Trefelin boss Richie Ryan says last years disappointment provided the club with motivation to achieve promotion this season. Ryan’s side narrowly missed out on promotion after missing out on goal difference to Bridgend Street. But in just his second season in charge, the former Welsh League
Live updates from Ynys Park as Trefelin close in on promotion to Division Two, standing in their way are League Cup finalists Ynysygerwn. Trefelin can be promoted to Division Two with a victory tonight, however Ynysygerwn may have a huge say on the promotion battle.
Penydarren BGC will compete in their first Welsh League Cup final after knocking out Cup holders Trefelin. Despite being forced to play with ten men for 70 minutes after Alex Long’s early dismissal, Christopher Colvin’s second-half brace inspired Penydarren to victory over promotion rivals Trefelin.
Trefelin boss Richie Ryan says he’s been impressed with tonight’s semi-final opponents Penydarren Boys & Girls Club. Welsh Football League Cup holders Trefelin will play fellow Division Three side Penydarren Boys & Girls Club at Taffs Well tonight in the semi-final of the competition. Both
Live updates from Taffs Well’s Rhiw’r Ddar as Cup holders Trefelin take on Penydarren. It’s an all Division Three semi-final after the two promotion hopefuls made it to the semi-final stage. Trefelin won the competition after beating Llanelli Town last season. Both sides make the
A tier three side is guaranteed to be playing in the final of the Welsh Football League Cup after the draw was done this evening. Cup holders Trefelin Boys & Girls Club will play last season’s JD Welsh Cup Quarter-Finalists Penydarren Boys & Girls Club
Embed from Getty Images Trefelin’s signing of Swansea City legend Lee Trundle has sent out a clear message to the Welsh Football League. The Port Talbot side mean business and want to put behind their disappointment of missing out on promotion by achieving it at
It’s been quite the year for Welsh football, with so much to celebrate from all levels of the pyramid system. All around Wales, there were plenty of stories from the Welsh domestic scene. We’ve compiled a list of reminders of what 2018 gave to Welsh football and what we can celebrate. Cambrian & Clydach shock the kings of Welsh football They
Being top or bottom at Christmas is always seen as an indicator for the remainder of the season, but is it the same for the Welsh League? Teams are the top will want the season to continue as it has done for the first half
Former Port Talbot Town, Afan Lido and Baglan BGC coach Paul Evans will be recognised on Friday night as a host of players take part in a charity match to help raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease. The 62 year-old was forced to step away