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1st May 2017

Llangefni did everything but score against a hard working Llanrwst side who battled for the draw. The players are trying their best on the pitch but are understandably looking tired with so many games being played. Our next game is at home against Penrhyndeudraeth on bank holiday Monday, 6.30pm kick off.

Meanwhile Llangefni Reserves came from behind twice to earn a draw against Prestatyn at Isgraig in their final game of the season. Keenan Latham scored both goals for Cefni and player manager Gafyn Buckland will be having nightmares after missing a penalty in the last minute. It's been a tough season in a tough league for the youngsters but their heads didn't drop and the lads showed a lot of character to bounce back and win 4 and draw 2 of their last 8 games. 


28th April 2017

Tomorrow Llangefni first team are home against Llanrwst at Lon Talwrn while the reserves play their last game of the season against Prestatyn Town Reserves at Isgraig. Both games kick off at 2.30pm, please show your support.


28th April 2017

Llangefni earned a valuable point in 1-1 draw at Llanrug on Thursday night. With second place still up for grabs, this was a must not lose game but Llanrug took an early lead when Griff Williams shot went in via a deflection after 7 minutes. Craig Evans equalised for Cefni ten minutes later when his looping header found the corner of the net. The game was end to end and both teams were looking tired after playing so many games in a short space of time. Craig Roberts hit the bar in the second half and Dan Thomas was blatantly pushed in the back when going up for a header but the penalty wasn't given. A draw was probably a fair result in the end and our next game is at home against Llanrwst on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.  


26th April 2017

Llangefni followed up their 2-1 win at Pwllheli with the same score line at Nantlle Vale on Tuesday night. Chris Roberts rotated his squad with Ibrahim Fazeel playing his last game before returning to the Maldives up front. He was very lively and Nantlle Vale had no idea what to do about his clever movement. Their only answer was to foul him but that didn't stop Llangefni from opening the scoring. The ref played good advantage and allowed Matthew Jones to cross the ball to James Saxon who's header found the back of the net from 6 yards out. It was soon 2-0 thanks to a Dan Thomas header after another great delivery from Matthew Jones. Nantlle Vale were down to 10 men before half-time after the assistant referee spotted a stamp on Fazeel. Llangefni took their foot off the pedal in the second half and allowed the home side back into the game. Poor marking allowed their striker a free header in the box, 2-1. Cefni had the chances to finish them off but their keeper's best save came from a Corey Williams shot that was heading for the top corner. Our next game is on Thursday night at Llanrug, 6.30pm kick off.


24th April 2017

Llangefni Reserves were beaten 4-0 at home by an unrecognizable Llanrwst side from the team they beat 4-3 in February. You can't help but feel sorry for the youngsters who were left out to make room for these more experienced players who only seem to be available for two or three games a season during holidays. It makes you wonder where all these players were when they canceled two games against us earlier in the season because they couldn't raise a team. 4-0 was a harsh scoreline but Llangefni gave away some very poor goals and failed to take several chances, hitting the post 3 times! The reserves will be looking to finish the season on a high when they play Prestatyn Res at Isgraig in their final game of the season on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.

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