The JD Welsh Cup third round commences on Saturday, and the big boys have arrived to take part in the competition.
The third round heralds the entry of all 12 JD Welsh Premier League clubs, who all bar two have drawn lower league opposition.
And while the top flight clubs' chances look
Colin Caton has added to his Bala Town side by signing central midfielder Hyuga Tanner on a free transfer, following his release from Bolton Wanderers.
The 20-year-old can operate both a defensive midfielder, as well as an attacking midfielder, adding some spark into the centre of the pitch for the Lakesiders.
This weekend 32 clubs across Wales continue the quest for glory in the third round of the Welsh Cup. The draw meant many of the clubs from South Wales will be on the road this weekend for long journeys to north Wales.
Among the travellers are the three remaining representatives
Andy Thomas has stepped down from his role as Airbus manager and will become assistant to new manager Steve O' Shaughnessy with immediate effect.
The Huws Gray Alliance club will now be led by O' Shaugnessy, who joined the club last season as assistant manager.
He became a Wingmaker at a turbulent
Barry Town United's form has taken a dip of form late and after losing two successive matches in the Welsh Premier League, could a win over Caernarfon Town help them build momentum going into the Welsh Premier League? 21131
With 15 weeks of the JD Welsh Premier League now passed, an unprecedented four teams are in contention for a title race whilst the rest of the table remains extremely tight with the Phase One split coming thick and fast.
Bangor 5-0 Bala Town
Bangor City have well and truly thrown their hat
An evening kick off graced the Cyncoed Campus this Wednesday as Cardiff Metropolitan University faced Newtown AFC in the semi-final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
A place in the final beckoned for either side that could take advantage, with either The New Saints or Connah's Quay Nomads awaiting them, with the fixture being
Cwmbran Celtic boss Lee Challenger has called on his side to replicate their JD Welsh Cup run of 2016, as they travel to the Connah's Quay Nomads this weekend.
Challenger who played as a defender in the Cup run, played in the clubs quarter-final defeat to Port Talbot Town, will now
Aberystwyth Town's Park Avenue has been chosen as the venue for the Nathaniel MG Cup final between Cardiff Metropolitan University and The New Saints on the 20th January 2018.
It's the first time since 2015 that the final has been held at Park Avenue, where Carmarthen Town reigned victorious over Bala
Andy Morrison confirmed that he was happy with his side's performance as he saw the Nomads put in a professional performance to earn a point against Cardiff Met at Cyncoed Campus on Sunday afternoon. 21133