Cefn Druids






Plaskynaston Lane
Cefn Mawr
Wrexham

Ground
Tel:
01978 834332


  Manager

   Wayne Phillips
 
Secretary
   John Davies


  
From Chester on A483 pass Wrexham & Ruabon, turn onto A539 signed for Llangollen.  Some 400 yards off A483 turn left at roundabout for Cefn Mawr.
One mile further turn right off the B5605 at The Plough Pub.  Find Somerfield (former KwiksSave) on left, then turn down single track road immediately on left, down short sloping lane to the ground. 
   From the South take A5 to B5605 one mile west of  Chirk, turn left at Pub
and then as above.  Limited car park, friendly social club inside ground.
 
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Cefn Druids History & Honours

 
Cefn Druids was created in 1992 from a merger of Cefn Albion and Druids United.  But the real history of the new club lies in both parent clubs, in particular Plasmadoc FC which was formed in 1869.
   In 1872 local Ruabon clubs Rovers and Volunteers were amalgamated to from a new club called Ruabon Druids under the guidance of Llewellyn Kenrick of Wynn Hall, Ruabon.  In 1876 the newly formed Druids became the first Welsh club to enter the FA Cup, but before their match with Shropshire Wanderers could take place the Ruabon side withdrew.  The 1887-88 season saw the launch of a new competition to be known as The Welsh Cup, the Druids took part in the first ever match at Newtown on 13th October 1887, just a week after playing Scottish giants Queens Park at Hampden Park!
  The Druids won the Welsh Cup eight times in a 25 year span, notably 1880, 81, 82, 85, 86,98, 99, and 1904!  The beaten opponents reflected the nature of football during those early years; Ruthin, Northwich, Newtown White Star and Wrexham amongst others.
  The Welsh Amateur Cup was won in 1903, but the era of success was coming to an end.  The next success was in 1957 when the club reached the final of The Welsh Amateur Cup.  In 1967 Cefn Albion was formed and they won the Welsh National League Third Division in 1970, and then the First Division Championship in 1980 and 81.
  The new club was formed in 1982 and a new chapter in the life of both clubs opened, with immediate success in 1993, including the Welsh National League Championship, the NEWFA Cup and Presidents Cup.
  As Cymru Alliance Champions in 1999 Cefn Druids, now renamed under a lucrative sponsorship with Flexys, joined the the LoW.    During the summer of 2001 long serving - and very successful boss - Gareth Powell stepped down to be replaced by Steve O'Shaughnessy whose local roots should serve the club well.
   During the summer of 2003 The Druids announced an arrangement with NEWI, the Wrexham based College, that saw the name of the club changed to NEWI Cefn Druids.  This partnership is designed to offer footballing opportunities for NEWI students whilst increasing the resources available to The Ancients.




 
 Cefn Druids Playing Record 1991-2009
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
3
1992-93
Cymru Alliance
7th
28
10
5
13
46
41
35
4
1993-94
Cymru Alliance
8th
34
14
5
15
74
72
47
5
1994-95
Cymru Alliance
5th
34
19
3
12
73
51
60
6
1995-96
Cymru Alliance
8th
36
19
4
13
82
57
61
7
1996-97
Cymru Alliance
5th
34
19
8
7
74
50
65
8
1997-98
Cymru Alliance
3rd
36
21
12
3
100
30
75
9
1998-99
Cymru Alliance
1st
30
22
3
5
105
36
69
10
1999-00
League of Wales
13th
34
13
2
19
44
63
41
11
2000-01
League of Wales
13th
34
11
5
18
60
70
38
12
2001-02
League of Wales
14th
34
8
8
18
49
79
32
13
2002-03
Welsh Premier League
13th
34
11
5
18
37
51
38
14
2003-04
Welsh Premier League
13th
32
11
2
19
44
59
35
15
2004-05
Welsh Premier League
17th
34
5
7
22
30
72
22
16
2005-06
Welsh Premier League
14th
34
7
11
16
42
58
32
17
2006-07
Welsh Premier League
13th
32
7
7
18
41
66
28
18
2007-08
Welsh Premier League
11th
34
12
2
20
45
66
38
19
2008-09
Welsh Premier League
34







