Sean Cresser has been appointed as the new Academy Director of Welsh Premier League club Carmarthen Town. He replaces Jordan Garcia, who stood down from his role two days due to new work commitments. The newly appointed Academy Director said to CarmarthenTownAFC.co.uk: “I’m delighted to
Haverfordwest County, who are currently second in Division One, welcome fourth-placed Division Two side Bridgend Street to the Bridge Meadow in the Welsh Football League Cup. Wayne Jones begins his second spell in charge of the Bluebirds, as they welcome Bridgend Street to the Bridge
Haverfordwest County have unveiled Wayne Jones as their new First Team Manager, following the departure of Sean Cresser earlier this week. Jones returns for a second spell as manager, following his departure from the West Wales club in 2016, when he took he role of
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
[media-credit name=”Chris Howells” align=”alignnone” width=”594″][/media-credit] Haverfordwest County had a positive 2017/18 campaign in the Welsh Football League Division One, finishing second, 15 points behind eventual champions Llanelli Town. The man at the helm, Sean Cresser, is optimistic that the Bluebirds will challenge once again, as
With the Welsh Football League season just over a week away, Jordan Jones gives his predictions ahead of the new season and what will happen in the final year of the League as we know it. Llanelli Town romped to the title last season, beating
The race for the Welsh League title is proving to be extremely competitive this season, with four sides having a realistic chance of lifting the trophy. Among the contenders are Haverfordwest County, whose excellent start to the season saw them lead Division One until recently.