The draw for the FAW JD Welsh Cup was made today and has drawn up some potentially tasty ties.
With 32 sides left in the competition, the Welsh Premier League outfit were introduced into the competition and thus has thrown up some spectacular ties where some South Wales clubs will
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
Ammanford head into this weekend second in Welsh Football League Division Two after a 1-0 victory over Dinas Powys, but Gruff Harrison believes the club face their toughest test yet in their derby match against Pontardawe Town this weekend.
After three wins from their opening five games, the Carmarthenshire outfit
Ammanford secured a hard earned 1-0 win over Dinas Powys at the Recreational Ground on Saturday, thanks to a goal from Rhys Fisher, in a win that sees the Carmarthenshire outfit rise to second place in Welsh League Division Two.
A first half free kick flicked home by the Ammanford
Ammanford AFC piled the misery into Division One outfit Port Talbot Town with a 5-1 win over the Steelemen courtesy of a hat-trick from Craig Frater and a brace from Gavin Jones.
A dominant display from the hosts saw them skittle over their higher division counterparts with ease, as the
AFC Porth Club legend and newly appointed manager Stuart Brock says he has the future in mind as he leads the club in to the new season.
Brock who spent twelve seasons as a player at the Rhondda side was appointed manager of the club following the departure of manager Gareth
Ammanford AFC have signed Llanelli Town AFC left back Richard Lewis ahead of the 2017/18 season, ending his tenure with the Reds as he rejoins his former club for a second time. Lewis had been at Llanelli for a few years, having guided his hometown club back up through the
Port Talbot Town have completed the signing of experienced defender Cortez Belle, which sees the centre half return for a third spell with the club.
Belle played and scored in a friendly for the side in a 3-2 win against AFC Llwydcoed on Saturday as he made his third debut for the Steelmen.
New Carmarthen Stars AFC joint first team manager Ryan Stephens has admitted he is excited about the prospect of working with the club and is excited about the club's future.
Stephens may still be young, but has already racked up a significant coaching CV having been a coach since the tender
Ammanford centre half Rhys Owen has departed the club after three and a half years in order to rejoin his local side Port Talbot Town.
The defender joined the Carmarthenshire based outfit from Caerau but suffered relegation in his first season.
However, the 30 year old remained at the club and helped