Llangeinor Rangers celebrate another successful season
LLANGEINOR Rangers Mini & Junior footballers have rounded off another busy season with a piece of Bridgend & District League silverware, writes Tony Poole.
Pride of place went to the U14B side who finished runners-up to Bridgend Town Juniors in the Bridgend League.
The Llangeinor youngsters won 19 and drew one of 22 league matches, and then gained a 1-0 win over Llangynwyd Rangers in the Mid Glamorgan Provisions Cup Final that was staged at Bridgend super club Penybont.
Two other Llangeinor teams, the U16s and U12s, were also league runners-up while the U15’s were losing Regal Travel Cup finalists to Brackla, going down 1-0.
And two Llangeinor footballers have recently been presented with Welsh caps.
Jack Davies picked up his at under-17 level after representing Wales against Scotland.
And there was third Welsh U18 cap for Josh Thomas, who attended a glittering presentation ceremony at the Celtic Manor.
Finally, Llangeinorproduct Dan Jeffries, who also won various Welsh representative honours, has made a senior debut for Dundee in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership.
The former Swansea City defender came on as a second-half substitute on May 5 during a 1-0 home win over Hamilton Academical.
Llangeinor Rangers B celebrate after lifting the cup.
Jack Davies receives his Wales U17 cap.
Josh Thomas receives a third Wales U18 cap.