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NEXT UP - BANGOR CITY FC

31st July 2015

NEXT UP - BANGOR CITY FC

Llangefni Town FC are preparing for their first game up at our Lon Talwrn ground, as Welsh Premier side Bangor City are the visitors on Tuesday the 4th of August. Kick off is at 7.45pm. This is a friendly we are really looking forward to. And we know that Bangor City have a large following of die hard supporters so it is promising to be an exciting atmosphere. 

Admission:
£4.00 – Adults
£1.00 – Pensioners
Free  – Under 16s

#showyoursupport   #yourlocalfootballclub   #locallads

THREE MORE SIGNINGS FOR THE TOWN

29th July 2015

THREE MORE SIGNINGS FOR THE TOWN

Llangefni Town have secured the services of three more great players for this season.

Marl "Pip" Briggs: Pip began last season with Gaerwen FC where he caught the eye of the Llangefni manager. A good composed centre half who has great feet and likes a tackle. Pip can read the game well and is a great addition to Llangefni Town.

Anthony Hughes: Anthony was the captain of Chris's title winning side at Glantraeth in 2011/12. Ant brings experience to the side as well as his non stop work-rate and goals. He played for Bethesda Athletic last season and scored a total of 29 goals for them.

Kieran Williams: Goalkeeper Kieran or "Chuckles" as he is known was also a part of manager Chris Roberts's side at Glantraeth. Kieran has experience of higher level football with Llangefni Town and Porthmadog. Kieran is a great keeper and a fantastic addition.

We would like to welcome all three of the to Llangefni Town FC. 

FRIENDLY TONIGHT AT CAERNARFON TOWN

28th July 2015

We have just been asked to fill in for Penrhyndeudraeth who have cancelled their friendly with Caernarfon Town at the Oval tonight and have accepted their offer.

#showyoursupport 

ABERYSTWYTH 3-0 LLANGEFNI

25th July 2015

ABERYSTWYTH 3-0 LLANGEFNI

Manager Chris Roberts can be very proud of his players after a respectable 3-0 defeat against Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth Town. With six first team players unavailable, Llangefni fielded a very young starting line up with four players who were under 18. It was a nightmare start for Cefni after Liam Ewing conceded a penalty in the first minute but he redeemed himself by saving Rhys Griffiths' spot kick. With Aberystwyth having most of the possession, Llangefni had to be organised and alert to the oppositions movement off the ball. Aberystwyth took the lead after six minutes when Griffiths found himself unmarked in the box and headed Geoff Kellaway's cross into the far corner, 1-0. Cefni settled down a bit after the goal and started keeping hold of possession as well as creating a couple of chances. Craig Evans headed wide from a Llion Vaughn cross and Steven Jones header from just inside box was straight at the keeper. Aberystwyth looked very dangerous from set pieces but Ewing and the defence coped well considering the oppositions height advantage. Aber doubled their advantage ten minutes into the second half when former Llangefni favourite Darren Thomas skipped three challenges before squaring it to Griffiths who controlled the ball before slotting it passed Kieran Williams, 2-0. Five minutes later it was 3-0 when Kellaway's cross was turned into his own net by Andy Sinclair. Llangefni heads could have gone down at this point but instead came the team's best spell of the match. Craig Evans rattled the underside of the crossbar with a shot from 25 yards. Connor Gordon was first to the rebound but was unable to direct his header passed the keeper. Gordon then struck a powerful half volley centimeters wide of the goal. The impressive Paul Rowlands was just just off target with his shot and Lee Surmans' lob went over the bar for Aber. Llangefni can definitely take a lot of positives from this game and we would like to thank Aberystwyth Town FC for their hospitality. We would also like to thank all the supporters that traveled down to watch the game.

Our next pre-season friendly is against newly promoted Cymru Alliance side Holywell on Saturday the 1st of August, 2.00pm kick off. Please come and show your support.

RESERVES AUGUST / SEPTEMBER FIXTURES

24th July 2015

20/08/2015 - Away - League - Porthmadog Reserves (7.30pm)

29/08/2015 - Away - League - Blaenau Ffestiniog Res (2.30pm)*

04/09/2015 - Home - League - Llanberis Reserves (7.30pm)

25/09/2015 - Home - League - Trearddur Bay Res (7.30pm)

Cup games between 04/09 and 25/09. 

* Blaenau game could be moved due to groundhop at Llangefni Town FC on the same day.

BODORGAN 0-4 LLANGEFNI RESERVES

23rd July 2015

BODORGAN 0-4 LLANGEFNI RESERVES

Llangefni Reserves beat Anglesey League side Bodorgan FC 4-0 on Wednesday night thanks to goals from Gareth Hughes, James McMinimee (2) and Rhydian Owens. It was a good performance from the youngsters and McMinimee's scored the best goal of the evening with a well placed free kick from the edge of the box. We'd like to thank Bodorgan for the friendly and wish them all the best for the coming season. 

JOHN ROCK MEMORIAL TROPHY

23rd July 2015

This Sunday the 26th of July, the KonX Wales Anglesey League Champions VALLEY play the Dargie Cup Winners CEMAES BAY at the ISGRAIG field in Llangefni, Kick-off 2pm.

The match is in memory of John [Rock] Roberts with the game proceeds going to TY Gobaith.

SO COME ALONG AND LEND YOUR SUPPORT, or if you are with a Gwynedd League club come and check out the `new’ opposition. Then, again, if you are with a KWAFL club come along and see if you think you can stop Valley sweeping the honours. Whatever reason it’s for a good cause so come and pay at the gate, a cofio John.

SEPTEMBER FIXTURES

21st July 2015

05/09/2015  -  Away  -  League  -  Glan Conwy

12/09/2015  -  Home  -  League  -  Llanrug United

19/09/2015  -  Welsh Trophy Round 2

26/09/2015  -  Away  -  League  -  Glantraeth

This fixtures page of the website has been updated. 

ABERYSTWYTH AWAY THIS SATYRDAY THE 25TH OF JULY

21st July 2015

ABERYSTWYTH AWAY THIS SATYRDAY THE 25TH OF JULY

YOUNGSTERS SHINE AS LLANGEFNI LOSE TO LLANERCHYMEDD

20th July 2015

YOUNGSTERS SHINE AS LLANGEFNI LOSE TO LLANERCHYMEDD

With many first team players unavailable, Chris Roberts saw this game as an ideal opportunity to give several youngsters a chance to impress before the new season. New signings Anthony Hughes and Pip Briggs were also given a run out and Cefni took the lead through Steve Jones after 20 minutes. A fantastic through ball by James McMinimee found the run of new signing Anthony Hughes who lobbed the keeper only to see the ball hit the crossbar. Llanerchymedd equalised through Mathew Jones and the visitors scored again just before half-time to make it 2-1. Llangefni made 10 changes at half-time and soon found themselves 3-1 down after Llanerchymedd took advantage of a poor clearance from a corner. Cefni felt they should have been awarded a second goal when Connor Gordon charged down the goalkeeper who's kick rebounded off the striker and into the net, or so we thought but the referee didn't think the ball had crossed the line even though the keeper touched the net when he scooped the ball out. All in all it was great to see the youngsters holding their own against a Welsh Alliance side and we wish Llanerchymedd all the best for the coming season. Llangefni first team's next game is away to Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth Town on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off. 

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