Date Published: Saturday, 28th December, 2019 - 10:10am by Nik Mesney

In this feature article, we take a look back at The Nomads' last five trips to The Airfield ahead of Monday night's JD Cymru Premier clash.

Airbus 0-2 The Nomads
24th Oct 2017
Our most recent trip to Broughton saw a 2-0 victory in the Nathaniel MG Cup back in the 2017/18 campaign where goals from Callum Morris and Michael Wilde saw a much-changed Nomads lineup progress to the next round of the competition.

Airbus 0-3 The Nomads
26th Dec 2016
A brace from Sgorio's recently-named Player of the Decade, Les Davies along with a Matty Williams goal gave The Nomads all three points in this festive fixture. Three second-half goals were enough to see The Nomads take all three points after an extremely windy first half had hampered any attempts at controlled possession by either side.

Airbus 0-1 The Nomads
20th Feb 2016
Nathan Woolfe scored his first goal for the club in this fixture as his half-volley was enough to secure the three points on another windy day at Broughton.

Airbus 3-2 The Nomads
1st Jan 2016
An end-to-end game, and Andy Morrison's first return to Airbus since being appointed as The Nomads manager just a few months earlier. Prior to joining The Nomads later that summer, Ian Kearney opened the scoring with a close range finish. The Nomads went on to take the lead through goals from Robbie Parry and a Paul Linwood header before James Murphy equalised in the 83rd minute. Andy six minuted later, Tony Gray scored a late winner for the Wingmakers.

Airbus 4-0 The Nomads
26th Dec 2014
A tough day at The Airfield for The Nomads as Airbus ran out 4-0 victors in one of the few games that managed to go ahead despite poor weather conditions throughout Wales on the day. Goals from Glenn Rule, Andy Jones, Jordan Barrow and a Tom Field penalty confirmed a miserable day for Mark McGregor's men.

Don't forget that The Nomads travel to Airbus on Monday evening for the second part of our festive double-header for a 7:45pm kick off that will be covered, as always on our social media channels.

Callum Morris and Wez Baynes battle for the ball at the Airfield | © NCM Media