This season’s W John Own Cup final will take place at Cambrian Lakeside Academy (the home of Welsh League Division outfit Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC) on Wednesday 23rd May with a 7pm kick-off.
The final will be contested by Penydarren BGC and Blaenrhondda AFC.
Penydarren have provided one of the stories
Cambrian & Clydach Vale boss Craig Hughes will stand down as First Team Manager of the Division One club at the end of the season.
The former Newport County professional joined the club as the player-manager back in 2016 from Ynyshir Albion after guiding them to promotion as a player. He
Haverfordwest County’s Welsh League title challenge took another big blow as they fell to a second successive defeat, well-beaten at a wet and windy Lakeside Academy by Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC.
Both sides went into the game desperate for a win. For County, last week’s defeat at home to Briton
Looking at the Welsh Football League Division One table it will be no surprise to most that Llanelli Town sits at the top of the league. Favourites for the title in the eyes of many, Andy Hill’s side have generally lived up to expectations.
Haverfordwest County in second place has been
Cambrian & Clydach Vale piled further misery on local rivals Ton Pentre with a dominant 5-1 win in the Rhondda Derby at King George New Field on Friday night.
Storm Brian brought torrential downpour to Clydach Vale for practically the duration of this fixture, but arguably a bigger storm is brewing
The King George V New Field plays host to the first Rhondda Derby of the season between Cambrian & Clydach Vale and Ton Pentre on Friday Night.
The sides could not be in more contrasting form with Cambrian & Clydach Vale surging up the league table in recent weeks following
Pontypridd Town came from behind to pull off an upset in the first round of the Welsh Cup with an extra-time win over Welsh Football League Division One side Cambrian & Clydach Vale at the USW Sports Park this weekend.
Craig Hughes brought his young Cambrian side to Pontypridd Town’s new
Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC entertain Briton Ferry Llansawel this weekend in Welsh Football League Division One. Both sides have endured difficult starts to the 2017/18 season and currently sit 13th and 12th in the table respectively.
Managers Craig Hughes (Cambrian) and Carl Shaw (Briton Ferry) spoke to YClwbPeldroed.org ahead of
They were only promoted from the Rhondda League this year but already Blaenrhondda are making a statement in the South Wales Alliance League this season.
Currently sitting top of Division Two are the Division new boys after winning promotion via the play-offs last season, following their convincing title win in the
Pontypridd Town have continued to add more attacking options to the squad following the signings of Caerau Ely forward Andrew Smith, Ellis Bellamy and the re-signing of defender Dave Allen.
The Dragons already boast plenty of attackers in their squad but the club have added a further two players to their