Latham Park, the home of Newtown AFC has been announced as the venue to host this season's JD Welsh Cup final between Connah's Quay Nomads and Aberystwyth Town on Sunday 6 May.
The ground, which holds 5,000 people last hosted the final in 2015, when The New Saints claimed their sixth
This week sees the semi-finals of the JD Welsh Cup take centre stage, as Connah's Quay Nomads face Bangor City and Newtown take on Aberystwyth Town with a place in this year's final at stake.
The Nomads and the Citizens, who are currently joint-second on 54 points in the JD Welsh
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
Connah's Quay Nomads, Aberystwyth Town and Newtown joined Bangor in the semi-finals of the JD Welsh Cup this evening, with wins over TNS, Carmarthen Town and Llandudno respectively.
The Nomads pulled off a memorable victory at the Deeside Stadium, as a Michael Bakare goal and Callum Morris' spot-kick meant that The
The 2017/18 JD Welsh Cup final will have a bottom six side in it for the first time in over three years, after the semi final draw was made live on S4C's Heno programme yesterday.
The draw pitted the top six and bottom six sides against each other, meaning either Connah's
Llandudno manager Iwan Williams admits his team are throwing the towel in too early in games, but hopes to rectify the situation and find a solution, starting with this weekend's important Welsh Cup quarter-final against Newtown.
Williams reached the semi-final stages of the competition last season whilst manager of Caernarfon Town,
It's been a brilliant season so far for Penydarren Boys and Girls Club, who are unbeaten in the South Wales Alliance Premier Division, and are still in contention in the WJ Owen Cup, the FAW Trophy and face Bangor City in the Welsh Cup quarter-final this weekend.
After a dramatic win
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
Fifth-tier Penydarren claimed a scalp over higher league opposition to progress to Quarter-Finals of the Welsh Cup.
Christopher Colvin-Owens who was named Player of Round in the previous round was the hero again as he netted a brace at the USW Sport Park.
It was a weekend of high-scoring games, including a
The Welsh football pyramid is preparing to wave goodbye to another busy 12 months, and as clubs get ready for the business end of the season in 2018, there is plenty to look back on in 2017.
Victories against top European opposition, promotion fights and cup shocks have been just some