After a fourth round draw which pulled out plenty of exciting ties, Welsh football fans have reacted well to January's set of JD Welsh Cup fixtures.
But with every draw comes the same question amongst fans - which game will be televised?
Only Sgorio can decide who will have the honour of
Monday night saw the fourth round draw of this season's JD Welsh Cup take place live on S4C Heno, and the programme delivered some blockbuster draws for the last 16.
The ties include a much anticipated clash between Gwynedd giants Caernarfon Town and JD Welsh Premier champions The New Saints, a
The JD Welsh Cup third round commences on Saturday, and the big boys have arrived to take part in the competition.
The third round heralds the entry of all 12 JD Welsh Premier League clubs, who all bar two have drawn lower league opposition.
And while the top flight clubs' chances look
Andy Thomas has stepped down from his role as Airbus manager and will become assistant to new manager Steve O' Shaughnessy with immediate effect.
The Huws Gray Alliance club will now be led by O' Shaugnessy, who joined the club last season as assistant manager.
He became a Wingmaker at a turbulent
With 15 weeks of the JD Welsh Premier League now passed, an unprecedented four teams are in contention for a title race whilst the rest of the table remains extremely tight with the Phase One split coming thick and fast.
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Bangor City have well and truly thrown their hat
After a Ryan Brobbel wonder goal was enough to beat Connah's Quay on Monday night, the Nathaniel MG Cup final will once again feature TNS who are this time against a high flying Cardiff Met.
And as is the case every year, the chosen neutral venue for the final will be
The New Saints may have retaken the top spot in the Welsh Premier League with fourteen games played, but this has done little to ease the tension in the table which sees just two points separating the top four.
The race for the top six also remains wide open with no
One of the Welsh pyramid's most experienced goalkeepers has called time on his Welsh-career after more than 200 games across three different leagues.
But there is plenty to look back at for Terry McCormick, who has announced his departure from the Welsh leagues after 12 years, six different clubs and experience
Prolific striker and ex Welsh Premier League top scorer Gary O' Toole has signed for Rhydymwyn FC of the Welsh National League Division One.
O'Toole is a well known face on the North Wales football scene, having netted 96 goals in 130 appearances for Connah's Quay Nomads.
He has experience of professional
The former chief scout of Connah's Quay Nomads has joined Welsh National League Division One title chasers Brymbo FC.
Garnett, who joins Brymbo as they look for promotion back to the third tier Premier Division after relegation in the summer, will join up with manager Phil Hudson and ex-TNS man Tommy