Preseason, of course, is not about the results but South Wales Alliance Division 2 side St Albans will no doubt gain a momentum boost in beating Welsh League Ynysygerwn 2-1 on Tuesday night.
The ‘Buns’ have had a hectic preseason schedule, with new manager Simon Croker assessing his options, and the
In 2009 Neuadd Wen were formed from a group of players largely playing reserve team football for Welsh League Aberbargoed.
After eight successful seasons their ninth now sees the side competing in the Welsh League themselves.
The side, based in the same valleys town as the more well-established Buds, started in
Welsh League new boys Pontyclun are aiming to continue from where they left off last season and hit the ground running when they start off in Division Three of the Welsh League this August.
The Ivor Park team are likely to be the best supported club in the league too, with
Cardiff Met took the Welsh Premier by storm last season, missing out on Europe in the final game. Now Swansea University are in the Welsh League and looking to follow the path trodden by The Archers.
Like many university sides, the club has struggled at the beginning and ends of the
Gwent County Division One side Blaenavon Blues have been dealt a pre-season blow as manager Ryan Durham has been forced to resign as First Team Manager.
Durham, who has seen his team beat Upper Cwmbran FC 2-1 in their first pre-season friendly, is recovering from a serious knee injury sustained in
When Nicki Maggs took over at Ynysygerwn he had a plan to get the Neath League club up through the divisions and into the Welsh League.
Without question there were some raised eyebrows locally, but Maggs took the club through the divisions faster than anyone could have expected.
Having got there, he
Venture across Tremorfa Park in east Cardiff and you’ll come across the St Albans sports club. Probably better known in the community for its rugby exploits, the football side of the operation is now looking to build on a strong base and seek promotion through the South Wales Alliance.
Splott-based Bridgend Street go in search of their great honour this evening, as they take on Llanelli in the final of the Welsh League Cup.
Having already performed one miracle semi-final comeback to take the tie to extra-time, nine-man Street looked dead-and-buried at 5-4 down to Haverfordwest County at the clock
With just a matter of weeks to go in the season, four clubs are battling it out at the bottom of Division Three to maintain their Welsh League status.
Falling out of the Welsh Leagues involves dropping down into local leagues that are increasingly competitive and tough to achieve promotion from.
The promotion race in Welsh League Three came to an end last Wednesday, as Caerau’s defeat guaranteed STM Sports and Llantwit Major would be playing in League Two next season.
While both teams will look to win the title, there has been a chance to reflect on a job well done