New Saints claim seventh consecutive title after Bala defeat to Nomads

The New Saints have been crowned champions of the JD Welsh Premier League for the seventh year running. Bala's inability to beat the Connah's Quay Nomads on Friday evening meant that the title was heading to Oswestry. It is the second piece of silverware that The New Saints have won,

Trethomas Bluebirds 1-1 Trefelin BGC – Richard Ryan’s side drop points in bid to claim WFL3 title

Trefelin BGC extended their unbeaten run this season in Welsh League Division Three to 21 games with a 1-1 draw away to in-form Trethomas Bluebirds. However, Richard Ryan’s side will see this as two points dropped after squandering several clear chances, as well as playing more than half an hour against

Nana Baah says Caerau Ely can survive drop after achieving ‘impossible’ with Young Guns

In recent years no-one has been more synonymous with Caerau (Ely) Football Club than Nana Baah. A former Welsh League player with the likes of Bryntirion Athletic, Barry Town, Ton Pentre, Cwmbran Celtic and Cardiff Grange Quins, Baah, who holds a UEFA B Coaching Licence, managed the Cardiff West club

Six Reasons Why Wales’ C Team Needs a Permanent Place in the Sport

Wales C

Following Wales C's narrow 3-2 defeat to England C at Jenner Park, it has to be considered i will Welsh domestic fans will be treated to this team on a regular basis? Here are just six reasons why C team international football needs to stay in Wales. Keep Players in the

Wales C v England C: Post-match tactical analysis

Wales C team

Last nights gritty performance for the Wales C international against an England C side, made up numerous full-time player, showed that the JD Welsh Premier League is unique as a collective. Under the shining light of the Sgorio cameras, the side comprised of Welsh players based in the top flight

Wales C manager Mark Jones says his players gave him their all in England C defeat

Mark Jones

Wales C manager Mark Jones hopes his side’s performance against England will give the Welsh Premier League the credit it deserves. Wales put up a good fight but eventually fell to a 3-2 defeat at Jenner Park on Tuesday night. Dagenham and Redbridge striker Fejiri Okenabirhie netted an impressive hat-trick for England

Five things we learned as England take victory in close C International match-up

England C

Wales C suffered a narrow defeat to England C in their first semi-professional fixture as a Welsh Premier League select XI. Mark Jones' side remained competitive throughout in the game, with Fejiri Okenabirhie proving to be the difference between the two. What did we learn from the game? Wales C Team show promise

Wales C 2-3 England C – Okenabirhie’s hatrick consigns battling Wales to defeat

Wales C

Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'po4YpFkARjZ6WOzHWxAUvw',sig:'1oD4al4n9l9Fb0619FyrD3nQHJ8iE3Qbfdn_jZ7xfgI=',w:'594px',h:'342px',items:'935208966',caption: true ,tld:'',is360: false })}); Dagenham & Redbridge's Fejiri Okenababirhie was the difference as England C came out on top in their friendly with Wales C. The two sides met at Jenner Park Stadium for the first semi-professional international fixture for Wales in five years. Wales had their first opportunity