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14th May 2019


Manager Chris Roberts looks back at a very successful season and looks forward to the challenge ahead. 


‘’I am delighted with how the season went. We set out with the aim of winning the league title and getting promoted and we have achieved that.  Cup success was a bonus, winning the Cookson, Mawddach Cup Finalists, last 16 JD Welsh Cup and Last 8 in the Trophy, I couldn’t ask for anything more from the players.’’


‘’I am delighted that I have committed my future to Llangefni FC, "MY HOMETOWN CLUB" My mind is now on next season and life in the newly formed Championship. I have already held some constructive talks with the club about our objectives for next season. My next steps will be to continue talking to my current group of players and then work on getting some new players in to strengthen the squad further”.


‘’I am fully committed to Llangefni Town FC and look forward to the challenge of taking this club up to the next level’’. 


13th May 2019

Llangefni lost 2-1 after extra time in the Mawddach Cup Final against Llanrwst Utd on Saturday. Llanrwst took the lead early in the second half but Harry Galeotti equalised with a superb long range effort after 65 minutes. The game could have gone either way with both teams creating chances but Llanrwst scored the winner in the 1st half of extra time.

Despite the defeat it's been a great season for Chris Roberts and his squad. With promotion confirmed, it's going to be an interesting and exciting summer for Llangefni Town FC.

Clwb 100 Club

12th May 2019

Enillwyr Mai/May Winners

£25 Gwerydd Buckland, Bangor.(57)

£15 Dic Roberts, Llangefni. (13)

£10 Catherinen Jones, Llangefni. (104)

Enillwyr Mehefin/June Winners.

£25 Osian Tomos. Llangefni. (111)

£15 Nick Billing, Rowena. (85)

£10 Elsapeth Jones, Bodffordd.(100)

Tynwyd y ddau fis yn ein gem olaf gartref yn erbyn Bodedern

Both months were drawn at our last home game against Bodedern 

Diolch am eich cefnogaeth/Thank you for your support.



8th May 2019

Llangefni Town Football Club are pleased to announce that we have been granted Tier 2 Certification by the Football Association of Wales. This confirms that we will be promoted to the newly formed FAW Championship next season, which is the 2nd tier of Welsh football.


Chairman Alwyn Jones said: “This is fantastic news! There is huge excitement around the place that we have finally achieved our 5 year plan, we can now look forward to next season.’’  


Alwyn continued:  ‘’The club was assessed against a number of ground, infrastructure and personnel criteria.  A lot of work has been carried out at our Lon Talwrn ground to make sure we meet the required standard as well as maintaining and improving on the excellent facilities we currently have. We have ensured that the correct infrastructure and personnel are in place to take us on to the next level’


‘’We have worked extremely hard on and off the pitch to achieve this goal. I would like to thank those who have worked tirelessly to make this happen.’’


2nd May 2019

Credit Dave Jones - Grassroots North Wales


After drawing 0-0 in their opening league game of the campaign at Llanberis, Llangefni Town embarked on a seven-match winning run in Welsh Alliance Division One between August 15 and September 22.

With so many cup commitments, Cefni did not play another league match for eight weeks, seeing off Prestatyn Sports 2-0 at Lon Talwrn on November 17.

A first Division One defeat at home to old rivals Llanrug United on November 27 did not do too much harm to Chris Roberts’ men, another undefeated streak of six in the league heading into March keeping them well placed.

Only a second league loss of the campaign at home against Nantlle Vale on March 13 again failed to derail Llangefni’s push for top spot, 16 points being taken out of a possible 18 prior to their third and final reverse, Mynydd Llandegai taking the spoils 2-0 at Lon Talwrn on April 14.

Town showed true grit in their next three games which saw them claim seven points from an available nine from trips to Barmouth, Nantlle Vale and Llanrwst.

Llangefni finished their league fixtures unbeaten on their travels.

Then came the final night decider against a Bodedern outfit who pushed them so hard till the end, which ended 2-0 to the champions.

It had looked for a long time like a two-horse race, although a superb group of results since the turn of the year from Llandudno Albion kept them in the argument.

Cefni’s strength was largely in their tremendous defence – just 16 goals conceded in 28 matches – as well as their ability to find the net throughout the side.

Liam Morris, Kevin Lloyd, Matthew Jones and Alan Mark Owen – all strikers with plenty of experience at this standard – have each reached around the 20-goals mark.

A magnificent seven wins which clinched the title

Llanrug (a – Aug 15) 2-0

A strong start is crucial for any potential title challenger, and a 2-0 triumph away against a team as powerful as Llanrug set the standard, Alun Roberts and Craig Roberts scoring.

Llandudno Albion (a – Aug 18) 5-0

Although no-one knew back in August how high Albion would rank at the end of the season, to register a 5-0 verdict on their travels against such opposition was a statement, Alan Mark Owen, Liam Morris, Cai Powell-Roberts, Matthew Jones and Cameron Jones all on target.

Bodedern Athletic (a – Aug 22) 2-0

Another marker laid down early doors as Liam Morris and Dan Thomas netted against the team which were to emerge as Cefni’s chief title rivals.

Penrhyndeudraeth (a – Dec 22) 3-0

In their first game since losing their unbeaten league record at the hands of Llanrug, Town really showed their mettle at Maes-y-Parc, Dan Thomas (2) and Harry Galeotti clinching a crucial win.

St Asaph (a – Mar 9) 8-1

Against a decent home team, Llangefni really went to town, Liam Morris and Matthew Jones with hat-tricks, Galeotti and Sean Pritchard one apiece.

Llandudno Albion (h – Apr 13) 2-0

By this stage, Albion were looking really dangerous and on a 10-match winning run in the league.

Cefni upset their rhythm with a fine victory thanks to marksmen Matthew Jones and Liam Morris.

Nantlle Vale (a – Apr 22) 2-0

This was a real test of Cefni’s nerve against a team which had beaten them at Lon Talwrn.


Goals from Jones and Morris sealed three massive points in the title battle, with Bodedern returning to winning ways on the same night 

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