Cwmbran Celtic lose tribunal over Welsh League demotion

5:51pm Friday 17th October 2014

CWMBRAN Celtic have lost their Sport Arbitration tribunal to appeal their demotion in the Welsh League, writes Michael Pearlman.

Cwmbran Celtic to find out fate on Friday

1:53pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

THEY have waited six months already and now Cwmbran Celtic must sweat for another 48 hours to find out their fate for the season, writes Michael Pearlman.

Cwmbran Celtic row to be resolved on Tuesday

7:38pm Thursday 9th October 2014

CWMBRAN Celtic’s battle to be able to play competitive league football will be resolved on Tuesday, writes Michael Pearlman.

Cwmbran Celtic ready to go to court... just so they can play games

South Wales Argus: Cwmbran Celtic v Monmouth Town. Monmouth pile the pressure on the Cwmbran defence from the corner. (6304012)

6:03am Friday 3rd October 2014

ONE of Gwent’s top clubs are set for a Sport Arbitration tribunal after a row with the Football Association of Wales has left them unable to kick a ball in anger so far this season.

Darcy Blake's hat-trick for pub team sparks row

South Wales Argus: Darcy Blake (4871788)

11:44am Tuesday 30th September 2014

FORMER Wales international Darcy Blake, who ended last season at Newport County AFC, has sparked a row after turning out for his local team in the amateur North Gwent League.

Football club looking to boost girls teams' ranks

South Wales Argus: INSPIRATION: Abertillery girls football players met Commonwealth Games star Lauren Price at training

1:29pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

BUDDING female footballers in Gwent are being urged to show what they can do as the new season gets under way.

Kendall hoping to get England over the line against Wales

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12:30am Thursday 21st August 2014

THE BATTLE is on tonight with World Cup qualification on the line, but spare a thought for the proud Welshman whose job it is to ensure it is the English who are victorious in Cardiff.

Funding boost for Treowen Stars youngsters

South Wales Argus: FUNDING BOOST: The Treowen Stars mini football under-7 and under-8 teams

2:49pm Thursday 24th July 2014

EXPANSION for a Newbridge based football club has been made possible through grant funding from Sport Wales.

Former Wales international enjoys Stateside success

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3:38pm Friday 11th July 2014

NEWPORT County AFC endured a miserable time under a coach named Hudson back in 2011 but things are going far better for another Hudson in America, writes Andrew Penman.

Magic Pill celebrate historic treble

South Wales Argus: WINNERS: The Pill AFC players and staff are used to holding silverware after clinching the treble

12:38pm Friday 13th June 2014

GWENT County League side Pill AFC are celebrating an historic treble after completing a season of unparalleled success.

Monmouth close in on the title

South Wales Argus: QUALITY: New Monmouth Town manager Steve Jenkins during his time with Newport County

11:56am Wednesday 7th May 2014

MONMOUTH Town need just a point from their final game to become Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Division One champions.

Gwent football preview

7:40am Friday 7th March 2014

WITH just two months of the Nathaniel Cars Welsh League season remaining, promotion races and relegation battles intensify across all three divisions tomorrow.

Local footballer receives 16-month ban for 'doing a Di Canio'

South Wales Argus: Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio celebrates after Stephane Sessegnon scores his side's first goal of the game during the Barclays Premier League match at St James' Park, Newcastle. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday April 14, 2013. See

8:02am Tuesday 21st January 2014

A NEWPORT footballer has been banned for 16 months for ‘doing a Paolo Di Canio,’ the Argus can reveal.

Former County hero Julian Alsop joins Monmouth Town

10:43am Monday 6th January 2014

MONMOUTH Town have confirmed the signing of former Newport County AFC, Cheltenham Town and Swansea City striker Julian Alsop until the end of the season.

Former soldier recognised for volunteer football coaching role

South Wales Argus: PRIZE GUY: Paul Scarfi, centre, receives his award from Newport County AFC manager Justin Edinburgh, right, after being nominated by Geraint Edwards, left

5:02pm Wednesday 11th December 2013

A FORMER soldier from Newport has been recognised for his tireless volunteer work in helping to provide football coaching for homeless people.

Caldicot hit out after FAW Welsh Cup disqualification

12:20pm Monday 25th November 2013

CALDICOT Town have accused Penybont of ‘unsporting behaviour’ after the Gwent side were disqualified from the FAW Welsh Cup, writes Andrew Penman.

