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|Posted by Goalkeepers on April 7, 2012 at 2:20 PM|
Gap Connahs Quay Champions 2012
After 2 years in the wilderness of the second Tier of Welsh football, Gap Connah's Quay are back with the big boys, the win today with a goal in each half from leading scorer, Gary O'Toole and young substitute, Rhys Healey, gave Gap Connahs Quay the win against Cefn Druids that saw them retain the Huws Gray Alliance championship.
Gap Connah's Quay, the team celebrating thier win today and becoming champions
After a very controversial season last year where they finished champions of Huws Gray Alliance and where not promoted to the Welsh Premiership due to a number of things, mainly not having the floodlights up to standard on time, Mark McGregors men have put this firmly behind them, and have in the process created history as no one has ever won back to back championships in the Huws Gray Alliance league.
This is also great news not only for the first team as they will be playing the cream of Welsh football next season, which will hopefully increase attendances and create more funds to spend on the first team, pay back a few debts, but also more funding for the excellent academy teams that are expertly run.
The under 19 team in Portugal last season
With the under 19 reserve side doing so well also bodes well for the future of the first team with some strong young players looking to make the break through, the future looks bright for Gap Connahs Quay, lets hope they can do well in the Welsh Premiership next year and go from strength to strength.
congratulations lads you throughly derserve all the accolades