 


Manager:  Wayne Phillips

   Former Wrexham FC defender Wayne Phillips gained managerial experience with his home town side Caernarfon Town.  Along with Lee Jones he took over the reigns at Plaskynaston during the summer of 2007 after Dixie McNeil stepped down.
   In his first season Phillips led the Plaskynaston side to eleventh, their highest ever Welsh Premier finish.



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Chris Mullock
A Wrexham born goalkeeper who began his career on the Youth system at The Racecourse, Chris joined Cefn during the summer of 2007 and went on to make 22 league appearances during that first season.
(Dob:  16-09-1988
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon Town in September 2006.  
A Wales B International.

(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Dan Barnett
A former Shrewsbury Town apprentice, centre half Dan joined Cefn from WP rivals Welshpool Town in January 2008.
(Dob:  09-09-1988)
Andrew Edgar
Competitive midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.  Andrew's previous clubs include Warrington Town and Runcorn Halton.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
James Hussaney
Pacey striker who had spells with Notts County and Chester City, more locally with Flint Town United and Buckley Town.  Joined Connahs Quay during the summer of 2005 and Airbus in October 2005 before moving to Plaskynaston in July 2008.
(Dob:  14-12-1978)
Kieran Quinn
  
  
  
A hard working midfielder, Kieran began his football career with Wrexham where he was a member of the youth and reserve sides.  He made 64 league appearances for Caernarfon during a three year spell, then spent a season with Connahs Quay before joining Cefn during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:  20-03-1986)
Martin Welsh
Midfielder who joined Cefn from Liverpool area side Birchfield during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
Ricky Wright
Promising left footed defender or midfielder who signed for The Ancients during the 2006-07 season.
(Dob:  18-03-1982)
Marius Prochenka
A Polish left winger working in the Wrexham area, Marius joined Cefn from Welsh National League side Llay Welfare during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
John Rush
A tall mobile striker, John joined The Druids from Rangers Brakes FC during the January 2009 transfer window.  He is the son of former Welsh international Ian Rush.
(Dob:  13-06-1989)
Gary Penlington
Goalscoring striker who signed from Bala during the summer of 2009.  Gary's previous clubs also include Lex X1, Ruthin and Denbigh Town.  Gary was a consistent goalscorer at Cymru Alliance level and now faces the tougher challenge of the Welsh Premier.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
Lee Jones
Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon in the Autumn of 2006.  Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.
(Dob:  29-05-1973)
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Carl Edwards
Wrexham born goalkeeper who joined The Ancients during the summer of 2006.  Carl has previously played junior football in North Shropshire for his local village side St Martins.
(Dob:   18-11-1982)
Chris Mullock
A Wrexham born goalkeeper who began his career on the Youth system at The Racecourse, Chris joined Cefn during the summer of 2007 and went on to make 22 league appearances during that first season.
(Dob:  16-09-1988
Aron Aby
A promising youngster who has played for Wrexham and Shrewsbury at youth level, Aron has also represented Wales Schools.
(Dob:  07-02-1990)
Lee Bamber
A Liverpool born former Maghull defender, Lee first came into Welsh Premier football under manager Wayne Phillips at Caernarfon.  He has since played for Connahs Quay and switched to Plaskynaston in January 2009.
(Dob:  18-01-1973)
Mark Powell
     
   
Versatile defender signed from Rhyl during the summer of 2007, Mark has experience with Winsford and TNS.  He is the brother of former Lilywhites team mate Gary Powell.
(Dob:  08-05-1975)
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon Town in September 2006.  
A Wales B International.

