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|Full name||Penydarren Boys & Girls Club|
|Ground||The Bont Playing Fields, Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil|
|League||Ardal Leagues South West|
|2019–20||Welsh Football League Division One, 4th|
During the 2018-19 season they gained promotion to the Welsh Football League Division One. They are best known for their run in the 2017–18 Welsh Cup by making the quarter final where they faced Bangor City
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JD Welsh Cup Run - 2017–18Edit
|Qualifying Round 1||Penrhiwceiber Rangers||5-3|
|Qualifying Round 2||Brecon Corries||3-1|
|Round 1||Cardiff Corries||4-0|
|Round 2||STM Sports||2-1|
|Round 3||Llandudno Junction||4-0|
|Last 16||Pontypridd Town||2-1|
|Quarter Final||Bangor City||0-7|
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