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15th January 2018

Enillwyr Ionawr/January Winners

£25 Thomas Roberts, 39 Bro Tudur, Llangefni. (108)

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

£10 Catherine Jones, Maes Derwydd, Llangefni. (104)

FAW TROPHY 5TH ROUND VICTORY

14th January 2018

Llangefni Town progressed through to the Quarter Finals of the FA Wales Trophy after beating Pembrokeshire league side Hakin United 3 - 1. 


An evenly-contested first half hour with both sides trying to figure each other out. Cefni were dominant in possession and the visitors were well organised and very dangerous on the counter with their quick passing and one touch play.   


With thirty two minutes on the clock, a Harry Galeotti corner was headed in by Dan Thomas to put Cefni 1 up.  Looking to bounce back before the break, three minutes later a quick interchanging move by the visitors and a shot by Ryan Wilson was saved by Sinclair in Cefni’s goal and then cleared. 


Within seven minutes of the restart, Llangefni Town got their noses further ahead as Cai Powell-Roberts found Paul Rowlands.  Usually the provider, this time the in-form winger added his name to the score sheet, beating his man to curl in Cefni’s second from outside the area. 


United, facing a four and a half hour trip home weren’t going to admit defeat yet. With twenty minutes to go an excellent individual run by Ben Fawcett, who took on Cefni’s back line from a wide position, he skipped around couple of tackles to fire the ball in to the roof of the net from 10 yards.  2-1. This gave Hakin some glimpse of hope but the home side showed their defensive qualities and put the game to bed on 77 minutes, Craig Roberts who was through on goal unselfishly squared the ball to Galeotti to tap the ball in to give Llangefni the 3-1 win.  


LLANBERIS 0-4 LLANGEFNI TOWN

8th January 2018

Harry Galeotti scored all four goals as Llangefni strolled to a comfortable victory at Llanberis on Saturday. The visitors were 1-0 up at half-time but the floodgates well and truly opened in the second half as Galeotti added another 3 goals to the one he scored in the first half. This was an important win for Cefni and it leaves us a point behind leaders Conwy after 14 games. Next Saturday we welcome Hakin Utd to Lon Talwrn in the Welsh Trophy, 1.30pm kick off.

Meanwhile our reserves put in a good performance against Denbigh Town Res but eventually lost 4-2 on the 3G surface in Bangor. Gary Griffiths scored to make it 1-1 in the first half and Aaron Rickards pulled a goal back to make it 2-3 with ten minutes to go. But Denbigh made sure of the points five minutes later when they capitalised on a mistake to make it 2-4. 

23rd December 2017

Fel Clwb hoffem ddymuno Nadolig Llawen i’n cefnogwyr, chwaraewyr, tim hyfforddi, ein noddwyr, ein timau iau, tim hyfforddi y timau iau a´r rhieni, dilynwyr facebook a twitter a phawb sydd wedi bod yn rhan o´r Clwb eleni.

Rydym yn ddiolchgar iawn i chi gyd am eich cefnogaeth teyrngar dros y flwyddyn diwethaf a drwy hyn helpu i wneud y Clwb yn llwyddiannus.

Gobeithio gwelwn i chi gyd yn Lôn Talwrn yn erbyn Llanrug ar Ragfyr 30ain a thrwy gydol 2018, gan gobeithio am flwyddyn llwyddiannus arall.

 

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As a Club we would like to wish all of our supporters, players, management team, sponsors, junior players, coaches, parents, twitter and facebook followers and everyone who has been involved with the Club in someway a very Merry Christmas.

We are very grateful to you all for all of your support over the past year and thank you all so much for making our Club a success.

We hope to see you all at Lôn Talwrn on December 30th for our match against Llanrug and throughout 2018 for hopefully a very successful year yet again

 

RESERVES TO RESUME FIXTURES IN JANUARY

21st December 2017

Our reserves will resume their league fixtures starting on the 6th of January after manager Gafyn Buckland returned from a 3 month spell coaching in America. The team suffered two heavy defeats after he left which resulted in a few players leaving the club and some decided to stop playing all together. Upon his return, Gafyn revealed he has a few new signings in the pipeline and is optimistic about the future "It wasn't an easy decision to leave in September but I couldn't turn down the opportunity to work, learn and improve as a coach in a different country. My intention was always to come back and finish the job I started. When I took over as manager 2 and a half years ago, the main aim was to develop young local players and help them make the step up from the reserves to the first team. As far as I'm concerned nothing's changed and I'm delighted that several players have gone on to make their 1st team debuts, but to stay at that level they need to keep working hard as well as show the right attitude and commitment. We're giving players the chance to progress at their hometown club and it's up to them to grab the opportunity with both hands. Simple things like answering calls, replying to text messages, turning up to training and games on time is the minimum we expect from any player at the club. We're playing in a high level reserve league which can be unforgiving at times. It's vital that the players stick together, even more so after a heavy defeat. We have a hectic few months ahead of us because we have a lot of games to play but I'm looking forward to the challenge. C'mon the Town!!!". The reserves have a friendly against Llangefni U16's this Saturday at Rhostrehwfa, 1.30pm kick off.


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