Sam Snaith continued his recent fine form with another hat-trick as Llantwit Major bounced back being 2-0 down at Aberbargoed Buds to win 4-2 and maintain their Division Two promotion push. The teenage striker has scored ten goals in his last five appearances including hat-tricks on successive weekends. This defeat –
Long-serving manager Laurence Owen will leave the dugout at The Causeway at the end of the season, after confirming his retirement from management. After 32 years in management, the 52-year-old is to stand down at the end of the campaign, with Undy Athletic sitting in a comfortable 6th position. With only
Ton Pentre’s bid to avoid relegation from Welsh League Division One took another blow as they succumbed to defeat at Goytre United. Despite a determined performance in which they competed well with their hosts for more than an hour, even clawing back a two-goal deficit before half-time, the Rhondda Bulldogs suffered
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 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