Temporary Port Talbot Town manager Morrys Scott says he won't be taking the job on a permanent basis.
Scott has been working alongside summer recruit Cortez Belle and Les Redwood after the departure of manager Paul Evans who stood down from earlier this month.
Evans' last act as manager was masterminding a
Looking at the Welsh Football League Division One table it will be no surprise to most that Llanelli Town sits at the top of the league. Favourites for the title in the eyes of many, Andy Hill’s side have generally lived up to expectations.
Haverfordwest County in second place has been
After Storm Caroline reduced the Welsh Football League programme to just six games last weekend, a fairer weather forecast for this one means there should be plenty of football.
There are no longer runaway leaders in any of the three divisions and the battles are both top and bottom of each
We are officially at the halfway stage of the Welsh Football League season – in terms of matchdays at least. However, as only one club (Port Talbot Town) has fulfilled every fixture to date there is still plenty of football to be played.
This week sees the first set of return
While the Welsh Cup takes centre stage this weekend in Welsh football there is still plenty of league action for those whose cup dream is over for another year. In South Wales there are 19 fixtures in the Welsh Football League across all three divisions and here’s a preview of
Taffs Well recorded their first League win since the 30th September, as they beat a Kingfishers side without a win in seven.
The Wellmen, under the caretaker charge of Adie Harris following the departure of Lee Bridgeman, will have been relieved to have taken the three points, given their hard work
Llanelli Town boss Andy Hill believes the club remain on course to achieve their targets for the season, despite a recent blip in form that has seen them lose top spot in Welsh Football League Division One and exit the Welsh Cup.
The Reds began the season as many people’s favourites
Welsh football could be set for an overhaul as the Football Association of Wales have pondered the idea of a possible restructuring of the pyramid system.
The Welsh Football League and the Cymru Alliance would be the most affected, which could bring an end to the Mid Wales League, should the
Afan Lido have confirmed tonight the double signing of goalkeeper Steve Cann and forward Andre Griffiths ahead of this weekend's game against Cambrian and Clydach Boys and Girls Club.
Lido have won four of their seven league games this season, sitting in the middle of the pack, and the double
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