Gwent football hopefuls compete to win pro contract

South Wales Argus: BIG CHANCE: Ex-England star Matt Le Tissier, centre, with last year's winners Kayden Jackson, left, and Jack Sherratt

12:03pm Wednesday 23rd October 2013

A HOST of talented amateur footballers from Gwent have been shortlisted in a nationwide competition to win a professional playing contract with a Football League club.

Newport County put 8 past Cardiff University

3:31pm Tuesday 24th September 2013

NEWPORT County AFC sealed a new two-year deal to use Cardiff University's sporting facilities as their training base with a practice match against the university's first team this morning.

Top award for Newport teen Rollin Menayese

South Wales Argus: PRIZE GUY: Newport teenager Rollin Menayese receives his award from Wales legend Ian Rush

3:02pm Monday 16th September 2013

NEWPORT teenager Rollin Menayese has been named young player of the year in the FAW Community Awards.

Wales U17 stroll to win

12:01pm Wednesday 21st August 2013

WALES were victorious at Dragon Park on Tuesday as their U17 side warmed up for September’s UEFA qualifiers.

Abergavenny Thursdays withdraw from Gwent County League

3:26pm Tuesday 20th August 2013

FORMER Welsh League champions Abergavenny Thursdays face an uncertain future after being forced to withdraw from the Gwent County League due to a lack of players.

Keeper’s Euro adventure

6:00am Wednesday 10th July 2013

WELSH Premier League club Bala Town continue their European adventure tomorrow with Gwent goalkeeper Ashley Morris dreaming of a clash with his beloved Swansea City.

Legg is tipping Kingfishers for promotion with Steve Jenkins

South Wales Argus: QUALITY: New Monmouth Town manager Steve Jenkins during his time with Newport County

6:00am Friday 31st May 2013

NEW Monmouth Town manager Steve Jenkins is ideally suited to his role, according to fellow former Wales international Andy Legg.

Danny Gabbidon's delight at return to the big time

South Wales Argus: HAPPY DAYS: Danny Gabbidon

8:00am Wednesday 29th May 2013

DANNY Gabbidon today woke with tired eyes but in a great mood after completing a remarkable career renaissance with a return to the Premier League.

Alex Morgan makes his name in Sweden

6:40am Friday 24th May 2013

A FORMER Newport County AFC youth player is making his mark as a professional in Swedish football. Alex Morgan, a 21-year-old utility player from Newport, played for his hometown club until the age of 17 before being offered a football scholarship in North Carolina.

Gwent pair to chase the Premier League dream

South Wales Argus: Gwent pair to chase the Premier League dream

6:10am Wednesday 8th May 2013

PREMIER League new boys Cardiff City have signed up two more of the brightest prospects in Gwent football.

Crows duo honoured

South Wales Argus: MR CWMBRAN TOWN: Former manager the late Tony Wilcox

9:30am Thursday 25th April 2013

With the Welsh Premier League celebrating its 20th season, the Football Association of Wales has created the WPL Hall of Fame – and two Gwent heroes have been inducted.

Gwent teen ready to join the Premier party with Bluebirds

10:00am Thursday 18th April 2013

CARDIFF City will have at least two Gwent youngsters in their ranks as they enter the Premier League next season.

Kingfishers pledge to be patient in Welsh Premier bid

10:00am Friday 29th March 2013

CHAIRMAN Lee Robson insists title-chasing Monmouth Town can reach the Holy Grail of Welsh football – but it won’t be next season, writes Ian Morgan.

Wales boss warns Scots they won't stop Gareth Bale

South Wales Argus: MARKED MAN: Gareth Bale is brought down by the Croatian defence

11:10pm Sunday 17th March 2013

WALES manager Chris Coleman has warned Scotland any attempts to rough up Gareth Bale during Friday's World Cup qualifier are doomed to fail.

MacWhirter Welsh League football round-up

12:20pm Monday 4th February 2013

GOYTRE made light of being minus suspended top scorer Luke Prosser by overcoming a stubborn Newport YMCA side to post a 14th successive Division Two victory since the season’s start.

Chepstow's Welsh Cup dream is over

South Wales Argus: COMMITMENT: Chepstow’s Rob Thorn flies into a tackle

12:10pm Monday 28th January 2013

CHEPSTOW Town’s Welsh Cup run came to an end when they were narrowly beaten 3-4 at home against 1st Division side Haverfordwest County.

MACWHIRTER WELSH LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Monmouth win can secure 107-year high

1:00pm Friday 16th November 2012

VICTORY for Monmouth Town over visiting county rivals Caerleon could, depending on other results, take the Kingfishers to the top of the Division One table for the first time in the club's 107-year history.

