After a successful campaign guiding Denbigh Town FC to second place in the Huws Gray Alliance League, Eddie Maurice-Jones has been announced as the new manager of Rhyl FC.
The Lilywhites have stepped in to quickly acquire his services after the highly rated coach stepped down from Denbigh Town last week.
Rhyl FC have confirmed the resignations of Manager Matt Jones and Director of Football Mark Connolly.
Both Connolly and Jones took to twitter earlier this month to announce their departures following rumours of changes at the Cymru Alliance club, with rumours circulating that Denbigh boss Eddie Maurice-Jones is favourite to take
Bangor City have today confirmed that striker Les Davies is to return for a third spell at the club, following his departure from Bala Town.
The announcement of the return of Davies, who is a former nominee for FIFA World Player of the Year, comes on the day that the Citizens
Bangor City have moved to make former New Saints boss Craig Harrison their new manager following the departures of Kevin Nicholson and Gary Taylor-Fletcher. 24577
It's an end of era at Holywell Town, as current boss John Haseldin has decided to leave Holywell Town at the end of the season due to increased work commitments.
After being at the club for 18 years on and off, Haseldin will go down as legend at Halkin Road.
Bangor City have today announced that they will not be appealing the decision to demote them to the Huws Gray Alliance for the 2018/19 season. The club were not awarded a Tier One Licence for next season on the grounds of Annual Financial Statements and Future Financial Information.
The North Wales
Caernarfon Town have today announced that Alex Ramsay, Joe Williams and Danny Brookwell have all committed their futures to the club by penning long term deals. The trio will be playing in the JD Welsh Premier League next season, following the Canaries successful Cymru Alliance campaign.
Ramsay, a regular starter in
Gresford manager Steve Halliwell is looking for his players to reproduce their recent performances when they face Flint Town United in the Huws Gray Cup final on Saturday.
Halliwell was very pleased with his team's display against newly crowned champions Caernarfon last Friday and admits if his team can reproduce their
Holywell Town manager John Haseldin is to stand down from his role at First Team Manager at the end of the season.
Increased work and private commitments with his young family is the reason why Haseldin is to stand down from his role.
Under the guidance of Haseldin, he won a Welsh
After a 10-year absence, Caernarfon Town will be returning to the Welsh Premier League. A 2-0 win away at Caersws confirmed that the Canaries will be playing in Wales' top flight next season.
The lowest position that the Cofi's can finish is second, with only Denbigh Town and Holywell Town