association Football or the Association into disrepute by the posting of two comments on his Twitter account.

Decision: Ryan Wade received a 3 match suspension from all football related activity and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Chirk AAA Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the North East Wales FA Challenge Cup match, Chirk AAA v Mold Alexandra played on 5th March 2016.

Decision: Chirk AAA Football Club were warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: Port Talbot Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.15(a), in that its supporter(s) allegedly brought into the ground a firework, flare, smoke bomb or other pyrotechnic device at the Welsh Cup Quarter Final match, Cwmbran Celtic v Port Talbot Town played on 5 March 2016.

Decision: Port Talbot Town Football Club were fined £300.00; £100.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence up to and including 31st December 2016.


Charge: Port Talbot Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.15(b), in that its supporter(s) allegedly ignited or otherwise set off a firework, flare, smoke bomb or other pyrotechnic device at the Welsh Cup Quarter Final match, Cwmbran Celtic v Port Talbot Town played on 5 March 2016.

Decision: Port Talbot Town Football Club were fined £300.00; £100.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence up to and including 31st December 2016.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 29th March 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst taking part in the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was fined £500.00.


Charge: Ben Alexander of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct in that he allegedly entered the field of play without the match referee’s permission during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Ben Alexander received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Ben Alexander of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged violent conduct during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Ben Alexander received a 5 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Charles Short of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct in that he re-entered the field-of-play after having been sent-off during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Charles Short received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Charles Short of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged violent conduct after having been sent-off during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Charles Short received a 5 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Jake Skyner of Airbus UK Broughton Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged violent conduct during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Jake Skyner received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Newtown Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst taking part in the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Newtown Football Club were fined £300.00; £100.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Francis Barr of Newtown Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged violent conduct during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Francis Barr received 2 match suspension and a fine of £75.00.


Charge: Dewi Williams of Newtown Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged violent conduct during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Newtown v Airbus UK Broughton played on 20th December 2015.

Decision: Dewi Williams received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 17th March 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, Joshua Mitchell of Cardiff City Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged misconduct towards the match referee following the conclusion of the FAW Futsal Cup match, Sporting Marvels v Cardiff City Futsal played on 7th February 2016.

Decision: Joshua Mitchell will be suspended up to and including 31st December 2016 and was fined £75.00.


Charge: Theo Richards of Barry Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, in that he participated for Cardiff Airport Football Club on 16th January 2016, allegedly in breach of a one MATCH SUSPENSION imposed on him as and from 11th January 2016 following his sending-off whilst participating for Barry Town United youth on 10th January 2016.

Decision: Theo Richards received a 2 match suspension.


Charge: Rhodri Morgan of AFC Porth was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Football League Division Two match, Llanelli Town v AFC Porth played on 9th January 2016.  

Decision: Rhodri Morgan received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Jack Kenny of Prestatyn Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for his alleged violation of Annexe 3a, Article 2, para. 1 of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players that states:

‘Any player who is registered with a club that is affiliated to one association shall not be eligible to play for a club affiliated to a different association unless an ITC has been issued by the former association and received by the new association….’

Decision: Jack Kenny received 1 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Jack Kenny of Prestatyn Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1 for his alleged violation of FAW Rule 55.1 that states:

‘Subject to an authorised transfer no Player under contract shall be allowed to play for more than one club in any one season, whether any such club is a Qualifying Club or any other club within the jurisdiction of this Association or of any other National Association, unless special written permission for the player so to do has been obtained from the Council’.

Decision: Jack Kenny received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Ben Richards of Four Crosses Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Mid Wales League Division Two match, Bont v Four Crosses played on 13th February 2016.

Decision: Ben Richards received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Acrefair Youth Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, in that the club allegedly violated the Regulations of the Football Association of Wales by participating in the Welsh National Football League Division One match, Cefn Albion v Acrefair Youth played on 27th February 2016, whilst the club was under a suspension imposed in accordance with clause 6(l) of the FAW’s 2015/2016 ‘Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences’.

Decision: Acrefair Youth Football Club were warned as to their future conduct and fined £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 14th March 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: Nunnie Sohanpal on behalf of his son (the Player) was appealing against the decision of the Gwent County Football Association, to find the charge against the Player proven for bringing the game into disrepute in accordance with Rule 37 of the Association, to impose a 3 match suspension, in the Gwent County Under 14’s Cup match between Trinant Tornadoes Junior v Whiteheads Graig United Junior, played on 5th December 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision from the Gwent County Football Association will stand.


