Denbigh Town preparing for tough Flint fixture

Denbigh Town are establishing themselves as a top Huws Gray Alliance side, and their forthcoming fixture is one they'll be looking to win to push higher in the league, as they currently sit fifth.  Here, manager Eddie Maurice-Jones talks about his sides chances in tomorrow's game and the season so far. With

Bangor clinch big win in JD Welsh Premier matchweek 25

Rob Hughes

10 teams took part in the past weekend's JD Welsh Premier League action, with Bala forced to sit out thanks to TNS' involvement in the Irn Bru Cup semi finals.  In the top six, Bangor took on Connah's Quay in a crucial match for European qualification, whilst Carmarthen looked to continue

Who are The New Saints Irn Bru Cup semi-final opponents Dumbarton?

Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'ImGcjun_SBJNKN14-VRClQ',sig:'cpOx3ymzKnSkDcs1elm7XEtjdVbAzB-E5dmnZSRb6Ts=',w:'594px',h:'395px',items:'814390106',caption: true ,tld:'',is360: false })}); Welsh Premier League Champions, The New Saints are just one game away from a first-ever Irn-Bru Cup final, but standing in their way are Scottish Championship side Dumbarton. Fraser Clarke of the Lennox Herald, who also runs Tales From The Rock, a website focusing on

Gareth Wilson appointed Prestatyn Boss

Prestatyn Town FC have moved to appoint A Licence coach Gareth Wilson as first team manager following Neil Gibson's departure from the club last week.  Wilson, who has been with the club since 2009 as a player and more recently part of the coaching staff, will take over first team affairs

Connah’s Quay sign ex-Rhyl man Rob Hughes

Connah's Quay Nomads have signed ex-Rhyl and Prestatyn midfielder Rob Hughes after his return from a spell in Australia.  Hughes, a well known face in North East Wales thanks to his fiery style of play, has returned to Welsh game after a spelll at Goulbourn Valley Suns where he made 25

Five potential upsets in JD Welsh Cup Round Four

The fourth round of the JD Welsh Cup is upon us, and as ever there are some intriguing ties where established top flight clubs could run the risk of being on the wrong end of a giant killing.   Here, we've taken a look at five games that could end up an