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Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 23/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 23/10

Premier Division leaders Penarth Town got back to winning ways in emphatic fashion as they thumped fellow title challengers Cadoxton Barry 7-3. Penarth raced into an early 2 goal lead before Cadoxton Barry pulled the game back level and there was only 13 minutes on the clock. Cadoxton Barry then were reduced to ten men as their keeper was sent off and Penarth raced into a 5-2 lead by half time. More goals followed in the second half and Penarth saw their goal keeper also dismissed, but at that point they were home and dry 7-3.

Penarth open up a seven point gap over the chasing pack as the rest of the top five all dropped points. Holton Road were held by a spirited Tynewydd 1-1. Shaun Jachontow put Holton Road ahead but Joe Matthews grabbed the equaliser for the Tynny.

St Athan and AFC Rhoose played out a 1-1 draw in an entertaining battle, Josh Bryan put Rhoose ahead on 15 minutes before Ben Boyd pulled St Athan level on 31 minutes and despite chances for both sides, it was a share of the spoils.

BV waited since August for a second league win and now have two in as many weeks, as they saw off Cogan 3-1 at the Rec. Kyle Ingham and Cory James with the goals that lift BV into seventh spot.

In Division One, leaders Sully Sports completely thrashed St Athan C in an emphatic result, Ashley Cottle grabbed a hat trick and Andrew Godwin got 5 amongst the scorers. The result sees Sully open up a three point lead at the top over Cwm Talwg who picked up a fine 5-3 win over Vale United in Corntown. Josh Kirke scoring a brace to see Cwm Talwg jump up to second spot.

Holton Road B go fourth as they edged out Vale Athletic 4-3. Mitch Thomas with a double as Holton inflicted a second straight defeat on Vale Athletic after they made a perfect start to the campaign and drop to 6th.

Island Marine B moved into 9th with their first win in five games as they walloped BV reserves 4-0, goals from Morgan Rogers, Adam Owens, Ashley Cove and Tom Moffat giving Island Marine B the vital victory, BV reserves also ended the game with 9 men after two red cards.

In the SWFA Intermediate Cup, a SWFA competition for clubs outside of the top divisions, Rhoose Social continue to fly the Vale flag as they edged out Hopkinstown, of the Taff Ely Rhymney Valley league, 3-2 in a cracker. The win sees Social advance to the quarter finals and doing the Vale proud.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 16/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 16/10

A fantastic afternoon action in the Vale of Glamorgan Football League with several big games that could impact the outcome of the league.

Premier Division leaders Penarth Town saw their undefeated record come to a halt as AFC Rhoose handed them their first loss of the season. Goals from Sam Gammon, Ciaran Webb and Josh Bryan handed Rhoose the big victory.

Holton Road moved up to second with an impressive 2-1 triumph over Cadoxton Barry. Shaun Jachontow hitting the winner four minutes from time and Holton Road now sit five points off top with a game in hand.

Island Marine continued their good league form with a 2-0 away win over St Athan, goals from Rhys Hopkins and Adam Bowsher gave Marine the points. That’s now no win in four games for St Athan after a good start to the season.

Jermaine Martyn hit the only goal of the game as Cardiff Airport beat Cogan 1-0, a fourth win on the bounce for the Airport.

BV picked up their first win since August as they edged out Barry Athletic who finished the game with nine men. Cory James and a Mathew James brace giving BV the important win and see them climb to 8th.

In Division One, league leaders Sully Sports handed a first league defeat to Vale Athletic winning a nine goal thriller 5-4. Sully came back from a goal down to go 3-1 and then 5-2 up before Athletic grabbed two more back to make it a nervy finish. Ashley Cottle staring for Sully with a brace and also two assists.

Rhoose Social returned to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over Island Marine, Jamie Halford and Bradley Rowland with the goals. Social sit second, one point off top but have played a game more.

Vale United secured their fifth consecutive win with a 6-1 thumping of St Athan C, Lewis Richards bagging a hat trick for United who move up to third place, level on points with Rhoose Social.

Cwm Talwg walloped Vale Madrid 6-0 to climb back up to fourth, doubles from Jordan Yeoman and Curtis Jones contributing to the comprehensive victory.

St Athan B came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with BV reserves, Rob Cooper and Adam Hartery gave BV a 2-0 half time lead but Seth Talbot grabbed a brace to earn a point for St Athan B.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 9/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 9/10

Only one game in the Premier Division with the majority tied up with the SWFA Cup, league leaders Penarth Town thumped Barry Athletic 5-0 with Rhys Knight getting a hattrick. The result extends Penarth’s lead to 6 points at the top, albeit having played a game more than the chasing pack.

In Division One, we have brand new league leaders as Sully Sports thrashed St Athan B 5-0 to take top inspired by Ashley Cottle’s hat trick.

Sully were able to leap frog Rhoose Social to top the table as The Social’s unbeaten run came to an abrupt halt in Corntown as Vale United continued their impressive run to win 5-3. Goals from Jac Wisenden, Phil Caseley, Jason Tominey, Luke Dingle and Owyn Poole see Vale United move up to third, United looking serious title contenders.

