A solid Druids performance met with a strong Llandudno side at The Rock on Friday, Druids started early with Rittenberg bagging a great goal from distance, the ancients went on to create chances time after time in the first half but failed to find the back of the net heading towards half time it looked to be a game dominated by Druids but Webb put pay to that on the 33rd min bringing the seasiders right back into the fixture. The second half started more evenly with both side
It was Druids, who managed to carve out the first opportunity of the game when Piskorski found space in the six yard box but a slip denied him from getting a clean contact on his strike that went harmlessly wide.
Llandudno’s first real chance came after 25 minutes when they launched a counter attack after George Harry played through John Owen who was clean through on goal, but his strike stopped by a great save from Michael Jones.
The first half seemed to fizzle out - b
Druids secured their first points of the Welsh Premier league season against Llandudno, both sides were keen to find their first win with Llandudno yet to hit the back of the net in their opening games, while Druids had yet to find any points. The visitors started strong applying alot of pressure and enjoying the majority of chances, yet it was the Ancients who were first to score with a effort by Dean Rittenberg - which came from a corner. Llandudno answered almost immediate
Saturday's match had big billing, with lots of hype in local and national media about the 'straight shootout' between Druids and Llandudno. Druids well aware of the threat of the seasiders but also educated to the fact that a point would see them sail clear into the safety of the top 6. The match started slow but didn't take long for chances to start being fired home, Druids dominating possession in throughout the game but with Llandudno seeming to create the better chances o
Druids return to The Rock today in a huge fixture against Llandudno. The Ancients only need one point to secure a top 6th finish for the first time in the clubs history! whereas Llandudno are faced with a straight must win fixture, 3 points and their superior goal difference will see them through to top 6 safety. John Hughes, Chairman: "This weekend is the most important in our recent history. To be challenging for a possible European place is testament to all the hard work
This Saturday Druids return to The Rock to take on Llandudno in the final match of Phase 1! The stage has been set for the ultimate showdown with the winner taking the 6th place spot in the table and safety in phase 2. Druids find themselves currently in 6th place on 30 points, Llandudno trail in 7th on 27 but their superior goal difference will mean a win for them will secure them the last spot in the top half of the table. Druids only need 1 point to guarantee them a top pl
Following last weeks superb win over Bala Town, Druids spirits were high but the prospect of playing Llandudno who had enjoyed one of the best starts to the JD WPL season of any team in the league was daunting. In the Press Huw Griffiths played it cool, reasserting that this seasons plan was of course still league survival and that his side would be focussed ahead of the fixture, although he hoped for some goals as his side pursue a more attacking style of football this seaso
This article is courtesy of Daz Knapton (Pint of Football Blog) >> http://pintoffootball.blogspot.co.uk/ 14/04/17 Review: Cefn Druids vs Llandudno Cefn Druids 3-2 Llandudno (Welsh Premier League) The Rock Good Friday, named in the Great British calendar for its meaning to Christians amongst the Easter holidays- but in my calendar, it is named as good just for being a day off from work. Having already made my way out to a couple of fairly local grounds earlier in the week in,
Good Friday sees Druids welcome Llandudno to The Rock, the game has particular importance as even a point could see Druids secure their Welsh Premier League survival. Last weekend Druids managed an impressive draw against a resurgent Newtown, but wins for Rhyl and Aberystwyth left the Ancients feeling deflated. Llandudno will be a challenge but its one Huw Griffiths (First Team Manager) feels Druids are ready for. "Last week saw us earn a hard fought point away at Newtown an
Llandudno 0-0 Cefn Druids In a quite evenly matched game, The Ancients picked up a valuable point on the road at Maesdu Park. This was Huw Griffiths' intake on the match: "It was a cagey game and wasn't much in it far and few between. Neither side deserved to win and both defences came out on top. A draw was probably a fair result. We could of nicked it right at the end with Jonny Taylor's chance, but overall happy with a very useful point and would like to wish Llandudno all