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26th September 2016

The first team drew 0-0 away to a strong Greenfield side on Saturday. This was far from being a bore draw with both sides having chances to take all 3 points. Craig Roberts almost won it for Llangefni in injury time but their goalkeeper managed to pull of a great save from point blank range. Our next game is at home against Brymbo FC in the first round of the Welsh Cup on Saturday, 2.00pm kick off. The reserves are away to Bangor City on Thursday night, 6.30pm kick off.


23rd September 2016

This Saturday the first team travel down the A55 to face Greenfield in the league with a 2.30pm kick off, the referee is Mike Gillham assisted by Tomos Barker & James Salsbury.

The Reserves will also be away when they face Llanrwst away with a 2.30pm kick off.



21st September 2016

After 4 rollovers, the jackpot is now £150. All you have to do is predict and match the outcome of 5 premier league games. 1 = home win, X = draw, 2 = away win. Coupons are £1 a go and will be available tonight behind the bar at the Railway Inn.


18th September 2016

This was a game which saw Llangefni run out comfortable five nil winners. It was important that Llangefni got back to winning ways in the league and that’s exactly what they did. It wasn't long before cefni created their first chance of the day as Anthony Hughes got onto a through ball by Steve Kehoe to fire just wide of the post, Alun Roberts then went close as he headed just over from a corner kick. Some great build up play saw us find Iwan Jones down on the left hand side, he skipped passed his marker and picked out the un-marked Craig Evans in the box who finished with one of his trademark headers 0-1. Iwan and Ant both fired balls across the goal mouth but we couldn’t get on the end of them. With half time approaching Iwan Jones was once again the provider as he delivered a ball into the box from the right hand side which found James Saxon and he finished with a header into the far corner, half time score 0-2.


Llangefni started the second half brightly with Dafydd Jones playing some great balls down the right to release Ant in behind the Llanrwst defence, Craig came close once more with a shot fired at the keeper and a header just wide. Dafydd once again got on the ball in the middle of the park and drove with the ball past 3 Llanrwst players to fire a shot inches wide. It was 0-3 on 72 minutes as Anthony Hughes pocked home a Craig Evans shot from close range. Steve Kehoe got his reward for an outstanding performance just after the 80th minutes as he hit a fierce shot from just outside the box which found the bottom corner 0-4. Chris Saxon then went close with an overhead kick and once again Alun Roberts headed inches wide. Substitute Connor Gordon could have scored with his first touch as great movement by the young cefni striker created space for him to head onto the bar, Connor did get on the scoresheet with 4 minutes remaining as Dan "Bambi" Thomas found Dafydd Jones who released Connor in on the right for him to calmly find the far corner final score Llanrwst 0-5 Llangefni Town. 


This game was never in doubt as Cefni controlled the game from start to finish and on another day could have easily scored another 4 or 5.



Craig Evans (sponsored by Bwd)

James Saxon (sponsored by Brian Owen)

Anthony Hughes

Steve Kehoe (sponsored by Wendy Granton)

Connor Gordon (sponsored by Sion Billy)


11th September 2016


Llangefni will face Welsh National League side Brymbo FC at home in the first round of the JD Wesh Cup after beating local rivals Gaerwen 1-0 in the final qualifying round on Saturday. Craig Evans got the all important winner at Maes Merddyn when he tapped in a Paul Rowlands cross with 15 minutes to go. Gaerwen deserve credit for their hard work and determination but we could have made life a lot easier for ourselves by putting away earlier chances. Goalkeeper Gwyndaf Owen pulled off some great saves from Iwan Jones and Steve Kehoe while James Saxon hit the post with a long range effort. Cefni were in control for most of the game but Gaerwen had a decent spell just before we scored, Llion Vaughn and Mark Griffith could have given them the lead but Liam Ewing was alert to the danger on both occasions. Iwan Jones could have made sure of the win in injury time but his shot was cleared off the line. Gaerwen went up the other end and threw everything but the kitchen sink at Llangefni but we held firm in what turned out to be a very entertaining cup tie.

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