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15th May 2018

Chris staying on to finish what he started

6th May 2018

Chris staying on to finish what he started

CHRIS ROBERTS will remain as the manager of Llangefni Town Football Club next season. Chris has turned down the opportunity to go to another club in the Cymru Alliance so he can “finish what he started”

Roberts had a “very productive meeting” with the committee yesterday and confirmed that he will be staying to ‘finish what he has started’ to lead Cefni’s challenge for the title next season.

‘’Nothing has changed, the ambition of the club and this squad is to win and that is an ambition that drives us all,” he said. ‘’My aim when I became the manager of Llangefni was to take the club back up the Welsh Football pyramid, and I am staying to finish what I’ve started.’’

He continued ‘’we have narrowly missed out on promotion three seasons in a row, finishing third, joint second and runners up again this season.  I am already putting plans in place for next season and I am confident that with a couple of new additions we will go one step further next season.’’

Club chairman Alwyn Jones added ‘this is great news for the club, Chris has done an excellent job with limited resources, we see him being a vital part of what we are trying to achieve and we are glad that he has decided to stay’. 

The Chairman continued ‘We are working hard off the pitch, continuously trying to improve and hopefully in doing so involving the community and get the Town behind us. We do have a ‘long term vision’ and are encouraging anyone who wants to be part of that vision to join us on this journey. We encourage anyone who has time on their hands (it doesn’t have to be Saturday’s) to come involved.’

Annual General Meeting is to be held on 11 June 2018, 7pm at the Bull Hotel, Llangefni.

RESERVES WIN AT LLANRUG

3rd May 2018

Keenan Latham and Aaron Rickards scored 2 goals each to give Llangefni Reserves their 3rd win in 4 games. Latham's double gave Cefni a 2-0 lead in the first 10 minutes but Llanrug were back on level terms before half-time. Aaron Rickards bagged himself a brace before the hour to make it 4-2 but Llanrug pulled another goal back to make it a nervy ending for the visitors. Both teams had chances late on but Llangefni held on to the lead and will be delighted with another 3 points.

FIRST TEAM FINISH SEASON WITH A DEFEAT

2nd May 2018

Llangefni lost 3-1 at home against Barmouth & Dyffryn in their last game of the season at Lon Talwrn. With a 1st place finish unlikely due to Conwy's games in hand, it was still important to end on a high and make it as difficult as possible for our rivals to win the league. Unfortunately the lads who have been superb for the majority of the season couldn't produce a good performance on the night and credit to Barmouth who came with a game plan and deserved the 3 points. Matthew Jones pulled a goal back for Cefni after going 2-0 down but the visitors sealed the win with a third to make the final score 3-1. I'm sure Chris, the coaching and playing staff would like to thank everyone for their support during the season and hopefully we'll go one better next year.

RESERVES WIN AT PENMAENMAWR

24th April 2018

Gareth Nelson Hughes scored the winner as Llangefni Town Reserves beat Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves 2-1 on Saturday. Having beaten the same team last week in the cup, Cefni needed to put in the same kind of performance to come away with 3 points. Keenan Latham gave the visitors an early lead with a superb turn and finish inside the box finding the bottom far corner. Phoenix equalised before half-time when they took advantage of some poor defending from Llangefni. Cefni upped their game in the second half and took the lead after 65 minutes thanks to a Garreth Hughes header at the far post from an Aron Edwards corner. Aaron Rickards could have increased the visitors advantage but the keeper made some good saves. Phoenix put pressure on the Cefni defence but they held firm to take all 3 points and continue their good form.

The Town secures top two spot

23rd April 2018


Llangefni Town are guaranteed a top two finish as they beat Llanrwst United 2-0 at home on Saturday. 


Goals from strikers Matthew Jones and Iwan Jones gave Chris Roberts’ men the win to seal a minimum of a top two place. After narrowly missing out on second spot last term (due to goals scored),  Cefni have edged closer to potentially playing Huws Gray Alliance football next season.


Llangefni are currently six points ahead of Conwy Borough having played three games more.  A win on the final match of the season on Thursday evening versus Barmouth (8pm kickoff) would keep the pressure on title challengers Conwy Borough.  


Club Chairman Alwyn Jones said ‘It’s been a great season, to be 6 points ahead going into the last match of the season is excellent and we cannot ask more of the management team and the players.   The support from our supporters have been excellent yet again this season and would appreciate a bumper crowd again on Thursday night to finish the season in style’. 


Jones continued ‘There is a huge excitement around the place on the possibility of winning the title and getting promoted. A lot of work has been carried out at our Lon Talwrn ground to make sure we meet the required new tier 2 ground criteria as well as maintaining and improving on the excellent facilities we currently have.’

6 POINTS AHEAD WITH 3 GAMES TO GO

15th April 2018

Llangefni increased the pressure on Conwy with another win on Saturday at Pwllheli. Goals by Iwan Jones (2), Matthew Jones, Jack Williams and Cameron Jones gave the visitors a comfortable 5-2 victory and it's vital that we put in the same kind of performance at Mynydd Llandegai on Tuesday night, 6.30pm kick off. 

Meanwhile the reserves are through to the semi-final of the Lock Stock Fireworks Challenge Cup after a 3-1 win at home against Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves. Gary Griffiths, Patrick Jones and Keenan Latham were the scorers and their next game is on Tuesday night at Llanberis, 6.30pm kick off. 


Clwb 100 Club

13th April 2018

Enillwyr Ebrill/April Winners

£25 Alun Gruffydd, Hen Fuarth, Rhostrehwfa. (79)

£15 Carwyn Williams, 169 Pencraig, Llangefni. (7)

£10 Eifion Hughes, 40 Isgraig, Llangefni. (95) 

Clwb 100 Club

27th March 2018

Enillwyr Mawrth/March Winners

£25. Dylan Owen, 13 Gerddi Taf, Caerdydd. (17)

£15. N Goss, Glan y Coed, Dwygyfylchi. (61) 

£10. Elwyn Jones, Maes Derwydd Llangefni (16) 

Draw away to Albion

25th March 2018

Llangefni Town drew 1-1 with Llandudno Albion in a high tempo match at Llandudno’s Maes Du Park. 


Cefni were made to work hard against Albion, who are unbeaten in the last 15 matches. Town’s Jack Williams scored with a diving header at the far post just past the hour to cancel out Daniel Evans opener.


The visitors started brightly and carved out the first chance of the game as Mcminimee got on the ball on the right and cut inside, only for the winger to lash the ball over the bar. Chris Roberts men enjoyed the bulk of possession in the opening half, moving the ball well on the 3G pitch, but Albion were looking dangerous especially at set pieces.  


The opener came from a corner, Daniel Evans getting on the end of a half cleared ball to fire in from 12 yards.  


Instant changes were made by Llangefni in search of an equaliser.  The changes paid off 10 minutes later with substitute Craig Roberts beating his man out wide on the right, to deliver an inch perfect cross to to the on coming Jack Williams at the far post to secure a point.  


Next up is Barmouth & Dyffryn Away on Saturday 31 March then we travel to Llandyrnog on Easter Monday.  

 

The reserves also secured a valuable point in a 6 goal thriller at home to Llanrug United. Llangefni’s goals came from Aaron Rickards, Cameron Jones and Keenan Latham.  

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