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Llandyrnog and District Village Clubs Summer Football League

View results, fixtures, top goal scorers and information about each team.

2023 Season

Apologies for the delay in updating news about the 2023 season, which is now in full flow. Please see the Results and Fixtures page for the dates of matches.

PLEASE NOTE: change to the fixtures in the week beginning 19th June 2023 – fixtures have been moved to Tuesday 20th June, 7pm ko – which was agreed by all Clubs at the beginning of the season to avoid a clash with the Wales international match v Turkey on the 19th June.

2022 Season

The 2022 Summer League season has now come to an end. The League Champions were Cefn with 59 points having lost just one match throughout the season – congratulations to Cefn. The runners-up were Llanrhaeadr with 54 points.

Mae tymor 2022 nawr wedi dod i ben – gyda Cefn yn bencampwyr y Gynghrair am eleni gyda 59 o bwyntiau, gan golli dim ond un gêm drwy’r tymor – llongyfarchiadau i Cefn. Yn ail oedd Llanrhaeadr gyda 54 pwynt.

Jake Walker, Cefn won the Golden Boot award with a total of 40 goals in the League and 3 in the Shield competition – congratulations Jake.

Jake Walker, Cefn ennillodd wobr am sgorio y mwyaf o goliau yn y tymor – gyda 40 gôl yn y Gynghrair a wedyn 3 yng nghystadleaueth y Darian – Llongyfarchiadau Jake.

On Friday 15th July the final of the Bridson and Evans Memorial Shield was held at Rhewl with Henllan winning 3 – 1 against Cefn. Congratulations to Henllan. Mathew Jones, Henllan was awarded the committee’s man of the match award.

Nos Wener 15fed Gorffennaf cynhaliwyd gêm derfynol Tarian Goffa Bridson ac Evans – gyda Henllan yn fuddigol o 3 gôl i 1 yn erbyn Cefn. Llongyfarchiadau i Henllan. Rhoddwyd y wobr chwaraewr y gêm i Mathew Jones, Henllan – llongyfarchiadau.

2019 Season

Congratulations to Llangynhafal who won the 2019 league title with a total of 50 points, 6 points ahead of Henllan in second place.

The 2019 season ended on the 19th July with Llandyrnog winning the Shield final. The final was held at Rhewl, and Llandyrnog won 2-1 against Nantglyn.

A Little History

Organised Summer football in the Vale of Clwyd began in 1926, and apart for a break during the 2nd World War, has continued up to the present day. Although never officially sanctioned by the Football Association of Wales, the Summer League has provided countless thousands of young men with the opportunity of playing soccer for their local village team.

League Rules

One of the main rules of the League which makes it different from most other football institutions is that players have to reside within a prescribed boundary for that club; historically other Summer Leagues have come and gone but they never had that residential rule. We believe that the longevity of the league is generally due to this rule even though demographic problems abound and have forced some villages to merge to survive.

The League Season

The League runs from early April to mid July and the matches are played on Monday and Thursday evenings. 

Currently the League has twelve teams all located in the Vale of Clwyd, except Caerwys and Ysceifiog in the Flintshire hills.