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EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE EARNS A POINT FOR RESERVES VS BANGOR

22nd January 2020

Ft' Bangor City Reserves 2-2 Llangefni Town Reserves

Llangefni scorers: Steven Jones, Cai Williams. 

Cai Penny Williams scored on his debut to earn Llangefni Town Reserves a point against unbeaten Bangor City Res on Tuesday night. The youngsters were outstanding against a team full of experienced 1st team regulars and played some great football at Nantporth. Agyeamang carried on from his where he left off against our 1st team on Friday by opening the scoring from close range after 25 minutes. Back came Llangefni and Steven Jones lobbed the ball over the keeper from just outside the box to make it 1-1. Cauterucci, another player who started on Friday scored City's second after 37 minutes with a far post header. Will Hughes blazed over a good chance for Cefni just before the break but the visitors were still very much in this game. Both teams had good chances in the second half and Tyler French was in great form in goal for Llangefni. The equaliser came in the 85th minute when substitute Cai Williams ran on to a through ball and his header bounced in despite the on rushing keeper's best efforts to tip it over the bar. Both teams were going for the win right up to the final whistle but 2-2 draw was a fair result and the youngsters can be very proud of their performance. On Saturday the reserves travel to Denbigh for the semi-final of the league cup, 2pm ko.

RESERVES FRUSTRATED AFTER DRAW VS LLANBERIS

20th January 2020

Ft' Llangefni Town Reserves 1-1 Llanberis Reserves

Llangefni scorer: Dion Owen

Llangefni Town Reserves will be slightly disappointed they didn't win against Llanberis on Saturday after creating so many chances in the second half. Dion Owen gave Llangefni the lead with a side foot volley into the far corner after a good corner by Luke Waller. Celt Moss scored the equaliser for the visitors after taking advantage of a defensive mix up just before half time. Will Hughes, Keenan Latham and Steven Jones had good chances to win the game for the Town in the second half but the Llanberis keeper was in great form to deny them. Manager Gafyn Buckland was happy with the overall performance but disappointed that his team couldn't find the winner after creating so many chances. Next up for the Reserves is Bangor City Res away on Tuesday night, 7.30pm ko.

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13th January 2020

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Clwb 100 Club

13th January 2020

Enillwyr Ionawr/January Winners

£25 Gavin Stuart, Llangefni. (115)

£15 Roy Williams, Llanfairfechan. (106)

£10 Terry Owen, Porthaethwy. (51)

HARRY SCORES LATE WINNER FOR RESERVES IN ST ASAPH

13th January 2020

Ft' - St Asaph Res 2-3 Llangefni Town Res

Llangefni scorers: Steven Jones x2, Harry Jones

Llangefni Town Reserves came away from St Asaph with 3 points on Saturday after an injury time winner from Harry Jones. St Asaph Reserves started brightly and were awarded a penalty for a foul after 20 minutes.  The spot kick hit the post but his team mate was first to the rebound and he tucked it away to make it 1-0. Steven Jones scored a crucial equaliser from close range just before half-time after good work from Jack Edwards. This meant Llangefni went in 1-1 at half-time knowing they would have a strong wind behind them in the second half. Steven Jones got his second to make it 2-1 to the visitors after heading in a Will Hughes corner on the hour. Hughes and Harry Jones had chances to put the game beyond St Asaph but was denied by the goalkeeper on several occasions. St Asaph launched a rare attack with 5 minutes to go and were fortunate to be awarded another penalty after the ball bounced up and hit Aron Edwards’ hand. He had no time to get his hand out of the way but the referee once again had no hesitation and pointed to the spot. This penalty found the bottom corner and Llangefni couldn’t believe they were level after again after creating so many chances in the second half. There was time for one last attack for the visitors. Will Hughes received the ball on the right wing before cutting inside to deliver the ball into the box. Harry Jones found himself unmarked and made no mistake with a half volley to win the game deep into injury time for the youngsters. This was a good game of football considering the conditions played between 2 very good young teams, and it was pleasing to see the Llangefni lads getting the win their performance deserved.  


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