Appeal: Ryan Brewster on behalf of his son (the Player) was appealing against the decision of the Gwent County Football Association, to find the charge against the Player proven for bringing the game into disrepute in accordance with Rule 37 of the Association, to impose a 3 match suspension, in the Gwent County Under 14’s Cup match between Trinant Tornadoes Junior v Whiteheads Graig United Junior, played on 5th December 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision from the Gwent County Football Association will stand.


Charge: Carl Jones of Pwllheli Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged comments of an offensive and/or insulting and/or homophobic nature, after having been sent-off, during the Cookson Cup Semi Final match, Glantraeth v Pwllheli played on 20th February 2016.   

Decision: Carl Jones received a 5 match suspension and a fine of £200.00.


Charge: Carl Jones of Pwllheli Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged threatening and/or improper comments and/or conduct, after having been sent-off, during the Cookson Cup Semi Final match, Glantraeth v Pwllheli played on 20th February 2016.

Decision: Carl Jones received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Prestatyn Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Prestatyn Town v Holyhead Hotspur played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Prestatyn Town Football Club were fined £450.00; £225.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Prestatyn Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its official(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Prestatyn Town v Holyhead Hotspur played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Prestatyn Town Football Club were fined £600.00; £300.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Prestatyn Town v Holyhead Hotspur played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club were fined £450.00; £225.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its official(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Prestatyn Town v Holyhead Hotspur played on 23rd January 2016. 

Decision: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club were fined £600.00; £300.00 of which shall remain suspended and be payable should the Club be found proven of a similar offence following the completion of the 2016/2017 season.


Charge: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Prestatyn Town v Holyhead Hotspur played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Holyhead Hotspur Football Club were fined £100.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 9th March 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: Penyfai Football Club were appealing against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to find the charge against the Club proven for causing the match to be abandoned, to fine the Club £100.00 and impose an order for costs of £5.00, in the Bridgend and District League match between Penyfai under 16s v Pencoed under 16s, played on 19th December 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision from the South Wales Football Association will stand.


Appeal: Pencoed Football Club were appealing against the severity of the punishment imposed by the South Wales Football Association, to find the charge against the Clubs under 16s player proven for the alleged misconduct of re-entering the field of play & kicking opposition coats/water bottle and/or equipment, repeatedly using insulting, abusive or offensive language, returning to the field of play/area and assaulting an opposition spectator/supporter all after having being sent off contributing to the game being abandoned, and to suspend the Player from all aspects of Association Football from Monday 8th February 2016 until 30th April 2016, in the Bridgend and District League match between Penyfai under 16s v Pencoed under 16s, played on 19th December 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision from the South Wales Football Association will stand with the Player serving his suspension as and from 24th March 2016 up to and including 14th June 2016.


Charge: Cardiff City Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the FAW Futsal Cup match, Sporting Marvels v Cardiff City Futsal played on 7th February 2016.

Decision: Cardiff City Futsal Club were warned as to the Club’s spectator’s future conduct.


Charge: Paul Mitchell of Cardiff City Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the FAW Futsal Cup match, Sporting Marvels v Cardiff City Futsal played on 7th February 2016.   

Decision: Paul Mitchell received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Goytre United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its supporter(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the Welsh Football League Reserve Division West match, Goytre United v Aberdare Town played on 13th February 2016.

Decision: Goytre United Football Club were warned as to the Club’s spectator’s future conduct.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 24th February 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Aden Shannon of Conwy Borough Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Conwy Borough v Gresford Athletic played on 24th October 2015.

Decision: Aden Shannon received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £200.00.


Charge: Sion Williams of Prestatyn Sports Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent off, during the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Prestatyn Sports v Greenfield played on 19th December 2015.

Decision: Sion Williams received a 2 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Ross Davies of Lliswerry Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Division Three match, Lliswerry v Abergavenny Town played on 6th February 2016.

Decision: Ross Davies received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Lee Bridgeman of Taffs Well Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, during the South Wales FA Senior Cup Semi-final match, Port Talbot Town v Taffs Well played on 2nd February 2016.

