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THURSDAY NIGHT TRAINING SESSION

20th October 2014

Thursday's training session will start 7.15pm on the athletics track next to the astroturf. All players will need to bring trainers.

LLANGEFNI RESERVES 0-2 BRO GORONWY

18th October 2014

After an even and uneventful first-half, Bro Goronwy's good form continued with second-half goals from Taylor Jones and Andy Williams. We have no complaints about the result and the goals we conceded were very sloppy. The reserves next game is at home to Llanfairpwll Reserves on Saturday where we'll be hoping to improve on Friday's second half performance. 

GR8 PERFORMANCE: LLANGEFNI TOWN 8-0 BETHESDA ATHLETIC

16th October 2014

GR8 PERFORMANCE: LLANGEFNI TOWN 8-0 BETHESDA ATHLETIC

Llangefni started this game 6 points behind Bethesda with 2 games in hand. I don't think anyone would have predicted this scoreline but Cefni produced a scintillating performance and layed down a marker for the rest of the season. Bethesda could have taken the lead after 25 minutes but Anthony Hughes blasted his penalty over the bar. That miss proved costly when Sean Pritchard's corner went in off the far post to give town the lead. Iwan Jones doubled Cefni's advantage 5 minutes later when he drilled a low shot into the far corner from a tight angle. The second goal had only just been announced when Calvin Owen made it 3-0 before half-time. 

The first half display was good but some of the football Llangefni played in the second half was outstanding. Chris and Rob must be delighted with the performance and the way they've bounced back after the dissapointment of losing to St Asaph in the Welsh Cup. Sean Pritchard went on to complete his hat-trick, Iwan Jones scored his second of the game and striker Richard Owen came off the bench to bag a brace. Craig Evans may not have got himself on the scoresheet but he was involved in most of the goals and his unselfish runs made the space for other players to score. Bethesda had a few chances but struggled to hit the target and rarely troubled Liam Ewing in goal. It turned out to be a very good night for Llangefni in front of a decent crowd. The next game at Lon Talwrn is on Friday night when Llangefni Reserves take on Bro Goronwy in the Anglesey league, 7.00pm kick off.

LLANGEFNI V BETHESDA ATHLETIC

14th October 2014

The first team will be back in action tomorrow night against Bethesda Athletic at Lon Talwrn. The league game will kick off at 7.30pm, please show your support.

SQUEEZE COMES BACK HOME

10th October 2014

Today we are pleased to announce that Graham "Squeeze" Jones has signed back for his hometown club Llangefni. Graham had not intended to play football again after some injuries led him to retire early, but at only 30 years of age he knew that he was to young and had to much ability to retire now, he started this season off with Gaerwen FC. Now that he has the buzz back to play football he said he can't wait to put the Llangefni Shirt on once more. Graham is a player that has also come up through the Llangefni junior setup and is a player that manager Chris Roberts knows well, having been his captain at Glantraeth where they had that fantastic season of winning the league and four cups. Chris knows exactly what Squeeze will bring to his side and is confident that he will prove to be a another important signing for Llangefni come the end of the season. We are excited and welcome Squeeze back to Llangefni.

We would also like to thank Mathew Thomas and everyone who was involved at Gaerwen FC for waving the seven days notice and getting everything done quickly for us, Thank You.

THE BEST HALLOWEEN PARTY IN TOWN

9th October 2014

THE BEST HALLOWEEN PARTY IN TOWN

SATURDAY NOVEMBER THE 1ST AT LLANGEFNI TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB WITH A GUEST DJ ON THE NIGHT. THE DOORS OPEN AT 7.00PM, ENTRY WILL BE FREE IF YOU ATTEND IN A COSTUME OTHERWISE IT WILL BE £3. HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE

KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY

7th October 2014

KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY

There will be a kids halloween party at the club on Wednesday the 29th of October. 10 years and under will start at 5.00pm and finish 6.30pm. The 11 years and over party will start 7.00pm and fnish 9.00pm. There will be a DISCO, Hot Dogs, Cold Drinks, Games and plenty of sweets. The entry fee is £1.

WELSH CUP ROUND 1: LLANGEFNI 3-6 ST ASAPH CITY

4th October 2014

WELSH CUP ROUND 1: LLANGEFNI 3-6 ST ASAPH CITY

Llangefni are out of the Welsh Cup after losing 6-3 to St Asaph City at Lon Talwrn. The first half an hour was an even contest with both teams looking up for the game. Craig Evans who's been excellent this season had a great chance to score after a poor clearance by the goalkeeper but his shot went over the bar. The visitors took the lead when the ball was scrambled in from close range. A St Asaph player handled the ball in the build up to the goal but the referee waved play on and they took full advantage of the situation. They made it 2-0 before half-time when a well taken free-kick from at least 25 yards out crashed against the underside of the crossbar and a St Asaph player was the first to react to tap the ball over the line.

Chris and Rob were looking for a positive response from the players in the second half and should have pulled a goal back but Calvin Owen's close range header went over the bar. 2 minutes later St Asaph scored their third and before Cefni knew it, they were 5-0 down with 25 minutes to go. The players were now playing for pride and to be fair to them, they nearly staged an incredible comeback. Iwan Jones headed in Llangefni's first and Craig Evans got the second with nice finish from inside the area. Suddenly St Asaph were panicking and substitute Richard Owen made it 5-3 with 10 minutes to go. Llangefni were having a real go but St Asaph managed to get out of their half and break away to make 6-3 which ended any hopes of a late comeback. There's no doubt the management will be disappointed with some of the goals conceded but I think we created as many chances as the visitors and the last 25 minutes shows the team has plenty of quality and character to bounce back from this defeat.

FIRST TEAM ENTERTAIN ST ASAPH CITY IN THE WELSH CUP

3rd October 2014

FIRST TEAM ENTERTAIN ST ASAPH CITY IN THE WELSH CUP

St Asaph City are the visitors to Talwrn Road tommorrow in the FAW Welsh Cup Round 1. Kick Off is 2.00pm and we would appreciate your support.

Lets all get behind the town

RESERVES GAME POSTPONED

3rd October 2014

RESERVES GAME POSTPONED

The league game between Valley Athletic and Llangefni Reserves tomorrow has been postponed after an incident in the stands last night.

The game itself was played in a good spirit and we appreciate that both the Llangefni Town Football Club & Valley Athletic players and coaches had no involvement in what occurred.

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