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9th September 2019

Luke Waller's 90th minute equaliser earned Llangefni Town Reserves a valuable point away at Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves on Saturday. Phoenix took the lead after 8 minutes when Sean Williams seemed to foul a Llangefni defender but the referee waved play on and Williams finished low passed Connor Roberts. The visitors reacted positively to going a goal down and created many chances before Waller found the bottom far corner from close range after a great through ball by centre back John Alex Jones. The second half was end to end with both teams creating chances but Phoenix took the lead on 75 minutes after winning a very soft penalty. Hadyn Williams coverted his spot kick to make it  2-1. Penmaenmawr's keeper was proving to be thorn in Cefni's side, making at least 4 fantastic saves in the last 15 minutes but the visitors perseverance was eventually rewarded in the 90th minute when Dion Owen played a great ball to Waller on the right wing who cut inside and once again found the bottom far corner with a powerful drive. Llangefni will be slightly disappointed not to have taken all 3 points considering the amount of chances they created but they showed a lot of character to come back twice and earn a decent point away from home.


8th September 2019

Llangefni Town came from a goal behind to secure a 2-2 draw following an entertaining match at home to Buckley Town.  

The visitors started the brightest having a goal disallowed on 4 minutes, due to an infringement on Cefni’s keeper Tyler French. But it was Cefni who took the lead on 10  minutes, a quick one two between Craig Roberts & Matthew Jones found Gari Owen on the left who’s cut back made its way to Iwan Jones to blast in his first of the season.

Buckley were equal after 32 minutes, Lewis Hone flicked on a long throw but a sliced clearance by Cefni’s Craig Roberts found its way in to his own net to make it 1-1.  

Just past the hour mark, a half cleared corner landed at the feet of Eden who’s looping shot found its way over French to make it 2-1 for Buckley Town.  

Three minutes later Cefni were equal, a first time cross from Callum Mcminimee towards the advancing Mathew Jones in the 6 yard area with Callum Humphreys getting the unfortunate last touch for an own goal. 

Next up is Porthmadog away on Tuesday 7:30 kickoff before the local derby v Bangor City on Friday.  

Llangefni Town v Buckley Town

6th September 2019

Tomorrows match day programme for our JD Cymru Leagues North match vs  Buckley Town FC  is now online. 

In this weeks edition we catch up with General Manager Peter Davies OBE, First Team Manager Chris Roberts as well as an update from Reserve Team Manager Gafyn Buckland.  

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1st September 2019

It was a bad day at the office for Llangefni as they suffered a 4 - 0 defeat away to Conwy Borough. 

Tomos Clarke steered a corner into the net with 17 minutes on the clock to open the scoring. Things got even better for the hosts soon after when McGonigle‘s pinpoint free kick flew into the corner.

Chris Roberts’ side did not find the same level of performance to what they have produced so far this term, and they were undone again after the break when Liam Morris, came back to haunt his old club on 66 minutes when his powerful effort went in off the crossbar.

There was still time for the home side to put the exclamation point on proceedings, and once again it was McGonigle who produced a moment of magic with a superb individual run that was matched by a finish that nestled in the top corner with 87 on the clock to round off the scoring. 

Next up is Buckley Town on Saturday.  2:30 kickoff 


1st September 2019

Llangefni Town Reserves got their first win of the season against an unbeaten Llanrug Utd Reserves side at Lon Talwrn on Friday night. Steven Jones gave Cefni the lead after 20 minutes when his deflected long range effort found the bottom corner. The visitors equalised after 35 minutes when a cross from a short corner somehow went through 2 defenders which left Owen Hughes in goal with no chance of saving it. Llangefni’s reaction was good and within 5 minutes Keenan Latham found himself one on one with the keeper but he was brought down in the box after a last ditch effort from a recovering defender to block the shot. Dion Owen stepped up and smashed the penalty into the top corner to make it 2-1 before half-time. Harry Jones and Luke Waller had good chances to increase Llangefni’s lead in the second half but there were no more goals and the youngsters thoroughly deserved the 3 points after putting in a very good performance.

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