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Maiden victory for Under 12s!.

U12s Team Report It had been a strange few days, head coach @Gwyn (CCLGFC) was feeling a win in his water, and one of the coaches daughters was also feeling a win. So we took to our alternative home venue awaiting the Chepstow team, the signs weren’t go

Under 8s at Hopkinstown.

8’s Match Report, Hopkinstown 18/11/18 So on a cold sunny November morning, we travelled to Hopkinstown. First up we played Aberdare, who proved to be a very tough opponent in the end. Catrina scored a goal for Caerphilly. Next up were Treowen, and in a

Depleted U10s squad travel to Porth.

With several absentees due to holidays, injuries and personal commitments Caerphilly travelled to Porth for the latest round of fixtures with only 6 fit players. The situation was only to get more difficult with the last minute withdrawal of Danielle. The

Under 11s avoid the washout on Armistice day..

With the heavy rain over the last couple of days, it was only the Under 11s match which was played out for our mini/junior section today, with the U8s/9s/10s and 12s all being postponed. It was a first trip to DInas Powys for the U11s as they were looking

Another great morning for the Under 8s.

8’s Match Report, Treowen 4/11/18 On a damp misty morning we travelled to Treowen for our latest round of matches. First up we played a strong team from Aberdare, and from this, the girls gained good experience. Next we played Hopkinstown and we perform

Home ties for the Under 9s.

  Brilliant performances from the today u9s. Great development demonstrated with greatly improved  passing and positioning today. It proves you all are listening to us coaches in training and doing it on Sundays games. So proud of you all today well

Under 11s visit to Cardiff Crusaders.

Having had the pleasure of hosting Cardiff Crusaders in the opening matches of the season, it was the Under 11s turn to pay a visit to their home ground today, as they faced two matches – against the hosts as well as Aberdare. Still suffering from h

Away day for Under 10s.

Today’s round of matches saw the girls travel to Tongwynlais, the home of Fairwater Juniors. In the first of the four fixtures Caerphilly took on the pinks of Sully for the first time this year. With a match day squad of 9 and Tayla and Megan B waiting

Capital visit for Under 10s.

The U10’s today made the trip to the Capital for the latest round of 4 games against Cyncoed, Llantwit Major, Porth and the home side Fairwater FC. Playing in bright sunshine, Caerphilly started the mornings proceedings with a match against Cyncoed. Cae

Great morning for Under 11s.

Under the clear blue skies, with the splendor of Caerphilly Castle as a backdrop, the Under 11s were faced with daunting opposition this morning in the way of AFC Porth and Fairwater FC. With a number of players unavailable being the start of half term, t

Under 7s and 8s enjoy the Sunshine.

Under 8s On a sunny and warm October morning, we travelled to Llantwit Major, for the latest round of matches. We first came up against Hopkinstown, and with two equal sides, played a tight match. Next up Llantwit, and in a good match Kyah managed to scor

Under 10s travel to Hopkinstown.

Caerphilly castle u10s today travelled to Hopkinstown for the latest round of four games. This morning’s fixtures contained three teams familiar to the girls, Cyncoed, Hopkinstown and Porth with the last of the games a first encounter  against Fairwate

Tough set of fixtures for Under 9s.

Today the u9s played against Splott Albion, , Baglan  Boys and Girls, and Llanbradach Girls. All 3 gamed were tough for our girls but if an award went out to the team of the day it would have been our girls. They all played excellent and we couldn’

Under 12s continue their progress.

Today our U12s went to Central Park Llantwit Fadre in search of that illusive first win against the Blue Jays. Although it wasn’t to be, every girl gave there all and we are now starting to see a nucleus of a team forming and as our newest members bed i

Under 11s visit Porth.

Our Under 11s headed over to AFC Porth this morning, for two games, versus the hosts and firstly  against Thornhill Yellows. Eager to keep a excellent run of form going, our set game plan was disturbed slightly with a request from our opposition to lend

Party Time!.

