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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.


4th October 2019

Ar gael rwan am ddim, rhaglen i gem Tref Llangefni yn erbyn Llandudno yn Cae Bob Parry heno!

Available now for free, Llangefni Town versus Llandudno FC at Cae Bob Parry tonight!

Come on the Town!


3rd October 2019

Manager Chris Roberts match preview ahead of Friday nights fixture. 
“Llandudno seem to have hit a bit of form and I expect Friday nights clash with them to be another tough one.”

"To say I was disappointed with the performance we gave away at Flint last time out is a massive understatement and tomorrow the lads have a chance to put things right. I’m glad to have Jamie, Matthew and Callum available again after missing the Flint match which gives me a good selection headache to have for the first time this season.”

“We played against the reserves last weekend and had a chance to work on a different shape and style of play in preparation for Friday nights match as well as look at some of the reserve players in action, Keenan Latham stood out for me and has also been called up to the first team squad for Friday nights match”

“We had a fantastic turnout against Bangor in our last home game and I’m hoping the Llangefni Fans come out in their numbers once again to support us.”

Jackpot rolls over to £500

30th September 2019

‪The winning numbers in Saturday’s Three Number Lotto draw were 5,6, 15.  No winner so the Jackpot rolls over to £500.   The next draw takes place on Saturday 12 October at the Bull Hotel‬

‪Tickets available from committee members or you can play on paypal ‬

If you are interested in becoming a seller, please get in touch with us.


26th September 2019

Mae Clwb Pel-droed Llangefni yn falch o gefnogi Diwrnod Calon y Byd ar 29 o Fedi 

Llangefni Town FC are proud to support #worldheartday on  September 29th 

#worldheartday #iamahearthero 

This weekend will see the club promote World Heart Day 2019. This is an annual event that the club are very pleased to promote. This year World Heart day is being held on Sunday 29th September. 

The campaign is My Heart, Your Heart

This year on World Heart Day, as part of our mission to ensure heart health equity for all, we want to create a global community of Heart Heroes … people from all walks of life who are acting now to live longer, better, heart-healthy lives by making a promise:

•A promise to our families to cook and eat more healthily

•A promise to our children to exercise more and help them to be more active, to say no to smoking and help our loved ones to stop

•A promise as a healthcare professional to help patients give up smoking and lower their cholesterol

•A promise as a policymaker to support policies that promote healthy hearts

•A promise as an employee to invest in heart-healthy workplaces

A simple promise … for MY HEART, for YOUR HEART, for ALL OUR HEARTS.

Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer today. But it doesn’t need to be this way. By making just a few small changes to our lives, we can reduce our risk of heart disease and stroke, as well as improving our quality of life and setting a good example for the next generation. It’s about saying to yourself, the people you care about and individuals all around the world: “What can I do right now to look after my heart … and your heart?”

Because we believe every heartbeat matters.

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