Embed from Getty Images Both tricky to beat, both adapting to a new division and both have managers adored by their supporters. These are just a few comparisons shared between English Premier League side Cardiff City and Welsh Premier League side Caernarfon Town. Caernarfon’s team
Sean Eardley is preparing his Caernarfon Town side for the challenge of returning to the JD Welsh Premier League. The Cofis manager is under no illusions how hard a task it will be, taking the North Walian side back to the top flight for the
Caernarfon Town have today announced that Alex Ramsay, Joe Williams and Danny Brookwell have all committed their futures to the club by penning long term deals. The trio will be playing in the JD Welsh Premier League next season, following the Canaries successful Cymru Alliance
After a 10-year absence, Caernarfon Town will be returning to the Welsh Premier League. A 2-0 win away at Caersws confirmed that the Canaries will be playing in Wales’ top flight next season. The lowest position that the Cofi’s can finish is second, with only
Caernarfon Town manager Sean Eardley has said that Airbus UK will be a tough test for his side when the two meet this weekend. Eardley’s men entertain the Wingmakers at The Oval in a top of the table clash with the signifcant bearing on the
Midfielder Jay Gibbs has followed in Iwan Williams’ footsteps by leaving Caernarfon to join Llandudno. Gibbs’ contract was today terminated by the Huws Gray Alliance leaders, and Tudno have wasted no time in securing his signature. The former Holyhead Hotspur man committed his future to
Caernarfon Town who already sit atop the Cymru Alliance, have made their first signing under manager Sean Eardley by re-signing centre-forward Kevin Lloyd from Conwy Borough of the third tier Welsh Alliance Division One. BREAKING NEWS! Eards makes Kev Lloyd his first Cofi signing https://t.co/rqpaTlfuXH pic.twitter.com/J3vc5ie1OF
With the festive period vastly approaching, Caernarfon Town are proudly sitting top of the Cymru Alliance this Christmas. After Rhayader’s withdrawal from the league, it’s reduced the games to 28, meaning we’re now at the halfway stage and the table begins to develop a story.
Barry Town United’s form has taken a dip of form late and after losing two successive matches in the Welsh Premier League, could a win over Caernarfon Town help them build momentum going into the Welsh Premier League?