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
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,
The Welsh Cup returns this weekend with the second round proper fixtures to be played on Saturday afternoon.
Although the Welsh Premier League clubs do not enter the competition until the third round, there are still plenty of fixtures to look forward to. We take a look at every tie
At the most southern tip of the Rhymney Valley sits the historic town of Caerphilly. Most famous for the massive Norman castle (the second largest castle in Britain) in the town’s centre and the eponymous cheese, Caerphilly, until recent times, barely surfaced on the Welsh football map.
In the past decade
Pontypridd Town moved up to second in Welsh Football League Division Two with a 2-1 win away to fellow high-flyers Risca United in torrential and blustery conditions at the Centre for Sporting Excellence (CSE) in Ystrad Mynach.
Second-half goals from Danny Hooper and Luke Gullick were enough to give The Dragons
Cambrian & Clydach Vale piled further misery on local rivals Ton Pentre with a dominant 5-1 win in the Rhondda Derby at King George New Field on Friday night.
Storm Brian brought torrential downpour to Clydach Vale for practically the duration of this fixture, but arguably a bigger storm is brewing
The King George V New Field plays host to the first Rhondda Derby of the season between Cambrian & Clydach Vale and Ton Pentre on Friday Night.
The sides could not be in more contrasting form with Cambrian & Clydach Vale surging up the league table in recent weeks following
Cwmbran Celtic continued their recent upturn in form in the Welsh Football League with a hard-fought victory over Undy Athletic in a five-goal thriller at Celtic Park.
After a rocky start to the season, Celtic have now won four in a row night in league and cup. While Celtic remain 10th
Despite finishing 6th last season in their first campaign back in the Welsh Football League, there are a number of challenges facing Cwmbran Celtic this season, both on and off the field, as they try to ensure they remain a competitive club at this level.
This week Celtic player-manager Lee
Pontypridd Town came from behind to pull off an upset in the first round of the Welsh Cup with an extra-time win over Welsh Football League Division One side Cambrian & Clydach Vale at the USW Sports Park this weekend.
Craig Hughes brought his young Cambrian side to Pontypridd Town’s new