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Llangefni Town 3 - 0 Llandyrnog United

2nd September 2018

Llangefni Town 3 - 0 Llandyrnog United

Goals from Kev Lloyd, Liam Morris and midfielder Sean Pritchard   ( Pictured)   made this victory as comfortable as the scoreline suggests - with Llangefni swaggering to victory against a Llandyrnog United side who just weren’t in their class.


Alun Roberts back in defence was the only change from last Saturday, the Town took control of the game straight from the off with a display full of good, passing football.


Alan Owen had the game's first chance on 11 minutes, his placed header well-handled by Llandyrnog keeper after a deep cross from Gari Owen.


Cefni’s patient build up play served them well, winning a number of free-kick’s from which Alan Owen and Liam Morris had efforts deflected wide. Dan Thomas then went close from one of the resultant corners, shooting wide of Llandyrnog left-hand post.


On 27 minutes, Liam Morris through ball found its way to Kevin Lloyd who rounded the keeper, was about to shoot into the empty net but was pulled down from behind.  Penalty was awarded, but for some reason the referee decided to give out a yellow card for what should have been a blatant red.  Kev Lloyd, got up to score the penalty to give Llangefni a deserved 1-0 lead.  


On 36 minutes, it was 2-0, good work down the right by Cai Powell-Roberts, his cross finding Liam Morris who’s shot found its way into the bottom right hand corner through a crowd of players. It could have been two moments later, Powell-Roberts causing panic in the United defence, but his shot just failing to find a way through Harri Owen in Llandyrnog’s goal. 


The second half continued in much the same vain with Llangefni looking bright and confident every time they came forward with the ball. It felt at times like a training match and the most the visitors had to offer were a couple of balls into the box, but these were dealt with easily by the the ultra-consistent Sinclair in Cefni’s goal.  


The third goal came on 64 minutes, Cefni keeping possession really well, good interchanging passes, Alan Owen laying the ball off to Sean Pritchard to fire home.  ( Pictured )

Llangefni should have extended their lead further, with Jack Williams smashing the upright with a 25 yard shot and Matthew Jones also hitting the bar missing an open goal from 12 yard out.  


After the match, manager Chris Roberts said; ‘It was a good day at the office, although the scoreline should have been more I was satisfied with the teams performance and how comfortable the win was. Our first home game of the season, there was a great atmosphere and buzz at the ground and it was excellent to have our under 8s as our mascots and the Majorettes performing at half time’.  


Next up is Greenfield at home next Saturday. Kickoff 2:30.  

LLANGEFNI MAJORS COMING TO LON TALWRN!!!

30th August 2018

LLANGEFNI MAJORS COMING TO LON TALWRN!!!

We are looking forward to welcoming Llangefni Majors to Lon Talwrn on Saturday where they will be providing the half time entertainment.

Llangefni Majors Majorettes will be taking new members to join this Lovely Friendly Troupe who have had great achievements this season and still going strong , end of Sept .

From ages 3yrs and upwards to senior age . All are welcome , we will give out the date very soon , anyone interested please contact them on their facebook page (details below).

https://www.facebook.com/llangefni.majorsmajorettes/

 

OUR FUTURE STARS!!

30th August 2018

OUR FUTURE STARS!!

Our mascots and ball boys for Saturdays game will be Llangefni Juniors Under 8s, the future of Llangefni Town FC.

 

ANOTHER 3 POINTS FOR LLANGEFNI AT PRESTATYN SPORTS

28th August 2018

ANOTHER 3 POINTS FOR LLANGEFNI AT PRESTATYN SPORTS

Match report to follow.

RESERVES DEFEATED AT LLANBERIS

28th August 2018

Llangefni Town Reserves suffered their second defeat in as many games at Llanberis on Saturday. There were five 16 year olds in the starting line up and another 4 on the bench as Cefni struggled to deal with the constant long balls, corners and throw ins aimed at their tall, physical strikers. Llanberis were 2-0 up inside ten minutes before Aaron Rickards pulled one back with a low drive from outside the box. The home side scored another 2 from corners to make it 4-1 before Gafyn Buckland pulled another goal back from close range after good work from Rickards to make it 4-2 before half-time.

The visitors started the second half brightly but were soon 5-2 down when Llanberis caught Cefni on the counter attack before unleashing a powerful drive from the edge of the box. Llangefni's youngsters grew into the game and defended a lot better as a team in the second half. No doubt the physical nature of the opposition was a shock to the system for many of the lads but they showed good character and adapted well to the long balls in the second half. It's been a tough start for this team but there are plenty of encouraging signs and lots to be positive about. If the lads show the same attitude and willingness to improve throughout the season there's no doubt the results will improve in the coming weeks.     


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