Tickets for our Junior/Mini Christmas Party are now available! This year, our girls will be enjoying their big get together at  Caerphilly Social Club, 44 Castle Street, Caerphilly, CF83 1NZ.  The event taking place December 2nd, 4-6pm. Tickets are £3

Game on!.

After another weekend wash out last week, its back in action for all our teams this Sunday, and we can’t wait! After their recent cup exploits, its back to league action for our Ladies, as they travel to Cwmbran to face familiar opposition in Cwmbra

Absentees return to boast Under 9s.

After last weeks squad decimation of our under 9 team, we were nearly back to full strength this weekend for a visit up the Valleys to face Cascade, and near neighbours Llanbradach. We started the morning with two very different games against our hosts

Under 10s return to Cardiff Bluebells.

This week’s fixtures brought the U10’s to Eastern Leisure centre, for what looked on paper, a competitive triple header against Porth FC, Hopkinstown FC and the home team Cardiff Bluebelles FC. First up, in the 10am kick off, was Porth FC, a team that

Under 8s visit Aberdare.

8’s Match Report, Aberdare 7/10/18 So this week we headed to Aberdare and on a slightly cold but sunny morning, we had a great mornings football. First up we played Llantwit Major. We started the better of the two sides and took the lead, through a goal

Under 11s v Porth & Corinthians.

Another fantastic effort today as the girls kept the momentum going from last Sunday. With the unusual luxury of having 11 players in the squad, we kicked off our first game against Porth.  The scoring was opened by Captain Brilliant Beth, making her fir

Under 12s visit AFC Porth.

The U12’s made the trip to AFC Porth to play an established and well drilled side. Every girl tried their best with honours even for a good while at the start. The score line didn’t go in our favour but in patches we looked good with the ball being pa

Under 11s at Sully.

Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls under 11s travelled to Sully for today’s games. With the scenic views over looking the  Bristol Channel, our first game was against Sully Girls. With just 8 players available due to holidays and injuries, meaning we h

Under 10s Triple header.

The Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls U10’s today welcomed Fairwater juniors to the Owain Glyndwr fields for what was the second round of league fixtures after last week’s washout. If last year’s encounters were anything to go by the home team woul

Game(s) of two halves for Under 9s.

The first set of away fixtures for our Unders 9s this season saw a much depleted squad travel to Port Talbot to face games against Baglan Boys and Girls, and Fairwater. With two players away, and suffering 3 further late withdrawal, it was left to the fab

Under 8s (and Under 7s) enjoy home games!.

Under 8s So our first time to host has come around. In view of Caerphilly Castle we welcomed teams from Treowen, Aberdare, Llantwit Major, Barry and Hopkinstown. Matches were split over 3 pitches. First up we played our friends from Treowen and with both

The weather wins….

Only the 2nd week into the minis season, and already the youngsters are suffering from their first postponements of the season. The recent and continuing downpours have put pay to all the matches involving our Under 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s and 12s. with confirma

Matchday 2 for the Under 12s.

After a difficult introduction to competitive football for our Under 12s last week, our courageous bunch of girls were back in action today for their 2nd matchup. On their travels for the first time in the season, they popped down to Tongwynlais to face F

Under 8s begin their season.

After a series of friendlies over the last few weeks, our brand new Under 8s  teams got their South Wales Women and Girls league underway with a trip over to Hopkinstown near Pontypridd. Supporting the set up there with our younger girls joining in with

Under 10’s off to a flyer!.

The u10’s today travelled to Eastern leisure centre for the first 4 games of the 2018/ 19 league season. Having played Cardiff Bluebelles and Porth previously we knew there was some close, high energy encounters ahead of us. It was the home side, the Bl

Home start for the Under 9s.

Our Under 9s also started their season today, with home fixtures against Fairwater and Cardiff Bluebells against the majestic backdrop of Caerphilly Castle at Owain Glyndwr Playing fields. Two really competitive games were played, with Caerphilly coming a

Under 11’s season starts.

