Player of the Season!
Voting is now open for supporters to pick their player of the season! The 2017/18 season will live long in the history of Cefn Druids fans and now you can have your say on our most influential player. Vote Here #Druids
European Playoff Permutations
Druids fans will be watching the final of the Welsh Cup next weekend with anticipation, as a Connahs Quay victory will mean a pass to a play off final - playing the winner from Met V Barry. If Aberywtyth win the cup Druids will enter a play off semi final, which will be played at The Rock against Cardiff Met. #WPL
DRUIDS FINISH STRONG!
Following the news of Bangor City's relegation, and the following permetations for the Europa League play offs - Druids had even more of an incentive to finish strong. A win over Connahs Quay would push druids on the road to a 5th place finish! Nomads' European qualification was already confirmed after Thursday's licencing decisions. Matty Owen opened the scoring against his former club, his well-placed low shot from the edge of the box beating John Danby despite the keeper g
UPDATE: FAW LICENCE APPEAL
The FAW Club Licensing Appeals Body met in Cardiff today (26 April) to consider the appeals of three clubs. Bangor City (UEFA & Tier 1 Licence), Connah’s Quay Nomads (UEFA & Tier 1) and Llanelli Town (Tier 1) were all refused their relevant Licenses by the independent FAW Club Licensing First Instance Body on 6 April. All three clubs submitted their appeals against the decisions of the First Instance Body in accordance with the FAW Club Licensing Regulations. The Tier 1 Licen
Druids left disappointed at Nantporth
Credit: Andre Pepper Alex Darlington's deft flick from a Steven Hewitt corner on 15' was enough to separate the sides, despite a late rally from the Ancients. A pacy opening to the game had yielded few clear chances when the midfielder struck, ghosting free of the Druids defence at the front post to flick home Hewitt's low corner with the outside of the boot. Dean Rittenberg went close to doubling City's lead just before the break, firing a low shot from a tight angle that Dr
Druids go 5th!
An impressive second half performance powered Cefn Druids to a 3-1 win over Cardiff Met at the Rock. A cagey opening fifteen minutes saw little in the way of goalmouth action. Adam Roscrow’s near post effort on 3’, which was comfortably dealt with by Michael Jones, the best either side mustered until Met took the lead on 18’. A quick break freed Eliot Evans down the right, and his deep cross was met by Jordan Lam who rose tallest to power home the header. The goal woke the ho
UP NEXT: MET
This Saturday Druids welcome Cardiff Met to The Rock, the game is an important one for both sides as they prepare for the Europa League Play-Offs - A win for the Ancients will take them to 5th above Met for the first time since the cut in January. These two side have faced each other 3 times already in this campaign which saw Met hammer Druids 3-0 in the opening game of the season at The Rock, with Druids taking 4 points from their two trips to the capital, 1-1 & 3-1. Both si
Druids secure FAW & UEFA Licence
Druids have retained their FAW Tier 1 & UEFA licences following a meeting in Cardiff. The meeting took place at the Association’s headquarters in Cardiff to assess and consider the 11 UEFA and 17 FAW Tier 1 applications. 14 of the 17 applications for a Tier 1 licence have been successful. This includes Caernarfon Town, Airbus UK Broughton, Rhyl and Flint Town United of the Huws Gray Alliance, and Haverfordwest County of the Welsh Football League, which means these clubs are n