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21st November 2018

Llangefni Town Reserves travelled to Prestatyn on Saturday knowing they’d be in for a tough afternoon. A total of 9 players were unavailable due to the international fixture and injuries/illness, while Prestatyn’s first team and all other teams had very sensibly been given a free weekend by the Cymru Alliance, so they had the luxury of fielding a number of first team squad members in this game. Cefni found themselves 3-0 down by half-time, and unfortunately the floodgates well and truly opened up in the second half as Prestatyn added another 5 goals to their tally to make the final score 8-0. Last season’s Welsh Alliance 2 top scorer Matthew Griffiths helped himself to a hat-trick and Llangefni’s youngsters naivety was cruelly exposed by an unforgiving and relentless front 3.

This Friday the reserves will be looking to give a better account of themselves as they travel to Conwy, 7.30pm kick off.      


Paul Rowlands signs on loan for CPD Gwalchmai.

14th November 2018

Paul Rowlands signs on loan for CPD Gwalchmai.

Paul Rowlands signs on loan for CPD Gwalchmai. Statement from manager Chris Roberts: "Paul is a fantastic player and one that i see as an important part of our squad going forwarad and competing for the league this season, with Paul not being able to train and missing a few games his game time has been limited and therefore i wanted him to go out on loan to get match time under his belt ready for the push come January, I felt that Gwalchmai was a good option for Paul to get the match time he needed and also think playing under Craig Evans will help in getting his confidence back I wish Craig and Paul all the best during his loan spell" Pob lwc Paul

Welsh Cup Draw

14th November 2018

We’ve been drawn at home in the 3rd of the Welsh Cup where we will welcome Welsh Premier League side Llanelli Town to Cae Lon Talwrn. Match is to be played on 8 December 2018. 2.30pm kickoff.

Clwb 100 Club

13th November 2018

Enillwyr Tachwedd/November Winners

£25 Andrew Williams, Llangefni. (89)

£15 Emyr Thomas, Llangefni. (81)

£10 Gwilym Williams, Porthaethwy. (87) 

Welsh Cup win

11th November 2018

Welsh Cup win

Llangefni Town progressed through to the Third round of the JD Welsh Cup with a convincing 5-1 win over Welsh Alliance rivals St Asaph City.  Cefni went into the game off the back of an unbeaten run and the result ensured the record is kept. 


Town looked lively from the start with high tempo passing and pressing every St Asaph touch.

The deadlock was broken on 6 minutes as Matthew Jones latched on to a through ball to shoot pass the keeper from close range. The home side pressed for a second soon after and controlling possession. The second goal came on 30 minutes, Matthew Jones at the heart of the action once again this time providing the assist for the unmarked Liam Morris who placed the ball into the top left hand corner of the visitors goal. Moments later it was 3-0, Jones involved once again when he was brought down for a penalty which was converted smartly by Kevin Lloyd.  St Asaph pulled one back on 45 minutes when Paul Fleming converted a penalty after being fouled from behind by Daniel Thomas. 3-1 HT. 


The goal before half time gave the visitors some hope and they could have closed the gap on the hour, Steve Sinclair forced to pull off couple of fantastic saves in goal for Cefni to keep the two goal advantage.  


On 74 minutes, clever interplay on the right between Gary Owen and Cai Powell-Roberts allows Owen to run in behind to square the ball to Morris to slot in his second and the fourth for the Town. ( Pictured)The Town continued to press and cause problems for the visitors and on the 90th minute the fifth of the game came from Alan Mark Owen with a header from a Liam Morris corner. 5-1



The Round 3 draw will be made on Monday and will be shown on FAW social media channels.


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