Following a December which left many Welsh football fans feeling deprived of games to watch due to weather conditions, it finally seems as if there will be a full round of fixtures across the many tiers of welsh football found in the North of the country. Here are some of
Cardiff Metropolitan University progressed to the semi-finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup after defeating Barry Town United at Jenner Park courtesy of goals from Chris Baker and Emlyn Lewis. 20529
After a break with Nathaniel MG Cup action, the Welsh Premier League returned this weekend and we were treated to a spectacle of games, including first wins since Barry Town's return to the top flight and a key victory for the ten men of Connah's Quay Nomads over their rivals
11-time Welsh Premier League Champions showed their class as they put in a professional performance to beat Barry Town United on their own turf.
Barry had the better of the opening chances but The New saints slowly grew into the game and Wes Fletcher's tap-in was the difference between the two sides
Fans across the world love a good kit and us Welsh fans are no different. We want to see our favourite teams in the cleanest and coolest of attire each and every season. This season the WPL clubs have presented fans with some beautiful kits. Here's what each team will be
In just under a months time, the first set of Welsh Premier League fixtures will have been played and the clubs will be back in the swing of things.
The twelve clubs will all be hoping to perform to the best of their ability and only one side can come out
Barry Town have further added to their ranks ahead of their Welsh Premier League campaign, bringing in former Ipswich Town midfielder Elliot Scotcher.
The 23 year-old becomes Barry Town United's third signing of the summer alongside striker Kayne McLaggon and promising young winger Samuel Jones.
Scotcher, a former Under 16 and 17
Champions Barry Town United finished their season in style as they thrashed Ton Pentre 6-0 at Jenner Park.
A hat-trick from Drew Fahiya, a goal from TJ Nagi, an own goal and a Jordan Cotterill goal helped Barry to a comfortable win over Ton Pentre.
It means Barry Town United finish the
Gavin Chesterfield has been through just about it all at Barry Town United and following his side's promotion to the Welsh Premier League in his 10th year at the club, we get a chance to take a look at the highs and lows he's experienced managing the club.
Chesterfield was appointed
Barry Town United were promoted back to the Welsh Premier league after a 13-year absence following a convincing 3-0 victory over Goytre United.
Goals from Luke Cooper, Tyrrell Webbe and a penalty from Drew Fahiya meant Barry were promoted for the first time since being relegated in the 2003/2004 season.