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3 WINS OUT OF 3 AFTER BEATING LOCAL RIVALS

22nd March 2018

Llangefni continued their impressive run of form with a 2-1 victory against Trearddur Bay Utd at Lon Talwrn on Wednesday night. Iwan Jones gave Cefni an early lead when he took on a defender before finding the bottom far corner with a low drive. Gavin Sharpe and Craig Roberts had good chances to increase their advantage but they couldn't beat former Llangefni keeper Jack Roberts. Harry Galeotti eventually made it 2-0 ten minutes into the second half when he fired a half volley into the bottom corner after good work from Iwan Jones. Cefni should have put the game to bed but were wasteful in front of goal. Credit to Trearddur Bay who kept going and the visitors managed to pull a goal back in injury time after some sloppy defending by Llangefni. Not the best game or performance but at this stage of the season, all that really matters are the 3 points. This Saturday we are away against Llandudno Albion, 2.30pm kick off.

RUTHLESS CEFNI BRUSH PENRHYN ASIDE

20th March 2018

Llangefni followed up their midweek win against Mynyndd Llandegai with another 3 points at Penrhyndeudraeth on Saturday. The home side could have taken an early lead but missed a penalty after 10 minutes. With half an hour gone Matthew Jones picked up where he left off on Wednesday and was in the right place at the right time to head the ball in from close range. The visitors increased their lead 5 minutes into the second half when Callum Mcminimee took advantage of a mix up between the goalkeeper and centre back which left him with an easy finish. Jones soon got his second and Llangefni's third when he turned the defender and fired the ball into the top corner. Cefni could and probably should have scored more but Penrhyn were kindly awarded another penalty in the last minute by the linesman which Steve Sinclair saved but the rebound was tucked away to make the final score 1-3. Chris Roberts will be delighted with his side's recent performances but it's important that we're focused on producing the same level of performance against local rivals Trearddur Bay at Lon Talwrn on Wednesday night, 7.30pm kick off. 

BIG 3 POINTS FOR CEFNI

15th March 2018

Llangefni put the disappointing defeat against Nantlle Vale behind them by beating Mynydd Llandegai 4-0 at Lon Talwrn on Wednesday night. Chris Roberts made several changes to the side and they looked up for it from the kick off. Cefni took the lead after 22 minutes when Harry Galeotti played in Gavin Sharpe who caught the keeper out by squeezing the ball between him and the near post from close range. Cameron Jones made it 2-0 after 38 minutes when Galeotti who once again provided an assist by firing the ball across the face of the goal for Jones to tap it into an empty net. The third came just before half-time when Matthew Jones found the roof of the net with a penalty after Callum Mcminimee was brought down in the box. Llangefni were in full control of the second half and scored the 4th on the hour when Mcminimee's left foot cross was finished by Matthew Jones for his second of the game. With Conwy and Llanrug dropping points, this was a big win for Llangefni and it's crucial that we produce the same kind of performance at Penrhyndeudraeth on Saturday.

Newyddion Trist

9th March 2018

Trist iawn oedd clywed y newyddion am farwolaeth Joe Williams sef Joe Bach a fu yn Reolwr llwyddiannus ac yn gefnogwr o'r Clwb.

'Rydym yn estyn ein cydymdeimlad llwyraf a'r teulu oll yn eu colled. 

LLANGEFNI T RES 1-0 PRESTATYN T RES

25th February 2018

Cameron Jones' first half penalty turned out to be the winner as Llangefni Town Reserves beat league leaders Prestatyn Town Reserves at Lon Talwrn on Saturday. It's been a tough few months for the youngsters but it just shows what can be achieved when a team sticks together and work hard for each other. Callum Mcminimee was brought down in the box by the goalkeeper after 30 minutes and 17 year old Cameron Jones sent the keeper the wrong way with his spot kick. It was always going to be a tough game with the likes of Beattie and Shackleton playing for the visitors and they came close to equalising when Beatties' shot rattled the cross bar in the second half. Beattie was sent off for a dangerous tackle 5 minutes from time and Llangefni held firm to claim a deserved victory. 


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