Long-serving manager Laurence Owen will leave the dugout at The Causeway at the end of the season, after confirming his retirement from management. After 32 years in management, the 52-year-old is to stand down at the end of the campaign, with Undy Athletic sitting in a comfortable 6th position. With only
A second half comeback helped Ammanford AFC take sole charge of second place in Welsh League Division Two after a 3-1 victory against Abergavenny at a sunny Recreational ground on Sunday afternoon. The away side took the early advantage, but three unasnwered goals in the second half condemned the visitors to
Llanelli Town moved three points clear at the top of Division One after an entertaining 5-3 win over Cwmbran Celtic at Stebonheath Park. Captain Joe Clarke was the hero for The Reds scoring a hat-trick. James Loveridge and a 25-yard screamer from Kurtis Marsh completed the scoring for Andy Hill’s outfit.
Penybont remains top of Welsh Football League Division One after a comprehensive 3-0 win over Port Talbot Town at the Kimco Stadium. A Marcus Griffiths double, sandwiching an Owain Warlow strike, gave Rhys Griffiths’ outfit the three points. It was a vital win because Llanelli Town were also on the winning trail,
Division One club Cwmamman United are on the lookout for a new manager following the departure of Mark Snell. The West Wales side side lost 5-2 at home to relegation candidates Caerau Ely on Saturday, placing them at the bottom of the table. Cwmamman United confirmed that they parted company with their
There was a touch of spring last weekend as glorious sunshine bathed Saturday’s league action. However, it wasn’t quite a full programme with two games unable to survive overnight frost in the Welsh Football League. Nevertheless, the Welsh League delivered another programme of stunning competition, with results in all three divisions