AFC Porth’s wretched start to the season continued as they were narrowly beaten by Pontardawe Town in a feisty encounter at Dinas Park that saw the home side finish the match with nine men.
In new manager, Ryan Betteney’s first official game in charge the Black Dragons produced a spirited display,
AFC Porth Club legend and newly appointed manager Stuart Brock says he has the future in mind as he leads the club in to the new season.
Brock who spent twelve seasons as a player at the Rhondda side was appointed manager of the club following the departure of manager Gareth
STM Sports ave added to their promotion-winning squad of last season by signing Chris Golton, Joel Queni, Jack Kinnerly and Tom Barry to the club.
The St Mellons side have Division One ambitions and Gareth Morgan has been busy over the course of pre-season in adding quality to his squad.
All four of
Welsh League Division Two outfit AFC Porth have announced the appointment of former player Stuart Brock as their new manager for next season.
Brock, who was part of the undefeated Amateur League winning side of 2008 and made over 250 appearances for the club, takes the Black Dragons hot seat
Llanelli Town gained promotion to Welsh League Division One after their 0-0 draw v AFC Porth.
Andy Hill's men finally secured promotion, sealing what has seemed the inevitable since the opening weeks of the season.
With the understanding that three teams are to be awarded promotion from Division Two this season, Llanelli
Aberdare came away with the three points in what turned out to be a feisty encounter at Aberaman Park on Wednesday night.
Both teams started brightly despite the difficult conditions under foot but it was Aberdare who took the lead in the 2nd minute thanks to a goal from former Black
AFC Porth have secured the signing of former Cardiff City player Nicky Fish, after the player joined the club from Welsh League Division One side Taffs Well.
Fish was once on the books of Championship outfit Cardiff City, but after a collision with a lorry in Monmouth in 2005 whilst travelling