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17th December 2014


A referees Course at Llangefni Town F C on Monday 19th January at 6-45pm

It is very important all clubs try and have someone attend the referees course as Anglesey is VERY SHORT of referees, and clubs do complain about the travelling expenses when referees have to be appointed
From off the Island

Well this is your opportunity to get the expenses down, try and speak to ex players, to see if they are interested
In attending the referees course, the age limit is 14 years of age and over, the cost of the course will be £14 and will last about 5 weeks

If you would like further information then contact Brian Lawlor 01407- 753502


16th December 2014

At last we now have the chance to get a run of league games going starting at Amlwch this Saturday. We have only played 9 games in the league so far this season and have many games in hand over most of the other clubs in our league so the focus is now on picking up the points to take us up the league. kick off this Saturday is 2.00pm and we will be in our Yellow kit. 


14th December 2014


Llangefni progressed to the next round of the Mawddach Challenge cup after coming back from 2-0 down to beat St Asaph in a thrilling game at Lon Talwrn. There were a few changes to the starting line up from Wednesday night's win against Gaerwen but we have a big squad and Chris saw this an ideal opportunity to give players some game time. Cefni found themselves 2-0 down after half an hour and it was looking like a third defeat in as many games against St Asaph this season but the game changed when Rich Owen found himself one on one with the keeper and cooly slotted the ball past him to give Town a lifeline before half time.

Llangefni started the second half the way they ended the first and they could sense that the visitors were there for the taking. Rich Owen was brought down in the 6 yard box and a penalty was awarded. Craig Evans spot kick was saved but St Asaph failed to clear the ball and Evans produced a trademark header into the far corner after a great cross from Kieran Lewis, 2-2! with half an hour left the visitors came back into the game and had a good 5 minute spell where debutant Gwyndaf Owen pulled off a great save and Lee Jones cleared the ball off the line. The game was heading for extra time when Dylan Williams who was making his full debut for the first team got his reward for an excellent performance. Dylan found himself unmarked at the far post and his downward header beat the keeper to make it 3-2 and give Llangefni a well deserved win. This game was all about character and determination which the players showed in abundance. The win gives Cefni good momentum going into the Christmas period and Chris will be looking for more of the same when we travel to Amlwch next weekend.

St Asaph the visitors AGAIN!!!

12th December 2014

Tomorrow saturday the 13th sees St Asaph city visit Cae bob parry for the third time this year and we are still yet to play each other in the league. Tomorrow it is the Mawddach cup and kick off is 1.45pm the support the other night was fantastic and we would appreciate the same again thanks.


11th December 2014


Llangefni achieved a comfortable home win over neighbours Gaerwen on a very windy night at Lon Talwrn. Town got off to a flyer when Sean Pritchard found himself unmarked at the far post and did well to keep his first time shot low to put Cefni 1-0 up after 5 minutes. Craig Evans made it 2-0 after 20 minutes with a cool finish from inside the box which gave the visitors a mountain to climb. To be fair to Gaerwen, they looked dangerous on the break and managed to pull a goal back just before half-time when Gary Jo Owen beat the offside trap to poke the ball past Liam Ewing in goal. Llangefni came out in the second half looking to restore a two goal advantage and put the game beyond their opponents. It only took Craig Evans a few minutes to grab his second of the game when he was first to capitalise on a fumble by the goalkeeper and Iwan Jones who was probably offside did well to resist the temptation of helping the ball over the line. Cefni were now in full control of the game and substitute Kieran Lewis sealed the victory when a clearance cannoned off him and over the goalkeeper into the net. Chris Roberts and the rest of the coaching staff must be delighted with the effort of the players and the quality of the teams passing in difficult conditions. The game ended 4-1 and a special mention has to go to the crowd who's fantastic support is very much appreciated.


9th December 2014

Tomorrow night sees Gaerwen FC visit lon talwrn in the league kick off is 7.30pm. 


7th December 2014

Llangefni went down 2-1 to very good St Asaph City side. Th game started with a very quick tempo with both sides going close. The first opportunity fell to City as they saw a shot cannon back off the post. Then Cefni went up the field and did the same. Half Time score was 0-0 and it was a very tight game which could go either way. Just after the break saw a mix-up between the Cefni GK and defenders which the ball cam out to the City forward who converted to make it 1-0. An injury to Paul Rowlands meant that Cefni had to make a change and on came James Saxon. Cefni looked the most likely to score by now and thats exactly what happened on 72 minutes as james saxon picked out Sean Pritchard with A pin point cross which Sean then headed back accross goal for Craig Evans to volley the ball into the roof of the net. Both teams by now where counter attacking and it was city who got their reward as they broke on the counter and squared the ball to Duncan Midgley who calmley converted to make it 2-1. With around 15 minutes left to play Cefni where pushing and pushing for the equalizer and a cracking through ball to Calvin Owen saw the linesman give an offside decision which baffled the whole crowd and he was through on goal. The final whistle was blown and St Asaph City progressed into the next round. We wish them all the best in the next round and look forward to their return on saturday in the Mawddach Cup.


7th December 2014

Gethin Rowlands scored deep into injury time to salvage a draw for Holy Isle in a very entertaining game at Millbank. Llangefni knew if they could keep a clean sheet in the first half against a strong wind they would stand a very good chance of getting at least a point out of this game. After 10 minutes a Dylan Williams free-kick caused havoc in the area and Llion Vaughn Jones managed to bundle the ball in from close range to give Cefni the lead. New signing Gwyndaf Owen was having a great game in goal for Llangefni and produced a top class save to deny Holy Isle an equaliser. The home team had a few more chances before half-time but were unable to convert them.

After some good defending in the first-half, Cefni knew they would be able to attack more in the second half with the wind behind them. Gerallt Roberts was doing a great job of leading the line for the visitors and linking up well with Llion as they did against Llanfairpwll last week. The game was opening up with Llangefni having most of the play but Holy Isle were still looking dangerous on the break. Youngsters Connor Gordon and Iwan Williams were brought on and they both had chances to kill the game off but the scorline remained 1-0 with the game going into injury time. In the 5th minute of added time, Gethin Rowlands found space on the right hand side and showed his quality when he spotted Gwyndaf slightly off his line and was able to chip the ball over him and into the far corner. The game ended about 30 seconds later and a draw was a fair result. Next up for Llangefni Reserves is a trip to Cemaes Bay in the Huws Gray Megan Cup.


5th December 2014

Tommorrow we entertain St Asaph City in the Take Stock Van Hire Cup. Kick off is 1.45pm and match referee is Arwyn Griffiths.

Once again we would appreciate the continued support that you have all shown so far this season. Thank you


4th December 2014

This weeks jackpot is £100. It's £1 a go and all you have to do is predict 5 correct results (win, lose or draw). Coupons are available behind the bar at the railway. 

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