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
There was a touch of spring last weekend as glorious sunshine bathed Saturday’s league action. However, it wasn’t quite a full programme with two games unable to survive overnight frost in the Welsh Football League.
Nevertheless, the Welsh League delivered another programme of stunning competition, with results in all three divisions
Pontypridd's rise as a pheonix from the ashes has been one which has been well documented. High profile friendlies against Valencia and Deportiva La Coruna, and narrowly missing out on consecutive promotions is evidence of the exhaustive efforts of the club to bring top tier football to the town of
Unbeaten Trefelin BGC returned to the top of Welsh League Division Three with a hard-fought and somewhat fortuitous 2-1 home win over Panteg.
Trefelin Boys and Girls Club are the only unbeaten side left in the Welsh League. Their unbeaten run currently stands at 19 games if you include both their Division Three and League Cup fixtures.
The Port Talbot-based outfit have led the Division Three table from the start of the season,
With just four games postponed due to the weather this weekend it was refreshing to have such a full fixture list in the first Welsh Football League weekend of 2018.
There were plenty of eye-catching results with key fixtures at the top and bottom of all three divisions. All the usual
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
Bottom of the Welsh League Tredegar Town bagged themselves an injury time winner against a below-par Bridgend Street to give themselves hope of avoiding the drop.
With just three league wins to their name all season, improved performances had to start changing into results quickly if there was to be any
It was seventh heaven for Splott-based Bridgend Street on Saturday afternoon at The Willows, as the Mission returned to winning ways in some style against fellow Cardiff side Ely Rangers.
Manager Craig Dale may well have been scratching his head wondering where these goals had been during a winless streak against
Out-of-form Welsh League Division Three outfit Trefelin BGC have announced that Mark Pike is to take over as first team manager with immediate effect.
The news comes on the back of previous boss Chris Latham’s decision to step down as manager due to work commitments, although he will continue to be