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Vale of Glamorgan Football League Mid week Round Up 6/4

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Mid week Round Up 6/4

The champions were in action as Penarth Town celebrated with a 2-0 victory over BV. After a goalless first half Penarth took the lead through Knight and then doubled their lead through Nielsen. Penarth now look towards two semi finals in their chase for the treble, starting with a rematch with BV on Saturday.

Cardiff Airport triumphed 3-1 against Tynewydd at Ceri Road. Stradling gave Airport the lead in the first half and then two early second half goals from Stavert-Hawkins and Western put Airport in firm control, before Hicks pulled back a late consolation for Tynny. The win moves Airport above AFC Rhoose into third place, they play each other in the Ceri Road derby next Wednesday.

In Division One, Sully Sports moved to within one win of the league title as they eased past BV Reserves 7-0. Godwin gave Sully the lead inside fifteen minutes and then Ashton, Norton and Western ended the game as a contest before half time. Western then notched his second of the game on the hour mark before Godwin also added his second and then Donavon put Sully into seventh heaven. Sully now travel to play second place Cwm Talwg, who have played a game more, on Saturday, knowing that if they avoid defeat they are champions, Talwg know they have to win and then hope Sully lose their final game for them to claim the title. Either way, it’s been a tremendous title race in Division One and both sides will be great additions to the Premier Division.

Rhoose Social third spot were dealt a blow as they were held at home against a spirited Vale Madrid side. Hypolite gave VM the lead but Social struck back right after half time with goals from Andrews and Hillard. Vale Madrid then equalised from Webb on 65 minutes. The draw moves Social three points behind Holton Road B (who have played all their leagues games), with one more game to play but Social do have a much better goal difference. The point lifts Vale Madrid off the bottom of the league as they finish the campaign in 10th place.

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 2/4

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 2/4

AFC Rhoose booked their place in the semi final of the Barry Cup as they edged out BV 3-2. Hartley, Bevan and Webb gave Rhoose a 3-0 lead at half time but BV rallied and goals from James and Ingham saw them push Rhoose right to the final whistle, but Rhoose held on for the semi final spot.

In the ASRS Cup, it was Holton Road who progressed to the final four with a 3-2 victory over Tynewydd. It was Tynny who took the lead through a Case penalty but Holton were soon level as Pearce converted from the spot too. Jachontow then fired Holton into the lead not long into the second half but Tynny pulled level through a Matthews goal. However, Pearce scored what turned out to be the winner 8 minutes from time.

In the Supporters Cup, Vale Utd came from a goal down against Vale Madrid to win 2-1. Evans gave VM the lead inside the first minute but Utd hit back in the second half with goals from Williams and Rowlands to advance.

In league action, Barry Athletic upset Cadoxton Barry with a 3-1 triumph on the Island with their first league win since August. Ashley Avaient gave Athletic a first half lead before Toby Dalton equalised but with ten minutes to go Will Drew and Lewis Avaient scored to give Athletic a huge 3 points.

Island Marine came away from the Rec with three points against Cogan with a 3-1 win. Davies, Blackmore and Bowsher put Marine in a commanding position before Humphries pulled back a consolation. The win moves Marine up to sixth.

In Division One, Cwm Talwg battled back from
two goals down to draw 2-2 with Vale Athletic in a blow to Talwg’s title aspirations. Rodwell and Lewis put Athletic 0-2 up but Kirke converted a penalty to pull one back for Talwg just before half time. Yeoman then notched the equaliser on 70 minutes to earn a point that puts Talwg top of the league by one point ahead of Sully Sports. Sully have three games to play, while Talwg have one game remaining, against Sully!!

Rhoose Social climbed up to fourth place with a 3-1 victory over St Athan C. John and a Morgan double in the first half put Social on course for the points. St Athan C rallied in the second half and pulled one back through Clancy but Social claimed the three points.

There is midweek action this week on Wednesday as Cardiff Airport play Tynewydd and Penarth take on BV in the Prem and in Division One, Sully play BV Reserves and Rhoose Social host Vale Madrid.

This Saturday, sees more league action and the semi finals of the ASRS Cup, plus Rhoose Social representing the Vale in the semi final of the SWFA Intermediate Cup against Clwb Caerdydd from the Cardiff Combination League Division One. Good luck to Rhoose Social.

