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6th December 2019

The future of Llangefni FC is looking really bright!!

I would like to start by saying what a fantastic job I think our junior coaches and staff are doing at OUR CLUB. I’ve been around a few of the teams over the last couple of weeks and it’s been a privilege to witness the football on display within our junior system, a huge credit has to go to our junior coaches and also the young footballers at Llangefni FC. I will continue to go around matches and training and support them where ever I can but just wanted to touch on the fact that I think the future of Llangefni FC is looking really bright.

On Saturday we face Llanrhaeadr in the league who have started their campaign well and currently find themselves in 6th place.
We know that this will once again be a tough game and we know the strengths that The opposition have and will be mindful of them going into this game. 

The lads have trained well in the week and are prepared for this match, we will be looking to build on the 4 points gained in our last two matches which were both away from home. A few harsh words were said by myself in the dressing room after our home match against Guilsfield at the beginning of last month and the lads have responded superbly to what was said and they are all putting the effort in at training and in the last two matches which is really pleasing to see and also shows the great character i have in my dressing room. We are looking forward to playing at home again on Saturday and seeing and hearing the support from the Cefni fans once again as they get behind us, they really do give us a boost and we will do everything we can to get those points for you.

#cmonthetown #WeAreOne


2nd December 2019

Llangefni Town Res 3-1 Penmaenmawr Phoenix Res.

Scorers: William Hughes x2, Harry Jones.

William Hughes continued his impressive form in front of goal with a double on Friday night against Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves at Lon Talwrn in the league cup. His first goal came on 38 minutes when Harry Jones timed his run perfectly before squaring it to Hughes who tapped the ball in from close range. Jones got himself on the scoresheet 10 minutes into the second half when he converted a penalty after a handball in the box. Hughes put the game beyond doubt on 85 minutes with a similar finish to his first goal. The visitors scored a consolation goal to make it 3-1 from another penalty in injury time. Manager Gafyn Buckland was delighted with his side's performance. "I'm happy with the result but the performance was outstanding. From start to finish we dominated the game and the only negative I can think of is that we didn't score more goals from the amount of chances we created. I'm astonished by the level of maturity the lads have shown in the last 2 performances. The oldest player in both games was 18 and they've bossed the game against lads who are ten years older. It's great to get through to the semi-final and if we play like we did today, there's no reason why we can't progress to the final."


1st December 2019

Llangefni Town twice came from behind to earn a well deserved 2-2 draw away to Gresford.   


27th November 2019

Ahead of Saturdays fixture vs Gresford we caught up with the boss and here is what he had to say 

“We know what’s at stake on Saturday, but the pressure will be on them!!

We travel to face Gresford on Saturday in what we expect to be another tough match. We played each other in the opening game of the season where we came out 2-0 winners but we know that we can’t read to much into that and will need to be at our best if we are to get anything out of the game.

We are level on points with Gresford in the league with two games in hand on them so another 3pts on Saturday will be so important, having said that my lads know what’s at stake and that the pressure is on them. We know the threats they have and also know were their weaknesses are so we will try to look to exploit those.

It’s another game I am looking forward to and hopefully we can bring back the 3 point to Llangefni on Saturday evening. It was great to see so many of our loyal supporters at Corwen and hopefully you will all come to support the Town at Gresford also” #cmonthetown #WeAreOne


25th November 2019

William Hughes scored 2 in each half to help the reserves comeback from 3-1 down to win 6-3 against Kinmel Bay Reserves on Saturday. The visitors took an early lead after 3 minutes but Hughes equalised with low finish after a good through ball from Luca Woodcock. Harry Jones missed a good chance to give Cefni the lead and it proved costly as Kinmel Bay took advantage of some sloppy defending and scored 2 goals in 5 minutes to make it 3-1. The youngsters heads could have gone down at this point but every player rolled their sleeves up and managed to pull a vital goal back through Hughes before half-time. The second half was a completely different story. Llangefni began to dominate possession and were looking dangerous every time they attacked. Hughes completed his hat-trick on 55 minutes after rounding the keeper and riding 2 dangerous tackles before firing the ball into an empty net. Substitute Ben Jones made it 4-3 with a great first time finish and Hughes got his 4th and Cefni's 5th with 10 minutes to go. Ben Jones got his second to make it 6-3 in injury time to put the game beyond any doubt. The players were bound to be rusty in the 1st half after 7 weeks without a game but their quality showed in the 2nd half. Reserves' next game is on Friday night vs Penmaenmawr Phoenix Res in the League Cup at Lon Talwrn, 7.30pm ko.

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