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,

Ammanford stun higher opposition Port Talbot in comfortable win

Ammanford AFC piled the misery into Division One outfit Port Talbot Town with a 5-1 win over the Steelemen courtesy of a hat-trick from Craig Frater and a brace from Gavin Jones. A dominant display from the hosts saw them skittle over their higher division counterparts with ease, as the

Can the Street have the night of their dreams?

Splott-based Bridgend Street go in search of their great honour this evening, as they take on Llanelli in the final of the Welsh League Cup. Having already performed one miracle semi-final comeback to take the tie to extra-time, nine-man Street looked dead-and-buried at 5-4 down to Haverfordwest County at the clock

Frenetic finish fires nine man Street into cup final   

Welsh League Division Three side Bridgend Street performed double comeback heroics to stun League One Haverfordwest County and reach the Nathaniel Cars Cup Final after a night filled with drama. Nicky Davison’s finely taken penalty in the last minute of extra time sent nine-man Bridgend Street to a shoot out. Four

Why Barry Town united’s loss to TNS in the Nathaniel MG Cup final could help them long-term?

Barry Town United were taught a football lesson in the last 15 minutes against The New Saints but could the loss benefit them in the long run? It's clear that there were a lot of positives to take from the game. One of them was, they didn't stop trying. Even at

Match Review: Barry Town United 0-4 TNS

Scorers: Seargeant (78',83',89'), Cieselwicz (79') Attendance: 1,116 It was Barry who started the brighter of the two teams in a bitterly cold night at Cardiff metropolitan's Cyncoed Campus. In the first two minutes TJ Naji found himself in acres of space only for his shot to be blocked. Despite this, TNS did

Half-Time Nathaniel MG Cup Final thoughts with Barry Town United fan Rhys Deans

Clwb Pel-Droed caught up with Barry Town United fanatic Rhys Deans at Saturday's Nathaniel MG Cup final who gave his half-time thoughts. Barry fans travelled in their hundreds and didn't stop singing throughout. They were a credit to Gavin Chesterfield and his players. - Obviously you've travelled in your numbers, your fans have been

Three reasons why Barry can overcome TNS in Saturday’s Nathaniel MG Cup final

Barry Town United travel to Cardiff Metropolitan's Cyncoed Campus on Saturday to face TNS in the Nathaniel MG Cup final. It's clear that Barry go into the game as massive underdogs, however that won't stop the Barry fans believing they can pull off the shocks of all shocks by defeating The

Match Preview: Barry Town United v TNS

Date and time: Saturday 21st January (17:15) Venue: Cardiff MET, Cyncoed Campus Referee: Iwan Griffith Barry Town United and TNS travel to Cardiff Metropolitan's Cyncoed Campus to contest the Nathaniel MG Cup final. Barry Town united and TNS are preparing to contest the Nathaniel MG Cup final this afternoon. Both teams have had successful seasons, with Barry Town