(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Dan Barnett
A former Shrewsbury Town apprentice, centre half Dan joined Cefn from WP rivals Welshpool Town in January 2008.
(Dob:  09-09-1988)
Paul Mazzarella
Skilful attacking midfielder who joined Connahs Quay from Wrexham FC in the summer of 1999, moved to Plaskynaston in the summer of 2005.  Paul has more than 200 WP apperances including around 50 from the subs bench.
(Dob:  08-08-1980)
Andrew Edgar
Competitive midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.  Andrew's previous clubs include Warrington Town and Runcorn Halton.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
James Hussaney
Pacey striker who had spells with Notts County and Chester City, more locally with Flint Town United and Buckley Town.  Joined Connahs Quay during the summer of 2005 and Airbus in October 2005 before moving to Plaskynaston in July 2008.
(Dob:  14-12-1978)
Ricky Evans
  
     
     
     
A hugely talented central midfielder Ricky began his football career as an apprentice with Oldham Athletic under manager Graeme Sharp.  He moved into Welsh football with Flint before playing for a host of clubs including TNS, Bangor City, Aberystwyth, Caersws, Welshpool and Cefn Druids.  During that time the big schemer has scored 38 goals from some 250 WP appearances.
(Dob:  24-09-1976)
Ricky Wright
Promising left footed defender or midfielder who signed for The Ancients during the 2006-07 season.
(Dob:  18-03-1982)
Mike Heverin
Striker signed from Warrington Town in Decmeber 2005.  Mike began his career at Crewe Alexandra and has played for Skemersdale, Runcorn, Northwich and Leek Town. Often misses the first few weeks of the new season due to coaching commitments in America.
(Dob:  13-10-1979)
John Rush
A tall mobile striker, John joined The Druids from Rangers Brakes FC during the January 2009 transfer window.  He is the son of former Welsh international Ian Rush.
(Dob:  13-06-1989)
Marc Stewart
A Liverpool born striker Marc began his career as a member of the Wrexham youth system before switching to Cefn during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  25-07-1990)
Lee Jones
Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon in the Autumn of 2006.  Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.
(Dob:  29-05-1973)
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Carl Edwards
Wrexham born goalkeeper who joined The Ancients during the summer of 2006.  Carl has previously played junior football in North Shropshire for village side St Martins.
(Dob:   18-11-1982)
Aron Aby
Promising youngster who has played for Wrexham and Shrewsbury at youth level.
(Dob:  07-02-1990)
Mark Powell
     
   
Versatile defender signed from Rhyl during the summer of 2007, Mark has experience with Winsford and TNS.  He is the brother of former Lilywhites team mate Gary Powell.
(Dob:  08-05-1975)
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon Town in September 2006.  
A Wales B International.

(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Timmy Edwards
A tall commanding centrehalf Timmy  began his career with Wrexham FC and has also played for Rhyl and Bangor City.  Timmy has 375 WP appearances to his name and joined Cefn from Rhyl in December 2006.  Lives in the Wrexham area where his father is groundsman at The Racecourse.
(Dob:  24-04-1972)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Dan Barnett
A former Shrewsbury Town apprentice, centre half Dan joined Cefn from WP rivals Welshpool Town in January 2008.
(Dob:  09-09-1988)
Paul Mazzarella
Skilful attacking midfielder who joined Connahs Quay from Wrexham FC in the summer of 1999, moved to Plaskynaston in the summer of 2005.  Paul has more than 200 WP apperances including around 50 from the subs bench.
(Dob:  08-08-1980)
Matthew Cook
A former Welsh Under 19 International who has played for Leigh RMI, Matthew joined Cefn Druids from Chester City in the summer of 2005. Unhappily Matt has been sidelined with injury and would seem set to miss much of the 2007-08 season.
(Dob:  07-09-1985)
Andrew Edgar
Competitive midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.  Andrew's previous clubs include Warrington Town and Runcorn Halton.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
Osian Jones
Promising winger re-signed for Cefn Druids during the summer of 2005 after a spell with Caernarfon Town, a former Wrexham FC junior.  His versatility has been a boost for Cefn during an injury hit season as Osian has filled in at fullback and wingback as well as midfield, often during the same match!
(Dob:  15-10-1984)
Kevin Holsgrove
     
