Langos joins the Lilywhites

Rhyl FC have secured the signature of Christian Langos after he was released by fellow Welsh Premier outfit Bangor City. The 23 year old forward of Congolese descent originally came through the ranks at Liverpool FC's academy before joining Bangor in August 2015.  Langos' pace and skill saw him become a fan

Airbus sign Deakin and Tomassen ahead of Phase Two

Airbus UK FC manager Andrew Thomas has signed two more players to bolster his squad ahead of Phase Two in the Dafabet Welsh Premier. Central defender Steve Tomassen and forward Reece Deakin have both joined the Wingmakers as they fight relegation during the second half of the season. Joining from Tamworth, Tomassen

Reaction: The #JDWelshCup quarter final draw

The quarter final draw for the 2016/17 JD Welsh Cup was made after Caernarfon's 3-2 win against Rhyl yesterday, and it conjured up some intriguing ties for the last eight.  An all North Wales quarter final will see an all Welsh Premier clash, as The New Saints and Bangor City will

Dragons Complete Briers Signing From Barry

Pontypridd Town have completed the signing of Bobby Briers from Welsh League Division One side Barry Town United. The Dragons announced that the former Haverfordwest County, and Camarthen Town centre-back had joined via their twitter account. The centre-back joins at a good time, with the Dragons currently sitting in 3rd position in

Surfing champion joins FC Porthcawl team

Ex surfing champion and businessman Brad Hockridge has joined FC Porthcawl's management team and committee. A local legend to the Porthcawl area, Hockridge had trials at Cardiff City FC before turning to surfing where he was Welsh and British champion. But Hockridge's resume stretches further, as he founded successful international businesses Double Overhead

Report: Trethomas Bluebirds 0 Bridgend Street 3

Bridgend Street continued their strong start to 2017 with a convincing 3-0 win over fellow promotion-hopefuls Trethomas Bluebirds under the Friday night lights of Bedwas RFC. Splott-based Street controlled the game from start to finish, although both teams deserve immense credit for attempting to play their football in wet conditions on