LLANGEFNI T RES 3-2 TREARDDUR BAY RES
6th April 2017
John Alex Jones came off the bench to score the winner in a very entertaining match against Trearddur Bay at Lon Talwrn. Llangefni took the lead after 20 minutes when Ibrahim Fazeel produced a cool finish after a great through ball by Connor Gordon. Trearddur Bay equalised ten minutes into the second half before Keenan Latham pounced on a loose ball after a cross into the box by Ross Mark. Trearddur Bay made it 2-2 with 15 minutes to go but John Alex Jones grabbed the winner with a superb finish 8 minutes from time. This young Llangefni Reserves side have won 4 of their last 5 games and will be looking to overtake a few teams by winning their remaining 3 matches. A minute's silence was observed before the game in memory of former player Henry Esin "Romeo" who sadly died in hospital on Sunday morning.
NEXT TWO HOME GAMES TO BE DEDICATED IN HONOUR OF ROMEO
3rd April 2017
As a club we have decided to donate all the proceeds from Wednesday night's reserve game against Trearddur Bay and our first team's game against Abergele on Saturday to Romeo's family. There will also be a minute's silence before both games.
REST IN PEACE ROMEO
3rd April 2017
Everyone at the club is devastated to hear the news that our former player Henry "Romeo" Esin has died in hospital after he was brutally attacked in the early hours of Saturday morning. Romeo was a true gentleman and our thoughts go out to his family. A page has been set up in his memory and to help support his partner and his two beautiful little girls. https://www.gofundme.com/k8mrqg-in-memory-of-romeo
1ST TEAM AND RESERVE GAMES OFF!
1st April 2017
THE TOWN WIN IN LOCAL DERBY!
30th March 2017
Llangefni Town were 2-0 winners in last night's local derby at Trearddur Bay. Craig Evans' penalty gave Llangefni a 1-0 lead in the first half and Corey Sinnott sealed the win in the 86th minute. We now have 15 league games left starting with St Asaph away on Saturday.
Meanwhile Llangefni Reserves beat Colwyn Bay Reserves 2-0 at Lon Talwrn thanks to a Keenan Latham first half double. Paul Rowlands played 75 minutes after being out injured for over a month. Reserves are at home against Trearddur Bay Reserves on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.