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

Pontypridd Town AFC 1-2 Penydarren BGC – Pen’s unbeaten run continues as they shock the Dragons

Penydarren kept their unbeaten record alive as they saw off Pontypridd Town, who play three divisions above them, at the USW Sport Park. Two goals from the in-form Chris Colvin-Owens were enough to put his side through to the quarter-finals of the JD Welsh Cup. It was Penydarren who started the

Gwent trio relishing Welsh Cup adventure to the northern powerhouses

This weekend 32 clubs across Wales continue the quest for glory in the third round of the Welsh Cup. The draw meant many of the clubs from South Wales will be on the road this weekend for long journeys to north Wales. Among the travellers are the three remaining representatives

MATCH REPORT: Caerphilly Athletic 2-4 Penrhyncoch – Roosters on the prowl as they progress

JD Welsh Cup 2nd Round Caerphilly Athletic 2-4 Penrhyncoch Penrhyncoch of the Cymru Alliance ruled the roost at a gloriously sunny Morgan Jones Park with a convincing 2-4 Welsh Cup 2nd Round victory over South Wales Alliance Premier Division new boys Caerphilly Athletic. As preparations were underway at the nearby Castle for Caerphilly's

STM Sports’ forward Lamin Conteh claims JD Welsh Cup Player of Round One

The Football Association of Wales have rewarded Division Two attacker Lamin Conteh with the Player of the Round award, following his individual performance against Afan Lido.  Conteh helped his side progress to the next round of the Cup as they saw off higher League opposition Afan Lido, with Gareth Morgan’s men

MATCH REPORT: Llandudno Albion 3-2 Rhyl – Lilywhites suffer defeat to lower-league opposition

A last-minute goal from Ricky Jones helped seal the fate of Niall McGuinness, as Albion secured a historic win against the Huws Gray Alliance side. The young-manager resigned not long after the defeat after losing to a side that are a division below them, with Mark Connolly taking charge, after getting

Shocks galore in JD Welsh Cup Round One

The first round proper of the JD Welsh cup commenced up and down the country today, and after some surprising results a number of of lower-level teams have secured their place in the second round hat.  Rhyl FC's hopes a of a cup run were dashed by Welsh Alliance Division One