     
A highly promising left winger, Kevin began his career with Everton FC and signed for Cefn Druids during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  09-01-1988)
Ricky Wright
Promising left footed defender or midfielder who signed for The Ancients during the 2006-07 season.
(Dob:  18-03-1982)
Mike Heverin
Striker signed from Warrington Town in Decmeber 2005.  Mike began his career at Crewe Alexandra and has played for Skemersdale, Runcorn, Northwich and Leek Town.
(Dob:  13-10-1979)
Karl Connolly
A veteran striker with a lengthy professional career, Karl joined Cefn during the January 2008 transfer window.  After 88 League goal and 358 appearances for Wrexham he moved to QPR and then Swansea City before injure ended his full time career on 101 goals in 440 games.  In recent seasons Karl has turned out for his local side Prescott Cables.
(Dob:  09-02-1970)
Mike Thompson
A well travelled left winger Mike first siged for Rhyl from West Cheshire club Mond Rangers in 2005. He has since totalled more than seventy WP appearances for Welshpool and Cefn Druids whom he joined in January 2008.
(Dob:  05-01-1984)
Lee Jones
Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon in the Autumn of 2006.  Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.
(Dob:  29-05-1973)
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Matthew Hogg
Former Connahs Quay Nomads goalkeeper who signed for The Druids dring the summer of 2006. Matt began his career as a youth teamer at Liverpool and Southampton,
(Dob:   13-09-1982)
Carl Edwards
Wrexham born goalkeeper who joined The Ancients during the summer of 2006.  Carl has previously played junior football in North Shropshire for village side St Martins.
(Dob:   18-11-1982)
Rhys Robbins
     
       
Promising young defender who normally plays on the right.  Rhys progressed through the clubs youth set up but also played for Chester City junior sides.
(Dob:  14-10-1987)
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon Town in September 2006.  
A Wales B International.

(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Lee Martin
Best remembered by Manchester United followers for his winning goal against Crystal Palace in the 1990 FA Cup replay, Lee Martin spent eight seasons at Old Trafford under Ron Atkinson and then Sir Alex Ferguson making 114 first team appearances including 73 in the First Divison/Premier League.  In 1994 he moved to Glasgow Celtic making twenty first team appearances before shorter stays at Bristol Rovers and Huddersfield.  The famous Wembley goal won Alex Ferguson his first Manchester United trophy.
An English Under 21 International.
(Dob:  05-02-1968)
Timmy Edwards
Tall commanding centrehalf, began his career with Wrexham FC and has also played for Rhyl and Bangor City.  Timmy has 375 WP appearances to his name and joined Cefn from Rhyl in December 2006.  Lives in the Wrexham area where his father is groundsman at The Racecourse.
(Dob:  24-04-1972)
Matthew Dabbs
Former Wrexham FC apprentice signed from Caernarfon Town in November 2004.
(Dob:  07-11-1983)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Paul Mazzarella
Skilful attacking midfielder who joined Connahs Quay from Wrexham FC in the summer of 1999, moved to Plaskynaston in the summer of 2005.  Paul has more than 200 WP apperances including around 50 from the subs bench.
(Dob:  08-08-1980)
Alec Stacey
     

 
Skilful young midfielder previously with Wrexham FC, has Cymru Alliance experience with local rivals Gresford Athletic.
(Dob: 29-01-1984)
Ian Williams
     
     
Diminutive midfielder signed from Penycae during the summer of 2004.  Composed on the ball and willing to graft to win the ball back.
(Dob:  24-07-1979)
Matthew Cook
A former Welsh Under 19 International who has played for Leigh RMI, Matthew joined Cefn Druids from Chester City in the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  07-09-1985)
Andrew Edgar
Competitive midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.  Andrew's previous clubs include Warrington Town and Runcorn Halton.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
Osian Jones
Promising winger re-signed for Cefn Druids during the summer of 2005 after a spell with Caernarfon Town, a former Wrexham FC junior.  His versatility has been a boost for Cefn during an injury hit season as Osian has filled in at fullback and wingback as well as midfield, often during the same match!
(Dob:  15-10-1984)
Ben Jones
       
