Cardiff Metropolitan host Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints at Cyncoed Campus this afternoon. We’ll be providing live updates. The Archers play their second home game of the week after beating Carmarthen Town in the Nathaniel MG Cup on Tuesday. In the same competition
Christian Edwards praised his team as they reached the quarter finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup with what he calls as “some of the best” football they have played all season. Edwards, who guided Cardiff Met to their second successive quarter finals hopes that their
Cardiff Metropolitan University reached the quarter finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup for the second year in succession after beating Carmarthen Town 3-1 and Tim Parker aims “to do one better” this season after reaching the Final in last year’s competition. Met lost to TNS
Cardiff Metropolitan ended Carmarthen Town’s Nathaniel MG Cup hopes at Cyncoed Campus this Tuesday evening, as goals from Rhys Thomas, Chris Baker and Tim Parker sent the Archers on their way to a 3-1 win. The home side got off to the worst possible start
In tonight’s Nathaniel MG Cup round two action, Aberystwyth Town were the biggest casualty as they bowed out of the Cup to Division One side Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC. It’s the first time that the Rhondda club have reached this stage of the competition.
Carmarthen travelled to Cyncoed Campus on Tuesday evening to take on last season’s finalists Cardiff Metropolitan in the second round of the Nathaniel MG Cup. Both sides have made slightly disappointing starts to their league campaigns, and were looking to start a potential cup run
Cardiff Metropolitan host Carmarthen Town at Cyncoed Campus in Round Two of the Nathaniel MG Cup this evening. We’ll be providing live updates. The Archers will be aiming to go one step further after narrowly losing to The New Saints at Park Hall last season.
Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths will return to a ground where he has had a number of good memories over the years. Griffiths, who is in charge of the Division One side, will return to the Welsh Premier League ground when they play in Round Two
Last season was one to forget for Carmarthen Town AFC; with the Old Gold finishing 11th and relegated on paper. However, due to Bangor City’s failure to renew their WPL Licence and thus being relegated instead, Carmarthen lived to fight another day. Despite the disappointing
Haverfordwest County part company with manager Sean Cresser. The Bluebirds are currently second in Welsh League Division One, having played a game less than leaders Penybont. They have won each game they’ve played in, including a convincing Nathaniel MG Cup win over Llanelli Town. Cresser