Swansea University will be playing in a higher division for the second season in a row after winning the Division Three title this evening.
A 4-0 victory for Swansea University away at Caerau, saw them crowned champions of Division Two after Bridgend Street and Trefelin Boys & Girls Club were unable to catch them.
In winning by four goals to nil, Swansea University scored their 100th goal of their league campaign, where they have suffered just one defeat in 28 league games.
The Swans who only joined the Welsh League this season after winning the Swansea Senior League last season, along with the West Wales Cup have cruised to the title, earning plaudits from their rivals.
On behalf of the players, management and supporters of Bridgend Street Football Club we congratulate you for your outstanding and thoroughly deserved achievement in winning the third division championship in your first season at Welsh League level.
— ⚽️Deeds Not Words⚽️ (@BridgendSt) May 10, 2018
Players such as Adam Orme who has played for Goytre United, Marley Bishop-Wisdom formerly of Bristol City and Port Talbot Town and Nick Hyden have been amongst the goals this season, helping their side to Division Three success.
The Champions will now have a big part to play in who joins them in Division Two next season, with their final two games being a home fixture against second placed Trefelin Boys & Girls Club before travelling to Willows High School for their match with Bridgend Street.
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