Red hot Monmouth delight boss Barrie Burns

2:30pm Monday 5th November 2012

ON A day when rain caused the majority of fixtures to be postponed, a five-star performance from MacWhirter Welsh League Division One debutants Monmouth Town puts them bang in championship-chasing mix.

Monmouthshire Building Society Newport and District League round-up

3:00pm Thursday 25th October 2012

IN the Dennis Herbert Senior Bowl Pill AFC eased past Cromwell Youth 6-2, to enter the next round.

Welsh Autoparts Gwent County League round-up

1:00pm Thursday 25th October 2012

THERE was no change at the top of the First Division with all the top three clubs recording victories, although leaders Lliswerry FC were rather fortunate to take all three points at Spytty Park against Pill AFC.

MacWhirter Welsh League round-up

8:00am Monday 22nd October 2012

MONMOUTH Town can cap a remarkable rise from parks football to the very top of the MacWhirter Welsh League tomorrow night, when victory at Taffs Well will earn them Division One leadership status.

MacWhirter Welsh League football preview

2:00pm Friday 19th October 2012

WITH all three top-flight clubs away from home in the MacWhirter Welsh League, neutral fans seeking the prospect of a goal-laden game may well find it worth watching the Division Two clash between hosts Croesyceiliog and Caerau (Ely) – the clubs having scored 20 between them in two recent league and cup meetings!

Monmouthshire Building Society Newport and District League round-up

3:00pm Thursday 18th October 2012

IT was Cup week in the District League on Saturday with the Dennis Herbert Senior Bowl (second round) and the Greyhound Junior Cup (first round) being played. The five games played in the Senior Bowl brought a few unlikely scores.

Welsh Autoparts Gwent County League round-up

1:00pm Thursday 18th October 2012

LAST weekend saw the second round of the County Motors Challenge Cup.

Significant victory for Newport - match report

8:09pm Sunday 14th October 2012

THE SIGNIFICANCE of this victory could be a major one for Newport after they deservedly beat their full-time professional opponents from the west of Ireland.

MacWhirter Welsh League football preview

3:16pm Friday 5th October 2012

WHILE the majority of local sides bid for places in round two of the Welsh Cup tomorrow, there are a couple of MacWhirter Welsh League derbies – the pick of which is the Division Two promotion tussle between Undy Athletic and Newport YMCA.

Goytre smash seven to stay perfect

2:30pm Monday 1st October 2012

ON A day when the 11 games involving local clubs produced no fewer than 60 goals, Division Two leaders Goytre top scored with seven to maintain their 100 per cent record after eight games.

WELSH LEAGUE PREVIEW: Tough showdowns for Gwent’s top clubs

South Wales Argus: WEEKEND ACTION: Goytre’s Callum Miles, right, wins the ball during his side’s 3-0 home win over Caldicot

1:00pm Friday 28th September 2012

ALL three top-flight sides – Caerleon, Cwmbran Celtic and Monmouth Town – face difficult tests tomorrow with home fixtures against higher-placed teams, while Goytre and Llanwern will seek to remain as Division Two and Three leaders respectively, writes Terry Daley .

Monmouthshire Building Society Newport and District League round-up

6:00pm Thursday 27th September 2012

PONTNEWYDD United moved to the top of the Premier X after a close 5-4 win over Newport Eagles.

Welsh Autoparts Gwent County League round-up

5:00pm Thursday 27th September 2012

FIRST Division leaders Lliswerry FC made it seven wins out of seven games when they travelled to Fairfield United.

Daniel MacDonald top dog for Monmouth

1:00pm Monday 24th September 2012

PROLIFIC scorer Daniel MacDonald returned to the top of the league’s goals charts with four in Monmouth Town’s 5-2 win at Margam-based Tata Steel.

MacWhirter Welsh League football preview

2:11pm Friday 21st September 2012

WITH all three MacWhirter Welsh League top-flight clubs playing away tomorrow, the focus of attention falls on a county derby between unbeaten Divi-sion Two leaders Goy-tre and Caldicot Town.

Welsh League and Cup football preview

4:00pm Friday 14th September 2012

WITH the majority of local clubs playing in round one of the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup, only three are in MacWhirter Welsh League action tomorrow – including Llan-wern and Treowen Stars, who meet at Newport Stadium.

Surprises in Senior Bowl

3:50pm Wednesday 12th September 2012

CUP weekend in the District League brought several shocks in the Dennis Herbert Senior Bowl, sponsored by the Greyhound Inn. FC Boilermakers won 3-2 away to Albion Rovers after extra time, Liam Smith (2) and Joshua Muir got the goals.

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