Knighton Town have had a content start to the season seeing them pick up seven points in six games but part of their early-season form is down to their striker Connor Bird.
Bird, a Knighton born striker has been impressing early on and he is proving to the vital to the
With pre-season over and teams ready for their first fixture, the countdown to the start of the Welsh football is on once again.
As fans across Wales endure their final few days without competitive football, Y Clwb Pel Droed has taken a look at some of the best opening day fixtures
Spar Mid Wales Division One Champions Rhayader Town have announced their resignation from the Huws Gray Alliance after winning promotion to the league last season.
The club enjoyed a successful season by not only winning the third tier Mid Wales league but securing an FAW licence to play in the second
Carno have wasted no time in boosting their resources ahead of the upcoming season, having confirmed the signings of five new players already.
The Spar Mid Wales side finished second in the region's top tier in 2016/17, and have their sights set firmly on going one step further when the
The annual awards for the Spar Mid Wales League were announced and it was Berriew and Borth who jointly claimed the most awards.
With the winners collecting their prizes at the league's AGM meeting on 19th June at Llanidloes Golf Club. The awards included Manager of the season, Player of
With only two weeks of the Spar Mid Wales League One campaign remaining, Rhayader have an opportunity to win the title this weekend.
They face third placed Berriew, and as second placed Carno host Llandrinod Wells, there are two ways that Rhayader can be crowned champions and be promoted to the
A title chase is well underway in the Spar Mid Wales League One - but licensing means the battle for promotion may take another twist.
Although Rhayader are leading the pack, Berriew, Carno or Llanrhaeadr could all get promoted by finishing second in the Spar Mid Wales League 1.
Radnor Valley have come from the Mid Wales South League to the Spar First Division in just two successful seasons.
However, in the 2014/2015 season Radnor Valley weren't very well known in the Spar Leagues.
After a very successful season it saw them get win the title. Many may of thought it
Carno Football Club have announced that manager Chris Davies has reversed his decision to leave at the end of the season and will continue in his role as first team manager.
Speaking to the official Carno website, Davies spoke about how the season has panned out for his side and why
Jason Jones of Aberaeron Football Club, has been named manager of the month for January and February whilst Edward Harding of Welshpool won Player of the Month for January and February.
In the league, Aberaeron were unbeaten over the period, picking up 10 points. Three of these coming in a 1-0