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15th March 2018

Llangefni put the disappointing defeat against Nantlle Vale behind them by beating Mynydd Llandegai 4-0 at Lon Talwrn on Wednesday night. Chris Roberts made several changes to the side and they looked up for it from the kick off. Cefni took the lead after 22 minutes when Harry Galeotti played in Gavin Sharpe who caught the keeper out by squeezing the ball between him and the near post from close range. Cameron Jones made it 2-0 after 38 minutes when Galeotti who once again provided an assist by firing the ball across the face of the goal for Jones to tap it into an empty net. The third came just before half-time when Matthew Jones found the roof of the net with a penalty after Callum Mcminimee was brought down in the box. Llangefni were in full control of the second half and scored the 4th on the hour when Mcminimee's left foot cross was finished by Matthew Jones for his second of the game. With Conwy and Llanrug dropping points, this was a big win for Llangefni and it's crucial that we produce the same kind of performance at Penrhyndeudraeth on Saturday.

Newyddion Trist

9th March 2018

Trist iawn oedd clywed y newyddion am farwolaeth Joe Williams sef Joe Bach a fu yn Reolwr llwyddiannus ac yn gefnogwr o'r Clwb.

'Rydym yn estyn ein cydymdeimlad llwyraf a'r teulu oll yn eu colled. 


25th February 2018

Cameron Jones' first half penalty turned out to be the winner as Llangefni Town Reserves beat league leaders Prestatyn Town Reserves at Lon Talwrn on Saturday. It's been a tough few months for the youngsters but it just shows what can be achieved when a team sticks together and work hard for each other. Callum Mcminimee was brought down in the box by the goalkeeper after 30 minutes and 17 year old Cameron Jones sent the keeper the wrong way with his spot kick. It was always going to be a tough game with the likes of Beattie and Shackleton playing for the visitors and they came close to equalising when Beatties' shot rattled the cross bar in the second half. Beattie was sent off for a dangerous tackle 5 minutes from time and Llangefni held firm to claim a deserved victory. 


25th February 2018

Llangefni suffered their 3rd successive defeat on Friday night against Nantlle Vale at Lon Talwrn. The team never got going in the first half as the visitors defended deep and tried to catch Cefni on the break. Llangefni's second half performance was slightly better and came close to scoring when Bryn Roberts' shot was saved from close range. Just as the game looked to be heading for a draw, Nantlle Vale's Aled Steel took advantage of uncertainty at the back before rounding the keeper and slotting the ball into an empty net. This was a very disappointing defeat for Llangefni and Chris Roberts will be expecting a much improved performance from his players next Friday at home against Llandudno Albion, 7.30pm kick off. 


22nd February 2018

Tomorrow night (Friday) will be the first game to be played under our new floodlights. Nantlle Vale are the opponents and Llangefni will be looking to get back on track after two disappointing cup defeats. Kick off is 7.30pm and we hope you get behind the team and show your support.


19th February 2018

Llanefydd 2-0 Llangefni Town

Match report to follow. 

Welsh Trophy Defeat

12th February 2018

Chris Owens and Josh Brogden second half goals was enough to give the undefeated Penydarren B.G.C the deserved win in the Quarter Final of the Welsh Trophy. 

Due to a waterlogged pitch and to avoid a wasted 350 mile round trip the match was switched to Merthyr Town’s Penydarren Park stadium. 

Chances were limited in an evenly contested first half, with Harry Galeotti coming close for Cefni on 10 minutes following good work down the left by Iwan Jones.  Chris Owens came the closest for the host,his effort hitting the post from 8 yards out.  

Three minutes in to the second half, Penydarrens’ Chris Owens latched on to a wayward back-pass to volley home the opener.  Cefni tried everything to get back in to the match, but the strong back line of the Merthyr outfit was too strong. With Cefni pushing everything forward, with 6 minutes remaining the visitors conceded a penalty, Joshua Brogden converted to seal the win.  


Next up is Llannefydd away in the second round of the Mawddach Cup.  


9th February 2018

James Saxon scored the winner as Llangefni came away from league leaders Conwy with a crucial 3 points on Wednesday night. Considering the recent weather, the pitch at Y Morfa was in very good condition but neither team could settle on the ball in the opening minutes. Just as Conwy were beginning to settle, Llangefni won the ball and a quick counter attack saw Harry Galeotti through on goal with just the keeper to beat but was brought down by a defender in the box as he was about to shoot. The ref pointed to the spot and Iwan Jones made no mistake with his penalty by sending the keeper the wrong way. Just as the visitors were starting to have more possession in the oppositions half, the home side launched a counter attack of their own, releasing Sion Hogan down the left who rode 2 challenged before finding the far corner with a low drive 5 minutes before half-time. Cefni made a good start to the second half and took a deserved lead on the hour when James Saxon scored with a looping header after a poor punch by the goalkeeper. Conwy responded by making a few changes but Llangefni were solid at the back and dealt with everything the home side threw at them. Galeotti was proving to be a very good outlet as the home side were committing more men forward in search for the equaliser. Llangefni held firm and Chris Roberts will be delighted with the well earned 3 points which leaves us 4 points behind the leaders with 2 games in hand. Our next game sees us travel down to Penydarren in the FAW Trophy on Saturday, 1.30pm kick off. 

Clwb 100 Club

5th February 2018

Enillwyr Chwefror/February Winners

£25 Iwan Stuart, Cae Gors, Llangwyllog. (116)

£15 Gavin Stuart, 166 Pencraig, Llangefni.(115)

£10 Nia Owen, Adlais yr Engan, Llangristiolus. (18) 

11 - 0 Extravaganza

4th February 2018

Llangefni Town progressed through to the second Round of the Mawddach Challenge Cup with a rousing 11-0 extravaganza over Welsh Alliance 2 opposition Meliden F.C.   

Craig Roberts celebrated a hat-trick , Iwan Jones and Harry Galeotti bagged a brace each and singles were hit by Cai Powell-Roberts, Osian Jones, Jack Williams and James Saxon. Comfortable win for Cefni on a really heavy pitch, it does make you think what the score could have been if the playing conditions were better.


Next up is table-topping Conwy Borough away on Wednesday night, 7:30pm.

On Saturday we travel down the A470 to play Merthyr Tydfil side Penydarren Boys and Girls Club in the quarter finals of the Trophy. 

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