Promising young striker, Based in Hawarden, who joined The Druids from the Wrexham FC academy.
(Dob: 05-09-1986)
Jamie McNeil
Experienced goalscorer signed from Coedpoeth United in November 2004, also on CA forms with local rivals Lex X1.
(Dob:  13-11-1978)
Ian Andrews
Forward who made his name as a goalscorer with Penycae in the Welsh National League.
(Dob:  31-01-1979)
Mike Heverin
Striker signed from Warrington Town in Decmeber 2005.  Mike began his career at Crewe Alexandra and has played for Skemersdale, Runcorn, Northwich and Leek Town.
(Dob:  13-10-1979)
Alun Evans
Well travelled left footer who was once transfered from Flint Town to bangor City for £500.  Went on to play for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and more recently Flint in the Cymru Alliance.  Signed for Cefn in November 2005 and made his debut in the 2-2 draw with Bangor at Plaskynaston.
(Dob:  02-05-1973)
Steve Watkins
Vastly experienced striker with over 400 English Football League appearances for two Welsh clubs, Wrexham and Swansea City.  Scorer of some famous FA Cup goals who signed for Caernarfon in December 2003 and then Cefn Druids in September 2006.
(Dob:  16-07-1971)
Lee Jones
Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Cefn from Caernarfon in the Autumn of 2006.
Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.

(Dob:  29-05-1973)
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Louis Macken
Promising young goalkeeper who began his career with Chester City.  Mobility and bravery make up for a lack of height.  Suffered a broken leg in November 2005 and looks set to miss most of the remainder of the season.
(Dob:   29-02-1984)
Phil Cross
Signed for Cefn in December 2005 after a brief spell with Bangor City at the start of the season.
(Dob:   08-09-1984)
Peter Pahulyi
Towering, lanky goalkeeper who joined The Druids from Slovakian side FC Tatran Presov in the summer of 2005.  
(Dob:  26-03-1984)
Rhys Robbins
     
       
Promising young defender who normally plays on the right.  Rhys progressed through the clubs youth set up but also played for Chester City junior sides.
(Dob:  14-10-1987)
Lee Martin
Best remembered by Manchester United followers for his winning goal against Crystal Palace in the 1990 FA Cup replay, Lee Martin spent eight seasons at Old Trafford under Ron Atkinson and then Sir Alex Ferguson making 114 first team appearances including 73 in the First Divison/Premier League.  In 1994 he moved to Glasgow Celtic making twenty first team appearances before shorter stays at Bristol Rovers and Huddersfield.  The famous Wembley goal won Alex Ferguson his first Manchester United trophy.
An English Under 21 International.
(Dob:  05-02-1968)
Chris Roberts
Left footed defender who gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before moving to Unibond side Colwyn Bay.  Joined Druids in Decemebr 2005.
(Dob:  14-08-1985)
Matthew Dabbs
Former Wrexham FC apprentice signed from Caernarfon Town in November 2004.
(Dob:  07-11-1983)
Mark Hobson
Tall defender who was spotted playing junior football in the Chester area by then Oswestry Town manager Dave Norman.  Has WP experience with Oswestry and Caernarfon Town.
(Dob:  08-09-1974)
Chris Lightfoot
Hugely experienced defender who joined The Druids in July 2005.  Chris began hsi career at Chester City before moving to Wigan Athletic, Crewe and Oldham.  In non league circles he has played for Morecambe and Runcorn.  FORCED TO RETIRE DUE TO INJURY IN SEPTEMBER 2005
(Dob:  01-04-1970)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Paul Mazzarella
Skilful attacking midfielder who joined Connahs Quay from Wrexham FC in the summer of 1999, moved to Plaskynaston in the summer of 2005. 
(Dob:  08-08-1980)
Martin Chalk
 
