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

Cefn Druids midfielder Alec Mudimu called up to Zimbabwe national team

Cefn Druids ace Alec Mudimu, 22, was included in Sunday Chidzambwa's Zimbabwe squad, announced today to play in a four team Southern African tournament in the March international window.   Druids can announce that @AlecMudimu has received a call up by The Zimbabwe Football Association, to take part in a Four Nations

Greenfield 2-3 Rhos Aelwyd – Scott Reeves free-kick sends Rhos into FAW Trophy final

Rhos Aelwyd progressed to the final of the FAW Trophy, having beaten Greenfield in an all North Wales affair. Aelwyd will now play Conwy Borough in the final of the Trophy, after they beat South Wales Alliance League side Penydarren in the other semi-final. It was Greenfield who looked the stronger

“We are immensely proud to be in the semi final” says Rhos Aelwyd boss Rowlands

Rhos Aelwyd

Rhos Aelwyd manager Huw Rolands is hoping his side can knock out their higher ranked opponents and reach the FAW Trophy final, which he believes can be the start of the club replicating its success of ten years ago. Aelwyd has been on form this season after a mid-table finish

WNLD1 Focus: Cefn Mawr Rangers 2-1 Brymbo

A physical top of the table clash between Eddie Lancaster's Cefn Mawr Rangers and Phil Hudson's Brymbo ended in a narrow 2-1 win for the home side in a game which could have easily gone either way, but Rangers' passion prevailed to help them gain all three points. The two sides

Who are Cefn Mawr Rangers?

In just their second season as a club, Cefn Mawr Rangers are flying high at the right end of the fourth tier Welsh National League Division One (WNLD1).  But who exactly are the team which have seemingly come from nowhere to glory?  We left it to manager Eddie Lancaster and coach

Games in the North: What to watch on January 6th

Following a December which left many Welsh football fans feeling deprived of games to watch due to weather conditions, it finally seems as if there will be a full round of fixtures across the many tiers of welsh football found in the North of the country. Here are some of

One in One Out at Bastion Gardens as Buckley joins and Lewis departs

Prestatyn Town have made their first move in the transfer market, by signing attacker Oliver Buckley and allowing Jack Lewis to leave. Buckley joins having made 22 appearances in the Welsh top flight last season. He continued playing for the Lilywhites despite their relegation, scoring two goals in three appearances. Lewis however

Newtown Commence January Business with Re-signing of Alex Fletcher

On the back of an impressive 4-2 win over league leaders TNS, Newtown boss Chris Hughes has re-signed 21 year old influential midfielder Alex Fletcher, after the player left the club in the summer.  TRANSFER l First piece of January business as @A_Fletcher_ returns to the club #Robins — Newtown

What has been happening in the Welsh National League Premier Division thus far?

2017 didn't end in the best fashion for the Welsh National League Premier Division with the majority of games postponed for the last three weeks of the season.  Nevertheless, the league has shaped up to be a very exciting league to watch with there still being a large opportunity for