JD Welsh Premier League champions have extended the deals of striker Dean Ebbe and midfielder Aeron Edwards, as Scott Ruscoe attempts to forge a strong squad ahead of next season.
Edwards and Ebbe have been mainstays in the squad as of late, helping the Welsh outfit to retain the top flight
With just five games to go in the JD Welsh Premier League, the title is all but wrapped up thanks to The New Saints' victory over Bala Town on Friday evening. But the same can't be said for the race for the race for Europe.
Heading into the final few weeks, the
After four successive defeats in the second phase of the JD Welsh Premier League, Cardiff Met University earnt an important point against league leaders The New Saints.
Lagging 22 points behind their opponents, the Archers welcomed a side that looked to bounce back following their exit in the quarter-final of the
With the first ten games played, and midweek Nathaniel MG Cup action, the JD Welsh Premier League returns on Friday night as the table begins to take shape.
The highlight of the round of games sees second placed Cardiff Metropolitan University FC take on champions The New Saints at Park
At the end of last season, Alan Morgan had some work to do at Maesdu Park. No one could have envisaged that nearly four months on, Llandudno would sit atop the Welsh Premier League the only unbeaten side remaining.
A more than successful debut Welsh Premier League campaign was followed
With TNS set to face Scottish side Livingston in the Irn Bru Cup Round Two this Sunday, we take a look at there team and the players the Welsh champions need to watch out for.
Livingston are a Scottish professional football team currently playing at the 8,700 Almondvale Stadium (currently called
Fans across the world love a good kit and us Welsh fans are no different. We want to see our favourite teams in the cleanest and coolest of attire each and every season. This season the WPL clubs have presented fans with some beautiful kits. Here's what each team will be
Aberystwyth have completed the signings of former TNS academy graduate John McKenna, former Rhyl and Bangor attacker Christian Langos and attacker Harri Horwood from the club's academy.
Neville Powell has added more Premier League experience to his squad as he puts his stamp down on his Green and Blacks side.
A new era at Park Hall began with disappointment, as Welsh Champions TNS were defeated by Gibraltarian side Europa FC 2-1 in the First Round of Qualifying for the Champions League.
For the first time in five years, it wouldn't be Craig Harrison in the dugout for The New Saints,
The Welsh Premier League unveiled its three-man shortlist for Player of the Year this week, with Newtown’s Jason Oswell, Bangor’s Henry Jones and Jon Routledge of The New Saints all in the running.
However, there are a number of players from across the WPL that can consider themselves unlucky to