Match Report: Barry Town United 2-0 Prestatyn Town – Jordan Cotterill and Drew Fahiya deliver two killer blows on night of boxing as Prestatyn Town are relegated

JD Welsh Premier League

Jordan Cotterill and substitute Drew Fahiya both scored as Barry won their sixth game on the spin and sealed the Seasiders fate as their first season back in the JD Welsh Premier League came to an abrupt ending. 23834

The long road to recovery from ACL injuries in amateur sport

The dreaded news of hearing you've suffered an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is one of the most feared moments for any injured sports person. The injury often heralded as one of the most serious in sports, is if not career-ending anymore, it aleats seriously threatens the future success of many

How Coedpoeth United cope with life at the bottom of the league

If you're scanning through the third tier Welsh National League standings, Coedpoeth are an easy name to miss. The club sits bottom of the Premier Division with just two points to their name and only 16 games played despite their season starting in August. But as Y Clwb Pel Droed has found

Aberystwyth Town announce UEFA pro licence holder Seamus Heath as new first team manager

Park Avenue, home of Aberystwyth Town

Aberystwyth Town have today announced the addition of former Wrexham midfielder Seamus Heath as their new first team manager. Neville Powell, who has managed the side since the beginning of this season, will become the club's Director of Football, with Wayne Jones retaining his position as assistant manager. Heath, 56, arrives

Hill looking forward to “the big one” as Reds host Haverfordwest County on Tuesday

First meets third this Tuesday as Llanelli Town host Haverfordwest County at Stebonheath Park in the Welsh League Division One. Andy Hill's men are unbeaten in four, and could go six points clear of second-placed Penybont with a win. A win for County would see them close the gap to

Welsh Football League Round-Up – Wins for leaders of all three divisions; Cwmamman United and Dinas Powys win to boost survival bids

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.

Llanelli Town 5-3 Cwmbran Celtic – Joe Clarke hat-trick seals Reds win ahead of ‘title decider’

Llanelli Town captain Joe Clarke was the match-winner, scoring a hat-trick as the Welsh League leaders overcame a tough examination from a spirited Cwmbran Celtic side at Stebonheath Park. Clarke struck his first goal in the sixth minute, heading home a left-wing cross. James Loveridge doubled The Reds’ lead before two

Cardiff Metropolitan University 1-2 Bangor City – Citizens grind out narrow win to leapfrog Bala into third

Strikes from Alex Darlington and Dean Rittenberg were enough to give Bangor City a narrow 2-1 win against Cardiff Metropolitan University in the JD Welsh Premier League on Sunday. The win means that Bangor overtake Bala into third place, while the Archers remain fifth. Met looked to start brightly, with Eliot