Connah’s Quay Nomads won a lively encounter over Cardiff Met at the Cyncoed Campus to move back top of the Welsh Premier League. Two first-half goals from Callum Morris and Declan Poole and one in the second half from Andy Owens helped set the Nomads
Christian Edwards praised his team as they reached the quarter finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup with what he calls as “some of the best” football they have played all season. Edwards, who guided Cardiff Met to their second successive quarter finals hopes that their
Cardiff Metropolitan ended Carmarthen Town’s Nathaniel MG Cup hopes at Cyncoed Campus this Tuesday evening, as goals from Rhys Thomas, Chris Baker and Tim Parker sent the Archers on their way to a 3-1 win. The home side got off to the worst possible start
Cardiff Met’s Chrisitan Edwards feels his side need to be more “clinical” as they fell to a 1-0 defeat against Llandudno in Sunday’s game at Cyncoed Campus. Toby Jones’s 70th minute strike was the difference between the two sides as The Seasiders picked up their
Llandudno makes the long journey down to the capital on Sunday, aiming to build on their first league win last week. We’ll be providing live updates from the game. Iwan Williams’ side were winless in four league games before beating Barry Town United at Maesdu
Cardiff Metropolitan University manager Christian Edwards says winning was all that mattered after their opening day victory. Two early goals from Eliot Evans and Dan Spencer helped met on their way for a 2-1 win over Newtown, as they rode out the wave of attacks
Cardiff Metropolitan University host Hull City Under-23’s at Cyncoed Campus in their final pre-season fixture before their season opener on Friday. The Archers host Newtown on Friday evening at Cyncoed Campus, whilst the Tigers return to competitive action when they host Colchester United next Sunday.