Barry raced into this cup fixture with a early goal at Jenner Park, this did little to knock Druids confidence as they went on to dominate the first half of the tie with the majority of possession and the most clear chances. The equaliser came from a superb strike by Naim Arsan. HT 1-1 The Ancients will have been confident at the restart, this confidence was soon dashed following 2 early goals from Barry. Hood with a 50 year screamer which will no doubt find support for 'Goal
The January Transfer window delivers another new signing for Cefn Druids, this time in the shape of a new reserve keeper. Nik Bulmer brings with him a whole wealth of experience playing for Rhyl, Connahs Quay Nomads, Airbus and most recently with Bangor City. The Chester-born 'keeper signed for Manchester United as an 11 year old, spending five years there, before joining Queens Park Rangers. A regular member of The R's U18s side, he was loaned to Hayes and Yeading before bei
Druids arrived at the last game of Phase 1 already knowing they had been consigned to the Relegation Conference (Bottom 6) where as Newtown had long secured Top 6 football. An unbeaten record at Latham Park and some impressive results on the road have shown a strong resilient Newtown side, who would be looking to brush the Ancients aside. Huw decided to mix things up benching Arsan, Mudimu & Rittenberg regular starting XI players, introducing Jack Kenny, making his debut - wi
The club is pleased to announce the signing of forward Jack Kenny from Connahs Quay Nomads. Kenny had previously played in the Welsh Premier League at both Rhyl and Prestatyn Town with a record of nine goals in 25 starts. Kenny had also previously played at Alsager Town and Atherton Collieries. Huw Griffiths said on the signing " It's a really good signing ... He's a good age, he's a teacher - so he's a leader - and he's got fantastic work rate and a fantastic work ethic."He'
At Half Time during our First Team fixture against Barry Town the club presented its 'Player of the month' award. This month it went to two players. U8s - Louie Anderson U9s - Rhys Ineson Congratulations to both! The presentation was made by Directors Bryan Hurst, Tudur Jones & Vice-Chairman Graham Jones. #Druids #Academy
Cefn Druids are pleased to announce the signing of John Owen from Llandudno, the Club has had interest in the forward for some time and has followed his progress since his summer move to the seasiders. Welsh speaker Owen, from the Porthmadog area spent six years at Bangor City moving on to Porthmadog, Rhyl, Llandudno before a move to Aberystwyth, where he was a prolific goal scorer. Owen will add some real quality to this Ancients side as they prepare for a Phase 2 battle and
The New Saints 7-0 Cefn Druids Attendance: 281 Referee: Iwan Griffith The champions sealed a top six place after they thrashed Cefn Druids at Park Hall. Ryan Brobbel's opener ten minutes into the game set the tone for the afternoon, the midfielder beating a couple of defenders before his shot went in via a deflection. Striker Kurtis Byrne then added a second on 18', latching onto a Simon Spender pass before slotting home. Jamie Mullan sprang the offside trap to make it three