Cardiff Met Uni's Eliot Evans and Cefn Druids manager Huw Griffiths have been awarded the Welsh Premier League Player and Manager of the Month respectively for October.
After a blistering October, which saw Met reach as high as second place, Evans was awarded the top flight's Player of the Month along
Cardiff Metropolitan University dealt with the elements well at Cyncoed Campus to record their fourth consecutive win in the Welsh Premier League.
Both sides struggled to deal with the poor conditions in the opening stages, where possession was proving difficult to retain with the wind playing a big part.
Adam Roscrow had
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
On the 19th May 2017, Liam Black became the first player in the club’s history to have his shirt number (22) retired as a mark of the high esteem in which he was held by players, staff and supporters alike.
Not only did he manage the Archers reserve team to an
Bangor City’s Dean Rittenberg was once again the scourge of Cardiff Metropolitan University, as the students saw their European dreams dashed in the Welsh Premier League’s Europa League play-off final at the Bangor University Stadium.
The former Blackburn Rovers youngster, who found the net in both of the previous two league
Cardiff Met and Gap Connah's Quay played out a 0-0 draw at Cyncoed Campus but what are the three things we learnt from the drab stalemate in the Welsh Capital?
In a game where chances were few and far between, Matty Owen had the best chance, rattling Will Fuller's upright with
Connah's Quay sealed second place in the Welsh Premier League courtesy of a drab stalemate with Cardiff Metropolitan University at Campus Cyncoed.
Nomads’ Matty Owen rattled the bar just before the break but there was otherwise precious little to set the pulses racing during a turgid affair, with Met noticeably
Cardiff Met take on Gap Connah's Quay in the final regular game of the Welsh Premier League season and we'll have live coverage from Cyncoed Campus, with kick-off at 17:15.
Cardiff Met come into this one on the back of their first win in phase two of the Welsh Premier League
Cardiff Met returned to winning ways in the Welsh Premier League in fine style by thumping hapless Carmarthen Town 4-0 at Richmond Park.
Kyle McCarthy gave the dominant visitors an early lead from the spot, before turning provider midway through the first half to tee up Will Evans for a
Cardiff Met are still without a win in phase two of the Welsh Premier league after falling to a 3-2 home defeat to Bangor but what are the three things we learnt?
Met took the lead against the run of play midway through the first-half through captain Kyle McCarthy, but Bangor