Cutting ties with your local football club's first team after rising through the academy system is a difficult tie to cut, but it is something West End striker Brieg Matthews knows about all too well.
After playing for the club for 14 years, joining the club as a six year-old,
Cwmamman United moved off the bottom of Division One with a win at Taffs Well in freezing conditions on Tuesday evening.
Ashley Curtis was the match-winner, making the most of a lapse in concentration at the back by Taffs Well to score the game’s only goal two minutes before half-time.
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
Ton Pentre were denied a first league win of the season after a controversial injury time penalty allowed Cwmamman United to snatch a point in an entertaining 3-3 draw at Ynys Park.
Ton Pentre’s captain Tom Davies was judged by referee Darren Adie to have fouled Cwmamman’s Ashley Curtis as he
Cwmamman United secretary Alun Rees says his side are fully prepared for life in Welsh League Division One next season, but insists they cannot afford to underestimate Aberbargoed Buds on Saturday.
United brought themselves to the brink of a place in Welsh football’s second tier with a 2-1 win over