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
Aberystwyth Town have signed experienced goalkeeper Terry McCormick. McCormick will go straight into the matchday squad, for the televised game against Cardiff Metropolitan University at Park Avenue this Friday. The 34-year-old returns to the Welsh football scene, having left Brickfield Rangers back in November 2017.
Following a fantastic season in the Welsh Premier League, this season Bangor City find themselves in the Huws Gray Alliance following failing to get their domestic license, in what promises to be an exciting Huws Gray Alliance season. With Bangor City, Rhyl, Airbus UK Broughton already
CPD Porthmadog manager Craig Papirnyk believes we’re in for an exciting season in the Cymru Alliance League. The league boasts Welsh Premier League runners-up Bangor City after their demotion last season, as well as former champions Rhyl and Airbus UK. Porthmadog themselves are a former
Forward John Owen has returned to Maesdu Park, after leaving Aberystwyth Town, whilst Bangor City forward George Harry has also joined him at Llandudno. The 25-year-old left Llandudno in January of last year, joining Aberystwyth Town, where he reached the Welsh Cup final with the
Embed from Getty Images Former Welsh Premier League goalkeeper Lee Kendall has joined Gavin Chesterfield’s coaching staff, as his goalkeeping coach. The 37-year-old returns to Bary Town United, having played a total of 14 times back in 2000, after signing on loan from Crystal Palace.
The Connah’s Quay Nomads play at Rhyl’s Belle Vue Stadium as Belarusian side Shakhtyor Soligorsk travel to North Wales. It’s the third consecutive European campaign for the Nomads. In their last campaign, they beat the Finnish champions HJK Helsinki 1-0, before losing 3-1 in the
Connah’s Quay Nomads play Belarusian side Shakhtyor Soligorsk at Rhyl’s Belle Vue Stadium this Thursday. The Welsh Cup winners are the only team left remaining in the UEFA Europa League, after Bala Town and Cefn Druids lost to Tre Fiori and FK Trakai last week.