         
 
Midfielder who joined Rhyl after being released by Wrexham FC during the summer of 2002.  English Football League experience with Derby County & Stockport County before moving to The Racecourse. Moved to Plaskynaston via Caernarfon in August 2005.
(Dob:  04-11-1980)
Alec Stacey
     

 
Skilful young midfielder previously with Wrexham FC, has Cymru Alliance experience with local rivals Gresford Athletic.
(Dob: 29-01-1984)
Ian Williams
     
     
Diminutive midfielder signed from Penycae during the summer of 2004.  Composed on the ball and willing to graft to win the ball back.
(Dob:  24-07-1979)
Paul McDonnell
Midfielder re-signed from Connahs Quay in November 2005 after less than six months with the Deeside club..  Previous clubs include Cammell Laird FC.
(Dob:  07-03-1981)
Matthew Cook
A former Welsh Under 19 International who has played for Leigh RMI, Matthew joined Cefn Druids from Chester City in the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  07-09-1985)
Andrew Edgar
Competitive midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
Osian Jones
Promising winger re-signed for Cefn Druids during the summer of 2005 after a spell with Caernarfon Town, a former Wrexham FC junior.  His versatility has been a boost for Cefn during an injury hit season as Osian has filled in at fullback and wingback as well as midfield, often during the same match!
(Dob:  15-10-1984)
Kieron Durkan
Experienced midfielderwho made 275 English League appearances for a number of clubs including Wrexham, Stockport County, Macclesfield and Swansea City.  Chester born, Kieron represented The Republic of Ireland at Under 21 level.  Signed for Cefn Druids during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  01-12-1973)
Ben Jones
       
Promising young striker who joined The Druids from the Wrexham FC academy.
(Dob: 05-09-1986)
Marc Griffiths
Promising young striker who has played for Welshpool Town reserves where he also made a handful of Welsh Premeirship appearances.  Lives in the Oswestry area.
(Dob:  16-05-1984)
Gareth Roberts
     
       
Goalscoring forward who joined The Bluebirds during the summer of 2005 from Welsh National League side Bradley Villa.
(Dob:   27-09-1979)
Darren Williams
Tall, hard working striker joineded Buckley Town during the summer of 2004, previously with Cefn United where he initially gained his goalscoring reputation.  Moved to Cefn from Connahs Quay Nomads in March 2005.
(Dob:  04-11-1981)
Jamie McNeil
Experienced goalscorer signed from Coedpoeth United in November 2004, also on CA forms with local rivals Lex X1.
(Dob:  13-11-1978)
Kevin Leech
Powerful striker who has Welsh Premiership experience with Oswestry Town & Airbus who rejoined The Druids in December 2005.  Previously played for Chester area side Christleton and is on Cymru Alliance forms with Flint Town United.
(Dob:  10-03-1974)
Ian Andrews
Forward who made his name as a goalscorer with Penycae in the Welsh National League.
(Dob:  31-01-1979)
Mike Heverin
Striker signed from Warrington Town in Decmeber 2005.  Ian began his career at Crewe Alexandra and has played for Skemersdale, Runcorn, Northwich and Leek Town.
(Dob:  13-10-1979)
Alun Evans
Well travelled left footer who was once transfered from Flint Town to bangor City for £500.  Went on to play for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and more recently Flint in the Cymru Alliance.  Signed for Cefn in November 2005 and made his debut in the 2-2 draw with Bangor at Plaskynaston.
(Dob:  02-05-1973)
Samuel Kehinde
Young Nigerian born striker who joined The Ancients after a brief spell training with Wrexham FC.
(Dob:  07-12-1987)
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Michael Price
           
 
Former Aston Villa apprentice who has Welsh Premier experience with Caersws, more recently has turned out for his local side Brymbo.
(Dob:  28-05-1981)
Louis Macken
Goalkeeper.

