Former Afan Lido stalwart Paul Evans has returned to the Division One club as Director of Football. He left his role as manager of Lido’s main rivals Port Talbot Town last season. Evans has recently been managing Baglan Dragons in the South Wales Alliance League.
Barry Town United returned to third of the table, after beating Carmarthen Town at a windy Jenner Park Stadium. Chris Hugh’s first goal of the season, gave Gavin Chesterfield’s men, their fifth consecutive home victory. The Old Gold have now lost all four of their
Coleraine boss Rodney McAree is expecting a tough test from Irn Bru-Cup opponents Connah’s Quay Nomads. His Coleraine side will travel to the Deeside Stadium this Saturday evening, to face the Welsh Cup winners, after the Nomads reached Round Three for the first time in
Embed from Getty Images Former Bangor City manager Kevin Nicholson has been linked with the vacant hot seat with Vanarama National League South side Gloucester City. Nicholson who spent a season with Bangor City, guiding them to second place and a Welsh Cup semi-final, left
Cardiff Metropolitan and the Connah’s Quay Nomads meet at Cyncoed Campus in the final game of this week’s Welsh Premier League action. The Archers recorded a shock victory over Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints last week, demolishing them 4-1 in front of the
Cardiff Met’s Sam Snaith scored two of his side’s four goals as Met claimed a 4-1 victory over TNS in which the striker called as an “outstanding” performance from his team. Sam, took his tally to four goals for the season in just his eighth
Cardiff Metropolitan host Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints at Cyncoed Campus this afternoon. We’ll be providing live updates. The Archers play their second home game of the week after beating Carmarthen Town in the Nathaniel MG Cup on Tuesday. In the same competition
Christian Edwards praised his team as they reached the quarter finals of the Nathaniel MG Cup with what he calls as “some of the best” football they have played all season. Edwards, who guided Cardiff Met to their second successive quarter finals hopes that their
In tonight’s Nathaniel MG Cup round two action, Aberystwyth Town were the biggest casualty as they bowed out of the Cup to Division One side Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC. It’s the first time that the Rhondda club have reached this stage of the competition.
Cardiff Metropolitan host Carmarthen Town at Cyncoed Campus in Round Two of the Nathaniel MG Cup this evening. We’ll be providing live updates. The Archers will be aiming to go one step further after narrowly losing to The New Saints at Park Hall last season.