Queens Park promotion confirmed after ground inspection

Welsh National League Premier Division champions Queens Park have had their promotion to the Huws Gray Alliance confirmed today. The Wrexham-based outfit will now play in the second tier, following their new ground share facilities at Lex Glyndwr's Stantsy Park passing a pitch inspection. The inspection is part of new second tier

Ambitious Harrison flattered by Hartlepool link

The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says he is “flattered” by reported interest from Hartlepool United, and admits his long-term future may lie away from Park Hall. Harrison is currently preparing his side for their JD Welsh Cup final against Bala Town on Sunday, with reports this week linking the former

Four fight to avoid Welsh League drop

With just a matter of weeks to go in the season, four clubs are battling it out at the bottom of Division Three to maintain their Welsh League status. Falling out of the Welsh Leagues involves dropping down into local leagues that are increasingly competitive and tough to achieve promotion from.

Draconians Maxwell has Welsh League ambitions

Cardiff Draconian's title winning manager Layton Maxwell has said that the club has ambitions of the Welsh League after their recent title win. The club made their ambitions of the Welsh League in a club newsletter as they look to secure funding to make sure their Llanidloes Road pitch is capable

The highs and lows of Gavin Chesterfield’s 10 years at Barry Town United

Gavin Chesterfield

Gavin Chesterfield has been through just about it all at Barry Town United and following his side's promotion to the Welsh Premier League in his 10th year at the club, we get a chance to take a look at the highs and lows he's experienced managing the club. Chesterfield was appointed

Dinas Powys Ladies secure title with seven goal win

Dinas Powys Ladies secured the South Wales Womens & Girls League title on Sunday afternoon with a 7-1 demolition of Abertillery. Knowing they were just three points from the title, Dinas pushed from the start to force a number of corners. However, hosts Abertillery held their own, sucessfully holding their championship