The Welsh football pyramid is preparing to wave goodbye to another busy 12 months, and as clubs get ready for the business end of the season in 2018, there is plenty to look back on in 2017.
Victories against top European opposition, promotion fights and cup shocks have been just some
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
Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths has said that his team is capable of pulling off an upset against Cardiff Metropolitan University this afternoon.
The former Llanelli Town striker who has won the competition as a player will be in the role of player-manager when high-flying Cardiff Metropolitan University arrives at the KYMCO
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
Cwmbran Celtic boss Lee Challenger has called on his side to replicate their JD Welsh Cup run of 2016, as they travel to the Connah's Quay Nomads this weekend.
Challenger who played as a defender in the Cup run, played in the clubs quarter-final defeat to Port Talbot Town, will now
The draw for the FAW JD Welsh Cup was made today and has drawn up some potentially tasty ties.
With 32 sides left in the competition, the Welsh Premier League outfit were introduced into the competition and thus has thrown up some spectacular ties where some South Wales clubs will
Ammanford AFC have qualified for the Third Round of the JD Welsh Cup for the first time since 1998/99 after they defeated Llantwit Major 3-2 on penalties after the sides were tied 1-1 after extra time.
A maiden first team goal for Rhodri Jones was enough to bring the hosts
There was plenty of action across Wales today as the JD Welsh Cup second round was played out with every team involved well aware they were just 90 minutes away from potentially money-spinning ties against the big boys of Welsh Football in round three.
One of the many smaller teams drawn
The Welsh Cup returns this weekend with the second round proper fixtures to be played on Saturday afternoon.
Although the Welsh Premier League clubs do not enter the competition until the third round, there are still plenty of fixtures to look forward to. We take a look at every tie
The JD Welsh Cup is well known for pitting the big names of Welsh football against the small, and Saturday's game at the Hollingsworth Group stadium is no exception as Huws Gray Alliance high-flyers Airbus host Welsh National League Premier Division side Saltney Town.
The game is not just as a