Rhos Aelwyd progressed to the final of the FAW Trophy, having beaten Greenfield in an all North Wales affair. Aelwyd will now play Conwy Borough in the final of the Trophy, after they beat South Wales Alliance League side Penydarren in the other semi-final. It
Conwy Borough progressed to the finals of the FAW Trophy, after seeing off South Walian side Penydarren at Aberystwyth Town’s Park Avenue. Fifth tie Penydarren from the South Wales Alliance League took on Welsh Alliance League favourites Conwy Borough in the semi-final of the
Greenfield booked their place in the FAW Trophy semi-final, with a composed performance away at Llanrug United. It was a tough week for Greenfield which included the changing rooms vandalised and facilities stolen, but the side battled through adversity and responded in a professional way.
Chirk AAA captain Phil Pearce has expressed in delight after the clubs extra-time win at Park Avenue on Saturday, which saw them lift the FAW Trophy. For Pearce it’s a great moment for him individually, winning the trophy for his hometown club, as well as
The FAW Trophy semi finals commence on Saturday afternoon with lower tier yet high quality teams looking to make it to the prestigious finals. Sully Sports take on Penlan Social at Port Talbot Town, whilst Chirk AAA and Llangefni Town face off at Rhyl FC.
It will be a case of deja vu for FC Nomads manager Tom Taylor this Saturday. The club travel to Llangefni to replay their abandoned FAW Trophy quarter final, which was called off due poor visibility during half time of extra added time. Both sides
After a well contested round of quarter finals on Saturday 11 February, the semi final draw of the FAW Trophy was made on Monday. Despite being a national competition it has thrown up two regional ties, guaranteeing a North vs South final. Semi Final Draw
The Mid Wales region’s only survivors in the last 16 of the FAW Trophy, Carno, travelled south with confidence to face 2012 winners Sully Sports on the Bristol Channel coast. Unbeaten in fifteen games, and three levels higher in the Welsh pyramid, the Montgomeryshire side
Llangefni Town host St Asaph City in Round Five of the FAW Trophy this weekend, manager Chris Roberts give us pre-match thoughts as his side look to go into the next round. With St Asaph playing in the same division as Llangefni, some might say