Pontyclun 0-0 Tredegar Town – points shared in entertaining encounter between two of WL3’s surprise packages

Pontyclun and Tredegar Town played out a goalless draw at Ivor Park in a Welsh League Division Three encounter. Despite failing to trouble the scoreboard there was no shortage of enterprise from both sides and on another day the sides could easily have shared five or six goals. The rain and snow

Pontypridd Town 3-3 Trefelin BGC (Trefelin won 4-2 on penalties) – Division Three outfit reach the Welsh League Cup final for the first time in their history

Trefelin Boys and Girls Club progressed to the Welsh Football League Cup final for the first time in their history with a penalty shoot-out win over Pontypridd Town following a pulsating and dramatic semi-final at Aberaman Park. Jordan Edwards scored the winning penalty after misses by Pontypridd Town’s Bobby Briers and

Goytre United 4-2 Ton Pentre – Rhondda Bulldogs’ survival bid suffers another blow

Ton Pentre’s bid to avoid relegation from Welsh League Division One took another blow as they succumbed to defeat at Goytre United. Despite a determined performance in which they competed well with their hosts for more than an hour, even clawing back a two-goal deficit before half-time, the Rhondda Bulldogs suffered

Welsh Football League Round-Up – Wins for leaders of all three divisions; Cwmamman United and Dinas Powys win to boost survival bids

Llanelli Town moved three points clear at the top of Division One after an entertaining 5-3 win over Cwmbran Celtic at Stebonheath Park. Captain Joe Clarke was the hero for The Reds scoring a hat-trick. James Loveridge and a 25-yard screamer from Kurtis Marsh completed the scoring for Andy Hill’s outfit.

Llanelli Town 5-3 Cwmbran Celtic – Joe Clarke hat-trick seals Reds win ahead of ‘title decider’

Llanelli Town captain Joe Clarke was the match-winner, scoring a hat-trick as the Welsh League leaders overcame a tough examination from a spirited Cwmbran Celtic side at Stebonheath Park. Clarke struck his first goal in the sixth minute, heading home a left-wing cross. James Loveridge doubled The Reds’ lead before two

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

Afan Lido 1-2 Haverfordwest County – Sean Cresser’s side win at rivals to get back on track in pursuit of the Welsh League title

Afan Lido

Haverfordwest County ended a run of three consecutive defeats with a dominant win at Afan Lido. The victory means the Pembrokeshire side retain realistic hopes of challenging Llanelli Town for the Welsh League title and promotion to the Welsh Premier League. The defeat means Afan Lido’s challenge for this season has

Welsh League Round-Up – Trundle helps Llanelli Town extend WFL1 lead; Ponty suffer Major slip-up; Swansea Uni and Trefelin tighten grip on promotion

Cortez Belle

Llanelli Town extended their lead at the top of Welsh Football League Division One with a 2-0 victory over Goytre at Stebonheath Park on Friday night. Lee Trundle and Liam Samuel with goals for The Reds. Penybont remain second despite losing 3-0 at Cwmbran Celtic, as well as having three points

Welsh League Round-up – Penybont stay top of Division One, Llanelli Town in hot pursuit; Llantwit Major hit eight at Jenner Park

Penybont remains top of Welsh Football League Division One after a comprehensive 3-0 win over Port Talbot Town at the Kimco Stadium. A Marcus Griffiths double, sandwiching an Owain Warlow strike, gave Rhys Griffiths’ outfit the three points. It was a vital win because Llanelli Town were also on the winning trail,