⏲️ Flint keep the ball for an average of 20 minutes per match, some 6⃣ minutes less than tonight's opponents @CefnDruids Druids make an average of 429 passes per match this season. Only @CardiffMetFC and @tnsfc average more. _______ #JDCymruPremier | #DRUFTU
Uchafbwyntiau | Highlights Y Bala 2-1 Derwyddon Cefn Cymru Premier JD.
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