Llanelli Town were hit for six on their opening game back in the Welsh Premier League, as Welsh Cup winners Connah’s Quay ran riot at Steboneath Park. Michael Bakare scored a brace, whilst Declan Poole, Michael Wilde and Ryan Wignall scored. Laurence Wilson and Michael
It was an exciting opening weekend of JD Welsh Premier League action on Matchday One, with Caernarfon Town defeating Cefn Druids following their nine-year exit from the top-flight on Sunday being the pick of the results.
Welsh Premier League football returns to Steboneath Park as Llanelli Town host the Connah’s Quay Nomads in Llanelli’s first top-flight game in five years. The Reds finished 11th in their last Premier League campaign and were demoted to Division Three, but have won three promotions
Llanelli Town have added to their back line with the additions of Merthyr Town centre-back Scott Tancock and Penybont wing-back James Parry. Tancock is a former Wales U21 defender and has had Football League and Vanarama National League experience with Newport County and Wrexham respectively.
Llanelli Town have secured the signings of centre-back Carlos Indjai and Bangladesh international winger Reasat Khaton. Indjai replaces Llanelli Town defender Lee Bevan, who has joined Welsh League side Briton Ferry Llansawel. 28-year-old Khaton spent a majority of his career playing in the German lower league
Llanelli Town have secured the services of former Welsh Premier League managers Simon Dyer and Andy Dyer, as they prepare for life in the JD Welsh Premier League next season. Andy Hill has added the former managers to his coaching staff, as Llanelli look to
Llanelli Town striker Lee Trundle will not be playing in the JD Welsh Premier League after leaving the Reds today. The former Football League striker was brought to Stebonheath Park by former Neath striker and Llanelli boss Andy Hill two years ago after being persuaded
The chance to win the Welsh Football League Division One title was a big reason in becoming a manager says recent title winner Andy Hill. Hill recently guided Llanelli Town to the Welsh Football League title after beating Port Talbot Town 3-1 at their Victoria
Llanelli Town will join the JD Welsh Premier League next season after seeing their appeal accepted. The Reds had initially failed the FAW Domestic Licence, but after a meeting of the FAW Club Licensing Appeals Body today, Llanelli have been granted the Tier 1 Licence.