The former chief scout of Connah's Quay Nomads has joined Welsh National League Division One title chasers Brymbo FC.
Garnett, who joins Brymbo as they look for promotion back to the third tier Premier Division after relegation in the summer, will join up with manager Phil Hudson and ex-TNS man Tommy
In Division Three of the Welsh Football League there have been a number of surprisingly pace setters early in the season. Trefelin Boys and Girls Club and Tredegar Town – both clubs that struggled last season – sit first and second respectively, with newly promoted Swansea University hot on their
The Old Gold have picked up just four points from a possible 39 so far this season and it is important they start picking up points and fast, starting with a win over relegation rivals Prestatyn Town on Saturday afternoon. 20939
Under the floodlights of Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff Metropolitan ran out 1-0 victors against a stern Newtown side to progress to the final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
From the outset of the match, possession was mixed with the majority being in the centre of the park as both sides battled it
Cardiff Metropolitan University and Newtown meet again this evening as the two sides come together to compete for a place in the Nathaniel MG Cup final.
It is the first semi-final to take place, as either the Archers or the Robins will play the Connah's Quay Nomads or The New Saints.
An evening kick off graced the Cyncoed Campus this Wednesday as Cardiff Metropolitan University faced Newtown AFC in the semi-final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
A place in the final beckoned for either side that could take advantage, with either The New Saints or Connah's Quay Nomads awaiting them, with the fixture being
South Wales Alliance Premier Division
Canton Liberal made light work of Brecon Corries as they created many chances and finished three of them off to cap a comfortable victory which sees them climb to fourth in the table.
Canton Liberal spent the majority of the opening 10 minutes in Brecon Corries half,
Cardiff Draconians kept their stronghold of the second spot in the Premier Division as they came from behind to claim victory over fellow Cardiff side Grange Albion who were reduced to ten men.
The win kept the Draconians five-game unbeaten intact in the South Wales Alliance, with their last defeat being
AFC Porth’s wretched start to the season continued as they were narrowly beaten by Pontardawe Town in a feisty encounter at Dinas Park that saw the home side finish the match with nine men.
In new manager, Ryan Betteney’s first official game in charge the Black Dragons produced a spirited display,
Welsh football could be set for an overhaul as the Football Association of Wales have pondered the idea of a possible restructuring of the pyramid system.
The Welsh Football League and the Cymru Alliance would be the most affected, which could bring an end to the Mid Wales League, should the