Cefn Druids midfielder Alec Mudimu called up to Zimbabwe national team

Cefn Druids ace Alec Mudimu, 22, was included in Sunday Chidzambwa's Zimbabwe squad, announced today to play in a four team Southern African tournament in the March international window.   Druids can announce that @AlecMudimu has received a call up by The Zimbabwe Football Association, to take part in a Four Nations

How Cardiff Metropolitan University can build on draw with The New Saints

Cardiff Metropolitan University brought an end to their poor start to the second phase of the JD Welsh Premier League on Saturday.  They secured a creditable draw against league leaders The New Saints at Cyncoed Campus. They released the shackles and put on an impressive display of open and attacking football. The

Cardiff Metropolitan University 1-1 The New Saints – Kauber strikes late to deny Archers first Phase Two win

Cardiff Met

After four successive defeats in the second phase of the JD Welsh Premier League, Cardiff Met University earnt an important point against league leaders The New Saints. Lagging 22 points behind their opponents, the Archers welcomed a side that looked to bounce back following their exit in the quarter-final of the

Life on the goal line: Lee Idzi on his career as a Welsh keeper

Lee Idzi

Life in between the sticks can be a testing and a somewhat lonely one, something Lee Idzi knows all too well about. Few would enjoy the challenge of being the number one goalkeeper where the rewards are so finely poised that one mistake could alter the whole course of a

The key aspects learned as Barry blow Llandudno away with superb second-half showing and James Demetriou bags a hat-trick

JD Welsh Premier League

Barry Town United showed tenacity and class to blow Llandudno Town away at Jenner Park in the second-half, but what were the key aspects learnt in this JD Welsh Premier League clash? 22518

Chesterfield coy on european play-off spot despite retaining 100% record in phase two of JD Welsh Premier League

JD Welsh Premier League

Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield was delighted with his side's application and desire to come from a goal-down to defeat Llandudno Town at Jenner Park as they moved five points ahead of saturday's opponents. 22511

Match Report: Barry Town United 3-1 Llandudno – Hat-trick hero James Demetriou helps Barry keep 100% record in Phase Two of JD Welsh Premier League

JD Welsh Premier League

James demetriou scored a wonderful hat-trick as Barry came from a goal down to defeat Llandudno Town and move five points clear of Iwan Williams' side. The visitors started brightly and took the lead courtesy of a mistake from Luke Cooper, but Barry responded well and a James Demetriou hat-trick meant