Clwb Cymric 2-4 Penydarren – Penydarren BGC progress to W. John Owen Cup Final after two-goal comeback

Penydarren BGC became the first side to book their place in the W J Owen Cup final after beating Division One side Clwb Cymric, despite trailing by two goals at one stage.  The two sides met at Penybont's KYMCO Stadium and paid their respects Cardiff Hibernian manager Stephen Price who passed

Baglan Dragons 0-5 Penydarren BGC – Miners hit Baglan for five as they near top spot

Penydarren closed the gap on leaders Ynyshir Albions to just three points, after a convincing victory over mid-table Baglan Dragons. Penydarren started the game on the front foot with an early opportunity for Connor Keating who was through on goal from a fantastic pass by Asa Lloyd but it was only to

Cardiff Corinthians 2-4 Caerphilly Athletic – Composed Caerphilly condemn Corries to defeat

Caerphilly Athletic added to Cardiff Corinthians relegation worries as they consigned the Cardiff club to their seventeenth league defeat of the season.  The defeat sees the Corries eight points off Ton & Gelli, with just five games remaining for the former Welsh Football League side. Divisional newboys Caerphilly Athletic now move 16

Grange Albion 3-1 Canton Liberal – Albion see off ten-man Liberal to deny them top spot

Grange Albion denied their City rivals, the chance to claim top spot of the South Wales Alliance League Premier Division with a second-half victory over Canton Liberal. Canton had the chance to go top, with at least a point putting them top for the time being. Instead, Albion moved further away

Miners boss Mullins excited for quarter-final tie as Penydarren look to create history


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

Cardiff Draconians 3-1 Ton & Gelli – Late show from Dracs moves them to top spot

Two goals in the final fifteen minutes helped Cardiff Draconians reclaim top spot in the South Wales Alliance League Premier Division. The Dracs had the chance to go first after Penydarren's 2-0 victory over Ynyshir Albion, although the Valleys side have eight games in hand and are yet to lose

The story of Christopher Owens, the shining star of Penydarren’s remarkable unbeaten run

Penydarren are the talk of the Welsh domestic football scene with their remarkable unbeaten run this season and one man is certainly grabbing the headlines. Forward Christopher Owens has been the face of Penydarren's fairytale story this season, scoring important goals for the Miners. The 30-year-old has netted 28 goals this season,

Former STM Sports manager Gareth Morgan returns to Llanrumney United as Chairman

Former Welsh League manager Gareth Morgan has returned to local side Llanrumney United in the role as Chairman, following his exit from STM Sports. Morgan who has managed sides such as Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran Celtic, Newport City and AFC Porth takes up the role of Chairman, where he will also assist interim

MATCH REPORT: Caerphilly Athletic 0-4 Penydarren BGC – Unbeaten Penydarren continue to roll on with impressive victory

Penydarren BGC continued their extraordinary winning run during 2017/18 with a dominant win at Caerphilly Athletic, including a sensational 30-yard strike from Christopher Colvin-Owens. The Merthyr Tydfil club extend their record to 20 consecutive wins in all competitions this season and the latest win moves them up to 4th in