Games in the North: What to watch on January 6th

Following a December which left many Welsh football fans feeling deprived of games to watch due to weather conditions, it finally seems as if there will be a full round of fixtures across the many tiers of welsh football found in the North of the country. Here are some of

One in One Out at Bastion Gardens as Buckley joins and Lewis departs

Prestatyn Town have made their first move in the transfer market, by signing attacker Oliver Buckley and allowing Jack Lewis to leave. Buckley joins having made 22 appearances in the Welsh top flight last season. He continued playing for the Lilywhites despite their relegation, scoring two goals in three appearances. Lewis however

Newtown Commence January Business with Re-signing of Alex Fletcher

On the back of an impressive 4-2 win over league leaders TNS, Newtown boss Chris Hughes has re-signed 21 year old influential midfielder Alex Fletcher, after the player left the club in the summer.  TRANSFER l First piece of January business as @A_Fletcher_ returns to the club https://t.co/mycsha3UCu #Robins pic.twitter.com/FrJRjRgJkL — Newtown

What has been happening in the Welsh National League Premier Division thus far?

2017 didn't end in the best fashion for the Welsh National League Premier Division with the majority of games postponed for the last three weeks of the season.  Nevertheless, the league has shaped up to be a very exciting league to watch with there still being a large opportunity for

Caernarfon Town boss Sean Eardley strengths side with first signing Kevin Lloyd

Caernarfon Town who already sit atop the Cymru Alliance, have made their first signing under manager Sean Eardley by re-signing centre-forward Kevin Lloyd from Conwy Borough of the third tier Welsh Alliance Division One. BREAKING NEWS! Eards makes Kev Lloyd his first Cofi signing https://t.co/rqpaTlfuXH pic.twitter.com/J3vc5ie1OF — Caernarfon Town FC (@CaernarfonTown) December 28,

The story of the season so far in the Welsh National League Division One

As we rapidly approach 2018, undefeated Brymbo sit comfortably atop the table, looking to be in good shape to bounce back to the Welsh National League (WNL) Premier Division they found themselves relegated from last year.  Although Brymbo's success was to some extent predictable heading into the seasons beginning all the

JD Welsh Cup Round Two side FC Penley fold from Welsh National League

FC Penley have become the second team to fold from the Welsh National League Division One this season, following Point of Ayr's departure from the league in September after a poor start to their 2017/18 campaign. The club announced it was withdrawing from the fourth tier of the Welsh Football Pyramid

Point of Ayr resign from Welsh National League

In an event which many may have missed, Point of Ayr decided they will no longer compete in the fourth tier Welsh National League Division One as they recently withdrew from the competition. No statement has been released by the club but the resignation has been stated on the Welsh National

Penyfford Lions boss Craig Mossman says club have exceeded JD Welsh Cup expectations

Penyffordd Lions boss Craig Mossman will look to build upon the list of achievements his team have already unexpectedly accomplished this season when they take on Cymru Aliiance side Porthmadog in the first round proper of the Welsh Cup this Saturday.  Formally of the Deeside Sunday League, as Red Lion Strollers,

Prestatyn Town welcome back Caersws midfielder Ross Stephens to Bastion Gardens

Prestatyn Town announced the signing of midfielder Ross Stephens from Cymru Alliance side Caersws on a hectic transfer deadline day.  Stephens, 32, is an experienced Welsh Premier League (WPL) player who will be spending his second stint at the club, his first coming between 2009 and 2015 where he played 125