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Vale Football League Round Up 3/12

Vale Football League Round Up 3/12 

  • The temperature has dropped but the Vale league is heating up to keep you warm. 
  • Premier Division leaders Holton Road came out on top of a nine goal thriller away to Vale Utd as the leaders came out 5-4 winners. Paul Morgan the star with a hat trick for Holton. The victory puts Holton Road on cloud 9 as they make 9 wins from 9 at the top of the league.
  • Island Marine sit second and only three points off top after their 2-1 victory over Cogan Coronation. Marine left it late but Scott Townsend came off the bench to hit the winner three minutes from time.
  • Penarth Town saw off Barry Athletic 4-2 at Bryn Y Don to stay third, Paul Beedell hitting a brace while Rhys Knight ran the show with three assists.
  • Sully Sports went fourth after a 3-1 win over St Athan, a long range thunderbolt from Ed Halls the pick of the goals that gave Sully their fourth consecutive victory.
  • Cardiff Airport sit sixth after they came back from two goals down against Cwm Talwg in dramatic to win 3-2, Casey Thompson starring and hitting the winner. That makes it six wins on the bounce in all competitions for the Barry Cup semi finalists.
  • In the Championship, BV made it a perfect ten as they steamroller their way toward promotion, this time defeating Island Marine Reserves 3-0 and sit seven points clear with a game in hand.
  • Cardiff Airport Vets turned on the style to go back second as they thumped St Athan Thirds 8-3, Michael Hall hitting an incredible six goals in the big win.
  • Rhoose Social came away from Peterston Super Ely with a 2-0 victory, Chris and Ryan Morgan notching for the Social to keep them third.
  • Tynewydd fought off a St Athan Reserves fight back to end up easing to a 6-3 triumph, Gareth Griffiths turning on the style with a goal and two assists for the Tynny.
  • Ryan Warden struck twice as Vale Athletic dispatched Holton Road Reserves 4-1 to move sixth in the league.
  • Vale Madrid beat Barry Athletic Reserves 2-0 to leap frog then in the league into 8th place, Kieron Ferriday and Steve Williams with the goals that give VM the three points.
  • And finally, the final Vale league representation in the SWFA Cup was ended as AFC Rhoose succumbed to Careau All Whites of the Bridgend League.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 19/11

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 19/11 


The World Cup is here but the Vale of Glamorgan Football League kept on rolling this past weekend with some great local action.

  • Premier Division leaders Holton Road made it into the last four of the esteemed Barry Cup with a 4-1 win over Tynewydd at the Buttrills. Jack Cutajar and Paul Morgan gave Holton a half time lead but Paul Cauldfield pulled one back for Tynny to put them right back in the game. However, two late goals from Rhys James sealed Holton Road’s route to the semi finals.
  • In the Premier Division, Penarth Town went third after fighting back from 0-2 down to Barry Athletic to win 3-2 thanks to a late winner from Paul Beedell.
  • Vale United needed a last minute equaliser to grab a point at home to St Athan in a hotly contested 1-1 draw in Corntown.
  • Sully Sports move into fifth place with a 3-0 win over Cwm Talwg, Elvis Kononovs, with a brace, and Josh Stephens with the goals.
  • In the Championship, BV made it 9 from 9 with a 5-0 victory over Vale Madrid at Station Road, the win moves BV seven points clear at the top with a game in hand.
  • Second place Cardiff Airport Vets were held by Peterston Super Ely in a thrilling 3-3 draw, a last minute leveller denying Airport the win.
  • Holton Road Reserves needed a last minute equaliser in their game as they snatched the draw in a 1-1 against St Athan Reserves, Jaydon Colston with the vital goal in stoppage time.
  • Barry Athletic Reserves picked a 4-0 win over bottom placed St Athan Thirds with Ameer Ihbasheh hitting a hat trick.
  • And finally, congratulations to AFC Rhoose who are now the last Vale league representative left in the Loosemores SWFA Cup after a 5-0 win over Bedlinog of the Merthyr league.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 12/11

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 12/11 
  • There was two Barry cup quarter-finals played this past weekend with two sides cementing their place in the final four.

 

  • Ten man Island Marine saw off Championship leaders BV winning 3-1 in an eventful cup tie at Maslin Park. BV went ahead through Kye Ingham, and then minutes later Marine keeper Bradley Walters was sent off. However, Marine hit back to level through Adam Owens with 16 minutes to go, and then sent the home crowd into raptures as he struck in the 89th minute, before sealing the win and hat trick with a penalty in the second minute of stoppage time.
  • Cardiff Airport also made the final four with a comfortable 6-2 win away against Vale Athletic, Lee Stradling bagging a hat trick to ensure Airport advance.
  • In the Premier Division, Sully Sports stunned reigning champions Penarth Town coming from a goal down to pick up a big derby win, Andrew Godwin with the double to hand Sully the three points.

 

  • Vale United were in seventh heaven as they thumped Cogan Coronation 7-3, a hat trick for Cai James and a star man performance from Richard Evans as he continues to roll back the years. The victory moves United up to eighth.

