HAVERFORDWEST COUNTY ended a run of three consecutive defeats with a dominant win at Afan Lido.
The victory means the Pembrokeshire side retain realistic hopes of challenging Llanelli Town for the Welsh League title and promotion to the Welsh Premier League. The defeat means Afan Lido’s challenge for this season has
The race for the Welsh League title is proving to be extremely competitive this season, with four sides having a realistic chance of lifting the trophy.
Among the contenders are Haverfordwest County, whose excellent start to the season saw them lead Division One until recently.
The Pembrokeshire completed their opening 17 league
Haverfordwest County’s Welsh League title challenge took another big blow as they fell to a second successive defeat, well-beaten at a wet and windy Lakeside Academy by Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC.
Both sides went into the game desperate for a win. For County, last week’s defeat at home to Briton
Llanelli Town Manager Andy Hill has spoken positively about his time at Goytre Unites as his Reds side host the Port Talbot side this afternoon at Steboneath Park.
The former striker spent a number of years at Glenhafod Park before leaving for Llanelli Town, with the two both leaving on good
Neville Powell has made his first two signings since becoming Aberystwyth Town boss as Declan Carroll and Declan Walker both join him at Park Avenue.Both have had Premier League experience which is what the former Bangor boss has been on the lookout for as he looks to add to his
The Welsh Premier League is just three weeks away from starting and there's excitement all around Wales' top flight as clubs prepare for the 25th season of Wales' beautiful game.
In those 25 years, there have been some memorable games on the opening day of the season which has been an
Carmarthen Town this afternoon announced a raft of changes to their First Team Squad which has seen numerous players come in and out to the club.
They have signed five players in Kostya Georgievsky, Kyle Williams, Liam Walsh, Scott Delaney and Tyler Brock whilst Kyle Bassett, Mark Jones and Declan Carroll
With just under a month to go until the Welsh Football League kicks-off again, pre-season predictions are always a yard stick for clubs to follow, to use as motivation to prove those wrong.
To give an insight in to how the season will pan out before the season has begun is
Haverfordwest Counry have re-signed midfielder Declan Carroll following a spell in the top flight with Carmarthen Town.
Carroll joined the Old Gold from Haverfordwest County last season but has since returned to Haverfordwest to link up with manager Sean Cresser.
The 23 year-old was part of the Carmarthen Town side that reached