Some would argue being a football manager is one of the most pressuring jobs in any industry right now. Trefelin's Richie Ryan would not be one of them, after he was awarded Manager of the Month for September along with his club Trefelin, who won FAW Club of the Month.
Newtown defender Craig Williams and Swansea City Ladies' Alicia Powe have been awarded the Clubman and Club Woman of the Year at the annual FAW awards.
In an award ceremony held at the Vale Resort, both Williams and Powe were recognised for their efforts for their clubs during the last
Ammanford head into this weekend second in Welsh Football League Division Two after a 1-0 victory over Dinas Powys, but Gruff Harrison believes the club face their toughest test yet in their derby match against Pontardawe Town this weekend.
After three wins from their opening five games, the Carmarthenshire outfit
Mark Aizlewood's Carmarthen Town team have been synonymous with gritty defending, hard work and a direct style of play, however could their move to a 3G pitch alter their style of play?
Carmarthen have already played one game on their new pitch as they re-opened Richmond Park with a friendly this
Ammanford secured a hard earned 1-0 win over Dinas Powys at the Recreational Ground on Saturday, thanks to a goal from Rhys Fisher, in a win that sees the Carmarthenshire outfit rise to second place in Welsh League Division Two.
A first half free kick flicked home by the Ammanford
At the end of last season, Alan Morgan had some work to do at Maesdu Park. No one could have envisaged that nearly four months on, Llandudno would sit atop the Welsh Premier League the only unbeaten side remaining.
A more than successful debut Welsh Premier League campaign was followed
Cardiff Met FC have announced that first team manager Dr Wayne Allison has stepped down from his role and that Dr Christian Edwards will take charge alongside his current role of Director of Football.
The 48 year-old who has tallied over 700 appearances in professional football, took his first permanent basis
After a break with Nathaniel MG Cup action, the Welsh Premier League returned this weekend and we were treated to a spectacle of games, including first wins since Barry Town's return to the top flight and a key victory for the ten men of Connah's Quay Nomads over their rivals
Welsh League Division One newboys Cwmamman United are no strangers to progression. In three years, they have risen through the ranks and gone from a Division Three outfit to a Division One side who look more than capable of holding their own.
After a 2014/15 2nd placed finish in Welsh
With the JD Welsh Premier League already underway, and some early season form beginning to take shape, game week four of the 2017/18 season will no doubt be as interesting as ever.
The season has already sprung a few surprise results and questions have already been asked. After their opening