 

  • St Athan produced a magnificent fight back to come back from two down at half time to come out 4-2 winners against Cwm Talwg. Seth Talbot, Ben Boyd with two and Ryan John with the goals in a dramatic afternoon at the Buttrills field.
  • In the Championship, Rhoose Social moved into second place with a 6-0 win over St Athan Thirds, Ryan John, Lloyd Meyrick, Chris Morgan, Ryan Morgan and Cam Barrett all notching in a comprehensive victory.
  • Cardiff Airport Vets drop a place to third as they conceded very late on to be held 2-2 by St Athan Reserves. Ashley Ashill put Airport Vets in front before Ieaun Morgan equalised for St Athan, but Jordan Underdown put Airport Vets back into the lead. However, Andy Home notched for St Athan in the 92 minute to grab a point.
  • Tynewydd moved up into fifth place despite being held 1-1 by Barry Athletic Reserves. Tynewydd missed an early penalty but soon went ahead through Nicky Jones, however, Athletic rallied and levelled through youngster Alfie Tipples to ensure a share of the spoils.
  • A first half blitz from Vale Madrid saw them victorious 5-0 over Peterston Super Ely to get themselves back to winning ways, Sam Robinson standing out with a brace.
  • And finally, Holton Road went out of the Loosemores SWFA Cup losing 3-2 despite a great performance against Aber Valley of the Alliance League Premier Division, three divisions above Holton Road.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 5/11

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 5/11 

  • With the current top four teams in the league not in action this weekend, it gave the chasing pack a chance to produce fireworks and attempt to close the gap. 
  • Barry Athletic saw their four game unbeaten run come to a halt with a 3-0 home defeat to Sully Sports. Despite an early red card and playing the majority of the game with ten men, goals from Best Lee, Elvis Kononovs and Cole Saunders hand Sully their first league win since September.
  • Cardiff Airport made it two league wins on the bounce as they edged Vale United 3-2. Cai James put United ahead, lead they held until twenty minutes from time when Josh Hobbs came off the bench to draw Airport level ane then with 8 minutes remaining put the home side in front. Lee Stradling then hit the Airport’s third in the 90th minute before Mitchell Stimson Jagger pulled back a very late consolation for Utd.
  • Cwm Talwg came out on the right end of a ten goal thriller as they came from behind to beat Cogan Coronation 6-4. Talwg were 2-3 down at half time but rallied and goals from Cole Roberts, Dafydd Jones and Jordan Yeoman saw Talwg get the important three points.
  • In the Championship, Cardiff Airport Vets looked to keep in touch with leaders BV and produced a fine 3-0 win over Barry Athletic Reserves, the Vets now sit six points off the leaders.
  • Holton Road Reserves sit third and level on points with Cardiff Airport Vets, but have played two more games, as they turned on the style to beat Island Marine Reserves 5-1 away at Maslin Park, Mitchell Thomas with a double.
  • Rhoose Social remain fourth and made it six unbeaten in the league with a 3-0 away win over St Athan Reserves, Ryan John, Chris Morgan and Bradley Davies with the goals.
  • Vale Athletic had quite the afternoon, finding themselves 3-2 down after 50 minutes away to Peterston Super Ely they proceeded to score 9 goals in 35 seconds half minutes to come out 11-3 winners, the stand outs being Ryan Warden scoring 4 and Richard Morgan notching 5!! The win moves Athletic up into fifth place after scoring 18 goals in their last two games.
  • Tynewydd went sixth in the league with a 6-3 victory away at Vale Madrid, Gareth Griffiths scoring twice to take his tally to 8 goals in 5 games. 
 
  • It was also SWFA Cup day, but the weather claimed many ties that will be played Saturday, including the games for Holton Road and AFC Rhoose. However, BV did play and tasted defeat for the first time this season as they lost 3-0 to a very good Afan United side who currently sit top of the Port Talbot League. 
 

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 29/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 29/10

  • On this Halloween weekend Holton Road’s title challenge is getting frighteningly good as they made it 8 out of 8 with a 6-2 win away at Sully Sports. Rhys James, Ben Pearce and a Jack Cutajar hat trick put Holton cruising at the break with Sam Adamson adding one more after the break.
  • Island Marine sit three points behind Holton Road at the top as they came from behind to edge out St Athan 2-1 at Maslin Park. Sean Lucas gave St Athan the lead in the first 30 seconds but Josh Davies equalised and Bradley Walters converted from the spot to give Marine all three points.
  • Barry Athletic produced a fine display to pick up a big three points away against AFC Rhoose, Kyle Booker put Athletic ahead before Elliott Ball levelled, however, Booker struck again to give Athletic the win.
  • A cracker of a game at Bryn Y Don, Penarth Town came out 7-3 winners over Cwm Talwg but had to work for it. Paul Beedell put Penarth ahead but Josh Kirke soon levelled, before Beedell restored the lead, Tom Bellingham extended Penarth’s advantage but Kirke reduced the deficit and then Nick Jackson made it 3-3. Penarth rallied and went ahead again through Rhys Fford before pulling away through Macauley Winton double and Tobi Winton to get Penarth back to winning ways.
  • Cardiff Airport made it two league wins on the bounce against bottom side Cogan Coronation. Cameron Jones, Morgan Stavert Hawkins, Max Jones and    with the goals that move Airport up to sixth place.
  • In the Championship, leaders BV came from a goal down to edge Barry Athletic 3-2 at the Athletic Ground, the win makes it 8 out of 8 for BV.
  • Mitchell Thomas’ brace gave Holton Road Reserves a 2-0 win over St Athan C to move them into third place, joint level with second place Cardiff Airport Vets.
  • Rhoose Social played a 1-1 draw with Vale Madrid, James O’Neill giving Social the lead and then Jac Kirby equalising for Vale Madrid to ensure a share of the spoils.
  • St Athan Reserves made it four wins from their last five with a 6-2 triumph away at Peterston Super Ely. Conan Flanagan, Ben Horner, Lewis Morgan, Aaron Rogers and a brace from Ieaun Lewis see St Athan move into fifth.
  • Vale Athletic got back to winning ways in emphatic fashion with a 7-1 victory over Island Marine Reserves. Ryan Warden and Gareth Lewis both got doubles while Marcus Knevett, Dan Chaulk and Andy Somers handed Athletic the points.