Decision: Lee Bridgeman received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £200.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 16th February 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Christopher Golton of AFC Porth was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged aggressive conduct and/or alleged comment(s) of a threatening and/or offensive and/or insulting and/or abusive nature towards the match referee, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Division Two match, AFC Porth v Cwmbran Celtic played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Christopher Golton received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: John Keegan of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper and/or violent conduct towards an opposing player during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Cefn Druids, played on 28th November 2015.

Decision: John Keegan received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £225.00.


Charge: Mark Hughes of Prestatyn Sports Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged continuing misconduct in that he repeatedly failed to provide his name when requested to do so by the match referee prior to the commencement of the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Prestatyn Sports played on 30th January 2016.

Decision: Mark Hughes received a 2 match touchline suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Mark Hughes of Prestatyn Sport Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language prior to the commencement of the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Prestatyn Sports played on 30th January 2016.

Decision: Mark Hughes received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Steven Molyneux of Brickfield Rangers Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh National League Premier Division match, Borras Park Albion v Brickfield Rangers played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Steven Molyneux received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Steven Molyneux of Brickfield Rangers Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Welsh National League Premier Division match, Borras Park Albion v Brickfield Rangers played on 23rd January 2016.

Decision: Steven Molyneux received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 9th February 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Marshfield AFC against the decision of the Gwent County Football Association, to find the charge of Misconduct against the Club, causing the Gwent County FA Senior Cup 1st Round match between Abertillery Bluebirds v Marshfield played 5th December 2015 to be abandoned, proven and to impose a fine of £250.00 and to be struck out of the Competition.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision to strike out Marshfield AFC of the Gwent County FA Senior Cup and impose a fine of £250.00 to stand.


Charge: Mark Aizlewood of Carmarthen Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Premier League match, Carmarthen Town v Rhyl, played on 16th January 2016.

Decision: Mark Aizlewood received a three match touchline suspension and a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Jonathan Hood of Port Talbot Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged comment of an offensive or insulting or abusive language and/or likely to bring the game of Association Football into disrepute, which were posted on his Twitter account.

Decision: Jonathan Hood received a three match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 1st February 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by the South Wales Women’s & Girls League, against the decision of the South Wales Football Association (the Association), to uphold the Appeal by PILCS Ladies Football Club regarding the registration of two junior players.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the two junior players are allowed to register for PILCS LFC.


Charge: Carl Evans of Afan Lido Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Cup Round Three match, Afan Lido v Holywell Town played on 5th December 2015.     

Decision: Carl Evans received a one match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Stephen Lewis of Holywell Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Cup Round Three match, Afan Lido v Holywell Town played on 5th December 2015.       

Decision: Stephen Lewis received a one match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Mark Hughes of Prestatyn Sports Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for his alleged breach of his two match suspension during the Welsh Alliance League Cup match, Prestatyn Sports v Gaerwen played on 28th November 2015.

Decision: Mark Hughes received a three match touchline suspension and a fine of £90.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 20th January 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: The Welsh Alliance League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation or violations of the FAW Regulations in that the league appointed an assistant referee to the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Llanllyfni scheduled for 7th November 2015 and/or the Welsh Alliance Football League Division Two match, Pentraeth v Nantlle Vale played on 14th November 2015, whilst the said assistant referee was not qualified and/or in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’.

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: The Welsh Alliance League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation of the FAW Regulations in that the league appointed an assistant referee to the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Pentraeth v Nantlle Vale played on 14th November 2015 whilst the said assistant referee was not qualified and/or in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’. 

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: The Welsh Alliance Football League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation or violations of the FAW Regulations in that the league has appointed assistant referee’s to league fixtures in December 2015 in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’. 

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: Chris Herbert of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language whilst leaving the field of play at the half-time interval of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Cefn Druids played on 28th November 2015.        

Decision: Chris Herbert received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £225.00.


Charge: Chris Herbert of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language prior to the commencement of the second half of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Cefn Druids played on 28th November 2015.

Decision: Chris Herbert received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £225.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 20th January 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: The Welsh Alliance League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation or violations of the FAW Regulations in that the league appointed an assistant referee to the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Llanllyfni scheduled for 7th November 2015 and/or the Welsh Alliance Football League Division Two match, Pentraeth v Nantlle Vale played on 14th November 2015, whilst the said assistant referee was not qualified and/or in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’.

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: The Welsh Alliance League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation of the FAW Regulations in that the league appointed an assistant referee to the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Pentraeth v Nantlle Vale played on 14th November 2015 whilst the said assistant referee was not qualified and/or in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’. 