With Caerphilly Castle proving a worthy background, our Under 11s started their new season this morning with a set of home fixtures against Cardiff Bluebells, Fairwater Juniors, and Cardiff Crusaders. With a 5 new players making their club debuts (Seren,

Ladies’ new season kicks off.

Our first game of the new season! Venue: Abertridwr Ref: Wayne Morgan The season kicked off to a slow start but like the team we are, we rallied coming from behind, kept the ball on the floor and moved it round the park. We finished the first half in an e

Under 10s Treowen Friendly.

Caerphilly Castle ladies and girls u10’s today travelled to Treowen in the last warm up match before embarking on the 2018/ 19 league campaign. The girls welcomed Elle-May and Summer making their debuts amongst the largest match day squad we have seen f

Time to celebrate.

…and it wasn’t just hosting another very successful tournament as a club we were celebrating! Two of our rising stars in our mini section have been successful in recent football trials and are looking forward to making their mark in a couple o

July News.

We now have 60 girls on our books, so a big thanks to all of you for joining us! Below is our latest news for July. Playing Kits New playing kits have been ordered, and should be ready by the end of next week (13th July). On the 25th July and 1st August w

U10s – Mini’s section enjoy Summer Friendlies.

It was a busy morning for our mini section todays, with games for our Under 8s, 9s, and 10 taking on Treowen Stars, and our Under 11s being supported by some u12 players matching up against Brynnau Juniors. All the teams gave their all, in a series of ver

U11s – Mini’s section enjoy Summer Friendlies.

It was a busy morning for our mini section todays, with games for our Under 8s, 9s, and 10 taking on Treowen Stars, and our Under 11s being supported by some u12 players matching up against Brynnau Juniors. All the teams gave their all, in a series of ver

Ladies finish season with away defeat.

Welsh Women’s League (WWL) (Adults) After the long trek in heavy rain, the ladies were welcomed by Aberystwyth ladies. With  a minimum squad of the #magnificent8 we battled and put in 100% effort. To no real surprise given the numbers, we were overrun

Ladies suffer defeat at Penybont.

Welsh Women’s League (WWL) (Adults) On a very hot day but a poor pitch, Caerphilly played extremely well against Penybont losing 5-1. With no sub’s, the team pulled together and gave 100% to minimize the damage. With a good ref who only made 1 questio

Junior section grows at phenomenal rate!.

It’s been quite a few weeks for our Junior set up to say the least! Following the end of season tournament where both our Under 11s and Under 9 teams enjoyed a great days football, attention quickly turned to the 2018/2019 season. The improved weath

Juniors to attend Abergavenny Tournament.

Abergavenny Tournament Date: 13/05/18 Time: 9:30 (First game is 10, so please come by 9:30 to allow us to organise) Venue: Abergavenny Leisure Centre, Old Hereford Road, Abergavenny, NP7 6EP (If anybody needs a lift please let us know). Contact: James 079

Junior teams enjoy end of season festival.

Our Mini teams enjoyed their first taste of festival football this morning, as both our under 9s and under 11s teams played in the South Wales Women’s and Girls League end of season festival, hosted by Cardiff Bluebells down at Eastern Leisure Centr

Junior team training back outdoors.

With a return to spring sunshine, and hopefully much more on the way, our Junior Teams returned to their original training venue at Morgan Jones Park on Wednesday 18th April. Since moving indoors for training, the size of the junior set up has grown consi

Ladies suffer home defeat.

Welsh Women’s League (WWL) (Adults) Familiar opposition faced us today, in the way of Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies, who we have played twice within the last few weeks in cup competitions.  It was a league fixture today however, though unfortunately it

Under 11s at home.

Two home games for our under 11s this week, meant a bumper crowd was there to spur the girls on. Two tough matches were played out against AFC Porth and Sully Sports. A very well organised AFC Porth team in the first match saw Caerphilly struggle to compe

Under 9s at AFC Porth.

