West End 2-0 Llantwit Major – Division Two strugglers stun promotion hopefuls Major

West End put a dent in Llantwit Major's promotion chances after defeating Karl Lewis' men by two goals to nil at Pryderi Park on a mild Wednesday Night at Townhill.  West End who started the game 14th we’re looking to move on up the table and bounce back from a disappointing

Bangor City and Connah’s Quay see FAW domestic licence application rejected

Two of the JD Welsh Premier League's biggest clubs have been refused an FAW domestic licence by the organisation's independent first instance body this afternoon. Bangor City and the Connah's Quay Nomads' place in the JD Welsh Premier League is in jeopardy after both clubs failed the FAW Domestic Licence. Both clubs,

How Coedpoeth United cope with life at the bottom of the league

If you're scanning through the third tier Welsh National League standings, Coedpoeth are an easy name to miss. The club sits bottom of the Premier Division with just two points to their name and only 16 games played despite their season starting in August. But as Y Clwb Pel Droed has found

The race for Europe: Five games to go in dramatic finale

Jay Owen Connah's Quay

With just five games to go in the JD Welsh Premier League, the title is all but wrapped up thanks to The New Saints' victory over Bala Town on Friday evening. But the same can't be said for the race for the race for Europe. Heading into the final few weeks, the

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