Match Review: Cambrian and Clydach 0 Swansea City 0 (0-2 AET)

Ten-man Swansea City claimed their eighth consecutive FAW Youth Cup title with an intriguing extra-time win over Cambrian and Clydach Vale at the Cardiff City Stadium. Causso Darame netted one minute into added time, capitalising on a poor clearance by Cambrian goalkeeper Morgan Davies, before substitute Liam Edwards popped up to

Llanelli complete swoop for March

Welsh League Division Two leaders Llanelli have confirmed the signing of former Swansea City midfielder Kurtis March. March arrives at Stebo from Welsh Premier League outfit Aberystwyth Town, where he bagged three goals in 24 appearances this season. With the club already boasting the likes of former Swans striker Lee Trundle, the capture

Llanelli Town land former Swan Loveridge

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

Harrison and Jones win Monthly awards

The New Saints manager Craig Harrison has won the Welsh Premier League 'Manager of the Month' for October whilst Bangor City's Henry Jones has picked up the 'Player of the Month' award. The New Saints who extended their winning streak to fourteen after their 2-1 victory at Bangor yesterday, had a

Taff’s Well 2 Llanelli Town 3 (JD Welsh Cup Round 2)

The magic of Lee Trundle was enough to see Llanelli Town through to the Third Round of the Welsh Cup in an entertaining 2-3 victory away to Taff's Well on Friday night in front of a large crowd. Welsh League Division Two leaders Llanelli travelled east full of confidence after a