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 made the short trip to the Deeside stadium to take on the League leaders, a win for Nomads would put them 5 points clear at the top.
Andy Morrison’s side had a glorious chance after a minute to make it 1-0 as Druid's struggled to clear a ball from their box, before the home side eventually prodded wide.
Nathan Peate put the Ancients ahead after seven minutes after some good work from Dean Rittenberg made the goal possible, and Druids had a great chance to make i
Druids faced two pre-european fixtures in as many days. Fixtures against their fellow Welsh Premier League Clubs Bala & Connahs Quay who are both Europa League Contenders. Sunday 14.30 kick off against Connahs Quay resulted in a 2-1 loss for Druids with Quay fielding 2 different 11s first and second half demonstrating the depth their squad currently contains. Monday 19.45 kick off against Bala Town, both sides fairly evenly matched first half with Bala scoring from the spot i
Following the news of Bangor City's relegation, and the following permetations for the Europa League play offs - Druids had even more of an incentive to finish strong. A win over Connahs Quay would push druids on the road to a 5th place finish! Nomads' European qualification was already confirmed after Thursday's licencing decisions. Matty Owen opened the scoring against his former club, his well-placed low shot from the edge of the box beating John Danby despite the keeper g
A trip to the Deeside stadium is never an easy one, especially as they tussle with Bangor & Bala for the 2nd spot and automatic Europa League spot. Both sides started strongly, with not much created inside the opening 10 minutes - The first real chances came from Nomads with a chance by Spittle from a free kick being sent over the Druids goal. Druids continued with a strong effort, which was rewarded with a Mudimu goal in the 16th minute, a low strike from distance finding th
(Picture - Credit Connahs Quay Nomads FC) Following a disappointing result on boxing day, losing 1-0 to Connahs Quay despite applying a huge amount of pressure in the second half against a weakened 10 man Quay. Druids had to pick themselves up to face the opposition again away at the Deeside Stadium. A strong powerful Quay side were chasing a further 3 points and the chance to show the Ancients the sword once again. An already depleted Druids side were dealt a further blow wi
The festive period always brings tough tests, none more so than facing title chasers and perpetual high flyers Connahs Quay. Boxing Day will be one to forget for Druids fans as the team failed to capitalise on weakened 10 men Quay following a 45min straight red to Goalscorer Wignall. The second half seen an all out assault by the ancients but struggled to find the back of the net following a number of key saves by the Quay keeper. "John Danby was the hero for Connah's Quay as