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Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 25/11

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 25/11 

  • After water logged pitches for a month that only saw a handful of games played over the last four weeks, a full league program returned this week.
  • Vale Premier Division leaders St Athan bounced back from the cup exit at the hands of Tynewydd to get back to winning ways with a 4-0 victory over Vale Athletic. Ben Boyd, Dafydd James-Isaac, Ieaun Morgan and debutant 16 year old Corey Rosewell with the goals that keep St Athan top of the table.
  • Cardiff Airport came back from a goal down at Vale United to win 3-1, Max Jones hit a hat trick to give Airport the points and they sit two points off top although they have played a game more than the leaders.
  • Barry Athletic ran riot against AFC Rhoose coming out 8-1 winners at Ceri Road, Ollie Tipples hit four as the Athletic skipper started in this rout that keeps Athletic third.
  • Two first half goals from Bradley Walters and Adam Owens was enough to give Island Marine a 2-1 win over Penarth Town at Bryn Y Don, Island Marine stay fourth.
  • In the Championship, Cogan Coronation moved up to second place as they edged out Peterston Super Ely 2-1 at the Rec, but needed a late Martyn Boulton goal to do it.
  • Vale Madrid defeated Cwm Talwg 2-1 to leapfrog them into third place, two early first half goals from David Evans and Callum Harding enough to get the points.
  • Barry Athletic Reserves moved up to sixth place with a 2-0 win over St Athan Reserves, Lewis Avaient with a first half brace, his eighth and nineth goals in ten games.
  • Rhoose Social thumped AFC Rhoose Development 5-0 at Ceri Road, Lloyd Jackson starring for Social with two goals and an assist.
  • Island Marine edged out Porthketty Panthers 2-1 to pick up their first win since the opening day, Josh Kirke scoring twice to ensure the victory.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 28/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 28/10 

  • St Athan stayed top of the Vale Premier Division after a 2-0 win over Barry Athletic, inflicting Athletics first defeat of the season while maintaining the league leaders own unbeaten league record. Chris Vinson converted from the spot and then Anton Williamson doubled the lead for St Athan to seal the win.
  • Cardiff Airport needed a dramatic late equaliser to grab a point at home to Island Marine. Ryan Escott put Airport in front before Bradley Walters levelled from the spot before half time. Jack Blackmore then put Marine in front but Escott got his second of the game as he levelled in the 91st minute to rescue the draw. The result means that St Athan go two points ahead of Airport at the top with a game in hand.
  • In the Championship, leaders Tynewydd continue their charge at the top as they saw off Rhoose Social 3-1. Gareth Griffiths scored twice as Tynny went 9 points clear at the top and remain unbeaten.
  • Cardiff Airport Vets and Cwm Talwg played out a 4-4 thriller at Ceri Road. Casey Davies put Airport in front before Alfie Davies levelled for Talwg, Karl Steel then restored Airports lead but Mitchell Thomas brought it all square from the spot. Casey Davies scored his second to see Airport take the lead for the third time and Michael Hall made it 4-2 on the hour mark. However, Talwg rallied and Alfie Davies pulled one back and then with five minutes remaining Jordan Yeoman grabbed the equaliser to see the points shared. The draw moves Airport Vets into second place while Talwg sit fifth but just one point behind their opponents.
  • Vale Madrid moved up to fourth as they turned on the style to romp to a 5-1 win over third place Cogan Coronation, Sam Robinson hitting a hat trick in the comprehensive victory.
  • Peterston Super Ely went 9th with a 3-1 triumph over AFC Rhoose Development, Dylan Davies, Jon Wooten and Matt Reynolds grabbing the goals that ensured all three points and two successive wins.
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Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 21/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 21/10

  • St Athan returned to the top of the Vale of Glamorgan Premier Division with a 3-0 victory over AFC Rhoose. Ben Boyd hit a second half hat trick to send his side top on goal difference ahead of Cardiff Airport, but having played a game less.
  • Barry Athletic romped to a huge 8-1 win over Island Marine in the island derby at Maslin Park, Ollie Tipples hit a hat trick as Athletic sit a point behind leaders St Athan and host them on Saturday.
  • In the Championship, leaders Tynewydd moved seven points clear at the top as they saw off AFC Rhoose Development 3-1, Gareth Griffiths scoring a brace as Tynny remain unbeaten this season.
  • Cogan Coronation moved second as Mohamed Osman scored a hat trick in a 6-0 win over St Athan Thirds. Cogan sit on joint points with Cardiff Airport Vets who were victorious over Barry Athletic Reserves 3-1, James Dixon scoring twice on his return to the club.
  • Cwm Talwg moved fourth with a triumph over Island Marine Reserves, Mitchell Thomas notching a hat trick, making it 13 goals in five league games for the prolific marksman. Josh Kirke returned to his former club to hit a hat trick for Island Marine reserves but in vein in this 5-3 defeat.
  • Rhoose Social produced a stunning comeback as they came out 3-2 winners over Cadoxton Imps. Social were 2-0 down with eleven minutes to go when Chris Morgan pulled one back, before Lloyd Jackson equalised two minutes later and then hit the winner with five minutes remaining, a vital first win in five for Rhoose Social.
  • Vale Madrid went 6th with a 3-1 win over Porthkerry Panthers, Geriant Andrews scoring twice as Vale Madrid picked up the three points after three league games without a win.
  • Morgan Norey scored twice for Peterston Super Ely as they edged out St Athan Reserves 4-3, Peterston led 4-0 at half time and St Athan Reserves fought back but it was Peterston who took the points to move tenth.
  • Next week it’s the top four in the Premier Division clashing as Barry Athletic welcome St Athan and Island Marine travel to Ceri Road to play Cardiff Airport. While in the championship Cwm Talwg vs Cardiff Airport Vets and Vale Madrid vs Cogan Coronation could be crackers.
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Barry Cup Quarter Final Draw

Barry Cup Quarter Final Draw 

  • Barry Athletic vs FC Barry
  • Cardiff Airport vs Vale Madrid
  • Island Marine vs Penarth Town
  • St Athan vs Tynewydd
  • (Ties to be played on 11th November

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 14/10

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 14/10 

  • Tynewydd produced the cup upset of the round as the championship leaders dumped AFC Rhoose out of the Barry Cup. Nathan Donnelly starring as Tynewydd came out 6-4 winners over last years finalists.
  • Olly Tipples tore through Cwm Talwg with a hat trick and two assists as Barry Athletic thumped the championship side 8-1 at the Athletic Ground to advance
  • FC Barry went through in an all Premier Division clash with a 4-1 victory over Vale United and will now play Barry Athletic in the next round.
  • Vale Madrid set up a quarter final tie with Cardiff Airport as they romped to an 8-1 win over Porthkerry Panthers, Sam Robinson hitting a hat trick.
  • Penarth Town won the derby against Cogan Coronation in the most dramatic way. Penarth were 3-2 down with ten minutes to go, but Mikey Winton levelled from the spot and then Rhys Knight scored the winner in the last minute.
  • St Athan progressed with a 4-0 win over Championship side Rhoose Social, and set up a quarter final against Tynewydd.
  • Island Marine defeated Vale Athletic 4-1 at Bryn Y Don with Ellis Howe scoring a brace to send Marine through to play Penarth in the quarter finals.
  • In the championship Cadoxton Imps walloped bottom side St Athan Thirds 11-2 and Barry Athletic Reserves edged out Peterston Super Ely.