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
Llanelli Town extended their lead at the top of Welsh League Division One with a 2-0 victory over Goytre at Stebonheath Park on Friday night.
Lee Trundle and Liam Samuel with goals for The Reds. Penybont remain second despite losing 3-0 at Cwmbran Celtic, as well as having three points deducted
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,
Taffs Well recorded their first League win since the 30th September, as they beat a Kingfishers side without a win in seven.
The Wellmen, under the caretaker charge of Adie Harris following the departure of Lee Bridgeman, will have been relieved to have taken the three points, given their hard work
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
Welsh League DIVISION ONE side Ton Pentre have identified Kevin Richards as their new First Team Manager, as he returns to the Bulldogs for a second spell.
The Bulldogs were on the lookout for a manager after mutually agreeing to part ways with Lee Phillips following the clubs league winless to
After the fairytale experience of hosting Cardiff City in a friendly at their Rhiw’r Ddar ground during pre-season, Taffs Well FC are aiming for a successful domestic season.
The Wellmen currently sit mid table in the Welsh Football League Division One but manager Lee Bridgeman believes the club can compete for
Ton Pentre were denied a first league win of the season after a controversial injury time penalty allowed Cwmamman United to snatch a point in an entertaining 3-3 draw at Ynys Park.
Ton Pentre’s captain Tom Davies was judged by referee Darren Adie to have fouled Cwmamman’s Ashley Curtis as he
Port Talbot Town have completed the signing of experienced defender Cortez Belle, which sees the centre half return for a third spell with the club.
Belle played and scored in a friendly for the side in a 3-2 win against AFC Llwydcoed on Saturday as he made his third debut for the Steelmen.
Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield was in a positive mood after his side's 1-1 draw with Goytre, despite conceding late on in their first pre-season game of the season.
Barry Town United warmed up for the new 2016/2017 with a 1-1 draw with Goytre at Jenner Park, and following the