Caerphilly Athletic boss Luke Ganderton targeting Welsh Cup upset for club with Welsh Football League aspirations

At the most southern tip of the Rhymney Valley sits the historic town of Caerphilly. Most famous for the massive Norman castle (the second largest castle in Britain) in the town’s centre and the eponymous cheese, Caerphilly, until recent times, barely surfaced on the Welsh football map. In the past decade

MATCH REPORT: Cardiff Draconians 1-2 Ton Pentre 

Welsh League side Ton Pentre shook off early nerves to avoid a JD Welsh Cup Round One upset as Tom Randall scored with a minute before second half stoppage time at Llanidloes Road.  The Bulldogs who are under the caretaker charge of Steve Williams at the moment as they seek a