The final week of league action for the under 9s this week ahead of the of the end of season tournament next week. It proved a tough few games for the team today.  Games against AFC Whitchurch, Dinas Powys, AFC Porth, and Baglan B&G saw plenty of goa

Caerphilly Castle Ladies suffer narrow defeat.

Welsh Women’s League (WWL) (Adults) A close game saw Caerphilly Castle Ladies slip to a narrow defeat against local rivals. A solid 2nd half performance will mean the Ladies can take a lot of positives out of the game going forward for to the rest of th

Under 11s at Fairwater.

There were many positives to build on following the latest games for our Under 11s this week, against Fairwater and Barry Town United at Tongwynlais. Although both games ended in defeat, there was a great deal of development from previous matches clearly

Under 9s at Sully Sports Club.

Back to league action after the Easter break for our Under 9s.  This week, it was a first visit to Sully Sports Club for their round robin fixtures which saw us taking on Dinas Powys, AFC Porth, AFC Whitchurch, and Baglan Boys and Girls. Our first game a

Return to action – Please!!.

After another weekend of wintery conditions, all our teams will be hoping to be able to get back on the pitch this weekend, when a full set of fixtures awaits us. Our Ladies team, who have particularly been plagued with postponements so far in 2018 will b

6 Nations 2018 – Guess the score competition – Winner!.

And that’s it! Its all over. And along with Ireland who deserve all the plaudits received with the third Grand Slam in their history, also due a huge amount of congratulations is Zoe Edwards who come out on top of our Prediction league with a cracki

Mother’s Day Friendlies for the Juniors.

With the SWWGL fixtures put on hold for a week due to Mother’s Day, we had the pleasure of hosting a couple of friendly matches on the St. Cenydd astroturf pitches, which provided our Under 9s and Under 11s teams to get together and play as a single

Come train with us! Ladies team recruiting now!.

As we continue with our aim of growing female football participation in the Caerphilly area, we would like to invite new players to come along and train with us! Whether you are an experienced player looking to join a club, or never kicked a ball before b

Junior section 6 months on….

It’s been quite a few months for the Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls Football Club Junior section to their club. Turn the clock back 6 months, and they didn’t exist. Now,  they have gone from strength to strength now having two registered teams pl

All weekend fixtures postponed.

Well, once again, the weather has put pay to our fixtures this weekend, with games for the Ladies, Under 11’s, Under 9’s and in fact the whole of the SWWGL frozen out due to Storm Emma. Our Alun Evan’s quarter final against Briton Ferry

Ladies SWFA Cup Semi Final ends in defeat..

It was a proud day for the club and our Ladies to be in the SWFA cup semi-final and even though the result looked one way, the coaches and the supporters watching couldn’t be more proud of the commitment and effort every player put into the game today.

Juniors Matchday 3 at Gol Centre, Cardiff.

Our third and final week down the Gol Centre this Sunday for our youngsters, and the improvement in their play week on week is easy to see. Today, the u9s had their best set of results to date, coming out on top in 3 of the 5 games they played. The u11s t

Ladies SWFA Cup Semi Final – Rearranged date.

Following the disappointment of last weeks postponement, our South Wales FA Cup semi final clash has now been re-arranged for this coming Sunday, to be played at Abertridwr Park, Aberfawr Road, Abertridwr, CF83 4AG. Once again, It’s a proud weekend

2nd week of fixtures for our Juniors.

  Keen to get straight back into action following there debuts last week, both the U9s and U11s played in their 2nd week of fixtures in the SWWGL, once again hosted down at the fabulous Gol Centre in Cardiff. It again proved a highly enjoyable experi

Ladies in SWFA Cup Semi Final!.

It’s a proud weekend for the club not only because of our recent news that we have our junior teams back playing in the SWWGL but news of our Ladies advanced to the final stages of 2 cups: South Wales FA Cup Semi-final and Alun Evans Cup Quarter-fin

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U9s and U11s make their debuts.