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: The Welsh Alliance Football League were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation or violations of the FAW Regulations in that the league has appointed assistant referee’s to league fixtures in December 2015 in contravention of the FAW’s ‘Referee/Assistant Referee Categories 2015/2016 Season’. 

Decision: The Welsh Alliance League should be warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: Chris Herbert of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language whilst leaving the field of play at the half-time interval of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Cefn Druids played on 28th November 2015.        

Decision: Chris Herbert received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £225.00.


Charge: Chris Herbert of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language prior to the commencement of the second half of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Cefn Druids played on 28th November 2015.

Decision: Chris Herbert received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £225.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 11th January 2016 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by CPD Penrhosgarnedd against the decision of the North Wales Coast Football Association, to find the charge of misconduct against Llion Ellis Manager of the Club’s under 16s team proven and to impose a £100.00 fine, from the fixture Penrhosgarnedd JFC (under 16s) v Llanberis JFC (under 16s) played on 26th September 2015.

Decision: The appeal was upheld.


Appeal: The appeal by Prestatyn Athletic Junior Football Club against the decision of the North Wales Coast Football Association, to find the charge of misconduct against the Club who were responsible for the behaviour of Ben Doige (Manager Prestatyn Athletic JFC), other unknown coaches and parents of the Club, by allegedly failing to adhere to the Welfare Policy of the NWCFA, proven and to impose a £300.00 fine, from the fixture Llannefydd JFC (U14) v Prestatyn Athletic JFC (U14) played on 10th October 2015.

Decision: The appeal was partially upheld, with the fine reduced to £150.00.


 

 

Appeal: The appeal by Mr C & Mrs S Lloyd against the decision of the North Wales Coast Football Association to refuse a junior player to register for CPD Penrhosgarnedd Junior Football Club for the 2015/2016 season.

Decision: The appeal was upheld and the junior player is now eligible to register for the Club.


A Football Association of Wales Appeals Panel met on Wednesday, 6th January 2016 to consider the following case with the below resolution:

Appeal: The appeal by Nana Baah, Manager of Caerau Ely Football Club, against the decision of a FAW Disciplinary Panel, who found the charge against Mr Baah proven and imposed a 2 match touchline suspension and a £150.00 fine.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed; with the decision to impose a 2 match touchline suspension and a fine of £150.00 to stand.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday, 30th December 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

A Claim of Wrongful Dismissal for the sending-off of Jamal Fyfield of Wrexham AFC, for serious foul play (S1) whilst participating in the National League Premier Division match, FC Halifax Town v Wrexham AFC played on 28th December 2015.

Decision: The Claim was successful and the standard three match punishment was withdrawn.


Charge: Kevin Thomas of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh National League Reserve & Colts division match, Flint Town United v Cefn Albion played on 21st November 2015.        

Decision: Kevin Thomas received a 2 match touchline suspension and a fine of £80.00.


Charge: Dave Moore of Glan Conwy Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the FAW Trophy match, Ruthin Town v Glan Conwy played on 21st November 2015.        

Decision: Dave Moore received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


 

Charge: Ray Edinborough of Chepstow Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Football League Division Two match, Chepstow Town v Pontardawe Town played on 31st October 2015.        

Decision: Ray Edinborough received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 21st December 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Caldicot Town Football Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, pursuant to the Football Association of Wales’ Non-Discrimination Regulations, for the alleged failure of its supporter(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language, including, without limitation, any racial or other discriminatory behaviour, conduct or language, whilst attending the Welsh Cup Round One match, RTB Ebbw Vale v Caldicot Town played on 2nd October 2015.

Decision: Caldicot Town FC received a fine of £750.00.


Charge: Caldicot Town Football Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.15, for the alleged throwing by its supporter(s) of missile(s), bottle(s) or other potentially harmful or dangerous object(s) (including, without limitation, at or on to the pitch or at any person on the pitch or elsewhere in the ground) whilst attending the Welsh Cup Round One match, RTB Ebbw Vale v Caldicot Town played on 2nd October 2015.

Decision: Caldicot Town FC received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Caldicot Town Football Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.14, for the alleged encroachment by its supporter(s) on to the pitch area whilst attending the Welsh Cup Round One match, RTB Ebbw Vale v Caldicot Town played on 2nd October 2015.

