With just five games to go in the JD Welsh Premier League, the title is all but wrapped up thanks to The New Saints' victory over Bala Town on Friday evening. But the same can't be said for the race for the race for Europe.
Heading into the final few weeks, the
With the first ten games played, and midweek Nathaniel MG Cup action, the JD Welsh Premier League returns on Friday night as the table begins to take shape.
The highlight of the round of games sees second placed Cardiff Metropolitan University FC take on champions The New Saints at Park
A year on from his departure from Bangor City, experienced Welsh Premier League manager Neville Powell is back in management.
After the departures of Matthew Bishop and most recently Tony Pennock, Aberystwyth seemed to have run out of luck. But, today they revealed the manager who masterminded Bangor City's famous title
The Nomads were recently drawn to play against HJK Helsinki in the first round of qualification in the UEFA Europa League but who exactly are they?
HJK Helsinki are a professional football club based in Finland - they were first founded in 1907, 110 years ago and currently play their football
The Welsh Premier League unveiled its three-man shortlist for Player of the Year this week, with Newtown’s Jason Oswell, Bangor’s Henry Jones and Jon Routledge of The New Saints all in the running.
However, there are a number of players from across the WPL that can consider themselves unlucky to
Connah’s Quay boss Andy Morrison says his side’s impressive defensive record has been the key factor in sealing a highest ever finish in the Welsh Premier League.
The Nomads confirmed second-place with a final-day stalemate at Cardiff Metropolitan at the weekend, placing them a point ahead of Bala Town, who
Connah's Quay sealed second place in the Welsh Premier League courtesy of a drab stalemate with Cardiff Metropolitan University at Campus Cyncoed.
Nomads’ Matty Owen rattled the bar just before the break but there was otherwise precious little to set the pulses racing during a turgid affair, with Met noticeably