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

Conwy Borough 3-0 Penydarren BGC – Tangerines power their way past Penydarren to reach Trophy final

  Conwy Borough progressed to the finals of the FAW Trophy, after seeing off South Walian side Penydarren at Aberystwyth Town's Park Avenue.  Fifth tie Penydarren from the South Wales Alliance League took on Welsh Alliance League favourites Conwy Borough in the semi-final of the FAW Trophy. Conwy Borough started on the front

Llanrug United 2-5 Greenfield – Flintshire side cruise their way to FAW Trophy semi-finals


Greenfield booked their place in the FAW Trophy semi-final, with a composed performance away at Llanrug United.  It was a tough week for Greenfield which included the changing rooms vandalised and facilities stolen, but the side battled through adversity and responded in a professional way. 22448

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

Pontypridd Town AFC 1-2 Penydarren BGC – Pen’s unbeaten run continues as they shock the Dragons

Penydarren kept their unbeaten record alive as they saw off Pontypridd Town, who play three divisions above them, at the USW Sport Park. Two goals from the in-form Chris Colvin-Owens were enough to put his side through to the quarter-finals of the JD Welsh Cup. It was Penydarren who started the

Welsh Football League Roundup – MD21 & League Cup Quarter-Finals

The Welsh Football League Cup took centre stage this weekend with the quarter-final round being played. There was a bit of everything: a classy performance from the favorites, penalty shootout drama, a ‘cupset’ and a quarter-final postponement. In the MD21 league programme, Llanelli Town and Haverfordwest County had their Division One lead

Welsh Football League MD21 Review (plus WFL Cup quarter-finals)

It’s Matchday 21 in the Welsh Football League this weekend. However, with the Welsh Football League Cup quarter-finals taking place on Saturday it means there is a slightly reduced schedule. This is the usual look at what will be going on in the Welsh League this weekend across all three divisions,

How the introduction of Welsh sides playing in the Irn Bru Cup as impacted the Welsh Premier League

After The New Saints’ penalty shootout win at home to Queen of the South at the weekend. The Welsh champions have set up a home semi-final against Scottish Championship side Dumbarton. The success of the Welsh side has prompted a debate around the importance of the cup to Welsh Football on

Shocks galore in JD Welsh Cup Round One

The first round proper of the JD Welsh cup commenced up and down the country today, and after some surprising results a number of of lower-level teams have secured their place in the second round hat.  Rhyl FC's hopes a of a cup run were dashed by Welsh Alliance Division One