Druids are Safe!
Druids headed to Llanelli, knowing they had yet to beat the bottom placed side. Losing twice in Phase 1 and batting out for a draw at the Rock in Phase 2! A win would guarantee league safety for another season, whereas a loss would give hope to both Llanelli and Llandudno in the relegation battle! A solid first half for Druids, looked to be fruitless until Kenny in the 44 min bagged one and the Ancients went in at HT with the advantage. Coming out in the second, Llanelli look
Academy Players of the month!
FEBRUARY ACADEMY PLAYERS OF THE MONTH! 8s Ethan Jones 9s Lucas Jackson 10s Coel Hooson 11s Billy Roberts Congratulations to all the players! #Academy #Druids
Druids left frustrated with a point against Llandudno
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
Mudimu selected for Zimbabwe
Yesterday it was announced that Alec Mudimu had received a call up to represent Zimbabwe again on their hunt for AFCON Qualification! This is their 6th and final match of group G, a win will see Zimbabwe keep the top spot! To the surprise of pundits Zimbabwe have impressed in these qualifiers Zimbabwe 3-0 Liberia (W) Congo 1-1 Zimbabwe (D) DR Congo 1-2 Zimbabwe (W) Zimbabwe 1-1 DR Congo (D) Liberia 1-0 Zimbabwe (L) Mudimu who plays CB for Zimbabwe has proved popular with the
Nathan Peate Selected for Wales
Druids Centre Back, Nathan Peate has received a international call up for the Wales C team. At lunch time today Mark Jones named his side to face England C at the Peninsular Ground (Salford City FC) on Tuesday 19th March 2019. A club official commented : "This is a great honour for both Nathan and the club, Druids have a long tied history with the Welsh Team, Llwellyn Kenrick the founder of Druids was also the founder of the Football Association of Wales. I know the supporter
Druids Support Level Playing Fields campaign
The 15th annual Level Playing Field (LPF) Weeks of Action is set to get underway with clubs, disabled supporters associations (DSAs) and fans joining together to celebrate the matchday experience for disabled fans. From the 2nd – 17th March there will be an array of matchday and non-matchday activities hosted by sports clubs that shine a light on the good work that is done to improve the enjoyment and experience of disabled sports fans. Disabled people are the largest minorit
Druids secure an important win!
After a long journey down to the opposite corner of the country, Druids managed to put some good early pressure on the home side as Jack Kenny, John Owen and Dean Rittenberg all had chances to break the deadlock early-on, but couldn’t quite hit the mark or beat Lee Idzi between the sticks. Carmarthen had good chances themselves, with Liam Thomas leading the charge, but they couldn’t find a way through either. It looked like it would end all level. It wasn’t until very late in
The Rock to host Wales U18s
This Tuesday (26/02/19) The Rock will play host to Wales Academy U18s as they take on The Republic of Ireland U18s. Kick off is at 19.00 and the match is Free Entry so come along and support the boys! #Druids #FAW #Wales #U18s
Druids remember Peris Jones
Before kick off last night in our NEWFA Cup match against Brymbo FC, we observed a minutes silence in memory of Peris Jones, President of the Welsh National League who passed away last week. Peris was a passionate football man and a lifetime friend of the club, he will be sadly missed. We send our condolences to his friends and family. Druids Chairman, John Hughes expressed his thoughts about the loss of Peris Jones. “Today was a sad day for all those football people in Nort
Druids progress to NEWFA Cup Semi Final
Last night Druids secured their place in the NEWFA Cup Semi Final against Corwen FC. Druids ran out 4-2 winners against a very good Brymbo side. Druids were first to score with an effort by Jonny Taylor, this was followed only minutes later by a superb strike by Jordan Evans. 2-0 up at half time it looked like Druids were ready to clock up more but it would be Brymbo who were next on the scoresheet, Kearney slotted one in to bring the score 2-1 and kept the match competitive.