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

One in One Out at Bastion Gardens as Buckley joins and Lewis departs

Prestatyn Town have made their first move in the transfer market, by signing attacker Oliver Buckley and allowing Jack Lewis to leave. Buckley joins having made 22 appearances in the Welsh top flight last season. He continued playing for the Lilywhites despite their relegation, scoring two goals in three appearances. Lewis however

Rhyl promote from within as Matthew Jones appointed new First Team Manager

Rhyl Football Club has announced that coach Matthew Jones will step up to the role of First Team Manager, after parting company with Niall McGuiness two months ago. Jones replaces Mark Connolly who held the role on an interim basis, following McGuinness departure from Belle Vue. The former Bala Town defender who

Seventeen clubs hopeful of passing criteria as they apply for promotion to Cymru Alliance

The Cymru Alliance has received a raft of applications for promotion ahead of the 31st December, as clubs battle it out to play in the second tier.  In total, seventeen clubs have applied for promotion to North Wales' top Division with a majority of the applicants coming from the Mid Wales

Caernarfon Town boss Sean Eardley strengths side with first signing Kevin Lloyd

Caernarfon Town who already sit atop the Cymru Alliance, have made their first signing under manager Sean Eardley by re-signing centre-forward Kevin Lloyd from Conwy Borough of the third tier Welsh Alliance Division One. BREAKING NEWS! Eards makes Kev Lloyd his first Cofi signing https://t.co/rqpaTlfuXH pic.twitter.com/J3vc5ie1OF — Caernarfon Town FC (@CaernarfonTown) December 28,

Caernarfon boss Eardley states importance of Cofi supporters ahead of Derby Day

Caernarfon Town boss Sean Eardley has leapt praise onto his supporters by saying they are a huge part to their promotion bid. The Cofi Army has supported Eardley in their hundreds and most recently, The Oval saw a crowd of over 1000 spectators, as Eardley masterminded a 2-0 victory over Barry

The half-season Cymru Alliance review as Canaries are Christmas number one

With the festive period vastly approaching, Caernarfon Town are proudly sitting top of the Cymru Alliance this Christmas.  After Rhayader's withdrawal from the league, it's reduced the games to 28, meaning we're now at the halfway stage and the table begins to develop a story. North Wales football expert Dean Jones who