Matty Owen returns to The Rock
Druids are pleased to confirmed today that they have signed Matty Owen from title challengers Connahs Quay, Matty will be known to many Druids fans after his loan stint at the club first in 2013 from Wrexham AFC and following transfer to Druids in 2014, before then making a move to fellow WPL club Newtown at the end of that season. Owen then made a move to Connahs Quay in the summer of 2016 where he has been until now, Huw will be happy to secure this stable and reliable pl
Morris signs for the Ancients
Cefn Druids are pleased to announce the signing of Alun Morris from Oswestry Town FC, Alun who hails from Oswestry will hope to bolster the Druids defence after Adam Hesp drops out of the squad following a broken ankle picked up during the christmas fixtures. Jayson Starkey Assistant Manager said :- "We are delighted to have signed Alun. Alun is someone who was brought to my attention a few months back. After seeing him play it was clear that he had the characteristics we wer
PHASE 2 FIXTURES ANNOUNCED!
Today the Welsh Premier League published the fixtures for Phase two, Druids will kick off with a tough test against the title holders The New Saints. There will be no easy games in this phase but Huw and the boys have already got the measure of the other 5 clubs in the first half of the season and will be hoping to repeat performances such as beating Bangor & Bala and taking points of MET and Connahs Quay. This phase also has us looking forward to welcoming the 'Exeter Boys'
HISTORY MAKERS! DRUIDS SECURE TOP 6.
Huw celebrates a historic night for the ancients (Credit: Salop Sports Photography) Saturday will remain a memorable night for Ancients fans, the 0-0 draw with Llandudno was enough to secure Druids a top 6 finish - their best finish ever in the top flight. This follows the success of finishing 8th last season despite the majority of pundits predicting their straight drop back to the Cymru Alliance. Huw and the boys were faced with the same doomsayers this season with a near u
FT: Druids 0-0 Llandudno
Saturday's match had big billing, with lots of hype in local and national media about the 'straight shootout' between Druids and Llandudno. Druids well aware of the threat of the seasiders but also educated to the fact that a point would see them sail clear into the safety of the top 6. The match started slow but didn't take long for chances to start being fired home, Druids dominating possession in throughout the game but with Llandudno seeming to create the better chances o
SHOWDOWN: DRUIDS V LLANDUDNO
Druids return to The Rock today in a huge fixture against Llandudno. The Ancients only need one point to secure a top 6th finish for the first time in the clubs history! whereas Llandudno are faced with a straight must win fixture, 3 points and their superior goal difference will see them through to top 6 safety. John Hughes, Chairman: "This weekend is the most important in our recent history. To be challenging for a possible European place is testament to all the hard work
Advice to fans ahead of Llandudno game
*Advice for fans ahead of tomorrows game* - We are expecting a high attendance at the Rock tomorrow for the game against Llandudno, the car park will be at full capacity so we are recommending fans carshare if possible or use alternative parking on the former Kwik Save site at the bottom of Rock Road. #Druids
Iwan Cartwright joins the ancients!
Iwan Cartwright puts pen to paper and joins Druids as their first transfer of 2018. He spent his first half of the season at Newtown after impressing in pre season, prior to his time at the robins Cartwright had played for Colwyn Bay FC, Nuneaton & Wrexham. Iwan hit the ground running, playing his first game for Druids away at Carmarthen last weekend coming on as a sub for Eckersley at right back. He will do much to strengthen the Druids squad as they head in to phase 2. Jays
Druids prepare for showdown with Llandudno!
This Saturday Druids return to The Rock to take on Llandudno in the final match of Phase 1! The stage has been set for the ultimate showdown with the winner taking the 6th place spot in the table and safety in phase 2. Druids find themselves currently in 6th place on 30 points, Llandudno trail in 7th on 27 but their superior goal difference will mean a win for them will secure them the last spot in the top half of the table. Druids only need 1 point to guarantee them a top pl