Vale of Glamorgan Junior Football 2/4

U16’s Premiership

Dinas Powys 2-1 Cardiff Airport

Penarth Town Wolves vs Cowbridge Town

Inter Penarth 0-5 Sully Sports

Cogan Coronation 4-0 Penarth Town Raiders

Peterston Super Ely 0-5 Island Marine

U15’s Championship

Dinas Powys 7-2 Cowbridge Blacks

Island Marine 1-2 Penarth Town

U15’s Championship CUP

Cogan Vipers 0-8 Barry Town Utd

U14’s Premiership

FC Barry 3-3 Cogan Hurricanes

Cowbridge Reds 4-0 Cowbridge Blacks

U14’s Championship

Dinas Powys Utd 5-0 Sully Sports Blue

U13’s Premiership

Cowbridge Blacks 3-1 Barry Town Utd

Real Sully 2-5 Island Marine Yellows

Sully Sports All Blacks 0-8 Cogan Blues

U13’s Championship

Island Marine Blues 4-1 AFC Rhoose

U13’s Championship CUP

Cowbridge Bulls 0-6 Llantwit Major AFC

Inter Penarth 6-0 Cowbridge Reds

U12’s Premiership

Cogan Dragons 1-4 Sully Sports Oceans

Cowbridge Blacks 1-14 Barry Athletic

U12’s Championship

Dinas Powys Rangers 1-3 Llantwit Major AFC Lions

Park Lions Black 6-6 Fonmon Castle

Cogan Pirates 7-0 Holton Road Reds

U12’s Division One

Llantwit Major AFC Legends 0-1 Island Marine

Sully Sports Tornadoes 5-0 Cogan Ravens

Inter Penarth 12-1 Park Lions Whites

Cup Semi Final Draws

Barry Cup
Semi Finals

Vale United vs Penarth Town

Tynewydd vs AFC Rhoose

ASRS
Semi Finals

Penarth Town vs BV

AFC Rhoose vs Holton Road

Supporters Cup
Semi Finals

Vale Utd vs Rhoose Social

Cwm Talwg vs Holton Road B

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 26/3

Vale of Glamorgan Football League Round Up 26/3

It was the divisional cups that took centre stage this weekend with action in both the ASRS Cup and Supporters Cup.

BV upset Island Marine with a fine 3-2 victory at the Butts to put them into the ASRS Cup semi finals. Davies put Island Marine in front before Frost quickly levelled for BV, Bowsher then restored Marine’s lead before a Byrne red card reduced Marine to ten men. With fourteen minutes remaining Ingham equalised from the spot for BV before a dramatic late winner from Mathew James in the 91st minute sent BV into the final four.

No such drama in the other tie as AFC Rhoose eased into the semi finals with a 5-0 triumph over Barry Athletic. Goals from Liam Butcher, Bolton, Joe Butcher and Bevan double secured a fine win in clinical fashion.

In the Supporters Cup, top of the league Sully Sports hosted second place Cwm Talwg in a cracking cup tie that went all the way to penalties. Kirke had put Talwg ahead in the first half but Cottle equalised with two minutes left on the clock. Extra time couldn’t separate them and it was down to the dreaded penalty kicks. Talwg Keeper Wakefield made two fine saves in the shoot out and Kirke then dispatched the winner spot kick to put Cwm Talwg into the semi finals.

Holton Road B needed extra time to see off a stubborn BV Reserves. A goalless 90 minutes saw an extra 30 required and Holton B finally opened the scoring in the 102 minute through Angove before Thomas sealed the tie in the 111 minute and put Holton Road B in the semi finals.

Rhoose Social booked their semi final spot with a 4-1 win over St Athan B. Rowland put Social in front before Sammarco equalised but Owen restored Socials lead right on the stroke of half time. Further goals from an OG and Harries saw Social ease into the semis.

Only one league game this week in the Premier Division as Cardiff Airport came from behind against St Athan to win 2-1. Sean Lucas game St Athan a first half lead but an OG levelled the game before Stradling grabbed the winner 15 minutes before time.

Next week it’s a mixture of cup and league fixtures as the season races towards its climax.