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RESERVES 6-2 KINMEL BAY RES

25th February 2019

Llangefni Town Reserves scored 5 second half goals to make it a comfortable 6-2 victory against Kinmel Bay Reserves on the 3G. Aaron Rickards gave Cefni the lead after 20 minutes with a close range finish, but Kinmel Bay equalised 5 minutes later. Both sides created further chances but the 1st half finished 1-1. Cefni upped the tempo in the second half and substitute Leon Buckland’s pace caused the visitors all sorts of problems. He bagged himself a brace and so did fellow striker Keenan Latham who scored the goal of the game when he finished a back heel through ball from Rickards by rounding the keeper before squeezing the ball in from a narrow angle. The visitors pulled another goal back and Cefni scored the 6th late on when Gafyn Buckland’s free kick was headed into his own net by a Kinmel Bay defender. This was a decent performance by the youngsters but they will have to play even better to get a result at second placed Denbigh on Friday night.

TOWN 3-0 JUNCTION

24th February 2019

Llangefni Town enjoyed a comfortable afternoon with a convincing 3-0 win over strugglers Llandudno Junction, in their first Welsh Alliance league match since 5 of January.  


The visitors took the lead early on, Kev Lloyd to Gari Owen down the right, his first time cross to Craig Roberts to head in the opener.  


On 20 minutes, Liam Morris made it 2-0 smashing the ball in to the roof of the net, from a Dan Thomas cross following a corner.  


Alan Mark Owen completed a comfortable afternoon for the Town,  his header finding the back of the net from a Mathew Jones cross, following good work through the middle by Stephen Jones.  


The result leaves Llangefni third, 6 points behind leaders Albion with 7 games in hand.  


Next up is Barmouth & Dyffryn at home in the league.  On Saturday 2:30 kickoff.  

 

QUARTER FINAL WIN

17th February 2019


Llangefni Town will face Llandudno Albion in the Semi Final of the Mawddach Cup following a 1-0 hard fought quarter final win over Barmouth and Dyffryn.  


Llangefni enjoyed plenty of possession in the first half, but failed to take advantage with forwards Mathew Jones, Harry Galeotti and Liam Morris missing a host of chances.  


Early in the second half Cefni squandered another chance to open the scoring, Kehoe’s ball through to Sean Pritchard who’s cross to the far post was met by Morris to miss-cue his shot from 10 yards out.  


The only goal of the match came after 58 minutes, a break down the left by Liam Morris, his cross into the 6 yard box for Mathew Jones to get the final touch from 3 yards out. 


Barmouth came really close to getting back on level terms on 75 minutes, hitting the crossbar with a Bobby Griffiths header from a corner.  The visitors continued to press for the equaliser, but Cefni held on firm to book their place in their second Semi Final of the season.  


Next Saturday we are back to league action away to Llandudno Junction. 2:30 kickoff.   



LOTTO

10th February 2019

The winning numbers in last nights Three Number Lotto draw were 4, 6, & 13.  No winner so the Jackpot rolls over to £400.   The next draw takes place on Saturday 23 February at the Bull Hotel. 

FAW TROPHY DEFEAT

9th February 2019

Llangefni Town have been knocked out of the FAW Trophy at the quarter final stage, following a 1-0 loss against local rivals Bodedern Athletic.  Chances were limited throughout the match, with both sides putting in strong defensive performances. 


Although Llangefni Town enjoyed plenty of possession during the first half, they struggled to create any goal scoring opportunities. The first real chance of the match came early in the second half, Hayden Clarke cross to Steven Whittaker, his header going inches over bar for the visitors. Moments later Marvin Pritchard clipped the inside of the post for Cefni with a shot from a narrow angle.  


It was looking like the match was going into extra time, but on 89 minutes Cefni lost the ball in possession, Bodedern attacked down the left, an inch perfect cross by Whittaker to the oncoming Ryan Taylor to volley in the winner. 


Cup action ‘again’ next week, Mawddach cup this time at home against Barmouth & Dyffryn. 



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