Cefn Druids’ winless start to the season continued as they were knocked out for the second season running in extra time by Airbus UK Broughton. The Wingmakers had taken an early two goal lead at the Rock through James Hooper and Leo Riley. Arek Piskorski pulled one back for Druids midway through the first half, before Iwan Cartwright levelled with ten to play. Dean Rittenberg put the Ancients ahead in ET, but Brady McGilloway brought Airbus back on terms, before former druid
Druids travelled to Maes Tegid in search of their first points of the season - It was Bala who started brightest as Steve Tames found himself one-v-one with Michael Jones inside four minutes but could somehow only hit the side-netting to let Druids off the hook. He made no mistake five minutes later, however, as Tames broke forward, beat a defender and curled home for 1-0 to give Bala the lead. Druids were still in the game, of course, but Bala did have some good spells of po
Cefn Druids 2-3 Llanelli Town
Cefn Druids scorers: Dean Rittenberg 6’, James Davies 34’
Llanelli Town scorer: James Loveridge 47’, 74’, Chris Jones 90+3’ Attendance: 229 Referee: Tom Williams Keen to get their first win on the board, Druids went for an attacking line up from the off in this fixture, with James Davies, Dean Rittenberg and Arek Piskorski in a front three for the Ancients, and it paid off as Huw Griffiths’ side took the lead inside six minutes, with
The Druids had a disappointing start to the season last week away at The Oval as league new boys Caernarfon powered their way to the three points.
Cai Jones' volley was the difference between the teams as a excitable home crowd of over 800 helped their side over the line in the closing stages.
Druids could have been in front early on. Naim Arsan's long ball found James Davies, and the forward managed to knock it past Alex Ramsey only for Nathan Craig to clear off the lin
Druids have secured midfielder Moussa Samassa for the upcoming 2018/19 season. Moussa arrives from French club Locminé having also spent time at Saint-Brieuc. Druids fans who attended the Cardiff Met game will have seen Moussa provide a strong performance as a trialist and was quickly snapped up by the Druids management team. Jayson Starkey, Assistant Manager commented : - We are pleased to welcome Moussa to Cefn Druids. We were aware of his ability before he came in and last
Druids are very pleased to announce former Bangor City player Dean Rittenberg has put pen to paper and joined the Ancients for the 2018/19 season. Dean is an experienced centre forward, arriving in the Welsh Prem in early 2017 from Blackburn Rovers, he progressed through their academy structure from the age of 13 playing for their U18s and U23s, before moving to Bangor city where he proved an invaluable asset in the domestic competition but also in Bangor Europa League matche
Druids were back to winning ways in competitive competitions in their first NEWFA Cup game, Druids fielded a young side who impressed greatly. The FT score of 8-0 showed Druids quality with goals for Lewis George x3, Ryan Davies x2, Ben Burrows, Isaac Dawson, Ilan Ap Gareth. Get a match report the North East Wales Football Fan Page here >> https://newalesfootball.wordpress.com/2018/08/03/druids-experience-and-youth-shine-in-8-0-win-over-flint-mountain/ #Druids #NEWFA
The annual match between the two Cefn sides took place last night, the pre-season friendly has the added bonus of benefiting the local community with all proceeds going to worthy causes. This year is the turn of Rhosymedre Church with the money going towards the upkeep of the graveyard which has become overgrown in recent years. The game ended 4-0 to Druids reflecting last years scoreline, with goals from James Davies x2, Matty Owen and a Trialist (Watch out for announcements