While the season has already come to a close for a large majority of North Wales clubs, two of the region's brightest sides will go head to head for the NEWFA Cup tonight.
Gresford AFC and Queens Park meet in what will be an all-Wrexham area final at Airbus, where they
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
After Gresford booked their place in the NEWFA Cup final on Wednesday evening, Queens Park and Hawarden Rangers play for the remaining spot in an all Welsh National Premier Division show down on Friday.
There is plenty of history between the two sides, who were both strong contenders in the third
The Huws Gray Alliance season may be over, but Gresford and Buckley Town's campaigns are ongoing thanks to their involvement in the North East Wales FA (NEWFA) cup, which has reached its semi final stage.
The competition begins with a preliminary round in January, before the first, second and third rounds
Bala Town FC have won the JD Welsh Cup in a shock 2-1 victory over The New Saints this afternoon.
After a goalless first half in which Bala goalkeeper Ashley Morris made a number of great saves to keep his side in the game, a Draper goal sent TNS ahead with
The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says previous meetings will count for nothing when his side lock horns with Bala Town in the final of the JD Welsh Cup on Sunday.
The record-breaking champions take on Colin Caton’s side just over a week after meeting on the final day of the
After a season of highs and lows, Caernarfon Town have chance to end 2016/17 with a trophy when they face Flint Town United in the Huws Gray Cup on Saturday afternoon.
The Cofis will have reason to be confident as they are the reigning Huws Gray Cup champions - but will
The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says he is “flattered” by reported interest from Hartlepool United, and admits his long-term future may lie away from Park Hall.
Harrison is currently preparing his side for their JD Welsh Cup final against Bala Town on Sunday, with reports this week linking the former
Ryan Valentine says The New Saints will be a stiff test for Bala Town on Saturday, even if the newly-crowned Welsh Premier League champions decide to rotate their starting line-up.
TNS arrive at Maes Tegid this weekend for a dress rehearsal of the JD Welsh Cup Final against the Lakesiders
Chirk AAA captain Phil Pearce has expressed in delight after the clubs extra-time win at Park Avenue on Saturday, which saw them lift the FAW Trophy.
For Pearce it's a great moment for him individually, winning the trophy for his hometown club, as well as the history his family has had