GRIFFITHS JOINS OLD GOLD

Goytre United’s Liam Griffiths has officially made the move to Welsh Premier League outfit Carmarthen Town.  The striker joins the Old Gold from the Division One outfit with the club looking to strengthen their squad as it looks particularly thing in the forward area. Mark Jones and

Flay joins Monmouth Town

Welsh League Division One outfit Monmouth Town have announced the signing of former Wrexham trainee Bradley Flay. Once describing himself as a “clever, two-footed, and balanced creative player,” Flay could prove an exciting addition for the Kingfishers, who remain nervously looking over their shoulder after

Jamie McDaid joins Haseldin’s Wellmen

Former Bangor City and Caernarfon midfielder Jamie McDaid has joined Huws Gray Alliance side Holywell Town, after leaving Porthmadog earlier this month. McDaid has already played for Porthmadog 16 times this season, but has left the club in order to join John Haseldin’s Holywell Town in

Quick makes dash to Caerau Ely

PROLIFIC goalscorer Chris Quick has departed long term club Canton Liberal for Welsh League side Caerau Ely. Nana Baah has added an attacking reinforcement to his side in the form of Chris Quick who departs Canton Liberal after helping Liberal to four consecutive promotions. Quick

Kedward & Trethomas win Monthly awards

Gareth Kedward of Trethomas Bluebirds has won the Manager of the Month in the Welsh Football League awards for December. Trethomas who are enjoying their time in the Welsh League Division Three following their promotion from the Gwent County League last year currently sit top

Dafabet WPL Phase Two fixtures announced

The Dafabet Welsh Premier League has released the fixture schedule for phase two this afternoon.  The first phase two card commences on the weekend of February 4, with the Gwynedd derby between Bangor City and Bala Town being televised live on Sgorio.  The New Saints

MATCH REVIEW: Bridgend Street 1-0 Taffs Well

The visitors arrived in Tremorfa as big favourites not just due to League status but also an amazing League Cup record to boast, however it was the Street who triumphed as surprising 1-0 victors on Saturday. The bumper crowd turned out with all the ingredients

Two great teams, one Cup final – The History

Barry Town United face TNS in the Nathaniel MG Cup final on Saturday but what side has been a more successful Welsh League Cup winning team? Both teams have been massively successful but it’s TNS who come out on top. The New Saints have won

Nine from Nomads up for international duty

gap Connah’s Quay Nomads have had nine of their youth players selected for Welsh international duty. A host of regular players in the club’s Under 19s / development squad will face Australia whilst representing Wales Colleges U19s. Jake Van Schie, Callum Cross, recent FC Nomads