Carmarthen Town

badge West Wales club who gained League status in 1996, highest finish third in 2001. Reached the Welsh Cup final in 1999 and 2005 and won a Uefa Cup tie in the same year. Won the Welsh Cup for the first time in 2007 and lifted the League Cup for the second time in 2012/13.
Address for correspondence
Richmond Park, Priory Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1LR
Matchday telephone 07815 838682 / 07889 565139
Admission prices
£7 adults, £5 concessions, £1 Under-11
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WELSH PREMIER SQUAD
Kyle Bassett Forward
Cortez Belle Defender
Steven Cann Goalkeeper
Alex Chrysanthou Forward
Matty Collins Midfield
Luke Cummings Defender
Christian Doidge Striker
Carl Evans Midfield
Iestyn Evans Youth
Jordan Follows Striker
Paul Fowler Midfield
Craig Hanford Defender
Craig Hughes Striker
Scott James Goalkeeper
Corey Jenkins Midfield
Liam McCreesh Striker
Ceri Morgan Midfield
Keyon Reffell Forward
Neil Smothers Defender
Corey Thomas Defender
Kris Thomas Midfield
Liam Thomas Midfield
Tyrrell Webbe Striker
LEADING SCORERS
Christian Doidge 16
Liam Thomas 10
Cortez Belle 6
Kyle Bassett 5
Liam McCreesh 3
Jordan Follows 2
Matty Collins 2
LATEST RESULTS & REPORTS
[Carmarthen Town score shown first]
29 MarNewtown AFC6-1
12 AprRhyl FC2-1
19 AprAirbus UK Broughton2-1
21 AprNewtown AFC3-0
NEXT FIXTURES
26 AprThe New SaintsH
ATTENDANCES THIS SEASON
High: 409  Low: 153  Ave: 277  
Founded 1948
Nickname Old Gold
Manager Mark Aizlewood
Coach/assistant Neil Smothers
Strip Old gold shirts with black trim, black shorts, old gold socks
Alternate strip Red shirts and shorts, black socks
Main honours
Joined League of Wales 1996.
Highest finish 3rd (2001).
Welsh Cup winners 2006/7.
League Cup winners 2012/13.
Biggest league win
9-1 v UWIC Inter Cardiff 21/10/00
8-0 v Cardiff Grange Quins, 10/12/05
8-0 v Connah's Quay Nomads, 08/12/07
Biggest league home win
9-1 v UWIC Inter Cardiff 21/10/00
8-0 v Cardiff Grange Quins, 10/12/05
8-0 v Connah's Quay Nomads, 08/12/07
Biggest league away win
7-1 at Caersws, 06/10/06
Biggest league defeat
8-0 at The New Saints 29/03/09
Biggest league home defeat
1-5 by Bangor City 07/12/96
0-4 by Aberystwyth Town 26/02/97
0-4 by Ton Pentre 04/09/96
0-4 by Haverfordwest County 08/12/00
Biggest league away defeat
8-0 at The New Saints 29/03/09
Most goals in season
18 by Richard Parker in 1999-00
18 by Danny Thomas in 2007-08
Most goals in match
5 by Tim Hicks v Connah's Quay Nomads 08/12/07
Club top scorer
56 by Danny Thomas from 116 apps (+41 sub)
Most club appearances
183 (+1 sub) by David Barnhouse