Panteg A.F.C.

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Panteg AFC is a Welsh football club located in Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, South Wales. The club was founded in 1935 and currently runs two senior teams and one youth team at its home ground, Panteg House Sportsgrounds. The club plays in the Ardal Leagues South East, tier 3 of the Welsh football pyramid.

Panteg AFC
Full namePanteg Association Football Club
Nickname(s)The Black & Whites
Founded1935; 85 years ago (1935)
GroundTy Isaf Park[1]
ChairmanTony Dronfield
ManagerGareth Wilmott
LeagueArdal Leagues South East
2018–19Welsh Football League Division Three, 8th (of 16)

HistoryEdit

Panteg AFC was formed in 1935 under the name Baldwins Panteg (which became RTB Panteg in 1947 following the war), then Panteg in 1969 as a team representing the local Richard Thomas and Baldwin Steelworks (previously Baldwin Steelworks), playing home games at the RTB Sportsground, but in 1981 the grounds were sold to make way for a major road development. The club then relocated half a mile away to Panteg House Club & Sportsgrounds, where they’ve been ever since, although the team have currently relocated to Ty Isaf Park in Risca whilst their home ground is upgraded.

The team played in the Gwent County League since the 1999–2000 season, following relegation from The Welsh League but have now been promoted back into Welsh League following the 2013–14 season.

Colours and badgeEdit

Panteg AFC's colours are black and white striped shirts, black shorts and black socks. The second strip is all maroon.

The Panteg AFC badge features a Phoenix and a shield featuring the letters "PAFC"

Home groundEdit

Panteg AFC play their home matches at Panteg House Sportsgrounds. The grounds house the main clubhouse and sports fields of the numerous sports and social clubs based within the grounds.

CommitteeEdit

Secretary Phil Evans
Treasurer Phil Evans
1st Manager Mark Taylor
1st Manager Steve Rogers
Reserves Manager Peter Page
Reserves Manager Simon Edwards
Manager Paul Jones
Manager Blair Harris
General Committee Paul Brown
General Committee Tom Wise
General Committee Niall James

Senior squad 2018–19 (provisional)Edit

GOALKEEPERS DEFENDERS MIDFIELDERS ATTACKERS
James Aurelius Paul Brown Michael Passmore Jon Butcher
Dan Wise Ashley Johnson Alex Probert Luke Dyke
Ben Fletcher Christian Dunne Macauley James Scott Taylor
Tom McMahon Niall James Ben Walker
Kirk Hicks Tom Hodge Lewis Iles
Rhys Williams Lloyd Davies Ashley Jayne
Luke Jones Jordan Ryan Alex Berrow
Billie Mayers Tom Wise Liam Routley
Adam Shalaby Simon Edwards Luke Edgell
Jon Williams Aaron Harris Chris White
Gareth Senior Morgan Pugh Scott Taylor
Alex Lewis Carl Evans
Liam Screen
Ben Parfitt

