Games in the North: What to watch on January 6th

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

Canaries swoop for Wrexham youngster Williams

Caernarfon Town boss Iwan Williams has hinted that new signing Ryan Williams could play an important role in their expected assault on the Huws Gray Alliance title. Williams, who can play in defence or in midfield, joins his hometown club after being released by Vanarama National League side Wrexham, with

Brookwell extends stay with Caernarfon

Danny Brookwell has put pen to paper on a new deal at Huws Gray Alliance side Caernarfon Town. The midfielder has been a firm fixture in the Canaries’ first team since joining in September 2015, making 63 appearances and scoring 18 goals. The playmaker, who has previously turned out for Llanfairpwll and


It has today been announced that Caernarfon Town boss Iwan Williams has signed a new two year contract with the Huws Gray Alliance outfit. This is William's second season in charge of the Cofis after he led the side to a league and cup double last season. However, due to complications

Taylor snapped up by Caernarfon

Tom Taylor has returned to Caernarfon Town from Shawbury United, as Iwan Williams attempts to bolster his defence. After losing right back Joe Williams and centre back Clive Williams in the Welsh Cup game vs Rhyl, Williams has been short of numbers in the defence and is delighted to bring Tom


Caernarfon Town midfield general Gareth Edwards has insisted that Caernarfon can cause an upset in the live derby match against Rhyl in the JD Welsh Cup match tonight.  They go into the game as underdogs, as they face the prospect of Welsh Premier League outfit Rhyl. But, it is a game