After weeks of disruption due to poor weather, the Welsh Football League was back to almost full schedule this weekend.
Just two games were postponed and from the 22 games played there were 94 goals scored, not a single nil-nil and plenty of thrills and spills along the way.
There was plenty
Pontypridd's rise as a pheonix from the ashes has been one which has been well documented. High profile friendlies against Valencia and Deportiva La Coruna, and narrowly missing out on consecutive promotions is evidence of the exhaustive efforts of the club to bring top tier football to the town of
Fresh from his appointment just over a month ago, Craig Sampson is enjoying his start to life as manager of Division One club Caerau Ely.
Penydarren are the talk of the Welsh domestic football scene with their remarkable unbeaten run this season and one man is certainly grabbing the headlines.
Forward Christopher Owens has been the face of Penydarren's fairytale story this season, scoring important goals for the Miners.
The 30-year-old has netted 28 goals this season,
Former Welsh League manager Gareth Morgan has returned to local side Llanrumney United in the role as Chairman, following his exit from STM Sports.
Morgan who has managed sides such as Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran Celtic, Newport City and AFC Porth takes up the role of Chairman, where he will also assist interim
Since the start of 2018 there is no doubt about the form team in Welsh League Division One. Afan Lido have won all six of their league games this year.
Lido are seven in an unbeaten run that totals eight games stretching back to December 1st 2017) – including a 2-1
Haverfordwest County’s Welsh League title challenge took another big blow as they fell to a second successive defeat, well-beaten at a wet and windy Lakeside Academy by Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC.
Both sides went into the game desperate for a win. For County, last week’s defeat at home to Briton
While work is ongoing at their Old Road ground to ensure all the correct boxes are ticked with the incoming Tier 2 ground regulations.
On the pitch Briton Ferry Llansawel (BFL) have been making a good fist of life in Welsh Football League Division One after earning promotion from Division
Unbeaten Trefelin BGC returned to the top of Welsh League Division Three with a hard-fought and somewhat fortuitous 2-1 home win over Panteg.
STM Sports moved to the top of Division Two after an impressive second-half performance against a ten-man Aberbargoed Buds.
The St Mellons side have won their last three matches under new manager Dale Gardiner, who took over after the departure of Gareth Morgan.
Aberbargoed began the game with clear attacking intentions. Gavin Mecham