Round-Up of major games this weekend


There was a lot at stake for many clubs!

Llanrumney Utd upset the odds beating Aber Valley away 2-0 in their must win game to retain their Premier Division place. The pressure moves onto Tonyrefail BGC who must beat FC Cwmaman in their final game to overtake Llanrumney Utd. Ton Pentre beat Bridgend St - who are already promoted.
Ely Rangers went down at AFC Wattstown 6-2 but had already secured the Championship title. Llantwit Fardre are assured the runners-up place with one game left.
Drama in the Championship when Sully Sports travelled to Corntown to face Vale United in the Vale derby and needed a win to avoid relegation. Despite going ahead twice Vale Utd never gave up and scored a 91st minute winner to relegated Sully.
A 5-1 win for Afan United against already relegated Canton Rangers sealed the Division 1 West title and promotion. Cogan Coronation and Cardiff Bay Warriors will have to try again after a serious player injury forced the game to be abandoned
Grange Albion had a huge 2-1 victory over high flying Tata Steel United to help their relegation battle. Despite the defeat Tata Steel United are still in the race for the runners up place with Cardiff Bay Warriors.
Fairwaters 6-1 victory at Bettws also helps their relegation battle and their game at Grange Albion is huge for both clubs.
In Division 1 East the 2 promoted teams Cardiff Cosmos and Cwmbach Royal Stars faced off for the title. In front of a crowd of 222 Cwmbach Royal Stars won 5-2 to win the title - and remain undefeated in the league!

Where next?

FAW Men’s Tier 3 First Instance Body Decisions 2024 The FAW Tier 3 First Instance Body met on 14 and 15 May 2024 to consider the Tier 3 Licensing Applications for the 2024/25 season.
W John Owen Cup Final FC Cwmaman 1-2 Ely Rangers

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