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#JDWelshCup Barry Town United v Penybont

It’s an all Division One affair in the JD Welsh Cup as Rhys Griffiths’ men travel to Jenner Park on Saturday for a place in Round Three up for grabs. It will be the the second of three cup games Barry Town will have played

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#JDWelshCup Taffs Well v Llanelli Town

Llanelli Town travel to Rhiw Dda’r this Friday evening as both teams look to secure a place in Round Three of the Welsh Cup. Both teams were victorious last week in the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup, both scoring four in their respective games as well

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“Some of the players look like different men to when I first started! It’s surprising how much psychology has to do with football at this level.” – A Q&A with Gareth Evans, Kidwelly Town Reserves Manager.

After fourteen years a senior player in the Carmarthenshire leagues, Kidwelly Town centre half Gareth Evans decided to look for something else from the game, a new challenge- but remain at the club that has been close to his heart.  The vacancy arose at the

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Ruane returns in Nomads recall

gap Connah’s Quay Nomads striker Ashley Ruane has been recalled from his loan spell at Cefn Druids, it was announced today. The recall comes earlier than expected, with Ruane originally sent on loan to The Rock from August 2016 to January 2017. The early-recall comes

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Opinion: Is the WPL season already over?

The New Saints’ comprehensive 3-0 win over gap Connah’s Quay Nomads last week was a result good for the champions, but damning for others.  The result, coming from a well worked performance from Craig Harrison’s men, sent TNS 15 points clear of 2nd placed Connah’s

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Mynydd Llandegi vs Greenfield

Mynydd Llandegi, the lowest ranking team left in the JD Welsh Cup, welcome Greenfield on Saturday in the biggest fixture in the club’s history. Mynydd Llandegi have caused shocks already to get to this stage of the competition, after beating division one sides Llandudno Junction

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Taylor caretaker as Dutton departs FC Nomads

FC Nomads of Connah’s Quay manager Andrew Dutton has left the Welsh National Premier Division club, it has been announced today. The departure is not one of footballing reasons, with personal commitment forcing Dutton to end his five month spell at the club. Dutton guided