Welsh Premier League Preview: MD 11

With the first ten games played, and midweek Nathaniel MG Cup action, the JD Welsh Premier League returns on Friday night as the table begins to take shape. The highlight of the round of games sees second placed Cardiff Metropolitan University FC take on champions The New Saints at Park

MATCH REVIEW: Newtown 6-1 Aberystwyth

Newtown ended their Welsh Premier League regular season with a thumping 6-1 victory of their local rivals Aberystwyth Town.  The Mid Wales rivals went head to head in the final round of games in Pbase Two, and it was the Robins who came out the dominant victors.  In an exciting opening 10

Williams eyes Newtown record ahead of 300th appearance

Craig Williams admits he would be delighted to surpass Colin Reynolds as Newtown AFC’s most capped player, but insists he remains focused on helping the Robins secure a strong finish to the Welsh Premier League season. The 29-year-old is expected to make his 300th domestic appearance for his hometown club when

Airbus hold on to WPL status in six goal thriller

Bottom of the table Airbus UK FC pulled off a miraculous comeback to beat Aberystwyth 4-2 at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium. The game was billed as a day of reckoning for Airbus, who faced relegation from the league if they lost to fellow strugglers Aberystwyth Town. Aberystwyth started the game fantastically, with

MATCH REVIEW: Aberystwyth Town 0-4 Newtown

In a match that started well for Aberystwyth, Newtown beat the Seasiders 4-0 on Saturday at Park Avenue. Aber started the brighter, and their first opportunity came in the second minute when Geoff Kellaway, when 1 on 1 with the Newtown keeper, shot right at the goalkeeper. The first goal came in