The JD Welsh Premier League has announced its phase two fixtures this afternoon.
Phase Two sees the league split into two mini conferences, with the top six and bottom six clubs playing each other twice for the final 10 games of the season.
The second phase will kick off under the floodlights
Under the floodlights of Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff Metropolitan ran out 1-0 victors against a stern Newtown side to progress to the final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
From the outset of the match, possession was mixed with the majority being in the centre of the park as both sides battled it
Cardiff Metropolitan University and Newtown meet again this evening as the two sides come together to compete for a place in the Nathaniel MG Cup final.
It is the first semi-final to take place, as either the Archers or the Robins will play the Connah's Quay Nomads or The New Saints.
An evening kick off graced the Cyncoed Campus this Wednesday as Cardiff Metropolitan University faced Newtown AFC in the semi-final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
A place in the final beckoned for either side that could take advantage, with either The New Saints or Connah's Quay Nomads awaiting them, with the fixture being
Cardiff Metropolitan University and Newtown meet for the first time this season on Match Day 0 in the Welsh Premier League, as the Archers aim to continue their good start to the season.
Dr Christian Edwards' men currently sit second in Wales' top flight after only suffering away defeats to Bala
Newtown defender Craig Williams and Swansea City Ladies' Alicia Powe have been awarded the Clubman and Club Woman of the Year at the annual FAW awards.
In an award ceremony held at the Vale Resort, both Williams and Powe were recognised for their efforts for their clubs during the last
With the Mid Wales derby for the first time this season at Latham Park approaching, there's all to play for as both sides look to register a win in the all-important affair.
Both Neville Powell and Chris Hughes will want to register a win over their closest rival in the Welsh
With the transfer window slamming shut in the JD Welsh Premier League until the winter, we take a look at all the business from all the clubs in this years top flight.
Each club have been busy in recruiting players to help compete in the top flight of Welsh football this
The Welsh Premier League got back underway last weekend with some surprising victories and stand-out performances and we move into Matchday 2 of Wales' top flight.
Bangor City beat the League Champions, The New Saints 5-2 at Nantporth, whilst Bala Town, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Connah's Quay Nomads and Llandudno recorded commanding
Welsh Premier League fans have been on hand to voice their opinions and expectations ahead of the 25th season of Welsh Premier League football.
On Friday evening, three whistles will be blown simultaneously as Bala Town host Newtown, Bangor City host The New Saints and newboys Prestatyn Town host Connah's Quay