LAST HOME GAME OF THE SEASON
24th April 2015
MYNYDD LLANDEGAI 0-2 LLANGEFNI
23rd April 2015
Goals from Craig Evans and Iwan Jones gave Llangefni another big 3 points at Mynydd Llandegai tonight. We knew it wasn't going to be an easy game but the belief is growing that we can achieve promotion and we are building serious momentum at the best possible time of the season. We now have 3 games left starting with Greenfield in our final home game of the season on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off. Once again please show your support and get behind the town!!!
REST IN PEACE HEFIN
22nd April 2015
Llangefni Town FC are very sad to hear about the passing of Hefin Jones this morning. Many people will know him as Hefin 'Bodffordd' and he contributed a lot of his time to junior and senior football in Llangefni over the years. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and we will pay our respects by observing a minute's silence before our home game against Greenfield on Saturday.
PENTRAETH 1-5 LLANGEFNI
21st April 2015
Llangefni carried on from where they left off against Trearddur Bay by comfortably beating local rivals Pentraeth 5-1 on their own patch. With four games to play in the space of eight days, Chris Roberts made a few changes to the line up and the players who came in didn't let him down. This shows how strong the squad is and how focused all the players are on gaining promotion. Craig Evans opened the scoring for Cefni after 20 minutes with a glancing header from a Calvin Owen throw in. Iwan Jones found the top corner with a powerful free-kick after 35 minutes to make it 2-0. Any hopes Pentraeth had of making a second half comeback were soon dashed when they conceded an own goal after 48 minutes and Paul Rowlands made it 4-0 with a left foot strike from outside the box after 53 minutes. Pentraeth scored a consolation goal with 15 minutes to go before substitute Llion Jones came on to score Llangefni's fifth with a well placed header. Our next opponents are Mynydd Llandegai on Thursday night, 6.30pm kick off.
GAERWEN RES 1-3 LLANGEFNI RES
20th April 2015
Llangefni Reserves got back to winning ways with a 3-1 victory against Gaerwen Reserves. It was a nice evening for a game and both sides were struggling to control and pass the ball on a hard, bobbly surface in the first 15 minutes. Arwel Williams and Gafyn Buckland should have scored for Cefni before Iwan Williams managed to beat the goalkeeper with a half volley from close range to give the visitors a 1-0 half-time lead. Gaerwen suffered another setback 3 minutes into the second half when Jason Williams shot was saved by the keeper but Dion Roberts was in the right place at the right time to score the rebound. Llangefni made sure of the win on 70 minutes when Jason Williams turned on the half-way line and played a great through ball to Iwan Williams who found the bottom corner with a very composed finish. Gaerwen managed to pull one back with ten minutes to go when Shaun Morris took advantage of some uncertainty at the back and lobbed the ball over the keeper from just inside the box. Both teams will meet again on Saturday at Gaerwen in the final group game of the Bwlch Car Boot Trophy, 2.30pm kick off.
TREARDDUR BAY 2-2 LLANGEFNI
18th April 2015
Steve Jones scored a dramatic late equaliser to give Llangefni a valuable point at league leaders Trearddur Bay. Dale Murphy and Craig Moore scored in the first 15 minutes to give the home side a 2-0 lead. Paul Rowlands pulled a goal back for Llangefni before half-time and Steve Jones's close range finish gave Cefni the point they deserved in the first minute of injury time. This once again shows the fantastic spirit and never say die attitude of the team. We now have a very busy week of fixtures starting with Pentraeth away on Tuesday night, 6.30pm kick off.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
17th April 2015
We would like to say a massive thank you for the support shown by the local people of Llangefni throughout this season, without your support there wouldn't be Llangefni Town FC and a club to be proud of for the youngsters of Llangefni to look forward to playing for in the future so thank you.
To show our appreciation we have decided to name one of the stands in honour of our supporters the "PYS". So once again thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the remaining 6 games of the season.
TREARDDUR BAY AWAY
17th April 2015
We'll be looking to strengthen our promotion push at current league leaders Trearddur Bay tomorrow afternoon, 2.30pm kick off. Since losing 2-1 at home to the same opponents, Llangefni have won 5 games in row, only conceding one goal in the process while Trearddur Bay have also been in great form.
GET BEHIND THE TOWN!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TASHA JONES
16th April 2015
Llangefni Town FC would like to congratulate Tasha Jones on her outstanding achievement of representing Wales Under 15's in the Bob Dockerty home nations tournament in Glasgow last week. Tash is the daughter of Llangefni legend Daron Jones and she watched her Father play for his local team from a very young age. Since 'Sion Billy' retired she's played for Prestatyn after Llangefni's team disbanded and was chosen to play for Wales after having trials with Cardiff and Newport. Tasha played against England and Scotland in the tournament that also included Ireland and Northen Ireland. Da Iawn Tasha, Llongyferchidau mawr gan Clwb Pel Droed Llangefni.
LLANGEFNI 3-0 AMLWCH
14th April 2015
Llangefni made it 5 wins in a row with a 3-0 win against Amlwch Town at Lon Talwrn. It wasn't a classic but it was a comfortable win for Cefni and another clean sheet. Iwan Jones opened the scoring with a tap in after half an hour when Amlwch's goalkeeper failed to hold onto James Saxon's cross. Amlwch worked very hard off the ball to try and deny the home team any space to play and the first-half ended 1-0. Llangefni stepped it up in the second half and made it 2-0 after 55 minutes when Sean Pritchard's low first time shot hit the back of the net after a cut back from Craig Evans. Iwan Jones scored his 2nd of the game and made sure of the 3 points when he fired in the rebound after the visitors keeper parried Andy Sinclair's header into his path. Now Llangefni must turn their attention to Saturday's game at league leaders Trearddur Bay (2.30pm KO). It's very tight at the top and a win on Saturday will give us a great chance of gaining promotion.
Tonight's 'stop the bus' was completed after the game in the clubhouse and Liam Ewing was the lucky winner.