On the back of an impressive 4-2 win over league leaders TNS, Newtown boss Chris Hughes has re-signed 21 year old influential midfielder Alex Fletcher, after the player left the club in the summer.
TRANSFER l First piece of January business as @A_Fletcher_ returns to the club https://t.co/mycsha3UCu #Robins pic.twitter.com/FrJRjRgJkL
With the first ten games played, and midweek Nathaniel MG Cup action, the JD Welsh Premier League returns on Friday night as the table begins to take shape.
The highlight of the round of games sees second placed Cardiff Metropolitan University FC take on champions The New Saints at Park
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
Alex Fletcher has left Newtown to join Conference North side Southport.
He played a big part in The Robins' rise from the foot of the table, to play off candidates, scoring four goals in the process, all of which came against relegated Airbus UK.
The midfielder joined in the summer of 2016
The Welsh Premier League has announced its three-man shortlist for Player of the Year, with the winner set to be announced at the upcoming awards ceremony on May 20.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Golden boot winner Jason Oswell is one of the players named, having hit 22 goals to help Newtown to
The Welsh Premier League has released its three-man shortlist for the award of Young Player of the Year, with nominations predictably sparking plenty of debate among fans and coaches alike.
Bala Town’s Anthony Stephens, Bangor City’s Henry Jones and Llandudno’s James Joyce have all been given the nod, with the
Newtown ended their Welsh Premier League regular season with a thumping 6-1 victory of their local rivals Aberystwyth Town.
The Mid Wales rivals went head to head in the final round of games in Pbase Two, and it was the Robins who came out the dominant victors.
In an exciting opening 10
As we pass matchday 27 in the Welsh Premier League, Newtown striker Jason Oswell leads the goal scoring charts with 16 goals to his name. With Mike Hayes, Greg Draper and Alex Darlington hot on his tail, is the 24 year-old the best forward currently in the division?
As we approached
In a match that started well for Aberystwyth, Newtown beat the Seasiders 4-0 on Saturday at Park Avenue.
Aber started the brighter, and their first opportunity came in the second minute when Geoff Kellaway, when 1 on 1 with the Newtown keeper, shot right at the goalkeeper.
The first goal came in
Aberystwyth's relagation battle and Europa League play-off hopes return Friday as they take on 7th placed Newtown, who are in search of further positive results to take hold of the final European play-off spot.
After last weekend's entertaining 2-2 draw at Rhyl, Aberystwyth will go into this match with high hopes