One in One Out at Bastion Gardens as Buckley joins and Lewis departs

Prestatyn Town have made their first move in the transfer market, by signing attacker Oliver Buckley and allowing Jack Lewis to leave. Buckley joins having made 22 appearances in the Welsh top flight last season. He continued playing for the Lilywhites despite their relegation, scoring two goals in three appearances. Lewis however

Carmarthen boosted by signing of former Bangladesh national squad member

Carmarthen Town have been given a boost in their attempts to lure themselves away from the relegation zone with the confirmation that they have captured Aidan O'Kelly and Reasat Islam for the remainder of the 2017/18 season. The Old Gold had been struggling for points this season, but have seemingly turned

Citizens announce departure of Anderson Cayola

Bangor City FC have this afternoon confirmed that Bolivian forward Anderson Cayola has left the Welsh Premier League club, after an agreement was reached not to extend the former CE Artesa De Sagre player's contract. Cayola joined the North Wales outfit in July 2017, after an impressive trial period resulted in

Newtown Commence January Business with Re-signing of Alex Fletcher

On the back of an impressive 4-2 win over league leaders TNS, Newtown boss Chris Hughes has re-signed 21 year old influential midfielder Alex Fletcher, after the player left the club in the summer.  TRANSFER l First piece of January business as @A_Fletcher_ returns to the club https://t.co/mycsha3UCu #Robins pic.twitter.com/FrJRjRgJkL — Newtown

Llandudno announce three new signings, as Iwan Williams makes first moves in transfer market

Llandudno Town have confirmed the signings of three players, as Iwan Williams dips into the transfer market for the first time as Llandudno boss, after making the move from Caernarfon back in November. Ahead of the crucial final two games in Phase One, where Tudno are pushing for a Top Six

Caernarfon Town boss Sean Eardley strengths side with first signing Kevin Lloyd

Caernarfon Town who already sit atop the Cymru Alliance, have made their first signing under manager Sean Eardley by re-signing centre-forward Kevin Lloyd from Conwy Borough of the third tier Welsh Alliance Division One. BREAKING NEWS! Eards makes Kev Lloyd his first Cofi signing https://t.co/rqpaTlfuXH pic.twitter.com/J3vc5ie1OF — Caernarfon Town FC (@CaernarfonTown) December 28,

How Welsh Premier League clubs conducted their transfer business this summer

With the transfer window slamming shut in the JD Welsh Premier League until the winter, we take a look at all the business from all the clubs in this years top flight. Each club have been busy in recruiting players to help compete in the top flight of Welsh football this

Prestatyn Town welcome back Caersws midfielder Ross Stephens to Bastion Gardens

Prestatyn Town announced the signing of midfielder Ross Stephens from Cymru Alliance side Caersws on a hectic transfer deadline day.  Stephens, 32, is an experienced Welsh Premier League (WPL) player who will be spending his second stint at the club, his first coming between 2009 and 2015 where he played 125

Cefn Druids complete double signing of Polish midfielder Arek Pisorski and defender Mudimu 

Cefn Druids announced their third piece of Deadline Day business as they unveiled Arek Piskorski as a new addition to the squad following a successful pre-season trial with the club. Druids have already sent defender Ben Burrows and goalkeeper Joel Thompson out on loan to local Cymru Alliance sides Gresford Athletic

Welsh Premier League Cefn Druids loan duo to local Cymru Alliance sides

Ben Burrows and Joel Thompson will join Wrexham-based Cymru Alliance sides Gresford Athletic and Queens Park on loan deals as they look to gain experience playing first team football in order to break into the Druids starting squad. Burrows is a defensive minded player who signed for Druids from Wrexham Youth