JD Welsh Premier League club Carmarthen Town have terminated the contract of manager Mark Aizlewood after a hearing today. The 58-year-old penned a two-year contract back in August, after leading the club to a top six finish last season, where they lost 2-1 to Cardiff Metropolitan University in the Welsh Premier
Carmarthen Town have signed their second striker in as many days as they resign Afan Lido striker Mark Jones. The Welsh Premier League's bottom side have scored the least amount of goals this season but have strengthened their front line with two players who have excelled in the division below. Luke Bowen
Port Talbot Town's Luke Bowen has made his return to Richmond Park as he rejoins Carmarthen Town. The 29-year-old has scored 20 League goals for the Steelmen this season, making him the highest goal-scorer in the Welsh Football League so far this season. He joins a Carmarthen team that is currently bottom
A clinical Cardiff Metropolitan University claimed their biggest win of the season to date, as they dispatched lowly Carmarthen Town at Cyncoed Campus. Neither side were able to create anything clear-cut in the opening five minutes. The majority of the game was played in the middle of the field, with
An early kick off graced the Cyncoed Campus this Saturday as Cardiff Metropolitan University looked to continue their solid start to the campaign with another three points against a Carmarthen Town. The Old Gold have struggled so far this season, finding themselves with only one win from eleven league matchups.