Andy Morrison confirmed that he was happy with his side's performance as he saw the Nomads put in a professional performance to earn a point against Cardiff Met at Cyncoed Campus on Sunday afternoon. 21133
Cardiff Met and Connah's Quay Nomads played out a stalemate at Cyncoed Campus with both sides cancelling each other out as the students moved up to second in the Welsh Premier League. 21095
Just a point separates the top three with Connah's Quay Nomads leading the way, so is the Welsh Premier League shaping up to be a three-horse race between the leaders, The New Saints and Cardiff Met this season? 20875
A singular goal from George Horan was enough to move the Connah's Quay Nomads to second place in the Welsh Premier League as they frustrated Barry Town United at Jenner Park on Sunday afternoon.
It's now the Nomads fifth straight victory in all competitions following their Nathaniel MG Cup Quarter-Final win
Ninth-placed Barry Town United host third-placed Connah's Quay Nomads at Jenner Park on Sunday, with Barry looking for their first in win in four games in the league, and the Nomads searching for a win which will lift them to second.
Both sides were in Nathaniel MG Cup action on Tuesday,
Connah’s Quay boss Andy Morrison says his side’s impressive defensive record has been the key factor in sealing a highest ever finish in the Welsh Premier League.
The Nomads confirmed second-place with a final-day stalemate at Cardiff Metropolitan at the weekend, placing them a point ahead of Bala Town, who
Cardiff Met and Gap Connah's Quay played out a 0-0 draw at Cyncoed Campus but what are the three things we learnt from the drab stalemate in the Welsh Capital?
In a game where chances were few and far between, Matty Owen had the best chance, rattling Will Fuller's upright with
Connah's Quay sealed second place in the Welsh Premier League courtesy of a drab stalemate with Cardiff Metropolitan University at Campus Cyncoed.
Nomads’ Matty Owen rattled the bar just before the break but there was otherwise precious little to set the pulses racing during a turgid affair, with Met noticeably
Two of the Dafabet Welsh Premier League's biggest teams meet on Tuesday evening, when gap Connah's Quay host The New Saints at Deeside.
The game was originally scheduled to take place on 17/18 February, but TNS' exploits in the Irn Bru Cup semi final meant the fixture was postponed.
It is a
gap Connah’s Quay boss Andy Morrison has warned his side that he will not hesitate to drop any under-performing players over the last few weeks of the Dafabet Welsh Premier League season.
A 2-0 win over the students of Cardiff Metropolitan University in their last outing has placed the Nomads