Anyone in Welsh football knows a trip to The Oval is rarely relished, an old style ground with a hardcore fanbase who can really turn the game in favor of the home side, something Druids experienced on the opening game of last season limping home after losing 1-0. The cofis had played both TNS & Connahs Quay, securing an impressive point from a daunting opening 2 games. The test would be if the Ancients could continue their starting good form and take something from the game.
Following an impressive performance away at Latham Park, securing a point. The Anceints headed into matchday 2 against the newly promoted Airbus side who had invested heavily over the summer and are favored to secure league survival this season. Ahead of kick off Druids were dealt a blow as new signig Tyrone Ofori, who had made his debut only the week before, was ruled out in the warm up due to an injury. New boy Cody Ruberto was called on, and he did not disappoint, scoring
The club is pleased to announced that Joash Nembhard has joined us on a loan deal from the Welsh Champions TNS. The Twenty-year-old central defender joined The New Saints from Evo-Stik League South side, Staines Town FC. Prior to joining Staines Town in July 2017, he spent time at Hendon FC and Chesham United. On the loan deal Jayson Starkey, Assistant Manager Commented :- "We are pleased to announce the loan signing of Joash. He is a player who fits the profile of what we we
At this Friday's JD Cymru Leagues match against Airbus the new Club Shop will be officially opened. This will begin a new era for the club as we offer better facilities and more choice to our loyal fans and visiting supporters. Why not come along this Friday at 18.45 to take a look around. Thanks must go to Tom & Julie Kenmuir who have loyally run the shop for many years and will be moving into the new facilities, also to Bryan Hurst of Johnstown & Ruabon Tyre service who has
The renamed JD Welsh Premier got underway last Friday with an away trip for Druids to Latham Park. The last 5 meetings of these two sides had resulted in draws, but a strong showing by Newtown last season - they finished 5th above Bala Town - looked likely to sway things in the Robins favour. A lacklustre pre season for Huw Griffiths' boys did little to boost hopes! but the naysayers where shown a greatly improved performance by the Ancients who provided an impressive defensi
The club is pleaced to announce the addition of Tyrone Ofori to the squad, the centre forward joins us from Italian side Cavese 1919 and has had international clearance to play in tonights game against Newtown. Many fans will have seen Tyrone in action pre season, and I'm sure he will impress as the season unfolds. Ofori started his career at Aston Villa before moving to Shrewsbury in the U18s set up, then to Tamworth where he Made his first team debut in August 2018 against
Druids crashed out of the Nathaniel MG Cup in the second round for the second year running, the visitors to the Rock this season were former Welsh Premier outfit Prestatyn Town. Druids who were limited with selection choices opted for a youthful bench which pleased many Ancient fans to see the development of our youth set up. The game started slow for Huw's boys with Prestatyn dominating the opening 15 mins of play, scoring in the 13th min. Following this Druid settled into t