Carmarthen Town have signed Welsh League duo Elliot Scotcher and Josh Bull from Cwmbran Celtic and Haverfordwest County. After the conclusion of the Welsh Premier League season, Neil Smothers has added two new faces to the Old Gold squad. Bull and Scotcher are two of
An Eliot Scotcher stoppage-time penalty for Haverfordwest County put a slight dent into Penybont’s title push. Scotcher’s penalty cancelled out Cullen Kinsella’s 43rd-minute effort in the first half to secure a point for a battling Bluebirds side. Haverfordwest County are unable to catch league leaders
Haverfordwest County narrowed the gap on Penybont to two points as they finished the year on a high after comfortably beating Ton Pentre. All the damage was done in the first forty-five minutes. Three first-half goals put Haverfordwest on course as they cruised to victory.
Haverfordwest County recorded a comprehensive victory over Pontypridd Town in tough conditions at Leckwith Stadium. The Bluebirds are back into the top three with the victory, whilst Pontypridd saw relegation rivals Port Talbot Town pick up three unlikely points against Cwmbran Celtic. Jack Wilson scored
Cardiff Metropolitan taught promotion hopefuls Haverfordwest County a harsh lesson as they demolished the Bluebirds to reach the semi-finals of the League Cup. Haverfordwest County, who are second in the Welsh Football League, were humbled by sixth-placed in the Welsh Premier League, Cardiff Metropolitan. Adam
Cardiff Metropolitan and Haverfordwest County do battle at Cyncoed Campus, for a place in the semi-finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup. The two did battle for promotion in the 14/15 season when Haverfordwest County pipped the students to the second spot after Caerau Ely won
Seven goals beteeen then yesterday @LeeTrundle10 @DanJWilliams10 🔵⚽️🏴 pic.twitter.com/YmlUZnWSVi — Haverfordwest County AFC 🏴 (@HaverfordwestFC) August 19, 2018 Summer signing Lee Trundle got off the mark in the perfect fashion, scoring four goals against new boys Pontypridd Town. The Bluebirds saw off Division Two champions
Barry Town have further added to their ranks ahead of their Welsh Premier League campaign, bringing in former Ipswich Town midfielder Elliot Scotcher. The 23 year-old becomes Barry Town United’s third signing of the summer alongside striker Kayne McLaggon and promising young winger Samuel Jones.