87 minutes on the clock. It's 1-1 between Ammanford and Pontypridd. The visitors are three minutes away from securing promotion to Welsh League Division One. Catastrophe. Luke Gullick scores to send Ammanford's promotion charge down to the final day. A dagger into the heart of the Ammanford players and fans.
Trefelin boss Richie Ryan has leapt praise onto his players for their determination throughout the season as they meet Division One champions Llanelli in the final. The Division Three side narrowly missed out on promotion after Bridgend Street pipped them to the final promotion spot, but there could still be silverware
Bridgend Street host Division Three champions Swansea University at Willows High School this evening in an all-important promotion decider. The home side needs a win in both sides final league game of the season if they are to tip Trefelin Boys & Girls Club to promotion. Swansea University already promoted after winning
Blaenrhonda and Penydarren Boys & Girls Club meet in the W.J. Owen Cup Final this evening, with Penydarren aiming to retain the Cup. Both sides have remained unbeaten throughout their league campaign, with one of these sides certain to suffer defeat in a South Wales Alliance League recognised competition. Penydarren won the
Pontypridd Town and Ammanford meet for the second time in four days, with promotion on the line for Ammanford. The hosts secured promotion from the Welsh Football League Division Two by beating Ammanford 3-1 on Saturday. The Boards can join them in Division One if they draw this evening. The Dragons
Already-promoted Llantwit Major host promotion-chasing STM Sports at Windmill Lane this evening in the Welsh Football League Division Two, with both sides having something to play for. It's the final game for each side, with STM Sports in desperate need of a win if they are to achieve promotion to Division
Aberdare Town have confirmed that Simon Jones has agreed to take on the role of First Team Manager. Jones has experience of working within the setup at Aberdare, having previously run the clubs reserve team. Speaking to aberdaretownfc.co.uk on the appointment, Chairman Garry Williams said: “The Club have been on a downward
Bridgend Street furthered their promotion push by hammering relegation-threatened Ely Rangers at a sunny Willows High School on Saturday afternoon. Craig Dale's men are playing catch up on a number of games and met Cardiff rivals Ely Rangers on Saturday, with Pontyclun their next test on Tuesday. The home side had a