Live updates from The Willows as Bridgend Street host Aberbargoed Buds in the Welsh Football League. Aberbargoed Buds continue to clear a backlog of fixtures with another nine games to go after this evenings game. Bridgend Street haven’t won since the 23rd February and in
Cwmamman United have announced that first team manager Eirian Rees will be standing down from his role at the end of the season. Rees has been a long-serving manager at the football club, having managed over 700 games during his reign, but will step down
And @AberBluebirdsFC are promoted to the Welsh Football League after a nervy 1-0 win over @CwmbranTown. All the action on my vlog. Out soon! pic.twitter.com/ZXFTjaHF56 — John McAllister (@john_mcal) April 9, 2019 Abertillery Bluebirds have this evening been promoted to the Welsh Football League. The
Live updates from Cwmbran Stadium as Abertillery Bluebirds close in on promotion to the Welsh Football League. The Bluebirds have been out of the Welsh League for five years, but a win this evening would see them return to the fourth tier of Welsh football.
STM Sports manager Dale Gardiner says each remaining game is a ‘Cup Final’ in their quest for promotion. The Cardiff side have eight games remaining in their League season as they look to make history by being one of the first sides in the first
STM Sports AFC’s Tom Burridge has said that they will “all want the same thing” after making his home debut in Saturday’s 4-2 win over Caerau Ely. Burridge, who previously played for Cardiff City Under 23s and Taffs Well has only been with STM for
STM Sports AFC goal-scorers Calum Bateman and Lamin Conteh both expressed delight in their 4-2 victory over Caerau Ely. Saturday’s win saw STM move into third in the table on 51 points, two points, and positions behind Caldicot Town. Conteh opened the scoring with a
An Eliot Scotcher stoppage-time penalty for Haverfordwest County put a slight dent into Penybont’s title push. Scotcher’s penalty cancelled out Cullen Kinsella’s 43rd-minute effort in the first half to secure a point for a battling Bluebirds side. Haverfordwest County are unable to catch league leaders
Live updates from the KYMCO Stadium as promotion rivals Penybont host Haverfordwest County as both sides chase the Welsh Premier League dream. Both sides successfully obtained the Tier One Licence last week which would allow them to play in the top tier of Welsh football.
Porthcawl Town Athletic have won promotion to the South Wales Alliance League Premier Division. They beat local rivals Cornelly United 2-0 thanks to goals from Jorge Crofts and Sam Comley as they confirmed their place in the next level of Welsh football. Jones’ side already