Llanelli Town captain Joe Clarke was the match-winner, scoring a hat-trick as the Welsh League leaders overcame a tough examination from a spirited Cwmbran Celtic side at Stebonheath Park.
Clarke struck his first goal in the sixth minute, heading home a left-wing cross. James Loveridge doubled The Reds’ lead before two
This weekend 32 clubs across Wales continue the quest for glory in the third round of the Welsh Cup. The draw meant many of the clubs from South Wales will be on the road this weekend for long journeys to north Wales.
Among the travellers are the three remaining representatives
Llanelli Town boss Andy Hill believes the club remain on course to achieve their targets for the season, despite a recent blip in form that has seen them lose top spot in Welsh Football League Division One and exit the Welsh Cup.
The Reds began the season as many people’s favourites
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
Despite finishing 6th last season in their first campaign back in the Welsh Football League, there are a number of challenges facing Cwmbran Celtic this season, both on and off the field, as they try to ensure they remain a competitive club at this level.
This week Celtic player-manager Lee
Clwb Pel-Droed caught up with Rhys Deans prior to Barry's Welsh League Division One clash against Cwmbran Celtic, to gather his thoughts on this season, and how he felt about Barry's chances of obtaining promotion to the Welsh Premier League.
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10 man Cwmbran Celtic dealt Barry a promotion blow by holding them to a goalless draw at Jenner Park on Saturday afternoon.
In a game with limited chances, it was Barry who started the brighter, with Drew Fahiya enjoying a lot of space down the right hand side. It was his
Venue: Jenner Park
Competition: Welsh League Division One
Admission: £5 (adults), concessions available for senior citizens & Children
Barry Town United host 7th placed Cwmbran Celtic in the hope of maintaining their unbeaten record at home in the League.
Barry Town United go into Saturday's game unbeaten in their last seven outings. Their
Josh Bull has departed Welsh League Division One side Cwmbran Celtic to join Welsh Premier League side Aberyswyth Town.
The 23 year old began life at Cwmbran Celtic in the academy, where he didn't make an appearance at first team level, so returned home to his hometown team Bleanavon before then