LLANDYRNOG UTD 1-1 LLANGEFNI TOWN
18th December 2016
Any team in the Welsh Alliance will admit that Llandyrnog away is never usually an easy game but this was probably two points dropped rather than one gained. With 9 first team players unavailable, Chris Roberts was still able to field a strong starting line up and we dominated most of the first half despite kicking up hill. Andy Sinclair and Alun Roberts' headers hit the crossbar while Corey Sinnott and Iwan Jones had great chances to make it 1-0. With goalkeeper Liam Ewing out injured, 16 year old Osian Goulding dealt with every cross that came into the box and made a good save from a free kick.
We finally broke the deadlock on the hour when Sean Pritchard arrived late into the box and buried his first time shot into the bottom corner. It wasn't long before Llandyrnog were level, Cai Roberts who was impressive again at right back tried to get to the ball first but pushed his opponent to the ground by doing so. The referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot and the home side scored the resulting penalty, 1-1. It was probably the only thing Cai did wrong in a game where he was fouled time and time again by the opposition. Llandyrnog had a man sent off with 15 minutes to go for violent conduct but Llangefni failed to take advantage. Craig Roberts and Anthony Hughes had chances to win it late on while Jack Williams who was excellent in midfield got his marching orders in injury time for what the referee deemed to be a second bookable offence even though he won the ball cleanly.
LLANGEFNI IN SEVENTH HEAVEN AFTER THRASHING BARMOUTH
12th December 2016
Craig Roberts scored five as Llangefni brushed Barmouth aside with a 7-1 victory at Lon Talwrn on Saturday. Steve Kehoe and Corey Sinnott scored the other two while Paul Lewis grabbed a consolation goal for the visitors. Cefni are now in 5th place but have games in hand on all the teams above. Next Saturday we travel to Llandyrnog who are 3rd and Chris Roberts' side will fancy their chances after a 4-1 win against the same opponents in October.
Llangefni Reserves will be slightly disappointed to come away from Llanrug with only a point after a very good performance. The youngsters controlled most of the game and new signing Gwyndaf Davies was very influential in midfield. Cefni conceded against the run of play midway through the second half but their heads didn't go down. Keenan Latham took advantage of a defensive mix up to equalise ten minutes later and they almost won it late on when Latham found himself one on one with the keeper but his shot hit the inside of the post and rebounded back into the keeper's hands.
BARMOUTH THE VISITORS TOMORROW
9th December 2016
Llangefni Town are back in league action tomorrow against Barmouth & Dyffryn Utd at Lon Talwrn. Barmouth have been in good form lately so it promises to be a tough game. Kick off is 2.00pm.
There will be a pitch inspection at 9.00am tomorrow morning.
The Reserves are away to Llanrug Utd Reserves in the league, 2.00pm kick off.
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GIAMOCS SIGNS FOR THE RESERVES
9th December 2016
Gwyndaf 'Giamocs' Davies has signed for Llangefni Town Reserves and will go straight into the squad for tomorrow's game at Llanrug. The former Gwalchmai and Gaerwen player will add some much needed experience to the team. We would like to thank Holyhead Town for waving the 7 days for the transfer. We would also like to thank Adrian 'Chika' Jones who has agreed to play in goal for the reserves tomorrow as cover for the injured Osian Goulding.
Clwb 100 Club
5th December 2016