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13th October 2019

Llangefni gave a very good account of themselves against league leaders Prestatyn Town at Bastion Gardens on Saturday. The visitors kept their shape and managed to frustrate a team with a considerably larger budget than Cefni for the opening quarter. Unfortunately, Prestatyn took the lead after 22 minutes and the visitors found themselves 2-0 down 5 minutes later. At this point, Llangefni could have fallen to pieces but the players regained their focus and almost scored just before half-time but Matthew Jones’ powerful effort went inches over the bar. The home side couldn’t break through the Llangefni defence in the second half and failed to create any clear cut chances. Cefni were certain the ball crossed the line after a goaline scramble from a corner late on but the assistant referee must have been unsighted for him not to give a goal. Chris Roberts can be proud of his team’s performance and they can consider themselves unlucky not to come away from Bastion Gardens with a point.


13th October 2019

The winning numbers in yesterday’s Three Number Lotto draw were 8, 13, 14.  No winner so the Jackpot rolls over to £550.   The next draw takes place on Saturday 28 October at the Bull Hotel‬

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Clwb 100 Club

11th October 2019

Enillwyr Hydref/October Winners

£25 Gary Griffiths. Llangefni. (75)

£15 Ceri Jones, Llangefni. (39)

£10 Richard Hughes-Jones Llangefni. (118) 


9th October 2019


“It was great to bounce back with a win on Friday night at home to Llandudno. I thought we kept our shape really well and made it really hard for them to break us down. We scored early in the math through a Steve Kehoe volley and did have one or two other chances in the first half to double our lead but couldn’t quite find the net. Llandudno did come close just before the break with Dean Seager firing just wide but we were happy going in at the break 1-0 up. My half time team talk was mostly about working harder than them, and keeping our shape and that the win would come if we did that.”

“Early in the second half Llandudno started seeing a lot of the ball which I knew they would before the match but we showed great discipline in the way we kept our shape and our effort was rewarded when our second goal came from a great move and pass from Matthew Jones releasing Jamie Roberts who finished well to the bottom left corner of the net. It was great to see that every single player (apart from Tyler our GK) and myself celebrated with Jamie which shows the character and togetherness we have in the dressing room.”

“I had asked the lads for a reaction after the Flint loss and they sure did that, they worked really hard for each other listened to what I asked of them and delivered the game plan to near perfection. We showed hunger, desire and thoroughly deserved the 3 points.”

“Our fans were out in their numbers once again listening to them cheer us on and making a noise really does give us a boost and that extra edge to push on in matches.”

So keep coming and be the twelfth man!



5th October 2019



Llangefni Town recorded their second win of the season with an emphatic 2-0 win in front of a bumper crowd at Cae Bob Parry. 

Attackers Matthew Jones, Jamie Roberts and Callum McMinimee were back in the side after missing the heavy defeat away to Flint.  

Cefni couldn’t have wished for a better start, a Steve Kehoe’s speculative 30 yard shot finding its way through Llandudno’s keeper Shaun Pearson’s legs to give Llangefni the lead after 12 minutes.  The home side should have doubled their lead in the first half with good chances from attackers Mathew Jones and Cai Powell-Roberts.  The visitors best chance of the half fell to Dean Seager, his shot going narrowly wide after 44 minutes.  

Llangefni extended their lead early in the second half, good work in the middle of the park by Mathew Jones, a through ball to Jamie Roberts to score his first ever goal for the Town.  

There was real fight and determination in Llangefni’s game, dominating possession at times and defending well when called upon. Throughout the second half it felt like Llangefni could add to their tally rather than Llandudno pulling one back.  

Next up is table toppers Prestatyn Town , Away. 
12th October, 2:30pm kickoff.

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