The semi-finals of the Welsh Football League Cup take place this week. Llanelli Town face Cwmbran Celtic on Tuesday at Marstons Stadium, home of Afan Lido. In the other tie, Pontypridd Town will do battle with Trefelin BGC at Aberaman Park, Aberdare for a place in the final.
The Reds, who
Cwmbran Celtic boss Lee Challenger has called on his side to replicate their JD Welsh Cup run of 2016, as they travel to the Connah's Quay Nomads this weekend.
Challenger who played as a defender in the Cup run, played in the clubs quarter-final defeat to Port Talbot Town, will now
Cwmbran Celtic continued their recent upturn in form in the Welsh Football League with a hard-fought victory over Undy Athletic in a five-goal thriller at Celtic Park.
After a rocky start to the season, Celtic have now won four in a row night in league and cup. While Celtic remain 10th
Cwmbran Celtic have resigned former midfielder Chris Ham from Herefordshire based side Westfields pending international clearance.
The midfielder has had brief spells with Monmouth & Celtic before becoming a member of the Westfields FC team on the 28th October 2016. Ham has praised by many footballing critics, having been on the
Cwmbran Celtic have announced the return of prolific goal scorer Josh Bull who returns to the Celtic Park for his third spell.
The 24-year old left Cwmbran to join Merthyr back in March and was part of the side that almost achieved promotion to the Vanarama National League South, losing narrowly to