RECAP: Cardiff Metropolitan University vs Barry Town United

Barry Town United and Cardiff Metropolitan University lock horns for the second time in the week in the final game of the year in the Welsh Premier League.  The Linnets will be feeling the most confident after registering a narrow victory over the Archers on Tuesday, as defender Luke Cooper scored

UEFA Pro Licence holder Kevin Nicholson opens up on his experiences in the Welsh Premier League

In May of last year, Europa League play-off winners Bangor City were on the lookout for a new manager at Nantporth. Step forward the former Derby County, Exeter City and Cardiff City coach and one of the youngest ever coaches to earn the UEFA Pro Licence, Kevin Nicholson. The 31-year-old was tasked

Caernarfon Town boss Sean Eardley strengths side with first signing Kevin Lloyd

Caernarfon Town who already sit atop the Cymru Alliance, have made their first signing under manager Sean Eardley by re-signing centre-forward Kevin Lloyd from Conwy Borough of the third tier Welsh Alliance Division One. BREAKING NEWS! Eards makes Kev Lloyd his first Cofi signing https://t.co/rqpaTlfuXH pic.twitter.com/J3vc5ie1OF — Caernarfon Town FC (@CaernarfonTown) December 28,

The story of the season so far in the Welsh National League Division One

As we rapidly approach 2018, undefeated Brymbo sit comfortably atop the table, looking to be in good shape to bounce back to the Welsh National League (WNL) Premier Division they found themselves relegated from last year.  Although Brymbo's success was to some extent predictable heading into the seasons beginning all the

MATCH REPORT: Barry Town United 1-0 Cardiff Metropolitan University – Barry Town United edge victory over depleted Met

Barry Town United moved into the top six of the Welsh Premier League after recording a narrow victory over their South Wales rivals, Cardiff Metropolitan University. Luke Cooper's early strike continues the Linnets good run of form, where they've not tasted defeat in their last four matches, whilst Met are still