Decision: Caldicot Town FC were warned as to their future conduct.


Charge: Port Talbot Town Football Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged breach of FAW Rule 57.1, in that Port Talbot Town Football Club failed to lodge with the Football Association of Wales the ‘J5’ Adult Contract Registration form within the 5 days as stipulated.

Decision: Port Talbot Town FC received a fine of £180.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday, 14th December 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Rhuddlan Dragons Junior Football Club against the decision of the North Wales Coast Football Association to refuse the registration of one of their junior players.

Decision: The appeal was upheld and the player is allowed to register for the Junior Club.


 

Charge: Mereck Knight of Glan Conwy Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged misconduct towards the match referee following the conclusion of the FAW Trophy match, Ruthin Town v Glan Conwy played on 21st November 2015.

Decision: Mereck Knight received a 5 match suspension and a fine of £100.00.


 

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday, 10th December 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Camford Sports Football Club, against the decision of the West Wales Football Association to deduct 1 point from the Club’s under 16s team and fine the Club £50.00, in the match between Llandovery Junior under 16s v Camford Sports under 16s, played on the 10th October 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the Club shall have 1 point deducted from their League Record for the 2015/2016 season and fined £50.00.


 

Charge: Shaun Fackrell of Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for your alleged improper conduct during the Welsh Football League Division One match, Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC v Aberbargoed Buds played on 26th September 2015.

Decision: Shaun Fackrell received a 2 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


 

Charge: Nicholas Mooney of Garden Village Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for your alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Youth Division match, Garden Village v Aberdare Town played on 19th October 2015.

Decision: Nicholas Mooney received a warning as to his future conduct.


 

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday, 8th December 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Llangynwyd Rangers BGC Football Club, against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to find the charge of misconduct against Nikolai Puleio under FAW Rule 38.1.9 and the SWFA Rule 9 “acting in a manner likely to bring the game into disrepute” proven, and to impose a 6 match touchline suspension along with a fine of £80.00.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and Nikolai Puleio must serve a 6 match touchline suspension and fined £80.00.


Charge: Christian McConnell of Caldicot Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged misconduct towards the match referee following his sending-off during the Welsh Football League Reserve Division East match, Caldicot Town v Panteg played on 10th October 2015.

Decision: Christian McConnell received an 8 match suspension and a fine of £75.00.


Charge: Saltney Town Futsal Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.6, in that the Club allegedly allowed Lee Phelan, who at the time was under a three match TOUCHLINE SUSPENSION, to perform duties from which he had been suspended during the FAW Futsal League match, Cardiff University v Saltney Town played on 4th October 2015.

Decision: Saltney Town Futsal Club received a fine of £120.00


Charge: Saltney Town Futsal Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.13, for the alleged failure of its player to conduct himself in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language whilst attending the FAW Futsal League match, Llandarcy v Saltney Town played on 4th October 2015.

Decision: Saltney Town Futsal Club received a fine of £150.00.


Charge: Lee Phelan of Saltney Town Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for his alleged breach of the three match TOUCHLINE SUSPENSION imposed on you by a FAW Disciplinary Panel held on 24th April 2015 (Reference: E4946) during the FAW Futsal League match, Cardiff University v Saltney Town played on 4th October 2015.

Decision: Lee Phelan received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £90.00.


Charge: Lee Phelan of Saltney Town Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for his alleged breach of the three match TOUCHLINE SUSPENSION imposed on you by a FAW Disciplinary Panel held on 24th April 2015 (Reference: E4946) during the FAW Futsal League match, Llandarcy v Saltney Town played on 4th October 2015.

Decision: Lee Phelan received a 4 match suspension and a fine of £100.00.


Charge: Lee Phelan of Saltney Town Futsal Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged act of violence towards an opposing player during the FAW Futsal League match, Llandarcy v Saltney Town played on 4th October 2015.    

Decision: Lee Phelan received a 6 match suspension and a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday 23d November 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Padarn United Football Club, against the decision of the Central Wales Football Association and the Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League, in that the Club played an ineligible player, Andrew Evans, in their fixture Aberdovey v Padarn United played on 29th August 2015.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the Club had three points deducted from their League record and a fine of £50.00.


 

Charge: Chris Herbert of Flint Town United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Flint Town United v Gresford Athletic played on 7th October 2015.  

 Decision: Chris Herbert received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £150.00.


