A second half comeback helped Ammanford AFC take sole charge of second place in Welsh League Division Two after a 3-1 victory against Abergavenny at a sunny Recreational ground on Sunday afternoon. The away side took the early advantage, but three unasnwered goals in the
Abergavenny Town have confirmed Ben Bannon as their new first team manager ahead of the new season, following a meeting between the club’s committee and players. Bannon takes the hot seat at the Welsh League Division Two outfit alongside returning assistant Kevin Hudson, who is
This weekend will see Abergavenny Town travel to the Rhondda valley to face Ton Pentre in an eagerly anticipated JD Welsh Cup 1st round clash. The hosts “The Bulldogs” have a proud tradition in cup football and reached the final of the competition back in
Lee Trundle scored a three minute hat-trick for Llanelli Town against Abergavenny to guide the Reds to another victory. With the game tied at 2-2 heading into the closing stages, Trundle took the game by the scruff of the neck with an injury time hat-trick.
Abergavenny Town have signed up the majority of last year’s squad ahead of their new campaign in Welsh League Division Two. The club achieved promotion last season from Division Three and have secured the services of the majority of last year’s squad for the new season.