BOTH Damien and Dominic Broad of the ambitious Pontypridd Town management team are looking forward to returning to Cyncoed Campus this evening.
Damien played under Dr Christian Edwards when the former Swansea defender was starting out as a manager, whilst Dominic did four years of study at Cardiff Met, but opted
Llanelli Town Manager Andy Hill has spoken positively about his time at Goytre Unites as his Reds side host the Port Talbot side this afternoon at Steboneath Park.
The former striker spent a number of years at Glenhafod Park before leaving for Llanelli Town, with the two both leaving on good
Table-topping Goytre United travel to Stebonheath Park this Saturday to face Llanelli Town in the sternest test of their title credentials so far this season.
One man pivotal to the early season success at Glenhafod Park is summer signing Thomas Walters. Walters joined from Caerau following an impressive 2016/17 campaign with
After the fairytale experience of hosting Cardiff City in a friendly at their Rhiw’r Ddar ground during pre-season, Taffs Well FC are aiming for a successful domestic season.
The Wellmen currently sit mid table in the Welsh Football League Division One but manager Lee Bridgeman believes the club can compete for
Lee Phillips is the first managerial casualty in the Welsh League Division One after himself and Ton Pentre agreed to part company by mutual consent.
The Rhondda club have picked up just three points from a possible 18 so far this season, with the clubs only victories coming in the Welsh
Two goals in two minutes shortly before half time was enough to give Cambrian & Clydach consecutive home league wins for the first time in over a year as they beat Briton Ferry Llansawel in the Welsh Football League Division One this weekend.
Joe Evans and Richard French were the Cambrian
Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC entertain Briton Ferry Llansawel this weekend in Welsh Football League Division One. Both sides have endured difficult starts to the 2017/18 season and currently sit 13th and 12th in the table respectively.
Managers Craig Hughes (Cambrian) and Carl Shaw (Briton Ferry) spoke to YClwbPeldroed.org ahead of
Ton Pentre were denied a first league win of the season after a controversial injury time penalty allowed Cwmamman United to snatch a point in an entertaining 3-3 draw at Ynys Park.
Ton Pentre’s captain Tom Davies was judged by referee Darren Adie to have fouled Cwmamman’s Ashley Curtis as he
Welsh League Division One newboys Cwmamman United are no strangers to progression. In three years, they have risen through the ranks and gone from a Division Three outfit to a Division One side who look more than capable of holding their own.
After a 2014/15 2nd placed finish in Welsh
LLANELLI Town made an early season statement as they overcame fellow title contenders Penybont on a wet Monday evening in front of a booster crowd at the KYMCO Stadium, as a James Loveridge hat-trick guided them to a 4-0 victory.
Penybont finished second place last season and went into the