The first season of Welsh Premiership rugby in the North saw RGC pass the test with flying colours, chalking up plenty of upsets, a semi final place in the end-of-season play offs and the WRU Cup. A place in the top flight is still guaranteed to the Gogs for the next two seasons – but they’ll have to adjust to […]Read more ›
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Prestatyn Town’s return to the Welsh Premier League will begin with a North Wales Coast derby at Bastion Gardens. The Huws Gray Alliance champions, back in the top flight after two seasons, kick off the new season at home to Gap Connah’s Quay on Friday 11th August, followed eight days later by the visit of newly promoted Barry Town United. […]Read more ›
Five men have been charged with drug trafficking following raids in Conwy county. Three men from Liverpool and two from Glan Conwy and Dwygyfylchi were among eight people arrested in a two-day operation led by Dyfed Powys Police earlier this week. National Crime Agency and North Wales Police officers were also involved in the raids – five of the arrests […]Read more ›
Rhyl will mark their Welsh Premier farewell with free entry for this weekend’s final game of the season against coastal rivals Llandudno. A bumper crowd is expected at Belle Vue on Saturday evening (5.15pm ko) for the Lillywhites’ last game in the top flight after four seasons. Relegation to the Huws Gray Alliance was all but sealed after last Friday night’s […]Read more ›
Rhyl are down and out of the Welsh Premier League after four seasons. The Lillywhites were relegated to the Huws Gray Alliance after a calamitous 4-0 defeat at Aberystwyth Town on Friday night. As has been the case many times this season, it was a Belle Vue graduate who did the damage as John Owen scored twice to keep the […]Read more ›