LLANGEFNI TOWN RESERVES TO COMPETE IN THE WELSH ALLIANCE RESERVE LEAGUE 2015/16 (5th June 2015)
Following last night's Welsh Alliance Reserve meeting it was confirmed the clubs reserves team will affiliate for this season. The decision was based on the following points:
1. Formation of an East & West League to minimise travelling costs, with 8 teams in each division made up as follows:
East - Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Glan Conwy, Llandudno Junction, Llandyrnog Utd, Llanrwst Utd, Meliden, Prestatyn Sports.
West - Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llanberis, Llanrug Utd, Llangefni Town, Porthmadog, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead Hotspurs, Pwllheli
The league will be played home and away and when the first set of fixtures have been completed the top four teams in each division will play each other, and the same for the bottom four in each league. This will make up 28 matches plus a cup competition.
2. New structured management / Coaching team
3. No restrictions on movement of players between both teams
4. All disciplinary matters dealt with by the FAW
5. Matches could also be played mid-week under floodlights
6. Referees appointed by the WAL
7. All matches to be played on senior teams grounds.
8. No sunday league exemptions
9. Fixtures provided on a 2monthly advance basis.
LLANGEFNI ARE PROMOTED!!!!!! (30th April 2015)
Llangefni have been promoted to Welsh Alliance division 1! Congratulations to all the players, Chris Roberts, Rob Hughes and the rest of the coaching team for this fantastic achievement. Also a special mention has to go to our fans who have supported us throughout the season. We couldn't have done it without you.
We have one more game to play. If results go our way, the final game in St Asaph on Monday could be a title decider. 100 seats have been reserved already. If you haven't booked your seat on the bus then get in touch with us ASAP so we can make other arrangements.
LLANGEFNI HIT 100 LEAGUE GOALS IN 5-0 WIN OVER GREENFIELD (26th April 2015)
Llangefni Town hit a 100 league goals on Saturday as they brushed Greenfield aside 5-0. Cefni started the game well pinning the away side back into their own half. Iwan was first to get onto the scoresheet as he converted a perfectly timed cross from Calvin Owen to make it 1-0. Just before the break Craig Evans got on the end of a Gari Owen cross to head the ball into the corner of the net (2-0). After the break it was more of the same as Cefni looked to increase their lead with both Iwan Jones and Sean Pritchard coming close. Iwan Jones scored his second on 67 minutes as his cross/shot found its way into the top corner, 3 minutes later and Iwan completed his hattrick as he turned with the ball on the edge of the are an unleashed an unstoppable strike which flew in over the head of Danny Stanton (picture above) (4-0). Sean Pritchard completed the scoring on 75 minutes with a low drive from outside the box to make it final score 5-0.
Scorers: Iwan Jones 3, Craig Evans, Sean Pritchard
Winners of the Dargie Cup 2013/14