RHEWL boss Pete Lloyd has offered his congratulations after Cefn wrapped-up a magnificent seventh Summer League championship.
The 2010 champs secured their latest batch of silverware with a 2-0 win at Rhewl to move nine points clear of defending champions Llandyrnog, and opposition manager
Lloyd said: “Congratulations to them for winning the league.”
Cefn’s Dilwyn Roberts said: “We went 2-0 up after half-an-hour and it was quite comfortable after that.”
The title favourites claimed the lead when Pete Dawson grabbed his fifth - and most important - goal of the season with a far post header that flew in off the underside of the crossbar.
The league leaders soon doubled their lead with Gwion Owen smashing home his 14th effort of a profitable summer.
“That settled the nerves,” added Roberts.
“We had a lot of changes and it was a good job well done.”
The visitors did go close to adding to their tally, but Rhewl keeper Chris Shone was in fine form to deny them further goals.
Shone provided brilliant stops to deny Owain Roberts and lone striker Dawson before the half was out.
“It was a better performance,” admitted Lloyd.
“We had chances in the first half and second half to be fair.”
Lewis Isaac, Iolo Hughes, Anthony Marshall and Stephen Willsdon all had sights of goal as far as the home side were concerned.
Lloyd was unhappy with the Rhewl showing in the 6-3 loss at home to Llandyrnog earlier in the week, but he was far happier with the display versus Cefn.
“I thought we deserved a goal, but it was just the performance - it was a lot better,” he said.
For Cefn, Jason Foulkes produced an outstanding display in centre midfield, while other top performances came from Llion Edwards (pictured) and Dyfan Owen.
Chris Shone was Rhewl’s start man on the night.