Cutting ties with your local football club's first team after rising through the academy system is a difficult tie to cut, but it is something West End striker Brieg Matthews knows about all too well.
After playing for the club for 14 years, joining the club as a six year-old,
A resilient performance from Caldicot Town earned them a hard-fought win over Llantwit Major in Welsh League Division Two, despite playing 70 minutes with ten men after Ashley Palmer was sent off.
In a game low on quality and goalmouth action, the red card for Palmer, after two unnecessary yellow cards
Pontypridd's rise as a pheonix from the ashes has been one which has been well documented. High profile friendlies against Valencia and Deportiva La Coruna, and narrowly missing out on consecutive promotions is evidence of the exhaustive efforts of the club to bring top tier football to the town of
It’s Matchday 21 in the Welsh Football League this weekend. However, with the Welsh Football League Cup quarter-finals taking place on Saturday it means there is a slightly reduced schedule.
This is the usual look at what will be going on in the Welsh League this weekend across all three divisions,
With just four games postponed due to the weather this weekend it was refreshing to have such a full fixture list in the first Welsh Football League weekend of 2018.
There were plenty of eye-catching results with key fixtures at the top and bottom of all three divisions. All the usual
Gareth Morgan will take his STM Sports side up the Rhondda Valley this weekend to play AFC Porth in Welsh Football League Division Two.
As it stands STM Sports are 4th in the table and vying for consecutive promotions. Porth, who finished 5th last season, currently sit bottom having lost every
Ammanford AFC have qualified for the Third Round of the JD Welsh Cup for the first time since 1998/99 after they defeated Llantwit Major 3-2 on penalties after the sides were tied 1-1 after extra time.
A maiden first team goal for Rhodri Jones was enough to bring the hosts
Pontypridd Town moved up to second in Welsh Football League Division Two with a 2-1 win away to fellow high-flyers Risca United in torrential and blustery conditions at the Centre for Sporting Excellence (CSE) in Ystrad Mynach.
Second-half goals from Danny Hooper and Luke Gullick were enough to give The Dragons
Ammanford head into this weekend second in Welsh Football League Division Two after a 1-0 victory over Dinas Powys, but Gruff Harrison believes the club face their toughest test yet in their derby match against Pontardawe Town this weekend.
After three wins from their opening five games, the Carmarthenshire outfit
Ammanford secured a hard earned 1-0 win over Dinas Powys at the Recreational Ground on Saturday, thanks to a goal from Rhys Fisher, in a win that sees the Carmarthenshire outfit rise to second place in Welsh League Division Two.
A first half free kick flicked home by the Ammanford