Druids leave Stebonheath empty handed.
Llanelli moved off the bottom as they completed a Phase 1 double over Druids at Stebonheath Park. The win was their first of the season at home, and came at a perfect time for Andy Hill’s side as they moved above Llandudno thanks to Carmarthen’s victory up north. A tight first half looked like it would end goalless with neither side creating chances, until James Loveridge popped up on the stroke of half time to put his team in front, the forward timing a break well before lob
WELSH CUP R3 DRAW!
The draw for the 3rd round of the JD Welsh Cup took place today in Cardiff, this is the first round that the top flight Welsh Premier League clubs join the competition. Druids have been drawn away to Ynysddu Welfare FC who currently play their football in the Welsh Autoparts Gwent County Football Association League (First Division) the 5th tier of Welsh Football. Ynysddu are the lowest ranked remaining side in the competition but Druids will show them the upmost respect as th
The Comeback Kings! Druids secure all 3 points!
A remarkable game away at Richmond Park saw Druids overcome a two goal deficit to stun Carmarthen. James Davies’ late winner completed the turnaround for the Ancients, who have now opened up a seven point gap between us and the drop zone. Druids dominated the opening period of play and did most of the early pressing in the game, but fell behind on the counter attack, as Luke Bowen’s cross was turned into his own net by Matty Owen. That didn’t deter Huw's boys, who pressed aga
Mudimu Shortlisted for 'Sports Person Of The Year' for Zimbabwe!
Yesterday it was announced that Alec Mudimu had been shortlisted for a converted 'Sports Person of the year' award in Zimbabwe. Mudimu signed for Druids in the 17/18 season and has developed massively as a player. The athletic midfielder's Welsh Premier League performances earned him international recognition with Zimbabwe, who he helped lead to COSAFA Cup glory in March. Since then, Mudimu has featured in Zimbabwe's impressive 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifying, Sunday C
Goalless on the coast!
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
LIVE: Llandudno V Druids
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New Physio team in place.
Cefn Druids AFC are pleased to announce that the new Medical and Physio staff have now been appointed and that the club is moving forward with the latest acquisition to the professional team already assembled at The Rock. Cefn Druids Chairman, John Hughes commented: - “ We have recently added new members to our Medical and sports Science team. Long serving Neil Roberts, who specialises in trauma injuries, has been joined by Phil Joseph, the ex Wales Rugby League Internation
Students leave with a point!
Our last home game saw us welcome Cardiff Met back upto The Rock. Met this season have had some very good results including a win against TNS. The build up to that week saw us working hard in training to make sure we where aware of the system they play and movements of there players. Our in depth analysis had given us some key information of certain players and patterns. We started the 1st half well but failed to create any real goal scoring opportunities with there keeper no
Druids support 'Month of Action'
Before kick off yesterday the Druids team took time to help promote the 'Show Racism the Red Card' month of action. The Month of Action is part of a wider program funded by FA Wales and will see clubs across the country hosting Match Actions with players of both teams uniting together to stand against racism. Show Racism the Red Card is the UK’s leading anti-racism educational charity. The organisation utilises the high-profile status of football and football players to help
Quay prove too much!
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