LLANGEFNI TOWN 1-1 LLANERCHYMEDD
26th February 2015
Deion Evans's second half free-kick cancelled out Iwan Jones's first half penalty in this hard fought local derby at Lon Talwrn. Llangefni were the better team in the first half and were rewarded for their bright start when a penalty was given for a foul just inside the box. Iwan Jones stepped up and cooly slotted the ball past the keeper into the bottom corner after 10 minutes. Llanerchymedd struggled to create any chances and Cefni looked more likely to score the second goal as the half-time whistle approached. The second half was the opposite of the first half and the visitors started coming into the game. Llanerchymedd got their equaliser after 55 minutes when Deion Evans found the top corner with a powerful free-kick, leaving Liam Ewing with no chance of saving it. In a game of few chances, both teams were determined not to lose this one and a draw was probably a fair result. A point leaves Llangefni in 5th place but there are still 13 league games to go and we are yet to play the top 2 home or away so it's going to be an interesting end to the season. The next game is at Mynydd Llandegai on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.
LLANERCHYMEDD THE VISITORS
24th February 2015
A mouth watering fixture tomorrow night as Llanerchymedd visit Lon Talwrn in a League clash you won't want to miss. Kick Off is 7.30pm and referee if Mike Gillham of Denbigh.
GET BEHIND THE TOWN !!!!!!!!
LLANGEFNI TOWN FC DARTS COMPETITION
24th February 2015
Sunday's darts competition was a big success and we would like to thank Jamie Roberts, Sion Taylor and Gary King for all their hard work. It was a great day and we're hoping there will be another competition at the club in the next few months.
We would also like to congratulate Aled Owen who beat David Jones in the final and thanks to everyone who took part on the day.
BART SIGNS FOR THE TOWN
23rd February 2015
Bart Slezok has today signed for Llangefni Town having previously played under manager Chris Roberts at Glantraeth. Bart is a fantastic addition to the squad and will be eligable to play in the midweek fixture against Llanerchymedd on Wednesday night.
KINMEL BAY 2-1 LLANGEFNI TOWN
22nd February 2015
Match report to follow.
LLANGOED 1-3 LLANGEFNI RESERVES
22nd February 2015
Llangefni Reserves got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win at Llangoed. 17 year old Connor Gordon opened the scoring for Cefni after 15 minutes when he latched on to Arwel Williams's through ball and poked it past the keeper into the bottom corner. It wasn't long before Connor scored his second and what a goal it was. His first time shot from 25 yards out flew into the top corner and left Llangoed's keeper with no chance of saving it. Anyone who's seen Llangoed over the years will know that they never give up and got the goal they deserved 5 minutes before half-time. Defender Mark Jones instinctively put his hand out to stop a shot and the referee was right to give a penalty but what colour would the card be? After giving it a lot of thought he brandished a yellow card. Some Llangoed players were asking for a red but I think it would have been harsh because the keeper might have saved it if there was no handball. Llangoed scored the penalty and the first half ended 2-1. Cefni made it 3-1 ten minutes into the second half when a Llangoed player diverted the ball into his own net from a Llangefni corner. The rest of the half was end to end and both teams could and probably should have scored more. Llangefni welcome Llangoed to Lon Talwrn next week in what promises to be another entertaining game.
LLANGEFNI TOWN 3-2 PENMAENMAWR PHEONIX
13th February 2015
Llangefni made it 5 wins in a row and have now gone 9 games unbeaten in all competitions with a 3-2 win against Penmaenmawr Phoenix on Friday night. There's no doubt that the away team have improved since the first game of the season when Cefni won 7-0 and they looked very dangerous on the break with plenty of pace up front. Llangefni dominated the first half and took the lead thanks to a Iwan Jones penalty after half and hour. Town doubled their advantage after 55 mintes when Craig Evans found the bottom corner with a glancing header. 10 minutes later Penmaenmawr won a dubious penalty which they converted to make the scoreline 2-1. Iwan Jones scored his second of the game and Cefni's third with a great free-kick from 25 yards after 70 minutes. The visitors made it a nervy ending when they scored again to make it 3-2 with 5 minutes to go but Llangefni held on and got the win they deserved. Not the best performance but the 3 points could prove to be vital come the end of the season. Llangefni's next game is away to Kinmel Bay in the Mawddach cup on Saturday. The match will be played on Llandudno's 3G pitch and it's a 1.45pm kick off.
PENMAENMAWR PHOENIX THE VISITORS
10th February 2015
Penmaenmawr Phoenix are the visitors to Lon Talwrn this Frdiay night in a league match with kick off 7.30pm.
The clubhouse will be open at 6.00pm for our supporters. £2.50 A PINT on selected lagers before the match and at half time
Get behind The Town
9th February 2015
There will be a Darts Competition at Llangefni Town Clubhouse on Sunday the 22nd of February.
If you would like to play in this knockout competition entry fee is £5 and you need to be at the club to sign in between 10am and 11am on the day.
Prize money and trophies will be handed out to the winner and runners up.
But if you don't see yourself as a bit of a Phil Taylor just come along watch some darts, shout 180 and enjoy a good pint or two.
MAWDDACH CUP DRAW
8th February 2015
Today we were sent the amended Mawddach Cup third round draw, the draw in full was as follows:
Bethesda Ath/Amlwch Town v Kimmel Bay/Llangefni Town
Clan Conwy/Llanrwst Utd v Barmouth/Mynydd Llandegai
Holywell Town/Trearddur Bay v Pwllheli/Gaerwen
Llanrug Utd/Glantraeth v Greenfield/Llanerchymedd