Cogan is a suburb of Penarth in the Vale of GlamorganWales 4. Cogan contains one of the vale's four major leisure centres. Cogan Pill House dates from around the turn of the 16th-century  and is the oldest still standing house in the Penarth area.
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The club has a rich history which started when a group of teenagers teamed up with local men Albert Crossman and Mel Hudd with the backing of Cogan Coronation Club, to form the side in the late s. After playing friendly matches for a few years, the side eventually made their debut in the Cardiff Combination League for the season. The club only competed at this level for a few seasons before being voted out by other member clubs.
Only 13 teams entered the Intermediate Cup for clubs playing at tier 9 and a below. Holton Road capped a remarkable season for their new senior team with a win, completing a league and cup treble further details below. An exciting title race eventually went the way of Abercwmboi.
South Wales Alliance Division One. Monday dawned, and I half-showered, half used the warm water to breath life into my tired legs. Just the 3 games left, in what has become something of a tradition, Cardiff Monday, scheduled for a coach drop after the final game at Cardiff Central Railway Station.
Dr Alan Parker moved to the Vale of Glamorgan with his wife and two children in When we moved here, it was for the work-life balance," says Julian Rollins — journalist, broadcaster and author of walking guides to Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. When the children were younger we could pick them up at the end of school and just go swimming or surfing.
History of the Cardiff Combination Football League. The new league had come into being as a direct result of the suspension of the Cardiff and district league by the South Wales and Mon F. During seasonthe Cardiff and District league, at that time the third largest league of its kind in the country, had taken the lead in proposing a rule change that would have a far reaching effect on local football in the Cardiff area.
Penarth is the wealthiest seaside resort in the Cardiff Urban Area and the second largest town in the Vale of Glamorgan, next only to the administrative centre of Barry. During the Victorian era Penarth was a highly popular holiday destination, promoted nationally as "The Garden by the Sea"  and was packed by visitors from the Midlands and the West Country as well as day trippers from the South Wales valleysmostly arriving by train. Today, the town, with its traditional seafront, continues to be a regular summer holiday destination predominantly for older visitorsbut their numbers are much lower than was common from Victorian times until the s, when cheap overseas package holidays were introduced.