Newport City FC V Ely Rangers FC, Newport Stadium, Welsh Football League Division Three, (07/12/2018)
Cardiff Schools host Pontypridd Schools at Llanishen's new 3G pitch in the Dewar Shield.
BUILD UP- Here for Pontypridd Town v Caerau Ely #CymruSouth
Highlights from the JD Cymru South clash between Llantwit Major FC and Taffs Well FC. Llantwit Major FC 3 - 2 Taffs Well FC Visit www.taffswellfc.com for more ...
Highlights from the JD Cymru South football match between Taffs Well FC and Pontypridd Town FC. A tame first half was followed by six goals in the second half, ...
My visit to Glasbrook Field for the WFL Div.3 game between Penrhiwceiber Rangers and Pontyclun. A top of the table clash between sides in 2nd and 4th before ...
Today the Groundhopper heads to Bridge Meadow Stadium home of Haverfordwest County for their match against Pen-y-Bont / penybont / pen y bont the match ...
My visit to Victoria Road for the Welsh Football League Cup quarter final between Port Talbot Town and Pen-y-Bont! Incredible match with great goals, penalty ...
We sent our reporter Greg Caine behind enemy lines to interview Cardiff Met FC's opposition ahead of the Nathaniel MG Cup Final.
Bedlinog v Pontypridd 05/01/2019.
Llantwit Major F.C. are a Welsh football club formed in 1962 and are based in the town of Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, South East Wales. They currently play in the Cymru South, after two consecutive promotions as champions.
Pontypridd Rugby Football Club are a rugby union team from Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales. They compete in the Principality Premiership, which they won for four consecutive seasons between 2012 and 2015, and the WRU National Cup which they have won on 6 occasions with the most recent being in 2014.
In 1991 Pontypridd Sports & Social Club joined forces with Ynysybwl FC who were both struggling clubs and moved to Ynysangharad Park in Pontypridd in the year 1991 when they were helped by local businessman Clayton Jones.It was decided in their second season at the Park that they should be called Pontypridd Town AFC and as the Dragons.. The club have been members of the[Welsh Football League since 1992 and the Football Association of Wales.
Llantwit Major is a town and community in Wales. Situated on the Bristol Channel coast, it is one of four towns in the Vale of Glamorgan, with the third largest population (13,366 in 2001) after Barry and Penarth, and ahead of Cowbridge.
Llantwit Major railway station is a railway station serving the small town of Llantwit Major, South Wales. It is located on the Vale of Glamorgan Line, 18 1⁄4 miles west of Cardiff Central towards Bridgend via Barry and Rhoose.
Llantwit Major School is a school in the town of Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan, on the coast of south Wales. The school consists of a separate primary and secondary school which are located on the same site.
The Llantwit Major Roman Villa was a Roman L-shaped courtyard villa located at what is now Caermead, immediately north of the town of Llantwit Major in the Welsh county of South Glamorgan. The villa was first discovered in 1887 and was fully excavated in 1938-9 and 1948.
Llantwit Major Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union club based in Llantwit Major in Wales. Llantwit Major RFC is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Cardiff Blues.It is believed that rugby was played in Llantwit Major as far back as 1880, though the first recorded game was in 1889 against a team from Cowbridge.
Llantwit Major Town Hall is a local government administrative building dating back to the 16th-century, in the town of Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It has a Grade II* heritage listing.