The race for the Welsh League title is proving to be extremely competitive this season, with four sides having a realistic chance of lifting the trophy.
Among the contenders are Haverfordwest County, whose excellent start to the season saw them lead Division One until recently.
The Pembrokeshire completed their opening 17 league
As winter becomes spring, we enter the ‘business end’ of the season. Although, the usual fixture backlog across the Welsh Football League means much of the picture isn’t entirely clear.
This is the case none more so than at the top of Division One, which Penybont currently lead. However, it does
Caerau Ely secured back to back Welsh League wins for the first time in 12 months with a comprehensive win over Ton Pentre amidst torrential downpour at Ynys Park.
A goal in each half was enough to give Craig Sampson’s ‘Young Guns’ a valuable three points, while the Rhondda Bulldogs remain
Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths says Llanelli Town are the favourites for the title but is awaiting a slip-up from the Reds in a highly contested battle for the Division One title. 22702
Cwmamman United moved off the bottom of Division One with a win at Taffs Well in freezing conditions on Tuesday evening.
Ashley Curtis was the match-winner, making the most of a lapse in concentration at the back by Taffs Well to score the game’s only goal two minutes before half-time.
Division One club Cwmamman United are on the lookout for a new manager following the departure of Mark Snell.
The West Wales side side lost 5-2 at home to relegation candidates Caerau Ely on Saturday, placing them at the bottom of the table.
Cwmamman United confirmed that they parted company with their
There was a touch of spring last weekend as glorious sunshine bathed Saturday’s league action. However, it wasn’t quite a full programme with two games unable to survive overnight frost in the Welsh Football League.
Nevertheless, the Welsh League delivered another programme of stunning competition, with results in all three divisions
After weeks of disruption due to poor weather, the Welsh Football League was back to almost full schedule this weekend.
Just two games were postponed and from the 22 games played there were 94 goals scored, not a single nil-nil and plenty of thrills and spills along the way.
There was plenty
Pontypridd's rise as a pheonix from the ashes has been one which has been well documented. High profile friendlies against Valencia and Deportiva La Coruna, and narrowly missing out on consecutive promotions is evidence of the exhaustive efforts of the club to bring top tier football to the town of
Fresh from his appointment just over a month ago, Craig Sampson is enjoying his start to life as manager of Division One club Caerau Ely.