Bala Town FC have won the JD Welsh Cup in a shock 2-1 victory over The New Saints this afternoon.
After a goalless first half in which Bala goalkeeper Ashley Morris made a number of great saves to keep his side in the game, a Draper goal sent TNS ahead with
The New Saints and Bala Town will set out to make respective club history on Sunday afternoon as they meet in the 130th JD Welsh Cup final.
The final is billed as one of the biggest in recent years, as two of Welsh football's strongest sides teams will battle it out
Champions Barry Town United finished their season in style as they thrashed Ton Pentre 6-0 at Jenner Park.
A hat-trick from Drew Fahiya, a goal from TJ Nagi, an own goal and a Jordan Cotterill goal helped Barry to a comfortable win over Ton Pentre.
It means Barry Town United finish the
With a league cup final tomorrow, Caernarfon fans - or the Cofi Army as they are sometimes known - are gearing up for their final chance to cheer on Iwan Williams' side this season.
Although Caernarfon's season could end with silverware, it has been a season of contrasting emotions. A league
Aden Shannon says his side aren't just there for the occasion and instead are looking to glory in the Huws Gray Alliance Cup final.
Shannon is looking forward to being in the Huws Gray Cup for a second year and wants his side to win it this time around after losing to
Briton Ferry Llansawel manager Carl Shaw says that he is aiming to keep his side together after earning promotion away at Cwmamman United last weekend.
Some managers opt to choose to bring in a new set of players after promotion to deal with the league but Shaw has said that he
The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says previous meetings will count for nothing when his side lock horns with Bala Town in the final of the JD Welsh Cup on Sunday.
The record-breaking champions take on Colin Caton’s side just over a week after meeting on the final day of the
Barry Town United have rightfully picked up plenty of the plaudits in recent weeks since their rise into the Welsh Premier League, but they are by no means the only fallen giant in Welsh football to have regained their footing.
Llanelli, who were exiled from the Welsh League alongside the Jenner
After a season of highs and lows, Caernarfon Town have chance to end 2016/17 with a trophy when they face Flint Town United in the Huws Gray Cup on Saturday afternoon.
The Cofis will have reason to be confident as they are the reigning Huws Gray Cup champions - but will
Conwy Borough have announced that manager Brian Pritchard is to leave the club following their relegation to the Welsh Alliance League.
Pritchard was appointed as manager in November, replacing Will Ryder but unfortunately for Conwy, Pritchard was unable to keep the Tangerines in the Huws Gray Alliance.
The Conwy Borough board released