Disappointment in season opener
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
Phase One Fixtures
The JD Welsh Premier Leauge have announced fixtures for Phase 1 of the season, Druids will travel away to new boys Caernarfon for the first game of the season on the 12th August. #WPL #Druids
Druids sign Jordan Evans
Cefn Druids AFC are please to announce the signing of Jordan Evans from Bala Town FC ahead of our Europa League game to FK Trakai. Jordan although only 22, brings a wealth of experience with him from his time at Fulham, Oxford and Wrexham before his move to the Welsh Premier League - Evans who is comfortable anywhere down the left and in midfield will prove a versatile and talented addition to the Ancients. Huw Griffiths, Manager said :- "Jordan is a great signing for us - He
Huw Griffiths - WPL Manager of the Season
Last night at the Welsh Premier League Awards evening in Gwbert, Cardigan. The great and good of Welsh football gathered for the annual awards ceremony which highlight the stand out performances of the season and also shine a light on the hard work and commitment of those who are so important to the running of our clubs. The Golden Boot was picked up by TNS man Greg Draper after a stand out season for the player, Luke Wall from Bangor City won the young player of the season a
Possible Europa League Opponents!
Druids now know who they could be facing in the prelimanry round of the Europa Leuage. Teams from as far away as Malta and the Faroe Islands are in the mix. The draw will take place on the 12th June - With the first leg on the 28th June and the second leg on the 5th July. #WPL #Druids #Europa
Huw shortlisted for Manager of the Season!
This morning the WPL announced its shortlist for 'Manager of the Season' - Making it on to the list for the second year running is our manager, Huw Griffiths. He was one of the favourites for the title last season after guiding Druids to 8th in their best ever top flight finish, but was pipped by then TNS manager Craig Harrison. Far from being a flash in the pan, Huw has shown Druids to be a force in the league pushing on from last season and finishing 5th after many labelled
DRUIDS QUALIFY FOR THE EUROPA LEAGUE
An outstanding season for The Ancients was capped off yesterday with qualification for the Europa League! Cefn Druids secured the win after James Davies’ first half strike saw off Cardiff Met at the Rock. Davies’ goal capped an excellent first half from the home side, who could well have been further in front were it not for some resolute defending from the visitors, as well as a number of saves from keeper Will Fuller. Met started the game very brightly, with Eliot Evans, Jo
Huw & Arek shortlisted for award
The shortlist for the Welsh Premier League Manager and Player of the Month has been announced, and its a double for Druids with Huw Griffiths and Arek Piskorski finding their names nominated. April was a defining month for the Ancients with wins over Met and Connahs Quay securing Druids highest ever top flight finish and securing a place in the European play-off final this Sunday. Huw has consistently been touted by pundits as a candidate for manager of the season, after guid
DRUIDS V MET : EUROPEAN PLAY-OFF FINAL
Following Cardiff Mets win over Barry Town in European Play-off semi final (FT: 4-1) they will now travel to The Rock to face Druids. The match will take place on Sunday 20th May with Kick off at 12.25. The game will be live broadcast on S4C. This will be the fifth time these two sides have faced each other in the league this season, with Druids coming the better in 2 of these encounters, (winning 2, drawing 1 and losing 1) None of this will matter on Sunday as Met will be ma
Druids reach the play off final!
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