Ben Fawcett’s second-half strike was the difference as Haverfordwest County returned to winning ways against struggling Taffs Well. Fawcett’s 59th minute strike was the only goal as the Bluebirds earned an away win for the first time since January. Taffs Well created a majority of
Live updates from Rhiw’r Ddar as Taffs Well try to preserve their Division One status against Haverfordwest County. The hosts had a good start under caretaker boss Stevie Williams, but defeat to relegation rivals Pontypridd Town on Saturday sees them needing to fill the gap.
Luke Gullick scored twice as Pontypridd Town came out on top in the relegation six-pointer with Taffs Well at Rhiw’r Ddar. Gullick’s two goals which both came after half-time gave Lee Kendall’s side some breathing space in the battle at the bottom of Division One.
Live updates from Rhiw’r Ddar as Taffs Well host Pontypridd Town in a crucial match at the bottom of Division One in the Welsh Football League. Taffs Well have seen an upturn in form since Stevie Williams was appointed as caretaker manager following Jamie Sherwood’s
Having seen Jamie Sherwood leave his role this week, it begs the question. What has happened to Taffs Well? The club are in search of their sixth manager in sixteen months in a continued managerial merry-go-round. They look destined for the drop. They’re are embroiled
Taffs Well manager Jamie Sherwood has stood down from his role with immediate effect. Sherwood had only been in the role for five months since taking over from Adrian Needs. It was announced on Sherwood’s personal twitter that he would be leaving the club. His
👐 In 2006, Glyn Garner won his first and only 🏴 @Cymru cap against next week’s opponents 🇹🇹 @TTFootballAssoc. 📽️ I’ve put together this MoJo video, where he discusses what it was like to represent his country and how the call up came about. 👇
Taffs Well will host both Welsh Football League Cup semi-finals at their Rhiw’r Ddar home it has been announced. Cup holders Trefelin BGC will defend their trophy against Penydarren BGC in the first tie, which is scheduled for the 23rd April. Division Three side Ynysygerwn
A brace from substitute Sam Jones helped Cambrian and Clydach Vale to a 3-0 win against strugglers Taff’s Well, as Dane Williams’ men kept their unbeaten away record intact. Jones entered the fray in the 68th minute and popped up with two goals in the
Relegation-threatened Taffs Well host Division One title-chasing Cambrian & Clydach Vale at Rhiw’r Ddar this evening. Taffs Well were scheduled to face Briton Ferry Llansawel, but weather caused a postponement. Cambrian & Clydach Vale drew with Ammanford on Friday evening. The Wellmen have only won