STM Sports moved to within two points of the promotion spots after a clinical display against Llwydcoed at Llanrumney University Fields. Andy Gardiner, Ben Ahmun, player-manager Dale Gardiner, Josh Graham and Marcus Jones all scored in what was a clinical showing from Dale Gardiner’s men.
STM Sports host AFC Llwydcoed at Llanrumney University fields as they aim to move in to the top four. With clubs like Bridgend Street and Caerau Ely not playing today due to a waterlogged pitch, STM Sports can move up the table with a victory
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
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
Caerau Ely have announced that they have secured the services of Pontypridd player Danny Hooper. The Welsh League Division Two side have snapped up the player, whose versatility has seen him play both left-back and centre midfield for his former club Pontypridd Town. Hooper will
Bridgend Street came from behind to beat Monmouth Town at The Willows this afternoon as they moved closer to the promotion spots in the Welsh League Division Two. A two-minute salvo in the first half from Nicky Davison cancelled out Leo Ross’ opener and provided
Division Two side STM Sports have completed the signing of Barry Town United midfielder Marcus Jones. Jones joins the Cardiff based club, having spent five months at Jenner Park Stadium, following his move from Taffs Well. The Division Two promotion hopefuls fended off interest from
Caerau Ely manager Craig Sampson says stabilisation of the club is the task he has been set at the Cardiff West club. The Young Guns were relegated last season, having not obtained the Tier Two licence, as well as finishing second from bottom. Caerau Ely
Promotion hopefuls Swansea University host in-form Abergavenny Town at Sketty Lane this afternoon. Ben Bannon’s side are currently second in the Welsh Football League Division Two. They most recently won the Club and Manager of the Month award for September. You can follow live updates