It’s Matchday 21 in the Welsh Football League this weekend. However, with the Welsh Football League Cup quarter-finals taking place on Saturday it means there is a slightly reduced schedule.
This is the usual look at what will be going on in the Welsh League this weekend across all three divisions,
With just four games postponed due to the weather this weekend it was refreshing to have such a full fixture list in the first Welsh Football League weekend of 2018.
There were plenty of eye-catching results with key fixtures at the top and bottom of all three divisions. All the usual
Ammanford AFC piled the misery into Division One outfit Port Talbot Town with a 5-1 win over the Steelemen courtesy of a hat-trick from Craig Frater and a brace from Gavin Jones.
A dominant display from the hosts saw them skittle over their higher division counterparts with ease, as the
Ammanford AFC have signed Llanelli Town AFC left back Richard Lewis ahead of the 2017/18 season, ending his tenure with the Reds as he rejoins his former club for a second time. Lewis had been at Llanelli for a few years, having guided his hometown club back up through the
Welsh League Division One outfit Port Talbot Town have acquired the services of former long-serving Barry Town United players Lee Baldock and Michael Hartley.
Between both players, they made over 300 appearances for the Vale of Glamorgan outfit and will add to the experience of Paul Evans' Port Talbot Town side.
Ryan Evans, Callum Sainty, Curtis Watkins and Chris Hugh are all set to return in time for Barry Town United's second pre-season game of the season, against Penybont away on Tuesday evening.
Chesterfield will be looking to all give them minutes with the Welsh Premier League season under just a month
Ammanford centre half Rhys Owen has departed the club after three and a half years in order to rejoin his local side Port Talbot Town.
The defender joined the Carmarthenshire based outfit from Caerau but suffered relegation in his first season.
However, the 30 year old remained at the club and helped
Champions Barry Town United finished their season in style as they thrashed Ton Pentre 6-0 at Jenner Park.
A hat-trick from Drew Fahiya, a goal from TJ Nagi, an own goal and a Jordan Cotterill goal helped Barry to a comfortable win over Ton Pentre.
It means Barry Town United finish the
Barry Town United have rightfully picked up plenty of the plaudits in recent weeks since their rise into the Welsh Premier League, but they are by no means the only fallen giant in Welsh football to have regained their footing.
Llanelli, who were exiled from the Welsh League alongside the Jenner
Gavin Chesterfield has been through just about it all at Barry Town United and following his side's promotion to the Welsh Premier League in his 10th year at the club, we get a chance to take a look at the highs and lows he's experienced managing the club.
Chesterfield was appointed