Aberdare Towns season came to an end with their fourth straight defeat with a visit to basement club West End.With the season pettering out after any promotion hopes ended several weeks previously thoughts turn to next season and mounting a serious effort at promotion back to League One. We would like to thank all of our supporters, sponsors and committee for their backing this season and we hope to see you all next season. Have a great summer!Last home game ends in lossWednesday 3rd May 2017article by Ian PearceAberdare Town completed their home fixtures for the season with a 3-0 defeat to the leagues runners-up Briton Ferry.As in previous games Aberdare were missing several players and with nothing to play for and seventh place already confirmed an early visitors goal set the tone for the evening. Two second half goals completed the scoring and it leaves just the final game on Saturday away to West End to wrap up the season.Aber lose but future looks goodSaturday 29th April 2017article by Ian PearceWith the season coming to a close for the first team the latest game, and penultimate at the Park this season, saw them defeated 1-0 by Croesyceilog.Having to shuffle the pack again due to absentees, injuries and suspensions the visitors created numerous chances in the first half after taking a first minute lead but it remained 1-0 at the break much to the relief of Aber. The second half saw Aberdare pick up and played some good football but couldn’t find a clear cut chance to equaliise.One plus from the day was the Under 12s who won yet again in the morning, this time against second place Treochy and were presented with their league championship trophy before moving to Aberaman Park and were given a guard of honour onto the pitch by the first team squad to show that this really is one club. The future looks good!Club devastated after break inWednesday 26th April 2017article by Ian PearceWe are saddened to announce that overnight our club house was broken into.Thieves managed to enter through the roof and took cancer charity collection boxes, money and stock as well as the CCTV system! If that wasn’t bad enough damage was also called along with a water pipe being broken meaning parts of the club house were left flooded.The police are investigating and we would urge anybody who has any information to come forward in confidence and help us catch these mindless people who have caused such devastation to a community club.Under 12s crowned as league championsMonday 24th April 2017article by Steve PearceHuge congratulations to our under 12s squad who have been crowned champions of the Aberdare & Rhondda Junior Football League.An 11-0 win was more than enough for the lads to celebrate at the final whistle. The whole club are proud of the achievements of the players this season who have so far won 24 times in 24 matches to deservedly take the title.