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Clwb 100 Club

13th April 2018

Enillwyr Ebrill/April Winners

£25 Alun Gruffydd, Hen Fuarth, Rhostrehwfa. (79)

£15 Carwyn Williams, 169 Pencraig, Llangefni. (7)

£10 Eifion Hughes, 40 Isgraig, Llangefni. (95) 

Clwb 100 Club

27th March 2018

Enillwyr Mawrth/March Winners

£25. Dylan Owen, 13 Gerddi Taf, Caerdydd. (17)

£15. N Goss, Glan y Coed, Dwygyfylchi. (61) 

£10. Elwyn Jones, Maes Derwydd Llangefni (16) 

Draw away to Albion

25th March 2018

Llangefni Town drew 1-1 with Llandudno Albion in a high tempo match at Llandudno’s Maes Du Park. 

Cefni were made to work hard against Albion, who are unbeaten in the last 15 matches. Town’s Jack Williams scored with a diving header at the far post just past the hour to cancel out Daniel Evans opener.

The visitors started brightly and carved out the first chance of the game as Mcminimee got on the ball on the right and cut inside, only for the winger to lash the ball over the bar. Chris Roberts men enjoyed the bulk of possession in the opening half, moving the ball well on the 3G pitch, but Albion were looking dangerous especially at set pieces.  

The opener came from a corner, Daniel Evans getting on the end of a half cleared ball to fire in from 12 yards.  

Instant changes were made by Llangefni in search of an equaliser.  The changes paid off 10 minutes later with substitute Craig Roberts beating his man out wide on the right, to deliver an inch perfect cross to to the on coming Jack Williams at the far post to secure a point.  

Next up is Barmouth & Dyffryn Away on Saturday 31 March then we travel to Llandyrnog on Easter Monday.  


The reserves also secured a valuable point in a 6 goal thriller at home to Llanrug United. Llangefni’s goals came from Aaron Rickards, Cameron Jones and Keenan Latham.  


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.


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. 

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