Canton Liberal manager Daniel Tanhai has hailed the character of his squad following their 2-1 away win over Trebanog on Saturday. Tanhai’s men came out on top in a narrow victory, which was just their eighth game of the season and their third win. Their
Sully Sports manager Nathan Nurton says his side aren’t finished yet in the JD Welsh Cup as they aim for scalp against Cwmbran Celtic. The Vale of Glamorgan side have so far beaten Brecon Corries, Cardiff Draconians and Rogerstone to reach this stage. On Saturday,
Abertillery Bluebirds booked their place into the draw for Round Four of the FAW Trophy as they beat Cardiff Draconians. Goals in both halves gave the Gwent County League leaders a home victory over the Draconians, who are fourth in the South Wales Alliance League.
The South Wales FA are in search of a new manager, following the departure of Stephen Green, who has stood down from his role. After eight years in the role, where he oversaw his side progress to the Intermediate Round this year, as well as
Cefn Cribwr’s long term servant Scott Dryden says that the clubs Division One title win ranks as his highest achievement with the club. They finished two points above Garw, to win the Division One title. It was the clubs second consecutive promotion after being promoted
Blaenrhonda and Penydarren Boys & Girls Club meet in the W.J. Owen Cup Final this evening, with Penydarren aiming to retain the Cup. Both sides have remained unbeaten throughout their league campaign, with one of these sides certain to suffer defeat in a South Wales
Penydarren BGC take on Blaenrhondda AFC tomorrow evening at the Lakeside Sports Academy in the final of the W.J. Owen Cup. Pen skipper Alex Lloyd is looking forward to the game, and is fully aware that his players will need another strong performance if they’re
This season’s W John Own Cup final will take place at Cambrian Lakeside Academy (the home of Welsh League Division outfit Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC) on Wednesday 23rd May with a 7pm kick-off. The final will be contested by Penydarren BGC and Blaenrhondda AFC.
Penydarren Boys & Girls Club will be playing in the Welsh Football League next season after beating Cardiff Draconians. Promotion and the League Title was confirmed after they won 2-0 at their The Bont Playing Fields in front of a bumper crowd as they anticipated