Four confirm their future at Rhyl FC

Rhyl FC have tonight announced a quarter of contract extensions with James Bell, Toby Jones, Alex Jones and James Jones all signing as Lilywhites for the 2017/18 season.  The news comes as a boost to the Dafabet Welsh Premier League club who are currently locked in a fierce relegation battle. Midfielder James

Welsh Cup Focus: Can Nomads find a way past TNS?

The New Saints will arrive at the Bangor University Stadium with reason to be confident ahead of their JD Welsh Cup semi final against gap Connah's Quay Nomads. They are world record holders for consecutive amount of games won in football, already the Dafabet WPL and Nathaniel MG Cup champions -

Returning Wellington one of three in at Goytre United, Williams joins Ferry

Tomas Wellington has sealed a return to Welsh League Division One outfit Goytre United, with the club also confirming deals for experienced striker Jason Bertorelli and full-back Cai Owens. However, young midfielder Keiran Williams has left Glenhafod Park to join Division Two high-fliers Briton Ferry Llansawel. Wellington returns to United just over

THREE reasons why Caernarfon can cause cup upset

Caernarfon Town are the only team outside the top fight in the Welsh Cup meaning that come Saturday, there could be a cupset on the cards at Rhyl's Belle Vue Stadium. The FAW have explained that Caernarfon's only entry to the Europa League will be through winning the cup so this

Match Review: Pencoed Athletic v Bettws

On a miserable night at Velindre Road, Pencoed defeated Bettws with a resounding 4-0 victory. The hosts started the game on the front foot with their slick passing game in stark contrast to the defensive set up from bottom club Bettws. Athletic created 2 early chances but it was third time lucky as they

Match Review: Albion Rovers v Cwmbran Town

Five star Albion Rovers put Cwmbran to the sword at Kimberley Park on Tuesday evening.  On a difficult surface the hosts started brightly and almost took the lead after 2 minutes,  Luke Cueto seeing his shot by the feet of visiting custodian Chris Pike. Rovers continued to threaten and took the lead in the 8th minute,