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

What to expect from the North East Wales Football League 17/18

This year marks the seventh season of the Welsh National League's feeder competition and there is plenty you'll want to know heading into an exciting new season.   The new season kicks off on Tuesday 8th August as teams gear up for another year of competitive football in the North East

Myndd Isa boss Hollyoak talks up WNLD1 title chances despite new boys tag

Mynydd Isa Spartans manager James Hollyoak has big ambitions for their first Welsh National League campaign after gaining promotion to Division 1 from feeder the North East Wales Football League. The Spartans spent a couple season in the feeder league starting off as Ewloe Spartans but adopted the Mynydd Isa name

An insight into the North Gwent Premier League’s newly formed club

A new but current team have been formed as Aberbargoed Town join the North Gwent Premier League for the 2017/2018 season.  Louis Moore gave an insight to the club on his blog 'The Arm Chair Supporter' before the clubs debut match against Caerphilly Town, a year-old club. Whilst Aberbargoed Town FC may

Ganderton lauds best career achievement after Dynamo Aber promotion

Dynamo Aber manager Luke Ganderton says his sides promotion from Divion One into the Premier Divison is the biggest thing he's achieved in his career. It's the second consecutive promotion in years for the Caerphilly based side after being promoted from the South Wales Alliance Division Two last season. Ganderton whose playing

Cefn Cribwr boss Dryden looking forward to local derbies next season

Cefn Cribwr BC boss Scott Dryden says he's looking forward to locking horns with local rivals Cornelly United and Porthcawl Town Athletic. It'll be a short seven mile journey to travel to Porthcawl and a five mile journey to Cornelly, now that they're in Division One of the South Wales Alliance. With