Eleven clubs from the Gwent County League and the Welsh Football League will be eligible for promotion come the end of the season. Six teams from the South Wales Alliance League have seen their applications accepted, whilst five teams from the Gwent County League have
Chepstow Town have appointed the new management team of Ian Summers and Paul Lovell. They replace former Newport County defender Darren Jones who has left the South East Wales side. Summers leaves his role of Gwent County League Division Two side Marshfield to take up
Croesyceiliog have signed free scoring Wattsville striker Alex Bonthron to bolster their squad for the remainder of the season. Croesyceiliog lead Welsh League Division Two currently, having picked up nine wins from 15 games, but they have now added to their squad a proven striker at
(Image: Mac Morgan – Images not to be reused unless granted permission) Cefn Druids survived a potential banana skin as they progressed past Cup minnows Ynysddu Welfare to reach Round Four of the JD Welsh Cup. Dean Rittenberg and Naim Arsan scored in the first
Embed from Getty Images (Featured Image: Mac Morgan – Images not to be reused unless granted permission) Ynysddu Welfare boss Ben Murphy says playing a side of Cefn Druids calibre will be an ‘unbelievable’ experience. The Gwent County League side are the lowest ranked team
Ynyshir Albion’s manager Craig Wells says he’s expecting a tough game from Welsh Cup giant-killers Ynysddu Welfare. The Rhondda based club make the trip to Caerphilly this afternoon to play Gwent County League side Ynysddu in Round Three of the FAW Trophy. Throughout Ynyshir’s cup
(Featured Image: Mac Morgan – Images not to be reused unless granted permission) Ynysddu Welfare boss Ben Murphy says he’s eyeing a big draw in the JD Welsh Cup, should his side progress against Monmouth Town. If the fifth tier side progress to the next
Cwmbran Town manager Nicky Church says their current Welsh Cup run has brought some ‘spark’ back to the club. The Gwent County League side have had a dramatic fall from grace, having gone from the Welsh Premier League to the fifth tier of Welsh football.
Abertillery Bluebirds booked their place into the draw for Round Four of the FAW Trophy as they beat Cardiff Draconians. Goals in both halves gave the Gwent County League leaders a home victory over the Draconians, who are fourth in the South Wales Alliance League.
Panteg manager Mark Taylor has stood down from his role as manager of the Welsh League Division Three club. The JD Welsh Cup Round One defeat to Division One side Penybont was the last game in charge for Taylor, who leaves due to family and