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25th July 2021

Corrig McGonigle’s added time penalty pinched the points for Conwy in a match where Llangefni had the fair share of chances. 

Rory Crowther kept Conwy in the game with fine first half saves from Buckland’s shot and Saxons free-kick. Llangefni should also have been awarded a penalty when Jake Jones was tripped inside the area. 

Conwy came more into the match in the second half, Cory Williams and Conor Davies creating half chances, which were dealt with comfortably by Cefni’s stopper Sinclair.  

On 87 minutes, Cefni thought they had grabbed a deserved winner, a Jake Jones cross to Steffan Jones, his header hitting the keepers back and Will Hughes volley went agonisingly wide from resulting corner.  

In the dying moments of the match, a penalty was awarded and converted by McGonigle to give Conwy the 3 points. 

Next up is Airbus away on Tuesday, 7:30 kickoff


17th July 2021

497 diwrnod yn ddiweddarach!!
497 days later!!

Competitive football was back at Cae Bob Parry and coincidently, today’s opponent Prestatyn Town were the last team we played on 6 March 2020.  

In the scorching heat, it took some time for both teams to get going, Steve Sinclair in Cefni’s goal dealt with Jamie Reed’s header and Blackwell-Jones’s  effort going over the bar early on.  

On 22 minutes, Llangefni had their best chance on the half.  Good interchanging play down right, a cross from Steffan Jones found Leon Buckland inside the area, his half-volley forcing a fantastic save from Niki-lee Bulmer who was in between the sticks for Prestatyn Town.  

First minute into the second half, the visitors were awarded a needless free kick. The ball was whipped in from just outside the area for Ian Kearney to head in the opener. 1-0 Prestatyn.  

It was 2-0 on 68 minutes.  Second goal being a carbon copy of the first, free kick taken by Charlie Mann, Ashley Ruane this time getting up the highest to double the lead.  

Llangefni came to life with 20 minutes to go, a change of formation which posed a more attacking threat.  This paid off on 80 minutes, Gari Owen smashing the ball in from a tight angle following a fine individual run down the right.  

Llangefni pushed on in search of an equaliser, Jacks Smith’s shot forced Bulmer into making the save of the match and Summers-Jones effort going agonisingly wide, but wasn’t to be for Cefni, as the match finished 2-1 for Prestatyn. 

Next up, Conwy Borough away in the Cymru North League.  2:30 kickoff


14th July 2021

🏆Nathaniel MG cup. 

Home this Saturday v Prestatyn Town

Pay on the gate is available or if you would like to get in quicker then get your tickets below.

Llangefni Town v Bangor City

29th June 2021

Dyma’r linc argyfer prynu tocyn i’r gêm gyfeillgar yn erbyn Bangor City, nos Wener yma.  

Here is the link to buy tickets for our friendly match v Bangor City, this Friday.


12th May 2021


Llangefni Town FC can confirm that Alwyn R Jones will be departing from his role as chairman. Alwyn was pinnacle in his work in getting the new floodlights sorted for Cae Bob Parry and over the years his endless work on and off the pitch has not gone unnoticed! From everyone at the club can we thank you for all your services over the years and we wish you the very best. ⚽️🔵

Gall Clwb Pêl-droed Llangefni Town gadarnhau y bydd Alwyn R Jones yn gwyro oddi wrth ei rôl fel cadeirydd. Roedd Alwyn yn binacl yn ei waith yn cael trefn ar y llifoleuadau newydd ar gyfer Cae Bob Parry a dros y blynyddoedd nid yw ei waith diddiwedd ar y cae ac oddi arno wedi mynd heb i neb sylwi! O bawb yn y clwb, a allwn ni ddiolch i chi am eich holl wasanaethau dros y blynyddoedd a dymunwn y gorau i chi. ⚽️🔵

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