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.
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
Pontypridd Town sealed promotion to Welsh League Division One on Saturday with a 3-1 win at fellow promotion rivals Ammanford. Trailing 1-0 at half-time to a Craig Frater penalty, second-half goals from Danny Hooper, Gavin Beddard and Scott Hillman ensured the win to take Pontypridd Town up. After missing out on promotion
After Llantwit Major and Pontypridd Town clinched promotion to the Welsh Football League Division One on Saturday, only one spot remains for either STM Sports or Ammanford to seal their place in the top flight for next season. Swansea University are champions of Division Three, but Trefelin BGC and Bridgend
Ammanford host promotion rivals Pontypridd Town at the Recreational Ground this afternoon in an early kick-off. It is part of a doubleheader which will see Ammanford travel to Pontypridd just four days later as both sides approach the climax of an exciting Division Two title race. The Dragons are currently second in
Pontypridd Town will be allowed to play in Division One of the Welsh Football League next season after seeing their appeal accepted. The Dragons initially failed their application, but after the Independent Appeals Body met today, they deemed their application successful. Pontypridd will now play their home fixtures at Leckwith Stadium, 12