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19th February 2020

The Board have appointed Chris Roberts as Head of Youth Development and Gafyn Buckland as Deputy Head. On 30th January 2020 Llangefni Town FC was formally incorporated as a company limited by guarantee. One of the company objectives is to facilitate a solid foundation for high quality football in Llangefni, and on the Island, through the continuous development of the players, managers and coaches of the Llangefni Town FC junior and senior squads creating a strong One Club ethos. Chris will continue as First Team manager and to support him with his additional responsibilities the Board is also pleased to announce that it has appointed Gafyn Buckland as Deputy Head of Youth Development. Gafyn will continue as Reserve Team Manager but will also work closely with Chris on youth development and on a key aspiration of the Board to develop the talents of local youngsters thereby enabling their progress through the club’s youth structure into the first team squad To progress this objective the newly appointed Board of Directors is pleased to announce that its first decision is to appoint First Team Manager Chris Roberts as Head of Youth Development.

Clwb 100 Club

10th February 2020

Enillwyr Chwefror/February Winners

£25, Richard Jones, Gwalchmai. (17)

£15, Alma Cohen, Rhosmeirch. (28)

£10, Gwerydd Buckland, Bangor. (57) 


10th February 2020


Mae'n drist iawn gennym glywed am farwolaeth Terry Roberts, cyn ysgrifennydd y clwb. Yn ystod y 15 mlynedd y bu’n ymwneud â Llangefni, roedd Terry yn rhan annatod o lwyddiant y clwb. Tipyn o gymeriad y bydd pawb yn ei fethu.

Rydym yn meddwl am deulu a ffrindiau oll Terry yn ystod y cyfnod anodd hwn.


We are saddened to hear that our former secretary Terry Roberts has passed away. During the 15 years he was involved with Llangefni, Terry was an integral part of the clubs success. A strong character who will be missed by all.

Our thoughts are with Terry's family and friends during this difficult time.


10th February 2020

Llangefni Town Reserves eased to a comfortable 4-1 win after another impressive performance against 3rd placed Porthmadog on Friday night. The visitors made a shaky start and were 1-0 down after 10 minutes when the striker capitalised on a defensive mistake. Llangefni were soon level after Luke Waller found himself free at the far post to tuck away an excellent cross by William Hughes. The visitors grew in confidence and deservedly took the lead 5 minutes before half-time when Steven Jones headed in Waller’s cross to make it 2-1.

Llangefni started the second half like they finished the first and it was only a matter of time before they scored another. The third goal came on 70 minutes when Steven Jones once again got on the end of a cross to poke the ball into the back of the net. By now Llangefni were coasting and keeping possession very well. Substitute Cai Penny Williams sealed the win when he got on the end of a Gethin Jones through ball and produced a cool finish to make it 4-1 in the 87th minute. The reserves are in outstanding form and will be looking to continue this run against St Asaph on Saturday.


10th February 2020

Match report to follow.


3rd February 2020

Match report to follow.


27th January 2020

The winning numbers in Saturday’s Three Number Lotto draw were 3, 15 & 20.  No winner so the Jackpot rolls over to £300.   The next draw takes place on Saturday 8 February. 

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If you are interested in becoming a seller, please get in touch withus.


26th January 2020

Lockstock Fireworks Challenge Cup semi-final:

Denbigh Town Reserves 0-2 Llangefni Town Reserves

Scorers: OG, Luke Waller


Llangefni Town Reserves produced an outstanding team performance to beat Denbigh Town Reserves 2-0 at Central Park on Saturday to reach the final of the Lockstock Fireworks Challenge Cup. Llangefni took an early lead when Luke Waller's free kick deflected in off Denbigh's Adam Jones after 3 minutes. 10 minutes later Keenan Latham hit the post after a poor clearance from the goalkeeper. Steven Jones' rebound was cleared off the line by a defender. The home side were awarded a penalty after 28 minutes when Dion Owen was judged to have fouled Andy Thomas in the box. Thomas' low and powerful spot kick was saved and held by Tyler French who once again had a very impressive game for the reserves. The teams went in at half-time with the visitors 1-0 up.


Llangefni knew they'd be under pressure in the second half but some resolute defending limited Denbigh to very few clear cut chances. The second goal came after 84 minutes when Luke Waller latched onto a Tyler French long pass before unleashing a powerful shot passed the goalkeeper to seal the win for Llangefni. Will Hughes thought he'd made it 3-0 late on but the goal was ruled out for offside. Manager Gafyn Buckland was delighted with his side's performance and is looking forward to see who they will play in the final. Bangor City play Nantlle Vale in the other Semi-Final at Nantporth on Tuesday night.   


26th January 2020

Match report to follow.


22nd January 2020

Ft' Bangor City Reserves 2-2 Llangefni Town Reserves

Llangefni scorers: Steven Jones, Cai Williams. 

Cai Penny Williams scored on his debut to earn Llangefni Town Reserves a point against unbeaten Bangor City Res on Tuesday night. The youngsters were outstanding against a team full of experienced 1st team regulars and played some great football at Nantporth. Agyeamang carried on from his where he left off against our 1st team on Friday by opening the scoring from close range after 25 minutes. Back came Llangefni and Steven Jones lobbed the ball over the keeper from just outside the box to make it 1-1. Cauterucci, another player who started on Friday scored City's second after 37 minutes with a far post header. Will Hughes blazed over a good chance for Cefni just before the break but the visitors were still very much in this game. Both teams had good chances in the second half and Tyler French was in great form in goal for Llangefni. The equaliser came in the 85th minute when substitute Cai Williams ran on to a through ball and his header bounced in despite the on rushing keeper's best efforts to tip it over the bar. Both teams were going for the win right up to the final whistle but 2-2 draw was a fair result and the youngsters can be very proud of their performance. On Saturday the reserves travel to Denbigh for the semi-final of the league cup, 2pm ko.

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