Vale Athletic remain unbeaten as they saw off St Athan C 5-2, Dan Chaulk bagging a brace on the way to three points for Athletic as they stay fourth, but just two points off top with a game in hand.
Mitch Thomas hit a hattrick as Holton Road B hammered BV Reserves to climb up to fifth in impressive fashion.
Vale Madrid picked up their first win since August with a 2-1 victory over Island Marine B, Tom Webb and Geraint Andrews with the goals that hand Madrid a vital three points.
The title race for the first division is wide open with three points separating the top six!!
In the SWFA Cup second round, Penygraig BGC of the Rhondda League saw off AFC Rhoose 3-0, Alliance Premier Division side Trebanog eased past BV 6-1 while Cwrt Rawlin, who sit top of the Taff Ely Rhymney Valley league, thumped Island Marine 5-1. Cadoxton Barry were edged out 4-3 in a thriller by Graig of the Taff Ely Rhymney Valley and Cowbridge were dumped out of the cup by Cardiff & District side The Star 11-2. St Athan’s game away against Treorchy was cancelled after Treorchy withdrew from the competition. But Holton Road saw success for the Vale league coming from a goal down to win 2-1 over Rhondda league side The Baglan, to leave two Vale sides still in the competition.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League 9/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League 9/10 
PREMIER DIVISION

Penarth Town (1st) WWWDW
vs
Barry Athletic (11th) LLLLL

@ Llandough

Prediction – Home Win

DIVISION ONE

Holton Road B (6th) DWLWW
vs
BV B (9th) DLLWL

@ The Butts

Predictions – Home Win

Vale United (4th) WWWLW
vs
Rhoose Social (1st) DDWDW

@ Corntown

Predictions – Draw

Sully Sports (2nd) WWLDW
vs
St Athan B (7th) LDDWW

@ Sully Sports

Prediction – Home Win

Vale Madrid (8th) DLDLL
vs
Island Marine B (10th) LLWLD

@ Burnham Avenue

Prediction – Away Win

St Athan C (11th) LWLLL
vs
Vale Athletic (5th) DDWWW

@ St Athan

Prediction – Away Win

SWFA CUP ROUND TWO

Penygraig BGC (6th in Rhondda Prem) WLLLL
vs
AFC Rhoose LWWWW

@ Ely Field

BVFC LDLLL
vs
Trebanog (12th SWFA Alliance Prem) LLLDL

@ The Butts Field

The Baglan (3rd Rhondda Prem) WWLLW
vs
Holton Road WDLWW

@ Baglan Field

Cwrt Rawlin (1st in Taff Ely Rhymney Valley Prem) WWWWW
vs
Island Marine WWDWL

Venue –

The Star (3rd in Cardiff & District Prem) WWLW
vs
Cowbridge Town LLLLL

Venue –

Graig FC (8th in Taff Ely Rhymney Valley Prem) LLLWD
vs
Cadoxton Barry WWWLW

Venue –

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 2/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 2/10

Premier Division leaders Penarth Town had to come from 2-1 down against BV to triumph 5-2 to remain unbeaten. Michael Winton with a double amongst the goals as Penarth stay three points clear at the top.

Cadoxton Barry are that team who are three points behind the leaders and hot on their heels, as they continued their recent hot streak of form to defeat Tynewydd 5-2. The divisions top goalscorer Jamie Randall with a brace.

Barry Athletic vs Holton Road was halted due to a serious injury to an Athletic player, we wish him the best in his recovery. Holton Road were 3-0 up at the time.

Cogan Coronation came back from 2-1 down at half time to grab a point against St Athan. St Athan took the lead twice in the first half with Josh Harfoot and Ben Boyd scoring either side of the first Cogan equaliser, before being pegged back in the second half, it’s now three games without a win for St Athan.

Island Marine inflicted a first defeat of the season on AFC Rhoose as they were victorious 2-1 at Maslin Park. Jack Blackmore netting the winner four minutes before time and it’s now four games unbeaten for the reigning champions.

Cardiff Airport demolished Cowbridge Town at Ceri Road, eight different scorers for Airport including Taylor Miller with a double. Airport move up to 7th spot.

In Division One, leaders Rhoose Social played out a thrilling 4-4 draw with Holton Road B to remain unbeaten. Bradley Rowland completed his hattrick late on to grab a point for The Social, as Leigh Vick hit two amongst the Holton goals.
Sully Sports cut the lead at the top to two points with a game in hand, as they played out a crazy 7-4 win over Island Marine B. The divisions top scorer Ashley Cottle hit four in the game to take his tally to 14 for the season.

Josh Kirke hit a hattrick for Cwm Talwg in a 6-0 away win against St Athan C. The win moves Cwm Talwg also within two points of the leaders.

Vale United saw off St Athan B 6-2 as Jac Wisenden starred with hattrick. The win moves United up to fourth now after three consecutive victories.

And finally, Vale Madrid and Vale Athletic played out a rare 0-0 stalemate. The result keeps Athletic unbeaten and moves Madrid up to 8th.