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15th January 2017

Llangefni Town thrashed St Asaph 10-0 in the 5th round of the FAW Trophy.

A Craig Roberts hat-trick, a brace from Jack Williams and Sean Pritchard, added to goals from Paul Rowlands, Mathew Jones and Iwan Jones made it a really comfortable afternoon for the town that could have been even more than 10 in truth.

Cefni got off to the perfect start when Paul Rowlands finished well after only two minutes. The lead was doubled in the 11th minute when James Saxons' good work gave Craig Roberts the opportunity to make it 2--0 as he chiped the ball pass d his marker and hit a volley into the back of the net.

Chris Roberts’ side then scored a third with only 28 minutes played after a great team move was finished off by Mathew Jones.
It was 4-0 five minutes later when Craig Roberts unleashed a fierce shot from a good 40 yards out which found the top corner.

The goals continued in the second half and in the 46th minute Jack Williams tapped in from close range to make it 5-0 before Craig Roberts powered in an unstoppable shot to complete his hatrick to make it 6-0.

Ten minutes later Jack Williams scored his second of the match making it 7-0. St Asaph then went down to 10 men after a second yellow card was shown to the player for something he had said to the referee. Iwan Jones then made it 8 on 74th minute as he races onto a great theough ball from Sean Pritchard to fire his shot into the bottom corner of the net.

Substitute Sean Pritchard made it 9-0 following a great bit of skill by Steve Kehoe. The Cefni substitute then made it 10-0 with a fantastic finish in what was nearly the last kick of the game to ensure an emphatic victory for The Town and a place in the quarter finals of the Welsh Trophy.
The draw for the quarter finals will be made on Monday afternoon and the teams in the hat are:
LLANGEFNI TOWN, FC Nomads, Chirk AA, Corwe , Trefelin BGC, Penlan Social, Sully Sports and Team Swansea.


13th January 2017


Llangefni Town FC have tonight completed the signing of Cory Williams from Caernarfon Town. Manager Chris Roberts is delighted to sign the former Hereford, Chester City and Colwyn Bay forward who he rates very highly. Those who were at our Welsh Cup game against Caernarfon in November will remember the screamer he scored against us in extra time. We would like to thank Caernarfon Town FC for the smooth transfer.


9th January 2017


Llangefni Town FC would like to congratulate Cai Powell Roberts who has been selected to represent Wales Colleges under 18's in the 'Roma Caput Mundi' tournament held in Italy next month. First team manager Chris Roberts had this to say about Cai's inclusion: "When Cai told me he had been selected to represent Wales at Italy next month I told him I would have been more surprised if he hadn't. Cai has been fantastic since signing for us at the beginning of last season. Not only is he a great player but his attitude and work ethic is excellent, you forget sometimes that he is still only 17. His commitment to Llangefni is fantastic and all the hard work he's been putting in is paying off now. I wish Cai all the best over in Italy and believe that this is only the beginning for him. Well done Cai."


7th January 2017

Llangefni brushed Abergele aside on Friday night with a 3-0 win. The game was played on Llandudno FC's 3G pitch and the surface definitely suited our quick passing game. Craig Evans opened the scoring midway through the first half when he won a 50/50 with the keeper and slotted the ball into an empty net. Iwan Jones almost doubled our advantage before half-time but his long range effort went just wide of the post.

Evans made it 2-0 five minutes into the second half when he beat the offside trap and calmly placed the ball through the keepers legs. Cefni were in complete control and should have scored a third when Iwan Jones' close range header was saved by the keeper and Anthony Hughes dragged his shot wide of the post. We did eventually make it 3-0 when Hughes found himself through on goal and unselfishly squared the ball to Jones for a tap in. Connor Gordon and Paul Rowlands had good chances late on but the keeper saved both shots. This was a great way to bounce back after the Glantraeth defeat and Chris Roberts will be looking for more of the same on Saturday when we face St Asaph City at home in the Welsh Trophy.   


7th January 2017

This afternoon's game between Llangefni Town Reserves and Prestatyn Town Reserves has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

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