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JD WELSH CUP 2ND ROUND DRAW

4th October 2016

The draw for the JD Welsh Cup round 2 has been made and we have been drawn at home to Caernarfon Town FC - the match is scheduled to be played on the 5th/6th of November #putitinyourdiary

ARTHUR OWEN (ISGRAIG) OFFICIAL STAND SPONSOR

3rd October 2016

ARTHUR OWEN (ISGRAIG) OFFICIAL STAND SPONSOR

We would like to thank Arthur Owen 'Isgraig' for sponsoring a stand at Llangefni Town FC. Arthur was Llangefni's bus driver for many years and is always very supportive of the football team. Diolch Arthur. 

CEFNI IN CONTROL AS BRYMBO ARE BRUSHED ASIDE

2nd October 2016

CEFNI IN CONTROL AS BRYMBO ARE BRUSHED ASIDE

Llangefni Town are through to the next round of the JD Welsh Cup after a comfortable 4-0 win against Brymbo FC. Anthony Hughes opened the scoring just before half time after he beat the offside trap and fired it low passed the keeper. Cefni doubled their advantage on the hour when James Saxon's low drive went unerneath the keeper and over the line. Substitute Matthew Jones carried on where he left off for the reserves on Thursday night and bagged himself a brace with two close range finishes. Chris Roberts will be delighted his team managed to keep another clean sheet and we look forward to the second round draw on Monday.

JD WELSH CUP 1ST ROUND: BRYMBO FC THE VISITORS

30th September 2016

Tomorrow we welcome Welsh National League side Brymbo FC to Lon Talwrn in the 1st round of the JD Welsh Cup. Come and support your local team and help us progress to the next round! Kick off is 2.00pm.

LEAGUE CUP: BANGOR CITY RES 4-2 LLANGEFNI T RES

29th September 2016

LEAGUE CUP: BANGOR CITY RES 4-2 LLANGEFNI T RES

Llangefni Town Reserves squandered a 2-0 half-time lead and eventually lost 4-2 against Bangor City Reserves at Nantporth. Despite the defeat there were still a lot of positives and the overall performance was definitely an improvement on the 5-1 defeat against the same team last month. A stunning goal by Matthew Jones and a good finish by Ross Mark forced Bangor to bring on two players with plenty of Welsh Premier League experience at half-time. Shaun Cavanagh's introduction changed the game and we struggled to cope with his movement off the ball. Bangor got back to 2-2 by the hour and with both teams pushing for the winner, the home side managed to score 2 late goals to put them through into the next round. It's worth mentioning that our starting line up consisted of 6 players who are under 18 and all but 2 of the squad were under 23.


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