Lewis Harling has rejoined Carmarthen Town for the remainder of the season, after recovering from a long term injury. The midfielder spent four seasons with the Old Gold, but was sidelined last season and subsequently made just nine appearances for the Welsh Premier League outfit.
Newtown defender Ben Bailey has left the Welsh Premier League outfit for Northern Premier League Premier Division outfit Hednesford Town FC. The centre-back had been a prominent figure in the Newtown first team this season, and his departure will be a big blow to Chris
Caerau Ely have announced that winger Jamal Roberts has rejoined the club. The winger previously played at the club under Nana Baah when they won the Welsh League Division One title in 2014/15, just one season after winning promotion from Division Two Under Baah’s leadership.
Croesyceiliog have signed free scoring Wattsville striker Alex Bonthron to bolster their squad for the remainder of the season. Croesyceiliog lead Welsh League Division Two currently, having picked up nine wins from 15 games, but they have now added to their squad a proven striker at
Caernarfon Town manager Sean Eardley has praised the attitude of his players, as they progressed into the next round of the JD Welsh Cup with a 3-0 win over Prestatyn Town. A brace from Cai Jones and a goal from Noah Edwards against his former
The New Saints secured a place in the 4th round draw of the JD Welsh Cup following their 3-0 victory over Cwmbran Celtic, courtesy of a Chris Seargeant hat-trick. After going ahead through a penalty, the Saints continued to show their class in the first
Aberystwyth Town manager Neville Powell says his side are “over the moon” to have secured their place in the next round of the JD Welsh Cup, following their 4-3 win over Welsh League Division One side Cwmamman United. In a ding dong battle, the game
Briton Ferry Llansawel manager Carl Shaw is looking forward to his side’s JD Welsh Cup test against Llandudno this weekend to measure where his side are in relation to the Welsh Premier League. Ferry host Llandudno on Saturday in Round Three of the JD Welsh
Caernarfon Town manager Sean Eardley has expressed his delight at having given youngster Dion Owen his first team debut, as his side advanced to the next round of the JD Welsh Cup. Eardley brought Owen on for his debut in the 3-0 win over Prestatyn
Abergavenny Town Manager Ben Bannon has hailed his young side’s team spirit, claiming it is “second to none” ahead of their clash against Bridgend Street this weekend. Bannon has overseen a remarkable change in fortunes since taking charge of the club last year. The club