After a long absence, it was great to see out Junior teams back on the map todays as both the U9s and U11s made the South Wales Women’s and Girls League debuts with matches down at the Gol Centre in Cardiff. Both sets of players gave it their all, a

Cascade YC v Caerphilly Castle ladies Postponed.

For the fourth week in a row, our Ladies fixtures was postponed.  The recent heavy rain making the surface in Duffryn Park unplayable for our league fixture against Cascade YC. Lets hope for a change in the weather this week, so we can eventually get a g

The Junior Teams are registered!.

Well, it’s been quite a journey… From humble beginnings just 6 months ago when a couple of girls went along to train with the ladies on a sunny summer’s evening. Today we are delighted to announce that we have now registered our first tw

SWWGL Alun Evans League Cup Update.

The SWWGL Alun Evans League Cup sees all the team in the SWWGL, plus some additional guest teams  sorted into 4 groups, where they play each other once in a round robin competition. The top two teams from each group qualify for the Cup quarter Finals, wh

Caerphilly Castle Girls v Splott Albion.

Caerphilly Castle Girls v Splott Albion Date 28th January 2018 K.O. 11am Venue – St. Cenydd Leisure Centre 3G Friendly Following the original fixture postponement at the end of last year, our Junior section were delighted to welcome Splott Albion mi

Caerphilly Castle Ladies v Willows ladies Postponed.

For the 2nd week in a row, our Ladies match with Willows ladies fall victim to the welsh weather and is postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. This match has now been rescheduled again for next Sunday (4th February).  Venue to be confirmed. The original f

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Caerphilly Castle Ladies 8-0 Cardiff Bluebells.

Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls v Cardiff Bluebelles Date 14th January 2018 K.O. 2pm Eastern Leisure Centre Aled Evans Cup – Round 1 Another high possession game thanks to really effective ball control by the whole team. With another field marked

Caerphilly Castle Girls derby match.

Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls Team G v Caerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls Team J Date 14th January 2018 K.O. 11am St Cenydd Leisure Centre 3G Pitch Friendly In the Juniour Team’s first matchday of 2018, our squad was split in two as we held a d

Caerphilly Castle Girls v Porth.

AFC Porth Girls v Caerphilly Castle Girls Date 17th December 2017 K.O. 2pm Venue, Garth Park, Trealaw, Porth Friendly   After last week’s match against Splott Albion was called off due to snow, the juniors returned to match football with a friendly

Caerphilly Castle Ladies 3-0 Aberdare.

With 90% of the possession and 80% territory, the game wasn’t pretty by any means. Both teams struggled to play an open and expansive game due to a very poor condition pitch. The first half saw only one goal but 4 opportunities missed. The second ha

Fairwater v Caerphilly Castle Girls.

Date 26th November 2017 K.O.  11am Venue, Heath Park, Cardiff. A second game in two weeks for our juniors helped to continue with our youngster’s footballing education. It’s fair to say we were dealt quite a lesson. With 4 players unavailable, we had

Splott Albion 3-0 Caerphilly Castle Girls.

Our new junior section had their first introduction to competitive football in a friendly hosted by Splott Albion. Despite being the first time most of our girls had ever played any sort of a match, they performed brilliantly, and were very unlucky not to

The Story so Far!.

On November 19th, we were delighted to have our junior section play their first match since their formation two months ago. It’s been a whirlwind of a journey getting to this point! The story starts with a couple of youngsters (Megan and Sienna) eager t

Ladies lose despite comeback.

Ladies, another fantastic team performance today and did not deserve to lose, a draw would have been a fair result. It was as expected a very physical game and we played excellent football, particularly in the second half, we were 2 nil down at half time

Sport Caerphilly Sport Awards!.

Sport Caerphilly Sport Awards! Committee: Honoured on behalf of club to say that Ivor Jones, Ladies Coach has been nominated for Community Coach of the Year, Julie Harris Boyce, Club Secretary, nominated for Lifetime Achievement Award! Both through to top