Bridgend Street furthered their promotion push by hammering relegation-threatened Ely Rangers at a sunny Willows High School on Saturday afternoon.
Craig Dale's men are playing catch up on a number of games and met Cardiff rivals Ely Rangers on Saturday, with Pontyclun their next test on Tuesday.
The home side had a
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
Jordan Edwards’ second half header gave Trefelin BGC a vital win in their bid for promotion to Welsh League Division Two after his header ended champions Swansea University's run of 15 consecutive wins in a 1-0 victory.
Edwards rose highest to meet Travis Monk-Landeg’s left wing cross and settle a tight
Swansea University will be playing in a higher division for the second season in a row after winning the Division Three title this evening.
A 4-0 victory for Swansea University away at Caerau, saw them crowned champions of Division Two after Bridgend Street and Trefelin Boys & Girls Club were
Swansea University FC have been enjoying a superb league campaign so far in Welsh Football League Division Three. They currently sit 2nd in the table and just one point behind leaders Trefelin BGC.
They are not just in the mix for promotion but are contenders to lift the Division Three
Swansea University showcased their credentials in Division Three as they recorded an away victory over lowly placed side Ely Rangers at Wenvoe Road on Friday evening.
Churchill, Thanet, Richardson, Cowan, Jones, Orme (C), Hyden, Lewendon, Davies, Bishop-Wisdom, Noble.
Swansea University maintained their pursuit of Trefelin Boys and Girls club at the top of Welsh League Division Three with a hard-fought win over Penrhiwceiber Rangers.
The Students had to come from behind to take the three points. The decisive penalty late on was harsh on the hosts, who were
Cardiff Met took the Welsh Premier by storm last season, missing out on Europe in the final game. Now Swansea University are in the Welsh League and looking to follow the path trodden by The Archers.
Like many university sides, the club has struggled at the beginning and ends of the