Welsh League Round-Up – Pontypridd Town stage incredible comeback as the D2 title race thrills once more

With 15 minutes left on the clock at USW Sports Park on Saturday, Welsh League Division Two title chasing Pontypridd Town found themselves 4-1 down at home to Pontardawe Town. By full time The Dragons had completed one of the most remarkable comebacks, winning the game 5-4. A hat-tick from Luke

Experienced non-league defender Darren Joins seventh tier Gwent County side West of St Julians

West of St Julians have completed the signing of former Bath City and Newport County defender Darren Jones.  It's the second marquee signing in the space of a year after the seventh tier side recruited experienced Welsh Premier League defender Cortez Belle to the club. Jones, who retired from professional football back

Long-serving Merthyr Saints striker Ian Cleary reflects on Saints career as he joins Ynysddu

AFTER seven years of service at South Wales Alliance League side Merthyr Saints, it's time to say goodbye for prolific goal-scorer Ian Cleary who has joined Gwent County League side Ynysddu Welfare. The 29 year-old has swapped the ICI Rifle Field for the Nine Mile Point Welfare Ground as he bids

Caerleon joint-boss Simon Truman relishing opportunity to work with Andrew Beattie

One half of Caerleon's joint-managerial partnership Simon Truman says he cannot wait to work with his partner Andrew Beattie ahead of the new season. The pair were appointed following the relegation from the Welsh Football League last season and have been tasked with the job of bringing the club back to

Cwmffrdoer Sports and Llanhilleth Athletic withdraw from Gwent County League

The Gwent County League has lost two clubs over the course of the weekend as Cwmffrwdoer Sports and Llanhilleth Athletic withdrew from the League. The news comes as Malpas United and Newport Civil Service announced their merger, bringing Division One to 14 teams for the upcoming season. Cwmffrwdoer released a statement on

Gwent County League clubs Malpas United and Newport Civil Service to merge 

Gwent County League Divison One sides Malpas United and Newport Civil Service have announced that they are to merge together as one club. The club will now go under the name Malpas Civil Service and will continue to play in the same division, as well as running a second side in