Penybont Rhys Griffiths

Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths has said that his team is capable of pulling off an upset against Cardiff Metropolitan University this afternoon. The former Llanelli Town striker who has won the competition as a player will be in the role of player-manager when high-flying Cardiff Metropolitan University arrives at the KYMCO

Bala Town sign former developmental Bolton Wanderers midfielder Hyuga Tanner

Colin Caton has added to his Bala Town side by signing central midfielder Hyuga Tanner on a free transfer, following his release from Bolton Wanderers. The 20-year-old can operate both a defensive midfielder, as well as an attacking midfielder, adding some spark into the centre of the pitch for the Lakesiders. Tanner

Challenger eager for more memories as Cwmbran Celtic make long trip to Deeside

Cwmbran Celtic boss Lee Challenger has called on his side to replicate their JD Welsh Cup run of 2016, as they travel to the Connah's Quay Nomads this weekend. Challenger who played as a defender in the Cup run, played in the clubs quarter-final defeat to Port Talbot Town, will now

Aberystwyth Town’s Park Avenue to host Nathaniel MG Cup Final

Aberystwyth Town's Park Avenue has been chosen as the venue for the Nathaniel MG Cup final between Cardiff Metropolitan University and The New Saints on the 20th January 2018. It's the first time since 2015 that the final has been held at Park Avenue, where Carmarthen Town reigned victorious over Bala

AFC Porth appoint Ton Pentre Youth manager Ryan Betteney as new boss

AFC Porth have promoted captain Ryan Betteney to First Team Manager after club stalwart Stuart Brock stood down from the role.  It comes after Betteney left his post as Youth Team Manager at Division One side Ton Pentre after a successful period at the club. Betteney took his youthful Bulldogs side to

MATCH REPORT: Taffs Well 3-0 Monmouth Town – Late show from Wellmen as trio secure the points

Taffs Well recorded their first League win since the 30th September, as they beat a Kingfishers side without a win in seven.  The Wellmen, under the caretaker charge of Adie Harris following the departure of Lee Bridgeman, will have been relieved to have taken the three points, given their hard work

Has Lilywhites’ interim boss Mark Connolly done enough to be considered for role on permanent basis?

It’s been a month since a major change was made at Rhyl Football Club, with Niall McGuinness’ resignation and the appointment of club icon Mark Connolly as interim player/manager.  In that time, Connolly has overseen a resurgence from the Lilywhites having guided them to three straight wins, progression to the Huws