MATCH REPORT: BLUEBIRDS EDGED OUT BY BONT IN SCINTILLATING FIVE-GOAL THRILLER

Haverfordwest County tasted defeat for the first time this season, as the Bluebirds were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Penybont at the SDM Glass Stadium last night. Ben Fawcett and Iori Humphreys – with his first senior goal for the club – got on the scoresheet for County, but it wasn’t enough as goals from Rhys Kavanagh, Keyon Reffell and Ryan Reynolds earned Bont all three points.

FOOTBALL MATCH PREVIEW: PONTYPRIDD UNITED VS ABERYSTWYTH TOWN

After last Saturday’s disappointing defeat to Cardiff Met, ATFC will look to pick themselves up and go again this weekend with a first league meeting with newcomers Pontypridd United on the agenda.
This was the first time that Anthony Williams has tasted defeat since taking over at Park Avenue in the summer and having already won one match away from home this season, the gaffer and his squad will be keen to get back to winning ways in South Wales.

FOOTBALL MATCH PREVIEW: PONTYPRIDD UNITED VS ABERYSTWYTH TOWN

After last Saturday’s disappointing defeat to Cardiff Met, ATFC will look to pick themselves up and go again this weekend with a first league meeting with newcomers Pontypridd United on the agenda. This was the first time that Anthony Williams has tasted defeat since taking over at Park Avenue in the summer and having already won one match away from home this season, the gaffer and his squad will be keen to get back to winning ways in South Wales.

WEST HAM UNITED FORWARD THIERRY NEVERS JOINS NEWPORT COUNTY ON LOAN

Newport County AFC have bolstered their squad ahead of Saturday's home clash with Tranmere Rovers with the signing of young forward Thierry Nevers on loan from West Ham United. With summer signing Offrande Zanzala set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a serious hamstring injury, Exiles boss James Rowberry was on the hunt for another front man. And 20-year-old Hammers starlet Nevers, who plays mainly as a left winger, becomes the 10th new addition to the squad since the end of last season.

CONFIRMED: CHERYL FOSTER HAS BEEN CHOSEN TO REFEREE EURO SEMI-FINAL

There will be Welsh involvement in the UEFA Women's EURO Semi-Final today (27 July) when Cheryl Foster referees the match between Germany and France in Milton Keynes at 8:00pm. Foster had already been the first Welsh official to referee at the finals of a major tournament since Clive Thomas achieved the same status at the 1978.

LLANTWIT MAJOR VS CARMARTHEN TOWN - HOW IT ALL WENT DOWN

A strong second half showing from Mark Aizlewood’s Carmarthen Town sealed them a spot in the second round of the Nathaniel MG Cup. A new look llantwit Major side crash out after ending the game with ten players. After a close fought and goal less first half, which saw both sides have chances to take the lead. It was the away side who came out stronger in the second half.

EXCLUSIVE: RYAN GIGGS STEPS DOWN AS WALES BOSS, AWAITS TRIAL

The Manchester United legend – who temporarily left the role after being charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend – announced his decision on Monday evening, which was revealed by Mail+. Talks with FAW officials have been ongoing, with Giggs finalising the move following the country's qualification for the World Cup under interim boss Rob Page earlier this month. The 48-year-old – who strenuously denies the charges and who initially stepped down following the allegations in November 2020 - has decided to bring closure to the situation following the delay of his court case.

WALES, UKRAINE BATTLE FOR W/CUP SPOT

Wales and Ukraine will do battle for one of the final spots for the FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar this year in a few days after the Ukrainians saw off hosts Scotland in their playoff semi-final tie from the European section. West Ham United attacker AndriyYarmolenko scored one of the goals as Ukraine beat Scotland 3-1 at Hampden Park in Glasgow to secure a playoff final meeting with Wales.

UEL: FRANKFURT BEAT RANGERS ON PENALTIES

German Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt have won the UEFA Europa League (UEL) title after beating Scottish giants Rangers on penalties after regulation time and extra time failed to separate the two teams.

MARCH'S PLAYER AND MANAGER OF THE MONTH WINNERS IN WELSH LEAGUE

JD Cymru Premier
The winners of March's Player and Manager of the Month awards in the JD Cymru Leagues have been confirmed.
Manager of the Month
Nicky Hayen – Haverfordwest County

Nicky Hayen enjoyed an impressive points return in his first full month in the Haverfordwest County dugout. The Belgian saw his side start the month with a 1-0 away win over Barry Town United and then they fired six past Cefn Druids at Bridge Meadow. They scored another six against Aberystwyth Town three days later and finished the month with a goalless draw against Connah's Quay Nomads.

Player of the Month
Chris Venables – Bala Town

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