THE end of an era finished on high as Barry won their last home game of the JD Cymru Premier while bidding farewell to a midfield general.

Jordan Cotterill played his last game at Jenner Park for Barry having joined in 2013.

Ollie Hulbert got a late winner as Barry beat Aberystwyth. Read the report, below.

Report by Ian Johnson
Barry Town won their final home Cymru Premier match of the season, an Ollie Hulbert goal taking the three points.
It was the end of an era at Jenner Park, with Jordan Cotterill playing his last game for the club, having made his debut way back in February 2013.
With more than 270 appearances, and 92 goals for Barry, Cotterill very nearly scored himself late in the game – his effort from the edge of the box cannoning off the far post.
Barry’s first chance came in the tenth minute. Sam Snaith’s ball into the box saw visitors’ keeper, Dave Jones, rush off his line. Jamie Veale chipped him, but his shot was cleared by an Aber defender.
Nevertheless, Barry were ahead two minutes later. Callum Sainty forced his way down to the touchline, beating three men before his cross to the back post was knocked in by Snaith.
The home side went close twice more in the first half, once through Snaith and from a Veale free-kick which Jones pushed around his right hand post.

Barry And District News: Cotterill played his final game at Jenner Park having joined in 2013Cotterill played his final game at Jenner Park having joined in 2013 (Image: Perry Dobbins Photography)

Barry And District News: Ollie Hulbert got the winner for BarryOllie Hulbert got the winner for Barry (Image: Perry Dobbins Photography)
Aberystwyth came back into the game after 62 minutes, levelling the score when Billy Kirkman’s low free-kick from the right went through a forest of players, going in at the far post.
Barry almost took the lead again soon after when captain Cotterill’s shot came off the post, but Town got the match-winner after 82 minutes.
Chasing Sainty’s long ball down the right wing, Michael George cut inside for Kayne McLaggon to shoot. His effort was too hot for Dave Jones to handle and it came to Hulbert to lash the ball home from ten yards.
Barry’s forwards combined for a final assault on goal, with Snaith crossing from the left, and Hulbert heading across, but McLaggon’s volley went over.
Safe in ninth place, the Cymru Premier league season ends on Sunday, 21st April with a 2:15pm kick off away at Colwyn Bay.