Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield confirmed his delight following Barry Town United's 3-1 win over Aberystwyth Town in what was a crisp afternoon at Jenner Park. 22229
Barry Town United showed their clinical edge as they comfortably beat Aberystwyth Town in a crisp afternoon at Jenner Park.
Goals from debutant Jonathan Hood, playmaker Jordan Cotterill and a penalty handed Barry all three points at Jenner Park.
Declan Walker did pull a goal back, but it wasn't enough as the
Barry Town United have confirmed today that defender Luke Cooper has signed a new deal at the Vale of Glamorgan outfit. 22206
Barry Town United completed their second deal on Deadline Day after completing a deal for Spanish midfielder Joaquin Estirado Rivera from eighth tier outfit, Cardiff Bay FC. 22166
Barry Town United have completed the signing of prolific goal-scorer Jonathan Hood from Welsh League Division One outfit Port Talbot Town. 22159
Barry Town United have signed Bangor City forward James Demetriou ahead of the January transfer window deadline, which shuts tomorrow.
Demetriou who joined the Citizens back in October, following a spell out in Cyprus returns to South Wales, having previously played for Swansea City.
The 22-year-old made 11 appearances for the Citizens
With the introduction of the Welsh international 'C' team, manager Mark Jones will be tasked with the job of choosing the 23-man-squad for March.
The Welsh pyramid system has produced a number of senior Wales internationals over the last few seasons, with the likes of Ryan Hedges, who previously played for Flint
A cool finish from Mike Hayes proved to be the difference as Bala Town claimed a hard-fought win against Barry Town United at Jenner Park on Saturday. The victory means that Bala will enter phase two in fourth, whilst Barry will have to settle for the Relegation Conference, as they
Barry Town United go into the final day of Phase One with a slim chance of qualifying for the top six in the Welsh Premier League.
The Linnets need an unlikely seven-goal swing, as well as a draw between Cefn Druids and Llandudno at Jenner Park Stadium.
Colin Caton takes charge of
Barry Town United and Cardiff Metropolitan University lock horns for the second time in the week in the final game of the year in the Welsh Premier League.
The Linnets will be feeling the most confident after registering a narrow victory over the Archers on Tuesday, as defender Luke Cooper scored