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Ynysygerwn sign Corey Tristram

The newly promoted Ynsygerwn FC who will be playing in the Welsh League Division 3 have brought in former Tata Steel midfielder Corey Tristram after his former side withdrew from the league. Corey was a U18’s Boys Club of Wales international. The 20 year old has

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Aberyswyth Town Season Preview

The 2015/2016 season for Aberyswyth Town was one that saw them finish mid-table. With total of 46 points overall, it was a solid season for the Black and Greens, however one that they feel could have been a little more impressive considering they had the League’s golden

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An Interview with Cardiff Met keeper Will Fuller

As Cardiff Met University embark on their début campaign in the Welsh Premier League, we sent our journalist Matthew James to interview Met’s number one goalkeeper, Will Fuller, on the unique club and their ambitions for the coming season. What’s the difference between Cardiff Met Uni and

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Welsh League approve Newport City’s withdrawal U-Turn

Newport City, formerly Llanwern AFC, have been given the go ahead to continue in the Welsh League after performing a U Turn on their decision to withdraw from Division Two last month.  In a surprise, yet welcomed decision from Newport City, the club decided to overturn their

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Bala Town Season Preview

The 2015/2016 was an impressive season for Bala Town.  The small Gwynedd outfit finished second, making them the best performing part time team in the Welsh Premier League. They took the title challenge with The New Saints to the final few matches of the season, which is testament

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Andy Legg announced as new Bangor City manager

Bangor City have announced that former Llanelli Town manager Andy Legg is to become their new manager, replacing long standing manager Neville Powell who was sacked last week. After the surprise sacking of  Powell Bangor City fans were left rather shocked. Questions arose to whether

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Another Newport revival.

Newport Civil Service are one of two clubs in the Newport area that may not have existed this summer. After their relegation to the Gwent County League, the club were close to folding, along with Newport City who play in the second tier of Welsh

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Rhyl capture Toby Jones from Caernarfon

Niall McGuiness has further bolstered his Rhyl squad for the coming campaign with the announcement that they have signed striker Toby Jones from Huws Gary Alliance side Caernarfon Town. Jones has Welsh Premier League experience, having played full time football with Neath at the age