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.
A big fixture for both sides, Cefn Druids were keen to avenge their defeat on the opening day of the season at the hands of the Cofis at The Oval. The Ancients fielded a depleted side with keeper Micheal Jones & midfielder Ryan Kershaw serving match bans and star man James Davies out with an injury picked up away at Cardiff Met.
Druids had their hearts in their mouths in the opening minutes as Caernarfon had the ball in the back of the Druids net, but the flag came up to
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