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3rd October 2017

Enillwyr Medi/September Winners

£25 Andrew Williams, Maes Derwydd, Llangefni. (89)

£15 Carolyn Jones, 11 Tyn Coed, Llangefni. (34)

£10 Kerry Trigg, 72 Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai. (26) 

Enillwyr Hydref/October Winners

£25 Nick Billing, Rowena, Llangefni. (85)

£15 Mark Williams c/o Huws Gray, Llangefni. (74) 

£10 Bryan Williams , Meillion, Talwrn. (109)

LLANGEFNI TOWN 4-0 LLANBERIS

1st October 2017

Llangefni moved up into second place, just a point behind leaders Conwy after an impressive 4-0 win against Llanberis at Lon Talwrn on Saturday. Sean Pritchard opened the scoring after 20 minutes with a volley from just outside the area. Llanberis didn't create any clear cut chances but we're still in the game and Cefni needed to up the tempo in the second half to put the game beyond the visitors. The second goal came ten minutes into the second half when Iwan Jones finished low into the far corner after a good through ball from Craig Roberts. Roberts then got on the score sheet himself to make it 3-0 with a tap in at the far post. Gavin Sharpe came off the bench to make his debut and made an immediate impact when he cut inside the defender and beat the keeper with a left foot finish to make it 4-0. This was the team's 4th successive clean sheet and wil go to Greenfield full of confidence next Saturday.

NEW HOME KIT FOR THE RESERVES

29th September 2017

NEW HOME KIT FOR THE RESERVES

Llangefni Town FC would like to thank local business Ideal Kitchens for sponsoring our reserves new home kit. Thank you Trevor, diolch yn fawr. 

SHARPIE SIGNS FOR "THE TOWN"

28th September 2017

SHARPIE SIGNS FOR "THE TOWN"

We are pleased to announce the signing of Gavin Sharpe from Holyhead Hotspur. The former Llanerchymedd midfielder came through the youth setup at Llangefni and also played for the reserves. We are delighted he's back at the club and would like to thank Holyhead Hotspur for their assistance.

YOUNGSTERS UNLUCKY IN PRESTATYN

28th September 2017

Llangefni Town Reserves can hold their head up high after a very good performance at top of the league Prestatyn. Cefni were unable to risk any first team players getting injured due to a few being unavailable on Saturday. The homes side fielded 5 of the their last Welsh Premier league squad including James Stead and Macaulay Taylor along side the experienced left back Jack Lewis. 3-0 is a convincing scoreline but it doesn't tell the full story. At 1-0, Keenan Latham was denied a clear goal scoring opportunity in the first half after being held back by the goalkeeper as he was about to shoot. The referee awarded the penalty but chose not to send the goalkeeper off because of a "new rule". The new double punishment rule is for undeliberate fouls only and this was clearly deliberate. Cameron Jones missed the penalty but playing against 10 men for over an hour would surely have changed the course of the game. 5 minutes later Gafyn Buckland hit the inside of the post from a tight angle. Prestatyn went on to score another 2 before half-time but Cefni's heads didn't go down. We continued to create chances in the second half and Steven Jones came close but was denied twice by the goalkeeper. Osian Goulding was excellent in goal while John Alex Jones at the back got better and better as the game went on. It was great to keep a clean sheet in the second half and the players can take a lot of heart from this performance against a very good Prestatyn side who will surely be favourites to win the league. 


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