A second half comeback helped Ammanford AFC take sole charge of second place in Welsh League Division Two after a 3-1 victory against Abergavenny at a sunny Recreational ground on Sunday afternoon.
The away side took the early advantage, but three unasnwered goals in the second half condemned the visitors to
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
The fourth round of the JD Welsh Cup is upon us, and as ever there are some intriguing ties where established top flight clubs could run the risk of being on the wrong end of a giant killing.
Here, we've taken a look at five games that could end up an
An evening kick off graced the Cyncoed Campus this Wednesday as Cardiff Metropolitan University faced Newtown AFC in the semi-final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.
A place in the final beckoned for either side that could take advantage, with either The New Saints or Connah's Quay Nomads awaiting them, with the fixture being
Treforest claimed their first league victory of the season in front of a jubilant home crowd as ___ scored a late penalty.
After a Ryan Brobbel wonder goal was enough to beat Connah's Quay on Monday night, the Nathaniel MG Cup final will once again feature TNS who are this time against a high flying Cardiff Met.
And as is the case every year, the chosen neutral venue for the final will be
Ammanford AFC have qualified for the Third Round of the JD Welsh Cup for the first time since 1998/99 after they defeated Llantwit Major 3-2 on penalties after the sides were tied 1-1 after extra time.
A maiden first team goal for Rhodri Jones was enough to bring the hosts
On a sunny afternoon at Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff Met moved up to third in the JD Welsh Premier League. They leapfrogged Connah's Quay with a hard-fought 1-0 victory against a Llandudno side that will have left Cardiff wondering what might have been.
The win sees Met maintain their unbeaten home record
Barry Town United forward and today's scorer of the only goal of the game against Bangor City, Kayne McLaggon has put praise onto the defence today as they saw out victory over the North Wales side.
McLaggon now sits at the top of the Premier League goalscorers chart after netting four
Cardiff Metropolitan host The New Saints in the Welsh Premier League on Friday evening and we'll bring you live coverage here.
The students have started the season in excellent fashion and come into this one full of confidence. They currently sit second in the Welsh Premier League but could go above