Lamin Conteh says he was “delighted” after STM Sports AFC beat Penydarren BGC to reach the semi finals of the FAW Trophy. Conteh opened the scoring in the first five minutes before Josh Brogden equalised eleven minutes later, as both sides went into half time
A brace from Lamin Conteh was enough to seal a famous victory for STM Sports as they progressed into the Semi-Finals of the FAW Trophy for the first time in the club’s history. Despite a wonder goal from Penydarren BGC striker Joshua Brogden in the
STM Sports host Penydarren Boys & Girls Club in the Quarter-Finals of the FAW Trophy at Llanrumney University 3G. The two sides met at the same venue last week, as Penydarren progressed to the semi-finals of the Welsh Football league Cup. The fixture was originally
Braces from Joshua Brogden and Asa Lloyd sealed a place for Penydarren BGC in the Quarter Finals of the FAW Trophy. It was the Visitors who dominated the early proceedings and set the tone for the 5th Round tie in the FAW Trophy. In the 12th minute,
2018 was a year with many memorable moments in Welsh domestic football. We take a look at the clubs who came out winners, and those who will want to forget this year in a hurry. Demotions, failed licences and cup runs all contributed to a
Ynyshir Albion’s manager Craig Wells says he’s expecting a tough game from Welsh Cup giant-killers Ynysddu Welfare. The Rhondda based club make the trip to Caerphilly this afternoon to play Gwent County League side Ynysddu in Round Three of the FAW Trophy. Throughout Ynyshir’s cup
Abertillery Bluebirds booked their place into the draw for Round Four of the FAW Trophy as they beat Cardiff Draconians. Goals in both halves gave the Gwent County League leaders a home victory over the Draconians, who are fourth in the South Wales Alliance League.
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.