Montgomery Town 1-3 Dolgellau Athletic – Composed performance from Dolgellau earns them the points

Dolgellau Athletic came out on top on a bitterly cold afternoon to come out victorious against lowly Montgomery Town in the Mid Wales League Division Two.  It was the first league match that the two sides had played in almost two weeks, following Dolgellau's 5-1 defeat to Brecon Northcote back in

Haseldin’s Holywell ready for clash with Cofis

One of the biggest games in the second tier takes place at Halkyn Road tomorrow , as Holywell Town host Caernarfon in a top four clash, and John Haseldin is ready for the tough test ahead. Fourth-placed Holywell find themselves 10 points behind first-placed Caernarfon, but with two games in hand

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

Llanrwst United’s Barry Owen stands down as First Team Manager

Welsh Alliance League club Llanrwst United are in search of a new manager, after the resignation of Barry Owen. Owen has left the club, citing personal reasons for why he has departed from Gwydir Park. Rhodri Davies and Leighton Griffiths have been named in interim charge, where they will be assisted

Sean Eardley ready for tough Airbus test

Sean Eardley

Caernarfon Town manager Sean Eardley has said that Airbus UK will be a tough test for his side when the two meet this weekend. Eardley's men entertain the Wingmakers at The Oval in a top of the table clash with the signifcant bearing on the race for the Cymru Alliance

“We are immensely proud to be in the semi final” says Rhos Aelwyd boss Rowlands

Rhos Aelwyd

Rhos Aelwyd manager Huw Rolands is hoping his side can knock out their higher ranked opponents and reach the FAW Trophy final, which he believes can be the start of the club replicating its success of ten years ago. Aelwyd has been on form this season after a mid-table finish

Leonard demands consistent performances as season enters final stages


After picking up 10 points in the last five games, Guilsfield boss Nathan Leonard is pleased with how his side has performed this campaign, but the manager is pushing his side to improve in the coming weeks.  Despite a tremendous start to the 2017/18 Huws Gray Alliance campaign, the club and

WNLD1 Focus: Cefn Mawr Rangers 2-1 Brymbo

A physical top of the table clash between Eddie Lancaster's Cefn Mawr Rangers and Phil Hudson's Brymbo ended in a narrow 2-1 win for the home side in a game which could have easily gone either way, but Rangers' passion prevailed to help them gain all three points. The two sides

Llanrug United 4-0 Amlwch Town – Cup holders Llanrug United advance to next round with comfortable victory

Llanrug United continued their defence of the Mawddach Cup by putting a stop to Division Two highflyers Amlwch Town. After suffering two consecutive defeats in Cup games, Llanrug made sure that Amlwch Town would not make it three with a convincing 4-0 win over the Angelsey side. Having been beaten by Barmouth and

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