 

Charge: Jonathan Garcia of Carmarthen Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct during the Welsh Premier Development League match, Cardiff Met v Carmarthen Town played on 1st November 2015.

Decision: Jonathan Garcia received a 2 match touchline suspension and a fine of £60.00.


 

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Monday 2nd November 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: David Parry of Llanllyfni Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged misconduct towards the assistant referee following his sending-off during the Welsh Alliance League Division Two match, Llannerchymedd v Llanllyfni played on 3rd October 2015.

Decision: David Parry received an 8 match suspension and a fine of £200.00.


 

Charge: Ashley Park of Cardiff Corinthians Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the Welsh Football League Division Three match, Pontypridd Town v Cardiff Corinthians played on 26th September 2015.

Decision: Ashley Park received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £100.00.


 

Charge: Matthew Rowley of Tata Steel Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged offensive comment, following his sending-off, during the Welsh Football League Reserve Division West match, Penybont v Tata Steel played on 10th October 2015.

Decision: Matthew Rowley received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


 

Charge: Robert James of Llanwern Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Welsh Football League Division Two match, Undy Athletic v Llanwern played on 26th September 2015.

Decision: The charge against Robert James was found not proven.


 

Charge: Spencer Matthews of Abergavenny Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged offensive or insulting comment following the conclusion of the FAW Youth Cup match, Abergavenny Town v Bridgend Street played on 13th September 2015.

Decision: The charge against Spencer Matthews was found not proven.


Charge: Nathan Mason of Abergavenny Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for your alleged improper conduct following the conclusion of the FAW Youth Cup match, Abergavenny Town v Bridgend Street played on 13th September 2015.

Decision: The charge against Nathan Mason was found not proven.


 

Charge: Damian Allen of Bangor City Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged misconduct and/or alleged improper comment(s) towards the match referee following the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League match, Haverfordwest County v Bangor City played on 10th October 2015.

Decision: Damian Allen received a 1 match suspension and a fine of £120.00.


 

Charge: Ashley Andrews of Denbigh Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language, after having been sent-off, during the FAW Youth Cup match, Denbigh Town v Caernarfon Town played on 11th October 2015.

Decision: Ashley Andrews received a 3 match suspension and a fine of £75.00.


 

Charge: Simon Hulse of Denbigh Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged aggressive conduct towards the match referee during the FAW Youth Cup match, Denbigh Town v Caernarfon Town played on 11th October 2015.

Decision: Simon Hulse received a 4 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


 

A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday 21st October 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Newtown White Stars Junior Football Club, against the decision of the Central Wales Football Association, to not allow the registration of two of their junior players.

Decision: The appeal was upheld and both players were allowed to register for the club.


Charge: STM Sports Football Club were charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.6, in that the Club allegedly allowed Rhodri Morgan to perform duties from which he was suspended following his Touchline Suspension.

Decision: The Club received an £80.00 fine.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday 15th October 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Appeal: The appeal by Cadoxton Imps Football Club, against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to not allow the registration of one of their junior players.

Decision: The appeal was dismissed and the decision of the South Wales Football Association will stand.


Appeal: The appeal by Caerleon Junior Youth Football Club, against the decision of the South Wales Football Association, to not allow the registration of one of their junior players.

Decision: The original decision of the South Wales Football Association was withdrawn and the player was allowed to register for Caerleon Junior Youth Football Club.


Charge: Peter Lloyd of Llanrwst United Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the FAW Welsh Trophy match, Llanrwst United v Y Felinheli played on 19th September 2015.

Decision: Peter Lloyd received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Philip Staley of Colwyn Bay Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct during the FA Cup match, Workington v Colwyn Bay played on 12th September 2015.

Decision: Philip Staley received a 1 match touchline suspension and a fine of £120.00.


Charge: Ashley Hoskin of Colwyn Bay Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the FA Cup match, Workington v Colwyn Bay played on 12th September 2015.

Decision: Ashley Hoskin received a 3 match touchline suspension and a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday 29th September 2015 to consider the following case with the below resolution:

Charge: Mark Brown of Lex Glyndwr Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged act of violent conduct towards an opponent following the conclusion of the Welsh Cup Round Two match, Lex Glyndwr v Ruthin Town played on 12th September 2015.

Decision: Mark Brown received a 4 match suspension as well as a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Wednesday 23rd September 2015 to consider the following case with the below resolution:

Appeal: Pencoed BGC Football Club appealed against the decision of the South Wales Football Association to not allow the registration of a junior player for the Clubs under 14s team.

