Embed from Getty Images Mark ‘Jonah’ Jones is shortly expected to name his Wales C squad for their upcoming Challenge Match against England this month. England boss Paul Fairclough has already named his squad with Southern League forward Brandon Goodship a surprise call-up, as the
Barry Town United forward Kayne McLaggon says their aim of European football is reaching ever closer after netting a hat-trick against Cambrian & Clydach Vale yesterday. McLaggon netted on three occasions as he put brought his side level and put Barry in front twice, to
Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield says his sides Boxing Day win over Cardiff Metropolitan was a good advertisement for Welsh Premier League football. Kayne McLaggon and captain Jordan Cotterill netted in the first-half to give Barry the victory and top spot in the JD
Barry Town United will go into the New Year top of the pile following their narrow victory over South Wales rivals Cardiff Metropolitan. First half-goals from captain Jordan Cotterill and Kayne McLaggon gave Gavin Chesterfield’s side the victory in the early kick-off of the day,
Barry Town United returned to third of the table, after beating Carmarthen Town at a windy Jenner Park Stadium. Chris Hugh’s first goal of the season, gave Gavin Chesterfield’s men, their fifth consecutive home victory. The Old Gold have now lost all four of their
Connah’s Quay closed the gap at the top to just one point, as they saw off the challenge off Llandudno. Llandudno had won their last two games but were powerless to resist as Andy Morrison’s men ran riot at Maesdu Park. In the other games
Barry Town United ran out winners in pre-season for the second time in just a couple of days but the result was overshadowed with captain Jordan Cotterill going off with what looked like a serious injury.
Jordan Cotterill and substitute Drew Fahiya both scored as Barry won their sixth game on the spin and sealed the Seasiders fate as their first season back in the JD Welsh Premier League came to an abrupt ending.
Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield was in a vibrant mood as he looked ahead to his side’s trip to Bala Town this Saturday following their first loss in five outings against Cefn Druids at Jenner Park last time out. The Barry Town United manager remained