FIVE Fixtures you should be attending in North Wales this week

With the North Wales football scene back in full swing again, with the Welsh Premier League and it's feeder leagues in competitive action again, there are some exciting fixtures to attend in the first month. Whether you're an avid Welsh groundhopper or perhaps just have a couple of hours spare on

MATCH REPORT: FC Queens Park 5-2 Cefn Albion

Queens Park found themselves winning the WNL President's Cup for the first time when they beat Cefn Albion 5-2 at Stantsy Park on Saturday 5th August in what was a dominant display from the League Champions.   Albion, who went into the game as underdogs, were heavily undermanned with four players

WNL President’s Cup Final Match Preview: FC Queens Park vs Cefn Albion

Silverware is already up for grabs at Stantsy Park in the Welsh National League  (WNL) President's Cup,  fixture between, now Cymru Alliance side, Queens Park and Cefn Albion is played later today. The fixture which is equivalent to what England's Community Shield is to English fans showcases the most successful sides

Mold Alexandra boss Cunningham desires rapid return to Cymru Alliance

Mold Alexandra joint-manager Michael Cunningham is calling on his side to bounce back from last season's relegation and gain promotion back to the Cymru Alliance immediately One-half of the joint managerialship in Michael Cunningham reckons his Mold Alexandra side are all set up For Cymru Alliance football and will be putting

Rhostyllen boss Gareth Parry looking to make an impact in Premier Division

Following back to back promotions, Rhostyllen FC manager Gareth Parry believes his side could be the Welsh National League Premier Division's "surprise package". Parry who has taken Rhostyllen from competing in Sunday League as Middle Pub FC to the third tier of Welsh football in just 4 seasons, is expecting the