WPL Round Up: Bala and Bangor push for Europe as Airbus face relegation

The Dafabet Welsh Premier League saw another round of key results over the weekend affecting both the top and bottom six. Wins for Bangor and Bala have kept the race for 2nd very much alive, whilst a loss for Airbus has left them looking in serious danger of relegation.  Cefn Druids 1-2

Lakesiders sign former Fulham and Wrexham defender Evans

Bala Town have swooped quickly to sign recently released Wrexham defender Jordan Evans.  Evans was rumoured to be in the demand of a few Welsh Premier Clubs but it is Bala who have secured his signature.  The Lakesiders announced the transfer this afternoon on their official club website. The Wrexham born left-back signed

Eddie-Maurice-Jones on his reunion with Gresford FC

Denbigh's clash with Gresford in the Huws Gray Alliance will be a landmark fixture for Denbigh manager Eddie Maurice-Jones, as he faces his former team for the first time. With Gresford fourth, unbeaten in four and 17 points clear of their hosts, Saturday will be an almighty test for Denbigh. Y

Papirnyk says Porthmadog lack consistency

Craig Papirnk and his Porthmadog side are preparing for a Huws Gray Alliance clash with an unbeaten Prestatyn Town outfit on Saturday. To make things even tougher, they must bounce back from a loss to Holywell Town last week.  Y Clwb Pel Droed caught up with Porthmadog manager Craig Papirnk to discuss