Category Archives: South Wales

Welsh Football League Game Week Five: Round-up

Promotion hopefuls Penybont put five goals past Ton Pentre on Saturday. The victory means that Rhys Griffiths’ men currently head the league table on 13 points, having played a game more than Haverfordwest County in second. Division One No other game in the top flight saw

Match Review: Pencoed Athletic v Bettws

On a miserable night at Velindre Road, Pencoed defeated Bettws with a resounding 4-0 victory. The hosts started the game on the front foot with their slick passing game in stark contrast to the defensive set up from bottom club Bettws. Athletic created 2 early chances but

Dragons Complete Briers Signing From Barry

Pontypridd Town have completed the signing of Bobby Briers from Welsh League Division One side Barry Town United. The Dragons announced that the former Haverfordwest County, and Camarthen Town centre-back had joined via their twitter account. The centre-back joins at a good time, with the

Match Review: Aberbargoed Buds 3 Pontypridd Town 3

Luke Gullik’s late strike rescued a point for Pontypridd Town, whose Division Two promotion bid suffered another setback at resurgent basement-battlers Aberbargoed Buds. Gullick was on hand three minutes from time to ensure the visitors earned a share of the spoils at the Ystrad Mynach

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RESULTS: Welsh Cup Round Two Qualifying

NORTH Abergele Town 7-3 Pentraeth Brymbo 6-1 Llay Miners Welfare Cemaes Bay 1-5 Prestatyn Sports Coedpoeth United 2-0 AFC Brynford Corwen 4-1 FC Queens Park Dyffryn Nantlle 5-3 Glan Conwy FC Nomads of Connahs Quay 3-1 Brickfield Rangers Gaerwen 0-1 Llangefni Town Lex Glyndwr 3-2

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WFL ROUND-UP: Matchday 3

Division 1 We saw convincing home wins for promoted pair Cwmbran Celtic and Undy Athletic over Taffs Well and Penybont respectively. Chris Ham scored twice for Celtic whilst Josh Bull scored his third goal in as many games for the club upon his return from

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MATCH PREVIEW: Cefn Druids v Cardiff Met

Cefn Druids play their first home game of the season at The New Saints home ground of Park Hall as they play recently promoted Welsh Football League side Cardiff Metropolitan University. This will one of six fixtures that the Druids will play from their home