Matthew Cooper
     

Promising young defender in his second season with the club after joining from Wrexham FC.
(Dob:  15-12-1986)
Gareth Evans
       
Promising young defender.
(Dob:  10-01-1987)
Tom Coulson
Promising young defender who joined Caersws from Chester City during the summer of 2004, moved to Guilfield and then onto Cefn in march 2005.
(Dob:  28-07-1985)
Tony Dunn
Defender signed from Leigh RMI in December 2004.
(Dob:  24-08-1983)
Matthew Dabbs
Former Wrexham FC apprentice signed from Caernarfon Town in November 2004.
(Dob:  07-11-1983)
Phil Salmon
Young defender signed from Wirral junior football in August 2004.
(Dob:  16-06-1984)
Steven Brook
     
Defender signed from Penycae during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  12-08-1977)
Nick Parry
     
Tough tackling fullback who joined the club from Shrewsbury Town.
(Dob:  16-02-1983)
James Barlow
Defender signed from Chester area side Blacon Youth during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  10-02-1979)
Aled Rowlands
 

 

Druids longest serving player and club captain signed from his local club Rhos Aelwyd in 1993.  One of Aled's greatest accomplishments must be playing for Wales Under 18's against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
(Dob:  12-07-1971)
Alan Morgan
 
         
 
Former Tranmere Rovers defender or midfielder signed from Porthmadog middway through the 2003-04 campaign.  Brother of Aberystwyth midfielder Bari Morgan.
A Welsh U21 International.
(Dob: 02-11-1973)
Paul McDonnell
Midfielder signed from Cammell Laird FC in August 2004.
(Dob:  07-03-1981)
John Main
     
Midfielder in his second season with the club, signed from Warrington Town.
(Dob: 05-02-1974)
Alec Stacey
   
     

Skilful young midfielder previously with Wrexham FC, has Cymru Alliance experience with local rivals Gresford Athletic.
(Dob: 29-01-1984)
Craig Salisbury
     
Young midfielder who has returned to Plaskynaston after a spell with Caersws.
(Dob:  23-08-1983)
Ian Williams
     
Midfielder signed from Penycae during the summer of 2004
(Dob:  24-07-1979)
Kevin Evans
Midfielder signed from Denbigh Town during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  13-02-1987)
Jason Farrington
Midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  02-06-1978)
Andrew Edgar
Midfielder signed from Pavillion FC during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
Paul Gilder
Midfielder signed from Manchester City in November 2004.
(Dob:  05-11-1983)
Angel Jimenez
Midfielder signed from CF Dinamo De Estrecho in November 2004.
(Dob:  27-01-1981)
Sam Baker
Midfielder who joined Druids from Manchester area football in October 2004.
(Dob:  31-07-1980)
Phillip Almond
Midfielder signed from Bebbington Athletic during the summer of 2004.
(Dob:  04-12-1983)
Mike Thompson
Promising young striker signed from Mond Rangers in the summer of 2004.
(Dob: 05-01-1984)
Ben Jones
       
Promising young striker who joined The Druids from the Wrexham FC academy.
(Dob: 05-09-1986)
Roy Cardus
     
Promising young striker who is also on Cymru Alliance forms with Bala Town.
(Dob: 21-05-1986)
Anthony Williams
       
Talented young striker with an eye for a goal, previously with Lex X1 in the Cymru Alliance.
(Dob:  04-08-1982)
Darren Williams
Tall, hard working striker joineded Buckley Town during the summer of 2004, previously with Cefn United where he initially gained his goalscoring reputation.  Moved to Cefn from Connahs Quay Nomads in March 2005.
(Dob:  04-11-1981)
Kevin Leech
Experienced striker who joined Druids from Christleton in November 2004, previous Welsh Premiership experience with Oswestry Town.
(Dob:  10-03-1974)
Jamie McNeil
Experienced goalscorer signed from Coedpoeth United in November 2004, also on CA forms with local rivals Lex X1.
(Dob:  13-11-1978)