Nantwich forward Jordan Davies could be about to cross the Denbighshire divide, by joining Cymru Alliance League side Rhyl. The Lilywhites are awaiting international clearance after Davies spent a season and a quarter with tier seven English club Nantwich. Dean Jones of the Rhyl Journal say
Recently relegated Prestatyn Town have been taken over by a three-person consortium. Dave Farrell, Neal Colakoglu and cousin Salih took control of the club on Monday. Rhyl Journal report that the club are aiming to implement a 3G pitch, as well as a two-storey clubhouse,
Prestatyn Town manager Leon Field says it is Bangor City who will the Cymru Alliance title and not their Denbighshire rivals Rhyl. The Lilywhites have been assessed as potential title contenders, with the Rhyl Journal predicting they will pip the Citizens to the Cymru Alliance
Prestatyn Town have appointed join managers Leon Field and Ryan Turner as the men to succeed Gareth Wilson. Wilson stood down from his role, having only been appointed in April, after being named interim boss as the Seasiders were relegated from the Welsh Premier League.
[media-credit name=”Rhys Skinner” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] Gareth Wilson is the latest name to leave Bastion Gardens, following Prestatyn Towns’ relegation to the Cymru Alliance. Wilson who took the role on a Caretaker basis after Niall Gibson’s shock departure to the Connah’s Quay Nomads agreed to take
Caernarfon Town will be accepted into the JD Welsh Premier League, should they win their respective division. Twenty clubs applied for the Tier One licence, with the 12 clubs currently playing in the JD Welsh Premier League all applying. Three clubs from the Welsh Football
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.