Llangeinor Rangers cel­e­brate an­other suc­cess­ful sea­son

Glamorgan Gazette - - Cricket Round Up -

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.

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