First meets third this Tuesday as Llanelli Town host Haverfordwest County at Stebonheath Park in the Welsh League Division One. Andy Hill's men are unbeaten in four, and could go six points clear of second-placed Penybont with a win. A win for County would see them close the gap to
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
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
FORMER striker Rhys Griffiths has said that he's enjoying his time as Penybont manager as he looks to lead the club to success.
The Welsh Premier League legend who scored an abundance of goals at the top flight of Welsh football in his career is now in the dugout as the
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When Niall McGuinness took the reins at Rhyl FC in February last year it’s safe to say he turned plenty of heads in both Wales and further afield.
At the relatively tender age of 24, Rhyl’s local lad became the youngest coach to manage in the top flight
Barry Town United have rightfully picked up plenty of the plaudits in recent weeks since their rise into the Welsh Premier League, but they are by no means the only fallen giant in Welsh football to have regained their footing.
Llanelli, who were exiled from the Welsh League alongside the Jenner
Llanelli Town gained promotion to Welsh League Division One after their 0-0 draw v AFC Porth.
Andy Hill's men finally secured promotion, sealing what has seemed the inevitable since the opening weeks of the season.
With the understanding that three teams are to be awarded promotion from Division Two this season, Llanelli
It has been a whirlwind few seasons for Llanelli Town AFC over the last few years, with the club's reformation seeing the club forced to start back in Division Three, but under the leadership of Andy Hill they look set for a return to the big time.
Alongside Barry Town, Llanelli
Ex-Swansea City legend Lee Trundle has been in astonishing form this season as his Llanelli side lie top of the Welsh League Division Two table.
The former Swans star, aged 40, has scored double the amount of times in which he has played so far this season - an extraordinary 40 goals
Former Swansea City and MK Dons forward James Loveridge has joined Llanelli Town, after departing Port Talbot Town this summer.
The youngster is a product of the Swansea City youth academy system, and despite never making a first team apoaearnce has played for MK Dons and Newport County in the Football