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30th August 2015


There were 2 reasons for Llangefni to celebrate last night. Not only did we beat local rivals Llanfairpwll 4-0 but we also broke the Welsh Groundhop attendance record with 409 people watching the game. Having already visited Amlwch, Llanerchymedd and Trearddur Bay during the day, Llangefni was thier last stop and their attendance together with our fans created a very special atmosphere at Lon Talwrn. The first half was a bit of an anti-climax with Llangefni coming closest to scoring when they hit the post. The second half was a different story and Craig Evans' clever back heel after 51 minutes opened the floodgates for 'The Town'. Anthony Hughes doubled Cefni's lead with a close range finish and Iwan Jones who made a big impact when he came off the bench after missing last week's game through injury scored the best goal of the evening on 76 minutes. Paul Rowlands played the ball out to Jones on the wing, who cut inside before unleashing an unstoppable shot passed the keeper from 25 yards, 3-0. Steve Jones made it 4-0 after 82 minutes to ensure that Llangefni are still unbeaten in the league after 5 games. It felt a bit strange to have a game on a Saturday night but it was a big success and maybe there should be more of them in the future. We hope Groundhop enjoyed their visit to Lon Talwrn and we'd like to thank all the volunteers and our fans once again for their fantastic support. Our next game is away to Glan Conwy in the league on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off. 

Chris Saxon Returns To His Proper Home

27th August 2015

We are pleased to announce the signing of Chris Saxon from Holyhead Hotspur, we would like to thank Holyhead for waving the seven days and allowing Chris to return home. We look forward to seeing Chris in the Blue & Yellow of Llangefni Town "VERY SOON".

Welcome Home Chris

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LLANGEFNI TOWN FC v LLANFAIRPWLL FC - Saturday the 29th of August 2015 Welsh Groundhop - League Fixture (Kick off 7:45pm)

26th August 2015

LLANGEFNI TOWN FC v LLANFAIRPWLL FC - Saturday the 29th of August 2015 Welsh Groundhop - League Fixture (Kick off 7:45pm)


Llangefni Town FC are part of this years "Welsh Ground Hop" and will host LLanfairpwll this Saturday the 29th of August.

 Llangefni Town FC v Llanfairpwll FC
Saturday 29th August - 7:45pm Kick Off
Match Officials - Referee Hugh Jones
Assistants: Allan Rowlands & Dewi Morris



25th August 2015

Llangefni have been drawn at home to Glantraeth in the second qualifying round of the JD Welsh Cup. The match will be played on Saturday the 12th of September.

Mae Llangefni wedi cael eu paru gyda Glantraeth yn yr ail rownd rhagbrofol Cwpan JD Cymru. Bydd y gêm yn cael ei chwarae yn Lon Talwrn ar ddydd Sadwrn y 12fed o Fedi. 



22nd August 2015


Llangefni are through to the next qualifying round of the Welsh Cup after a comfortable 3-0 win against Welsh Alliance 2 side Mynydd Llandegai. Sean Pritchard opened the scoring for Cefni after 15 minutes when his low drive from the edge of the box found the bottom corner. Paul Rowlands made it 2-0 after 25 minutes when the ball fell to him inside the box and kept his composer to finish low passed the keeper from 6 yards out. Mynydd Llandegai came into the game in the second half and looked a threat from corners. Llangefni's third and Paul Rowlands' second goal came at a good time and killed the game off with just over 10 minutes to go. Rowlands' produced a sublime free kick from the edge of the area which you could tell was going in as soon as it left his boot. Not our best performance of the season so far but the most important thing is we're in the draw for the next round. We're very much looking forward to welcome Groundhop UK to Lon Talwrn for our next game against Llanfairpwll on Saturday. Kick off is 7.45pm. 


21st August 2015

Tomorrow is Welsh Cup day where Division 2 side Mynydd Llandegai are the visitors to Lon Talwrn. Mynydd Llandegai have not had the best of starts this season but we know well that they proved to be stiff opposition last year and we can not underestimate them. Kick off is 2.30pm and once again please show your support.

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21st August 2015

Llangefni Reserves almost pulled off a dramatic comeback against Porthmadog Reserves in the opening game of the Welsh Alliance Reserve Division at 'Y Traeth'. With the visitors looking comfortable in the first 15 minutes, everything changed when Robert Owen opened the scoring for Porthmadog. Sion Parry's brace made it 3-0 before half-time, a scoreline which flattered the home side but hats off to them for taking advantage of some indecisiveness in the Llangefni defence. The message to the players at half time was clear, "We're not playing that bad and one goal will get us back into the game, KEEP GOING!." 16 year old Steven Jones came on at half-time and won 3 tackles in the first 5 minutes. His determination seemed to rub off on the other players and Connor Gordon pulled one back for Cefni on the hour. The visitors were now on top and made it 3-2 with 15 minutes to go when Dion Jones played a great through ball to Gordon who went round the keeper before passing it into an empty net for his second of the game. With time running out Llangefni decided to move defender Keenan Latham who was outstanding on the night up front in search of the equaliser. Port caught us on the break a couple of times but they couldn't convert their chances. The game ended 3-2 to Porthmadog but Llangefni can be proud of their effort in the second half as well as learn a few things from the first half performance. It was a great experience for the youngsters to play on a quality pitch in front of a decent crowd and there is no doubt they will develop as players in this league. Next week's game at Blaenau has been cancelled due to groundhop uk coming to Llangefni on the same day, so the next game is home to Llanberis Reserves on Friday, 4th of September.


20th August 2015

Llangefni Reserves will play their first league game in the Welsh Alliance Reserve Division tonight against Porthmadog Reserves. Kick off is 7.30pm at 'Y Traeth' and Gafyn Buckland's young side will be hoping to get off to a good start as they target a top 4 finish before Christmas. In the new year, the top 4 of the East and West divisions will go into one league and the bottom 4 of both leagues will form a second division.


18th August 2015


Llangefni gained what could prove to be a valuable away point at Llanberis on Tuesday night. We now have a very respectable 8 points from our first 4 league games and are still unbeaten. Anthony Hughes opened the scoring for Cefni with a stunning 30 yard low drive. The visitors couldn't hold on to the lead as Steffan Jones scored the leveller for Llanberis just before half time. Things got worse for 'The Town' when Llion Jones gave the home side a 2-1 lead after 63 minutes. Craig Evans' equaliser made it 2-2 with 15 minutes to go and the home side were down to 10 men late on after a sending off as Llangefni pushed for the winner but Llanberis held firm. Our next game is at home against Mynydd Llandegai in the Welsh Cup on Saturday, kick off is 2.30pm. #showyoursupport



18th August 2015

Our next game is away to Llanberis on Tuesday night, 6.30pm kick off. We are unbeaten in our first three games having won 2 and drawn 1 so we'll be looking to maintain our good form. There was a good turnout at Lon Talwrn again on Saturday so we hope you can make your way to Llanberis and be our 12th man.

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