Current and former Welsh Premier League managers listed as potential candidates for vacant Chester job

A current Welsh Premier League manager, alongside those who have managed in the Welsh top flight, have been linked with the vacant Chester job. Chester who were relegated to the Vanarama National League North, parted company with manager Marcus Bignot last month and are now identifying a successor, to spearhead a

Undy Athletic manager Laurence Owen calls time on managerial career

Long-serving manager Laurence Owen will leave the dugout at The Causeway at the end of the season, after confirming his retirement from management. After 32 years in management, the 52-year-old is to stand down at the end of the campaign, with Undy Athletic sitting in a comfortable 6th position. With only

Former Wales stars John Hartson and Robbie Savage attend Cardiff Combination League fixture

Dydd Sul yma wnaeth John Hartson a Robbie Savage cymryd eu camau cyntaf fel rheolwyr pêl-droed gyda @AberExiles a @btsport https://t.co/ujZ3FBDa7i ⚽⚽⚽🏆⚽⚽⚽ pic.twitter.com/YaTCiyKJKS — BT Cymru Wales (@BTCymruWales) April 9, 2018 Sunday's game between Aberystwyth Exiles and Cathays Conservatives has two familiar guests in attendance at Llanrumney University Fields on Sunday afternoon. Former

Cardiff Metropolitan University 3-2 Cardiff City – Former Bluebird Murray haunts old side with late winner

Cardiff Metropolitan University bounced back from their League Cup final defeat, by defeating City rivals Cardiff City in dramatic fashion. It keeps the gap at five points as the league season with the Archers winning their penultimate home game, before they host Caernarfon Town next week, knowing victory would put them

Cardiff Corinthians 2-4 Caerphilly Athletic – Composed Caerphilly condemn Corries to defeat

Caerphilly Athletic added to Cardiff Corinthians relegation worries as they consigned the Cardiff club to their seventeenth league defeat of the season.  The defeat sees the Corries eight points off Ton & Gelli, with just five games remaining for the former Welsh Football League side. Divisional newboys Caerphilly Athletic now move 16

Grange Albion 3-1 Canton Liberal – Albion see off ten-man Liberal to deny them top spot

Grange Albion denied their City rivals, the chance to claim top spot of the South Wales Alliance League Premier Division with a second-half victory over Canton Liberal. Canton had the chance to go top, with at least a point putting them top for the time being. Instead, Albion moved further away

Promotion hopefuls Caernarfon Town granted domestic licence, Llanelli rejected

Caernarfon Town will be accepted into the JD Welsh Premier League, should they win their respective division. Twenty clubs applied for the Tier One licence, with the 12 clubs currently playing in the JD Welsh Premier League all applying. Three clubs from the Welsh Football League applied, with the other five

Cardiff City Stadium and Liberty Stadium chosen as venues for FAW Finals

Cardiff City's Cardiff City Stadium and Swansea City's Liberty Stadium will be the venues for the FAW Women's Cup and FAW Youth Cup Final. Both finals will be contested between Cardiff City and Swansea City, who have reached the finals in the respective competitions. The first final is the FAW Women's

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,