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CEFNI OFF TO A WINNING START!

14th August 2017

CEFNI OFF TO A WINNING START!

Iwan Jones and Harry Galeotti got the goals that saw Cefni get off to a winning start at home in the league to Penrhyndeudraeth on Saturday.

Llangefni started well and looked to get at Penrhyn right from the off, Craig Roberts and Osian Jones both going close to opening the scoring. Iwan Jones did well to beat his man at the far post and deliver a great ball into the box but cefni just couldn't get anyone on the end of it to convert. On 20mins the deadlock was broken as a mix-up in the Penrhyn defence saw Iwan latch onto the loose ball and was clear on goal he rounded the keeper and put the ball into the empty net (1-0 Cefni). Cefni really should have doubled their lead just before the break as some great link-up play down the right saw Cai Powell-Roberts drive down the wing with the ball before delivering a great cross into the box for the un-marked Gari Owen who blazed his shot over the bar from close range. (Half Time 1-0) 

Penrhyn started the second half brightly and looked to get at Llangefni right from the restart, but their effort went just wide of the post. this looked like it kicked Cefni back into gear and they started dominating possession once more. A late tackle on Steven Kehoe saw Huw Quaek receive his marching orders for a second booking. By now Cefni were well in control and a foul to Osian Jones just outside the box resulted in a freekick, New signing Harry Galeotti stepped up and hit his freekick straight into the top left hand corner of the net giving the Penrhyn keeper no chance. (2-0 Cefni). Osian Jones went close once more before Kieran Jeffreys hit the bar. 

Manager Chris Roberts was pleased with the result and had this to say "a great start to the league campaign, Penrhyn are always tough opponents they are a good side who always finish there or there abouts. It was pleasing to keep the clean sheet and we played some great football at times, the new signings looked to have settled in straight away with us. We dominated the game from start to finish really and could have scored more but all in all a great performance and we look forward to another tough match away at Trearddur Bay this Tuesday Night. It was good once more to see the great support we had at Saturday's game and we hope to see you all there again.

Scorers: Iwan Jones / Harry Galeotti

Next Match: Tuesday 15/08 - Trearddur Bay FC (Away) League 6.30pm

Clwb 100 Club

13th August 2017

Enillwyr Gorffennaf/July Winners

£25 Nick Billing, Siop Rowena, Llangefni. (85)

£15 Rob Light,  21 Maes y Dderwen, Caerdydd. (30)

£10 Ian Hughes, 26 Ucheldre, Llangefn.i (110)

EnillwyrAwst/August Winners

£25 Alwyn Jones, 100 Pencraig, Llangefni. (52)

£15 R A Thomas, 145 Pencraig, Llangefni. (83)

£10 Thelma Parry, Clwb Pel Droed. (80) 

 

FAW FAIR PLAY DAY

11th August 2017

FAW FAIR PLAY DAY

This weekend the FAW will be promoting the FAW Fair Play and Off the Pitch campaigns. Tomorrow, both teams, as well as the match officials will be wearing patches with the FAW Fair Play logos on them and participating in the FAW Fair Play hand-shake to promote the Fair Play message. Each club has been given their own FAW Fair Play banner that will be displayed in the ground to further promote the message. We hope that your club, as well as you as supporters will embrace the Fair Play message and continue the good work your clubs have already done over past seasons.
The FAW Fair Play Code aims to raise the profile of the Fair Play message by inspiring players, clubs, officials and supporters to maintain good on-field discipline including abiding by the Laws of the Game, respecting opponents, referees and promoting the interests of football. To encourage good behaviour, the FAW will periodically publish Disciplinary Tables for each of the Directly-Affiliated Leagues via a dedicated page on the FAW website. Those topping each table at the end of the season are awarded a Fair Play Award and a prize of £1000 to be spent on improving facilities at your club. Previous winners of the Award have invested the money on an upgrade to dressing rooms, new equipment such as balls, bibs, kit and improving the pitch.
The FAW Off the Pitch campaign is also represented here today and aims to educate all of our stakeholders including clubs and players with regards best practice when using social media. Off the Pitch is also here to remind stakeholders how comments made via social media can reflect on their club or competition that they participate in and therefore, offers advice to players and club officials such as treating others with respect. Be in the right state of mind when posting and to generally act responsibly when using all forms of social media.This weekend the FAW will be promoting the FAW Fair Play and Off the Pitch campaigns. Today, both teams, as well as the match officials will be wearing patches with the FAW Fair Play logos on them and participating in the FAW Fair Play hand-shake to promote the Fair Play message. Each club has been given their own FAW Fair Play banner that will be displayed in the ground to further promote the message. We hope that your club, as well as you as supporters will embrace the Fair Play message and continue the good work your clubs have already done over past seasons.
The FAW Fair Play Code aims to raise the profile of the Fair Play message by inspiring players, clubs, officials and supporters to maintain good on-field discipline including abiding by the Laws of the Game, respecting opponents, referees and promoting the interests of football. To encourage good behaviour, the FAW will periodically publish Disciplinary Tables for each of the Directly-Affiliated Leagues via a dedicated page on the FAW website. Those topping each table at the end of the season are awarded a Fair Play Award and a prize of £1000 to be spent on improving facilities at your club. Previous winners of the Award have invested the money on an upgrade to dressing rooms, new equipment such as balls, bibs, kit and improving the pitch.
The FAW Off the Pitch campaign is also represented here today and aims to educate all of our stakeholders including clubs and players with regards best practice when using social media. Off the Pitch is also here to remind stakeholders how comments made via social media can reflect on their club or competition that they participate in and therefore, offers advice to players and club officials such as treating others with respect. Be in the right state of mind when posting and to generally act responsibly when using all forms of social media.

NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL

9th August 2017

NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL

Llangefni Town Football Club are thrilled to announce Faun Trackway as a back of the shirt sponsor for the 2017/18 season. 

The FAUN group boasts Europe-wide manufacturing expertise, with offices and production facilities in Germany, France, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium and UK. FAUN has also recently established an office in the USA.

The Trackway division based at Llangefni Industrial Estate boasts an extensive history of aluminium military product manufacturing capability in the UK spanning over 70 years, and is a key contractor to the UK MOD (Military of Defence). Previous military engineering and manufacture projects include bridging, boats, aerial masts, fuel tankers and re-compression chambers.

Alwyn Jones, chairman of Llangefni Town, added: “On behalf of everyone at the club I wish to thank Faun Trackway for becoming a sponsors for the new season. After narrowly missing out on promotion last season, we have been working hard during the summer months to ensure the club is well established to progress up the Welsh football league pyramid and I believe that our agreement with Faun Trackway proves we are going along the right 'track'! They are a very highly regarded, multinational company and we are proud to have them on board.
 
For more information on the services provided by Faun, please visit www.fauntrackway.co.uk

WE ARE READY!

8th August 2017

WE ARE READY!

The gaffer looking forward to the season ahead......

"The lads have worked really hard during pre-season to ensure that we are ready for the season opener at home to Penrhyndeudraeth on Saturday. We have played a total of 8 pre-season friendlies against Caernarfon Tow, Llandudno, Holyhead Hotspurs, Cemaes Bay, Aberffraw twice and Amlwch. All these proved to be great work-outs for us in different ways.  To me results aren’t important during pre-season but performances are, and it has been positive to see the way we have competed against Caernarfon Town, Llandudno & Holyhead Hotspurs. These friendlies have definitely benefitted us in terms of us being able to work on keeping our shape and also given us confidence that we can produce good performances in a big game situation.

I believe that the squad we have this season is the strongest I have ever had at Llangefni and I am looking forward to the first game on Saturday. Having just missed out on promotion last season on goals scored it was important that I kept most of the squad from last season and just strengthened by bringing in 1 or 2. We lost Corey Williams (Rhyl), Craig Evans (Gwalchmai) and Corey Sinnot (Retired) at the end of last season and replaced them with Harry Galleotti, Osian Jones & Kieran Jeffreys. I have no doubt that these three will go on to shine this summer and prove to be fantastic additions. We have 2 or 3 options in every position this year and it gives us great strength in depth and allows us to be able to adapt to different game plans and formations.

This is my fourth season as manager of Llangefni Town and having just missed out twice on promotion to the Cymru Alliance I am looking to get the job done this time around. I know it won’t be easy, there are a lot of good teams in the league and we will need to work hard stay focussed and play to our best every game in order to achieve our aim. The lads know what is expected of them and what our target is for the season and I am confident that the squad we have is more than capable of this achieving our goal. Being one of the only teams in the league not paying players it really shows the mentality and attitude of the players we have in our squad, they are here because they want to play for me and Llangefni Town FC and they are playing football because they want to and not for any financial reason.

For me personally it has been fantastic to see how the club has turned around in such a short space of time and this is down to the hard work that goes on at the club. I would like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support towards Llangefni Town Football Club, without you guys we could not possibly keep giving opportunities for local lads to play football. I also have to mention the supporters that we have seen come through the turnstiles on match days I truly believe that you guys play a massive part in us going for promotion this season.

Saturday’s league opener can’t come quick enough. We are ready!!!"


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