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
Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield admitted his side weren’t good enough against Cardiff Met in the European play-off semi-final as they lost 4-1, but praised their remarkable first season back in the Welsh Premier League for 13 years.
Clwb Pel-Droed caught up with Barry Town United goalkeeper Mike Lewis this week ahead of the Vale of Glamorgan’s outfit Welsh Premier League clash with Aberyswyth Town. Lewis admitted he is relishing the Welsh Premier League challenge and he can’t wait to get started ahead
Clwb Pel-Droed caught up with Barry Town United shot-stopper Mike Lewis this week, as he reflected on his stellar performances in goals this season, and what it’s like to work under manager Gavin Chesterfield. – You’re having the season of your life, and have kept 12 clean
Scorers: Seargeant (78′,83′,89′), Cieselwicz (79′) Attendance: 1,116 It was Barry who started the brighter of the two teams in a bitterly cold night at Cardiff metropolitan’s Cyncoed Campus. In the first two minutes TJ Naji found himself in acres of space only for his shot
Barry Town United held Penybont to an admirable point after being outplayed for the majority of the game at Jenner Park. Prior to the game there was a minute’s silence held for the 16-year-old who tragically lost his life near to Jenner Park’s stadium. Town,