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
After last weeks emphatic victory over Carmarthen town, Druids were on the road again - This time to Jenner Park to take on Barry Town. Barry have been making their mark on the league this season and a win over Druids would take them to second in the table, they would surely prove a tough test for Huw Griffiths' men.
A dream start to the fixture when a cross by Jordan Evans was picked up by Arek Piskorski and put Druids 10 up after 20 seconds (Surely one of the fastest g
Druids have been handed a bye to the European Play-off final thanks to Connahs Quay Nomads winning the Welsh Cup. The final held at Newtown finished Aberystwyth 1-4 Nomads, an impressive display by Andy Morrisons men gifted them the cup but handed Druids a golden ticket to the final avoiding a first play off match. Druids will now face the winner of Met V Barry which will be played this Saturday (12th May) the winner will then travel up to The Rock to play Druids on Sunday 20
Druids headed into this fixture riding high after securing a point away against Met last weekend, Barry equally bolstered by their performances against TNS and Bangor so far this season as well as enjoying Kayne Mclaggon's excellent goalscoring form would have relished the chance to pick up another 3 points on the road. Two equally matched sides resulted in a 0-0 score at the half time whistle (following a disallowed goal for Druids). The first goal came only 7 minutes after
Druids welcome Barry Town back to the Rock after a break of 4 years! Their last meeting at The Rock was back in 2013 in the Welsh Cup which saw Druids win 5-2. Barry once a main stay of the Welsh Premier League (winning it 7 times) fell on hard times exiting the league in 2004 and with difficulties on and off the pitch this once giant of welsh football looked doomed. Then in 2007 thanks to hugely committed fans, a fightback was started and following much upheaval the club sec
Cefn Druids climb up the Welsh Premier Leauge Table continued last weekend after a stunning away win over a boyant Barry Town. Both teams went into this fixture with a 3 game unbeaten run, both taking 7 points in their previous 3 games. Only a point serperated them in the Table sitting 6th and 7th. A textbook game of of two halves as Druids chased the game after conceding to the leagues top goal scorer Kayne McLaggon after 21mins. 1-0 at Half Time, and Barry would have been c
This weekend Druids make the long journey south to Jenner Park to take on Barry Town. These two clubs have 250 years of history between them, and have much success to show for it. They meet again in the Welsh Premier league this season, both sides in competitive and buoyant positions in the league. (Druids 6th on 12 points / Barry 7th on 11 points) Both sides will want the 3 points from this fixture following good form, both Druids and Barry have taking 7 points from their la