Connah’s Quay Nomads face Crusaders in a pre-season friendly at Seaview Stadium on Saturday, 23rd June – 1:30pm K.O. The Welsh Cup winners’ clash with the NIFL Premiership and County Antrim Shield champions will be perfect preparation for both sides’ respective European first qualifying rounds.
Llandudno manager Iwan Williams admits his team are throwing the towel in too early in games, but hopes to rectify the situation and find a solution, starting with this weekend’s important Welsh Cup quarter-final against Newtown. Williams reached the semi-final stages of the competition last
This weekend 32 clubs across Wales continue the quest for glory in the third round of the Welsh Cup. The draw meant many of the clubs from South Wales will be on the road this weekend for long journeys to north Wales. Among the travellers
Barry Town United’s form has taken a dip of form late and after losing two successive matches in the Welsh Premier League, could a win over Caernarfon Town help them build momentum going into the Welsh Premier League?
Penyffordd Lions boss Craig Mossman will look to build upon the list of achievements his team have already unexpectedly accomplished this season when they take on Cymru Aliiance side Porthmadog in the first round proper of the Welsh Cup this Saturday. Formally of the Deeside
Rhyl FC have continued to strengthen their playing squad as they look to return to the Welsh Premier with the signings of Tom Rowlands and Mark Connolly. Both have already played for the Lilywhites before and it is a welcome reunion for the pair at
With the Welsh Cup being this weekend and the two finalists having recently met, both sides may already know who they’re up against, but who are the ones to look out for the Lakesiders? After suffering a 6-4 defeat at home to The New Saints,
It had all the ingredients for a good old-fashioned cup upset – underdogs at home, difficult surface, partisan crowd – but in the end Bangor City survived this test in the Rhondda and proceed to a Round 4 game with Goytre FC in January. With
PHOTO FROM DAILYPOSTWALES This weekend will see Greenfield F.C take on visitors Guilsfield F.C in Round Three of the Welsh Cup. The Flintshire based side progressed through to the third round after beating Mynydd Llandegai FC in the previous round 3-0. Despite going down to
Cwmbran Celtic have lost midfielder Chris Ham to Hereford based side Westfields FC. The Fields play in the ninth tier of English football and are the lowest ranked side left in The Emirates FA Cup with their fixture against Curzon Ashton coming up next week,