MATCH REPORT: Penrhiwceiber Rangers 1-2 Swansea University – late penalty keeps the students in the D3 title race

Swansea University maintained their pursuit of Trefelin Boys and Girls club at the top of Welsh League Division Three with a hard-fought win over Penrhiwceiber Rangers. The Students had to come from behind to take the three points. The decisive penalty late on was harsh on the hosts, who were

Welsh Football League Preview (MD16) – Goytre United v Afan Lido square off in local derby plus the rest of WFL1-3

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

Welsh Football League Preview – STM Sports v Caldicot Town and a look at what action awaits across all three divisions

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

Tredegar Town boss Andrew Yorke believes greater cohesion is driving club’s dramatic turnaround in fortunes

In Division Three of the Welsh Football League there have been a number of surprisingly pace setters early in the season. Trefelin Boys and Girls Club and Tredegar Town – both clubs that struggled last season – sit first and second respectively, with newly promoted Swansea University hot on their

Bridgend Street boss Craig Dale hails reaching last seasons Cup final

Bridgend Street boss Craig Dale has said that reaching last season's Welsh Football League Cup final was a massive achievement  The Division Three side reached the final after seeing off higher-league opposition, only losing to Llanelli Town who went unbeaten throughout the whole season in the League and in the League

Paul Merson’s much-anticipated Caerau debut abandoned after floodlight failure

Paul Merson's return to football came to an early end yesterday after the game between Caerau and Pontyclun was abandoned due to floodlight failure. The 49 year-old agreed to join the club after becoming close friends with the Caerau FC secertary Dai Hooper and made some impressive touches, being watched by

Arsenal legend Paul Merson comes out of retirement to sign for Division Three Welsh side Caerau

Caerau FC of the Welsh Football League Division Three have made somewhat of a marquee signing after recruiting former Arsenal and England midfielder Paul Merson. The two-time Football League First Division winner has already played in Welsh football after signing up for a few brief matches with fellow ex-pro and pundit

Croesyceiliog move quickly to swiftly appoint joint Panteg manager Gareth Wilmott

Division Two side Croesyceiliog have moved quickly in their search for a new manager as they appoint joint Panteg manager Gareth Wilmott. The Gwent club were on the lookout for a new manager following Waddon's resignation and they've found his replacement in just a matter of days, as Wilmott makes the