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16th September 2017

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We are pleased to announce the signing of Callum McMinimee, we would like to thank Amlwch Town fc for their assistance ⚽️ 

Llongyfarchiadau Terry

15th September 2017

Llongyfarchiadau Terry

Llongyfarchiadau mawr i Terry, cyn ysgrifennydd y clwb am cael ei wobrwyo gan Cymdeithas Bêl Droed Cymru, am ei wasanaeth i'r gêm. Diolch hefyd am ei wasanaeth i'r clwb.

 

Congratulations to Terry our former secretary for being awarded by FAWales for his services to football. Also a huge thanks for his service to Llangefni Town fc.

"THE TOWN" FRUSTRATED AS ST ASAPH HOLD ON FOR A DRAW

11th September 2017

Llangefni did everything but score at St Asaph on Saturday but it was a good away performance against tough opposition. When it's not your day in front of goal it's important to keep it tight at the back and Chris Roberts will be happy his side managed to keep another clean sheet and come away with what could prove to be a valuable point at the end of the season.

Llangefni Reserves lost 4-1 at Llandudno Junction. Ross Mark scored just before half-time to make it 1-1 and manager Gafyn Buckland was satisfied with his side's first half performance, but disappointed with his team's naive defending that lead to conceding 3 very soft goals in the second half.   

GR8 WIN! GR8 PERFORMANCE!

27th August 2017

Llangefni made up for the midweek defeat with an outstanding performance against Pwlleli at Lon Talwrn. The conditions were perfect for us to get the ball down and play good football and that's exactly what we did. Craig Roberts gave Cefni an early lead with a cool finish and doubled his tally ten minutes later. Iwan Jones pounce on a rebound to make it 3-0 and Sean Pritchard made it 4-0 with a powerful finish from the edge of the area. Harry Galeotti scored Llangefni's fifth just before half time by chesting the ball in at the far post. After missing out on promotion last season on goal difference, we know how important it is to score as many as we can and with 3 points already in the bag, it was great to see us show the same intensity in the second half. Galeotti helped himself to a hat-trick while Matthew Jones came off the bench to score his first of the season. Chris Roberts will be delighted with the players reaction to the Llanrug defeat and will be looking for the same kind of performance against St Asaph in two weeks time.

TOWN SLUMP TO DEFEAT IN LLANRUG

24th August 2017

Llangefni suffered their first league defeat at Llanrug on Wednesday night. With a few players missing through injuries and suspension, Cefni were still able to field strong starting 11 but fell behind after 20 minutes through a powerful long range strike from Jonathan Sadler. The visitors equalised 5 minutes later when Iwan Jones placed his shot beyond the keeper and in the bottom corner. It wasn't long before Llangefni were in front. Jack Williams played in Gari Owen down the right and his cross found Iwan Jones who made no mistake with the header for his second of the match. Just as Cefni thought they were going in at half-time in the lead, Llanrug's long throw caused all sorts of problems and Sadler was on hand to take full advantage at the back post to make it 2-2. The second half was played mostly in Llanrug's half with Harry Galeotti looking impressive in midfield. Osian Jones had the visitors best chance before Alan Mark gave Utd the lead 10 minutes from time when he pounced on a poor clearance to fire the ball low into the bottom corner. Paul Rowlands nearly scored a late equaliser but the goalkeeper pulled off a great save and Llanrug held firm to claim all 3 points. With games coming thick and fast, Llangefni have no time to dwell on this result and Chris Roberts will be looking for a reaction from his players against Pwllheli on Saturday, 2.30 kick off at Lon Talwrn.


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