League positions in previous seasonsEdit

Season League Pld W D L F A Pts Pos'n
1935/36 Usk & District 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1936/37 Usk & District 1 13 5 2 6 ? ? 12 5/8 ( 1 )
1937/38 DID NOT ENTER
1938/39 Usk & District 1 12 7 1 4 ? ? 15 2/7
1939–1947 WW2 (no competitions)
1947/48 Mon Senior ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1948/49 Welsh League 2 East 38 19 7 12 117 75 45 8/20 ( 2 )
1949/50 Welsh League 2 East 36 15 11 10 80 63 40 11/19
1950/51 Welsh League 2 East 34 10 7 17 63 80 27 12/18
1951/52 Welsh League 2 East 36 14 11 11 93 78 39 8/19
1952/53 Welsh League 2 East 36 18 7 11 110 93 43 7/19
1953/54 Welsh League 2 East 38 18 3 17 117 97 39 11/20
1954/55 Welsh League 2 East 36 15 5 16 101 88 35 10/19
1955/56 Welsh League 2 East 34 11 7 16 77 93 29 13/18
1956/57 Welsh League 2 East 34 10 5 19 77 95 25 14/18
1957/58 Welsh League 2 East 32 4 6 22 44 95 14 17/17
1958/59 Welsh League 2 East 34 8 6 20 80 128 22 15/18
1959/60 Welsh League 2 East 32 2 5 25 46 108 9 17/17
1960/61 Welsh League 2 East 34 10 5 19 68 104 25 14/18
1961/62 Welsh League 2 East 30 11 7 12 70 63 29 9/16
1962/63 Welsh League 2 East 30 17 6 7 73 52 40 5/16
1963/64 Welsh League 2 East 30 10 6 14 63 86 26 9/16
1964/65 Welsh League 2 30 11 6 13 67 70 28 8/16
1965/66 Welsh League 2 30 12 7 11 64 64 31 8/16
1966/67 Welsh League 2 32 20 3 9 69 51 43 5/17
1967/68 Welsh League 2 32 22 5 5 78 36 49 2/17
1968/69 Welsh League 1 34 12 7 15 48 46 31 11/18
1969/70 Welsh League 1 32 9 6 17 45 72 24 12/17 ( 3 )
1970/71 Welsh League 1 34 12 5 17 69 71 29 12/18
1971/72 Welsh League 1 34 11 5 18 52 67 27 14/18
1972/73 Welsh League 1 34 19 8 7 67 40 46 4/18
1973/74 Welsh League 1 34 6 9 19 40 70 21 18/18
1974/75 Welsh League 2 34 8 7 19 42 72 23 16/18
1975/76 Welsh League 2 34 5 9 20 24 71 19 16/18
1976/77 Welsh League 2 34 2 9 23 39 94 13 18/18
1977/78 Welsh League 2 38 7 8 23 48 83 22 18/20
1978/79 Welsh League 2 38 9 7 22 67 92 25 16/20
1979/80 Welsh League 2 38 7 7 24 44 112 21 16/20
1980/81 Welsh League 2 38 11 11 16 55 74 33 12/20
1981/82 Welsh League 2 32 8 5 19 44 68 29 13/17
1982/83 Welsh League 2 32 9 9 14 45 60 36 10/17
1983/84 Welsh League 1 36 9 9 18 40 64 36 13/19
1984/85 Welsh League 1 32 4 4 24 46 95 16 17/17
1985/86 Welsh League 1 30 10 6 14 46 49 36 11/16
1986/87 Welsh League 1 34 23 2 9 77 44 71 2/18
1987/88 Welsh League Prem 34 12 6 16 52 61 42 11/18
1988/89 Welsh League Prem 34 15 10 9 64 49 55 5/18
1989/90 Welsh League Prem 34 12 5 17 60 76 41 11/18
1990/91 Welsh League 1 32 8 7 17 37 62 31 16/17
1991/92 Welsh League 2 32 8 5 19 37 63 29 13/17
1992/93 Welsh League 3 26 10 8 8 44 39 38 6/14
1993/94 Welsh League 3 26 3 8 15 34 67 17 13/14
1994/95 Welsh League 3 30 7 10 13 43 62 31 12/16
1995/96 Welsh League 3 28 8 6 14 48 58 30 11/15
1996/97 Welsh League 3 30 10 7 13 44 53 37 8/16
1997/98 Welsh League 3 30 9 2 19 38 71 29 14/16
1998/99 Welsh League 3 32 5 6 21 38 96 21 16/17
1999/2000 Gwent County 1 30 8 8 14 43 68 32 12/16
2000/10 Gwent County 1 30 13 6 11 66 53 45 6/16
2001/02 Gwent County 1 30 9 8 13 55 65 35 16/16
2002/03 Gwent County 1 30 11 7 12 59 57 40 9/16
2003/04 Gwent County 1 26 8 3 15 39 60 27 10/14
2004/05 Gwent County 1 26 8 8 10 41 43 32 9/14
2005/06 Gwent County 1 28 8 6 14 43 55 30 11/15
2006/07 Gwent County 1 28 5 10 13 41 66 25 13/15
2007/08 Gwent County 1 28 5 3 20 39 70 18 15/15
2008/09 Gwent County 2 26 15 4 7 68 42 49 3/14
2009/10 Gwent County 2 26 16 4 6 70 47 52 3/14
2010/11 Gwent County 2 26 12 8 6 76 42 44 5/14
2011/12 Gwent County 2 30 22 7 1 119 37 73 2/16
2012/13 Gwent County 1 28 11 8 9 78 59 41 7/16
2013/14 Gwent County 1 30 18 7 5 79 39 61 2/16
2014/15 Welsh League 3 34 11 6 17 52 71 39 11/18
2015/16 Welsh League 3 34 17 6 11 88 67 57 7/18
2016/17 Welsh League 3 30 15 1 14 67 63 46 6/16
2017/18 Welsh League 3 30 11 5 14 59 70 38 9/16

( 1 ) as Baldwins Panteg (a team named Panteg played this season only, and finished 8/8 in the division) ( 2 ) as RTB Panteg ( 3 ) changed name from RTB Panteg to Panteg

Most appearancesEdit

As of end of 2017–18 season
Player Appearances Goals
1 David Gabbidon 695 27
2 Mostyn Lewis 630 6
3 Carl Bond 562 28
4 Paul Thomas 505 155
5 Andrew Moreton 482 74
6 Nick Gwilliam 474 69
7 Lee Gwilliam 421 298
8 Adrian Aurelius 385 33
9 Nigel Aurelius 362 5
10 Tony Dronfield 360 40
11 Jon Owen 353 29
12 Paul Wilkins 339 8
13 Paul Scriven 318 20
14 Lee Morris 296 82
15 Lee Williams 295 31
16 Billie Mayers (still playing) 284 17
17 Phil Evans 280 40
18 Jon Butcher (still playing) 279 232
19 Tom Wise (still playing) 264 97
20 Mark Eaves 243 17

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jones, Jordan. "Seven clubs granted Tier Three Certificate on appeal". Y Clwb Pel-Droed. Retrieved 30 July 2020.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 51°36′14″N 3°5′22.1″W / 51.60389°N 3.089472°W / 51.60389; -3.089472