The Call goes out: "BACK THE BOYS"
Druids delivered the best possible gift for fans before christmas with an away win at Aberystwyth over Nev Powell's men. The Ancients head into their last 4 games of Phase One and its a tough test with TNS twice followed by Barry Town and Newtown. The confidence of the team is high and they will be heading into those games expecting points - That is why we need your help, the atmosphere created away at Park Av boosted the side to victory and we need to keep that momentum goin
MUDIMU WINS AWARD
Druids' own Alec Mudimu has claimed the coveted prize of Zimbabwe Young Achievers 'Sports Personality of the Year'. ZYA was created to celebrate the talent Zimbabweans are demonstrating here in the UK. At an awards evening in Coventry Alec was awarded his prize, he later thank everyone who voted for him he said: "I want to thank everyone who took time out to vote and support me, this is amazing! It's not all been rainbows and flowers, my close people will know the hard work t
Druids impress despite loss to Quay!
Druids headed into this game with a 'Free Pass' entertaining a top of the table side with an in form squad is never easy and Huw and the boys knew anything from this match would be a huge bonus in what has been a tough Phase 1. Nomads on the other hand couldn't afford to drop points as they hoped to strengthen their hold at the top of the JD Welsh Premier League. The opening minutes of the game came as bad news for Druids as a high tempo Nomads had all the play and pressed ha
Druids Roar in NEWFA Cup!
Tonight Druids faced Ruthin in the rescheduled NEWFA Cup fixture which was abandoned due to fog last month. Ruthin the current holders of the cup would have been ready for a strong defence of their title. Druids put on an impressive display going 7-1 up by HT! by the final whistle they'd put 11 goals past the current holders. FT: Druids 11-2 Ruthin (Druids: Peate x2, Davies x4, Rittenberg x2, Hajdari [pen], Ap Gareth, Evans) (Ruthin: Llyr Morris, Cai Davies) Druids now progre
R4 Welsh Cup Draw
Tonight live on S4Cs Heno programme the draw for the Last 16 of the Welsh cup took place. Druids have been drawn away to Premier League rivals Barry Town United! The match will take place on the weekend of 25th January. Other draws :- Carmarthen Town v Connah’s Quay Nomads Haverfordwest County v Flint Town United / Bala Town Bangor City v Caernarfon Town Airbus UK Broughton v The New Saints Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC v Rhyl Aberystwyth Town v Cardiff Met Llangefni Town v Lla
Druids Progress in the Welsh Cup!
Cefn Druids survived a potential banana skin as they progressed past Cup minnows Ynysddu Welfare to reach Round Four of the JD Welsh Cup. Dean Rittenberg and Naim Arsan scored in the first half to settle any nerves. Lloyd Stone clawed one back for Ynysddu but after a red card to Lewis Barnett, Jordan Evans late free-kick secured the game for the the Ancients. Despite the four divisions separating the two sides, the Ddus remained competitive in the fixture as forced the Welsh
WELSH CUP WEEKEND!
This weekend brings around the JD Welsh Cup! - Druids will face Ynysddu Welfare FC who are the lowest ranked side left in the competition. The game will be played away and KO at 14.30. Come along and support the boys! #WelshCup #Druids #YnysdduWelfare
Druids show real spirit to fight back to secure a draw!
The Lakesiders had raced into a two goal lead early on, Mike Hayes and Henry Jones having them two up inside twenty minutes. Two could have been three five minutes later when a chance was cleared off the line by Druids, before Anthony Miley fired over on the rebound. Further first half pressure failed to yield more goals, and Druids will be thankful. The Ancients responded after the break. James Davies brought them back into the game on 55' with a a close range finish, after