After a 10-year absence, Caernarfon Town will be returning to the Welsh Premier League. A 2-0 win away at Caersws confirmed that the Canaries will be playing in Wales' top flight next season.
The lowest position that the Cofi's can finish is second, with only Denbigh Town and Holywell Town
One of the biggest games in the second tier takes place at Halkyn Road tomorrow , as Holywell Town host Caernarfon in a top four clash, and John Haseldin is ready for the tough test ahead.
Fourth-placed Holywell find themselves 10 points behind first-placed Caernarfon, but with two games in hand
The Football Association of Wales (FAW) yesterday rubber-stamped plans of restructuring the pyramid system which will see the landscape of Welsh football change.
Following a December which left many Welsh football fans feeling deprived of games to watch due to weather conditions, it finally seems as if there will be a full round of fixtures across the many tiers of welsh football found in the North of the country. Here are some of
Prestatyn Town have made their first move in the transfer market, by signing attacker Oliver Buckley and allowing Jack Lewis to leave.
Buckley joins having made 22 appearances in the Welsh top flight last season. He continued playing for the Lilywhites despite their relegation, scoring two goals in three appearances.
Rhyl Football Club has announced that coach Matthew Jones will step up to the role of First Team Manager, after parting company with Niall McGuiness two months ago.
Jones replaces Mark Connolly who held the role on an interim basis, following McGuinness departure from Belle Vue.
The former Bala Town defender who
The Cymru Alliance has received a raft of applications for promotion ahead of the 31st December, as clubs battle it out to play in the second tier.
In total, seventeen clubs have applied for promotion to North Wales' top Division with a majority of the applicants coming from the Mid Wales
It’s been a month since a major change was made at Rhyl Football Club, with Niall McGuinness’ resignation and the appointment of club icon Mark Connolly as interim player/manager.
In that time, Connolly has overseen a resurgence from the Lilywhites having guided them to three straight wins, progression to the Huws
Former Rhyl FC manager Niall McGuiness has been appointed as the new manager of Flint Town United, just weeks after departing the Lilywhites.
The Huws Gray Alliance outfit had been without a manager in recent weeks, after Andy Holden had departed the club, but have finally found their man to lead
Welsh football could be set for an overhaul as the Football Association of Wales have pondered the idea of a possible restructuring of the pyramid system.
The Welsh Football League and the Cymru Alliance would be the most affected, which could bring an end to the Mid Wales League, should the