Live updates from Rhiw’r Ddar as Taffs Well hosts its second Welsh Football League Cup semi-final. Penydarren were the first side to progress to the final and will be joined by either Ynysygerwn or Penybont. Ynysygerwn have never been in the final, whilst the last
Embed from Getty Images Ynysygerwn boss Nicholas Maggs says reaching the final of the League Cup could bolster the clubs stature. The Neath based side take on Division One winners Penybont this evening at Taff Well’s Rhiw’r Ddar. The winner will take on Penydarren BGC
Live updates from Rhiw’r Ddar as Taffs Well try to preserve their Division One status against Haverfordwest County. The hosts had a good start under caretaker boss Stevie Williams, but defeat to relegation rivals Pontypridd Town on Saturday sees them needing to fill the gap.
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
Live updates from the KYMCO Stadium as promotion rivals Penybont host Haverfordwest County as both sides chase the Welsh Premier League dream. Both sides successfully obtained the Tier One Licence last week which would allow them to play in the top tier of Welsh football.
Goytre have signed forward Kaid Mohamed from Haverfordwest County, whilst Dan Macdonald has returned to the club. Mohamed joins the Gwent outfit, having only signed for the Bluebirds in December, whilst Dan MacDonald has rejoined from the club from Cinderford Town. Former Panteg goalkeeper Ben
Pontypridd Town’s newly appointed manager Lee Kendall says he’s looking forward to putting his stamp on things after his appointment. The Welsh Premier League veteran goalkeeper took charge of his first job in senior management, having taken over from Gavin Beddard earlier this week. His
Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths was delighted with his side’s 3-0 victory over Haverfordwest County last night, but was keen to downplay the significance of the victory in securing the Division One title. A brace from Cullen Kinsella and a goal from Kostya Georgievsky gave Penybont
Embed from Getty Images Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths says opponents Haverfordwest County need a victory more than themselves this evening in their top of the table clash. Griffiths is taking his unbeaten Penybont side to West Wales, in the first meeting between these two sides
Haverfordwest County host title rivals Penybont at the Bridge Meadow Stadium in a giant clash at the top of the Welsh League. The Bridgend club can open up an eight-point gap over nearest placed Haverfordwest County, should they claim victory over Wayne Jones’ side. This