After securing a return to the Welsh Premier next season, Neil Gibson has committed to the Seasiders for another three years. The veteran manager signed a new contract with the Huws Gray Alliance champions ahead of an open meeting with fans on Thursday evening to discuss the club’s plans for next season. The club said Gibson had committed to his […]Read more ›
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Were it not for the intervention of the domestic licences last season, Rhyl would have bid farewell to the Welsh Premier on Easter Monday 2016. Fast forward to Good Friday 2017 and the Lillywhites are on the brink again. And this time, there’s no safety net. All twelve WPL clubs have gained FAW licences for next season – but so […]Read more ›
Point FM’s sports editor Gareth Joy assesses what may happen to the Lillywhites and Seasiders as the FAW prepares to decide which teams can play in the Welsh Premier next season.Read more ›
HUWS GRAY CUP SEMI FINAL FLINT TOWN UNITED 1-1 PRESTATYN TOWN (after extra time, Flint Town United won 5-4 on penalties) They are now undisputed league champions – but even when thrust back into business four days after winning the Huws Gray Alliance title, Prestatyn Town faced a familiar conclusion to a familiar storyline this season that has probably been […]Read more ›
HUWS GRAY ALLIANCE PRESTATYN TOWN 1-3 DENBIGH TOWN For such a significant result, it wasn’t so much about Prestatyn finally buckling in the aftermath of a heartbreaking Welsh Cup exit as it was about a Denbigh side rejuvinated by Eddie Maurice Jones delivering a stellar performance that belied much of their form in the first half of the season. The […]Read more ›