Penydarren BGC will compete in their first Welsh League Cup final after knocking out Cup holders Trefelin. Despite being forced to play with ten men for 70 minutes after Alex Long’s early dismissal, Christopher Colvin’s second-half brace inspired Penydarren to victory over promotion rivals Trefelin.
Trefelin boss Richie Ryan says he’s been impressed with tonight’s semi-final opponents Penydarren Boys & Girls Club. Welsh Football League Cup holders Trefelin will play fellow Division Three side Penydarren Boys & Girls Club at Taffs Well tonight in the semi-final of the competition. Both
Live updates from Taffs Well’s Rhiw’r Ddar as Cup holders Trefelin take on Penydarren. It’s an all Division Three semi-final after the two promotion hopefuls made it to the semi-final stage. Trefelin won the competition after beating Llanelli Town last season. Both sides make the
Aberdare Town have confirmed that manager Simon Jones, who was appointed last summer, will continue to lead the team in Welsh League Division Three next season. A statement on the club’s website said: “it was felt only right by the Club’s committee to allow Simon
PENYBONT will take a major step towards securing the Welsh League Division One title with a victory on the road this weekend. Standing in their way of a potential first-time promotion to the top tier, however, are Cambrian & Clydach who are hot on their
Trethomas Bluebirds have announced that they have appointed Mark Dunford to take over as the club’s new first team manager at the end of the season. The Welsh League Division Three side are currently third in the table, just four points behind Penrhiwceiber in second,
Taffs Well will host both Welsh Football League Cup semi-finals at their Rhiw’r Ddar home it has been announced. Cup holders Trefelin BGC will defend their trophy against Penydarren BGC in the first tie, which is scheduled for the 23rd April. Division Three side Ynysygerwn
Trethomas Bluebirds manager Andrew Diggle is to stand down from his role at the end of the season. The Bluebirds boss is to leave his role due to work and family commitments, with the decision taken in November, having notified the clubs, Chairman. Diggle will
A tier three side is guaranteed to be playing in the final of the Welsh Football League Cup after the draw was done this evening. Cup holders Trefelin Boys & Girls Club will play last season’s JD Welsh Cup Quarter-Finalists Penydarren Boys & Girls Club
Division Three side Penydarren Boys & Girls Club beat the freeze as they knocked STM Sports out of the Welsh Football League Cup yesterday. Alex Long, Joshua Brogden and Sam Gamble all netted on the half-hour mark as the lower league outfit showcased their dominance.