The former chief scout of Connah's Quay Nomads has joined Welsh National League Division One title chasers Brymbo FC.
Garnett, who joins Brymbo as they look for promotion back to the third tier Premier Division after relegation in the summer, will join up with manager Phil Hudson and ex-TNS man Tommy
There was drama in the Welsh National League Division One on Saturday afternoon as New Brighton Villa came back from a losing position to topple Llangollen Town.
The hosts had prepared for a challenge as they welcomed Llangollen who were enjoying a stable run with four wins from six games so
In an event which many may have missed, Point of Ayr decided they will no longer compete in the fourth tier Welsh National League Division One as they recently withdrew from the competition.
No statement has been released by the club but the resignation has been stated on the Welsh National
With pre-season over and teams ready for their first fixture, the countdown to the start of the Welsh football is on once again.
As fans across Wales endure their final few days without competitive football, Y Clwb Pel Droed has taken a look at some of the best opening day fixtures
Mynydd Isa Spartans manager James Hollyoak has big ambitions for their first Welsh National League campaign after gaining promotion to Division 1 from feeder the North East Wales Football League.
The Spartans spent a couple season in the feeder league starting off as Ewloe Spartans but adopted the Mynydd Isa name
Wrexham-based Brymbo FC are hoping for a return to the club's golden era after appointing an experienced management team to guide them through the 17/18 season.
The club is preparing for a season in the fourth tier Welsh National League Division One after relegation from the Premier Division, but the capture
Last week Corwen F.C. announced that former Ruthin Town defender, Danny Jellicoe had taken over from Steve Crompton to for the top job at the Denbighshire club.
Jellicoe has been no stranger at Corwen having coached the under 7’s and under 8’s for the past two seasons. His last season of
Flint Town United progressed to round three of the North East Wales FA Cup on Monday afternoon with penalty shoot out victory over local rivals FC Nomads of Connah's Quay.
After a well fought 90 minutes plus extra time, Flint went through on sudden death penalties thanks to a save from
FC Penley make the trip across Wrexham to Stantsy Park for what could prove to be a fiercely competitive game against fellow promotion chasing rivals Lex Glyndwr.
Both teams go into this match with excellent records, currently unbeaten in the league this year - the last time either team faced a
To be the top of the league at Christmas is one of the most promising signs in football, but a treacherous time for the teams looking to hang on for title glory.
Here, we review six of Wales' table topping teams, and ask if they'll still be there come the end