Two in one week for The Reds

LLANELLI Town AFC (The Reds) are preparing for two games in one week having come off the back of a big win over their main title rivals Haverfordwest. That game was played in front of  one of the season's largest crowds.

The first of the two games will be against Cwmamman United (away) on Wednesday 4th of April. Cwmamman United are struggling in the league and will be pulling out all the stops to try and avoid relegation. it promises to be a cracking game of football.

On Saturday...

The Reds move closer to clinching title and promotion

LLANELLI Town AFC (the Reds) went a step further towards taking the title and promotion to Welsh Premier with a fine win over Goytre last Friday.

Goals from Lee Trundle and Liam Samuel secured a 2 nil win and cemented their place at the top of Welsh League Division One.

The Reds are now 3 points clear on Penybont with 5 games in hand.

Their nearest rivals  are Haverfordwest who  are 6 points behind with a game in...

Llanelli Town AFC (the Reds) top the table

LLANELLI Town AFC got back to winning ways with two important home wins within a space of five days.

The first was a brilliant 1 nil win over title rivals and league leaders Penybont last Wednesday (Mar 7). A James Loveridge goal separating the teams, when in truth, the Reds should have run out as comfortable winners but for a host of chances, which went begging.

The win put the Reds within 3 points clear of Penybont with 5 games in hand.

News broke on Friday that Penybont had been...

Reds go down to Undy but eyes are still on the title

LLANELLI Town AFC (The Reds) suffered a second successive home defeat when they lost by one goal to to mid table Undy Athletic.

Despite their best efforts the Llanelli side never really looked liked winning the game even with the home advantage.

The Reds dropped down to 3rd in the league, three points behind leaders Penybont. They do have the comfort of having four games in hand, all of which, will be played at Stebonheath. From the club's perspective the title is still...

Llanelli AFC ‘The Reds’ chairman to stand down

The Llanelli AFC (The Reds) chairman David Craddock is to stand down at the end of this season. Craddock has been largely responsible for the good fortunes and sustainability of The Reds following previous financial difficulties at the club.

The management and coaching team of Andy Hill and Mark Dickenson have also brought silverware and promotion with their hard work on and off the field. The reds went through a tremendous spell of an unbeaten run last season and many put that...

The Reds cut it fine to beat Cwmamman

Reds v Cwmamman United by Alan (The Reds) Evans

STILL not firing on all cylinders, Llanelli Town are nevertheless grinding out results, and following the hard-earned win over Undy in their previous match, they left it very late against near neighbours Cwmamman, with a Joe Clarke strike two minutes from time sealing matters in their favour.

Once again they dominated possession, but...

Undy go under as Follows fires in two for The Reds

Report by Alan (The Reds) Evans

Two second-half goals by Jordan Follows clinched the visitors three hard-earned points against opponents who belied their lowly league position, posing plenty of problems throughout.

Still missing three or four regulars, the Reds` drafted Liam Samuel into an unfamiliar right back position, but both Jordan Davies and James Loveridge started, although the latter lasted barely five minutes, pulling up with a hamstring...

Reds cup run ends at Celtic Park

Celtic Park has become something of a graveyard to Reds` hopes as they have still to record a win at the ground. Their latest visit in the second round of the JD Welsh Cup proved to be no more successful, although the manner of the loss was contentious to say the least, and hard to take.

With the score locked at 1-1 deep into stoppage time and a further 30 minutes looming, a tackle by Kurtis March on home striker Josh Bull on the byline led to Bull going down far too easily, but...

Reds winning streak cooled by Port Talbot steelmen

BOTH teams deserve credit for contributing to an entertaining game despite the horrendous weather conditions.

A strong wind and heavy rain sweeping across the playing surface did neither side any favours, but they overcame the elements and treated the sizeable crowd to an exciting contest.

A draw at the close was probably just about the right result, as chances were created at both ends, although the visitors shaded the overall play with the home side guilty of giving away...

Mighty Reds take title, cup and unbeaten record

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Having comprehensively swept through their league programme to clinch an emphatic promotion, Llanelli Town turned their attentions to the Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Cup final at the Old Road ground of Briton Ferry Llansawel in their quest for a league and cup double.

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