Decision: The Appeal was upheld and the player is allowed to register for Pencoed BGC FC’s under 14s team.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday 22nd September 2015 to consider the following case with the below resolution:

Charge: Dale Rees of Briton Ferry Llansawel Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged misconduct towards the assistant referee during the Welsh Football League Division One match, Briton Ferry Llansawel v Penybont played on 29th August 2015.

Decision: Dale Rees is to be suspended with immediate effect from all football related activity up to and including 31st December 2016 and was fined £250.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Thursday 17th September 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Russell Cadwallader of Welshpool Town Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged improper conduct and/or use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following the conclusion of the Mid Wales League Division One match, Carno v Welshpool Town played on 19th August 2015.

Decision: Russell Cadwallader received a written warning as to his future conduct.


Claim: The Claim of Wrongful Dismissal for the sending-off of George Horan of Gap Connahs Quay Nomads Football Club, for serious foul play, whilst participating in the Welsh Premier League match, Bala Town v Gap Connahs Quay played on 11th September 2015.

Decision: The claim was rejected and George Horan must serve the standard 3 match suspension.


Charge: Richard Williams-Cooke of Gresford Athletic Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged improper conduct and/or use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Huws Gray Alliance League match, Denbigh Town v Gresford Athletic played on 1st September 2015.

Decision: Richard Williams-Cooke received a 3 match touchline suspension as well as a fine of £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Friday 11th September 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Joel Roberts of Llay Miners Welfare Football Club was charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, pursuant to the ‘Regulations Governing Assaults on Match Officials’, for his alleged misconduct towards the match referee following his sending-off during the Welsh Cup 1st Qualifying Round match, Llangollen Town v Llay Miners Welfare played on 22nd August 2015.

Joel Roberts of Llay Miners Welfare of Llay Miners Welfare Football Club received a second charge from the same match with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged improper conduct and/or his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language following his sending-off from the above mentioned match.

Decision: In total, Joel Roberts received a 5 match suspension and was fined £150.00.


A Football Association of Wales Disciplinary Panel met on Tuesday 1st September 2015 to consider the following cases with the below resolutions:

Charge: Aberaeron Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 258 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Wrexham Ladies Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 70 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £250.00.


Charge: AFC Brynford were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 154 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £125.00.


Charge: Swansea City Ladies Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 56 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £200.00.


Charge: Barmouth & Dyffryn United Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 182 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Pwllheli Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 184 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Four Crosses Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 346 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £275.00.


Charge: Llandudno Junction Ladies Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 40 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £75.00.


Charge: Rhoose Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 350 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £125.00.


Charge: Kerry Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 146 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £225.00.


Charge: Knighton Town Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 132 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Point of Ayr Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 206 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £275.00.


Charge: Glan Conwy Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 206 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £175.00.


Charge: Gaerwen Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 332 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £275.00.


Charge: Amlwch Town Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 234 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £175.00.


Charge: FC Queens Park were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 268 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £325.00.


Charge: Taffs Well Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 370 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £200.00.


Charge: West End Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 348 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £250.00.


Charge: Rhyl Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 410 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Denbigh Town Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 358 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £175.00.


Charge: Newcastle Emlyn Ladies Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 56 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £200.00.


Charge: Rhydymwyn Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 340 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Cardiff Corinthians Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 340 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Penrhiwceiber Rangers Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 328 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £200.00.


Charge: Pontardawe Town Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 332 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Afan Lido Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 408 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £275.00.


Charge: AFC Llwydcoed were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 280 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Caerau Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 420 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £250.00.


Charge: Meliden Football Club were charged, pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 220 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: FC Nomads were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 230 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Lliswerry Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 368 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £175.00.


Charge: Llay Welfare Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 238 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Bettws Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 330 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £100.00.


Charge: Newbridge-on-Wye Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 130 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Llansantffraid Village Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 268 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Machynlleth Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 270 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £125.00.


Charge: Garden Village Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 344 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £150.00.


Charge: Mold Alexandra Football Club were charged pursuant to Clause 7 of the 2014/2015 Disciplinary Procedures Concerning Field Offences, with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.1, for the alleged violation by its players of the Laws of the Game which resulted in the Club’s accumulation of a total of 370 Penalty Points during the 2014/2015 Season.

Decision: The Club have been fined £200.00.