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Arsenal legend and Sky pundit Thierry Henry has praised Bala Town's Colin Caton for their Welsh Cup win this season.
He's most well known for his glittering career as a player where he won a World Cup, a European Championship, a Champions League, two La Liga titles and
Bala Town have made one of the biggest signings of the summer so far, securing prolific centre forward Les Davies from rivals Connah's Quay Nomads.
Davies, also known as a 'Y Truck,' is one of the most prolific names in the history of the Welsh Premier League.
He made his name at
For every football club, there will be a player that supporters, players and chairmen remember and for Ton & Gelli that could be their very own Dorian Sweet.
Before embarking on an incredible adventure for the Ton, Sweet was banging the goals away for Rhondda League side Treorchy. In the 2009/2010
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Bala Town, Bangor Ciy and the Connahs Quay Nomads will be representing the Welsh Premier League in Europe next season but who could they be coming up against?
Bala Town gained entry to Europe after finishing Third in the Welsh Premier League, as well as beating the Champions
Airbus UK Broughton have moved to sign Wes Baynes after the right back left Connah's Quay Nomads last week.
A product of Wrexham and a former Colwyn Bay captain, Baynes cemented a place in Andy Morrison's first team making 55 appearances for Nomads.
Irony in Baynes' signing will not be lost on
Last week we asked Y Clwb Pel Droed readers to decide their Welsh National League Premier Division 'Team of the Season', and votes have been flooding in with many positions well fought for.
Nominees included a host of Queens Park's title winning team, Brickfield Rangers' impressive squad and FAW Trophy winners
The New Saints are to keep interim manager Scott Ruscoe and assistant-manager Steve Evans for their UEFA Champions League qualifier.
Long time servants of the club, Ruscoe and Evans will be given the opportunity to lead the side into Europe.
The pair don't currently possess the necessary UEFA Pro Licence qualification but
Llandudno have completed the signing of young Bangor City striker Shaun Cavanagh.
The young forward, who has represented Wales at under-18 level, is the Lakesiders’ first signing of the summer, and arrives with a reputation for being one of the most exciting young talents in domestic Welsh football.
Last season saw the
Rhyl have been handed an early boost in their bid to return to the Welsh Premier League after confirming the return of legendary defender James Brewerton.
The 37-year-old, who comes out of retirement, is expected to captain the Lilywhites over the coming campaign – their first in the Huws Gray
Bangor City's Alan Lewer has left Nantporth and taken the role as First Team Manager of Southport.
Lewer who was appointed in an apparent scouting role at the club back in 2016 has replaced former Welsh Premier League manager Andy Preece who was manager of Airbus UK last season before leaving