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10th February 2016

Excellent news!

We are happy to announce that following a ground inspection Cae Lon Talwrn has passed the required criteria for the Huws Gray Alliance League. 

Two from the management committee of the league undertook the inspection in early January and confirmed the ground has passed. This does mean that  promotion will be granted if the club finishes either first or runner up, subject to the formalities of completion of some documentation.

This news confirms the Club's ambition to progress at all levels within the Club. 

Chairman Alwyn Jones stated ' This is yet another great step forward in the progress being made by this Club.  We can confirm that, if we finish the season in a promotion place, we can take the next step forward in the Club's continuing development. Thanks to all concerned for once again demonstrating the collective strength within Llangefni Town F.C.'

The work which has been carried out has not only made a huge improvement to the quality of the pitch, but also improvements around the ground and to the matchday experience of all our excellent and loyal supporters.
The football club would like to place on record its thanks to all concerned at the club for their sterling efforts in maintaining such a high standard. 

With the increased ground grading requirements of the Huws Gray Alliance expected to come into force for 2017-18 season it is important we continue to maintain and improve on the facilities we currently have. 


6th February 2016

The first team's game at Llanrug and the reserves game against Glan Conwy have both been called off due to waterlogged pitches.


4th February 2016

This Saturday we travel to face Llanrug United away in the league. Kick off is 2.00pm

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31st January 2016


Llangefni Reserves are through to the semi-final of the Welsh Alliance Reserve League Cup after beating Holyhead Hotspur Reserves 8-2 at Lon Talwrn. The first team's game at Barmouth was called off so this was an ideal opportunity to give players who didn't start against Llanerchymedd last week a run out and to improve the match fitness of players coming back from long term injuries. It's worth mentioning that 5 players who started the game are under 21 and six players in the squad are under 18. It took Anthony Hughes 2 minutes to open the scoring for Cefni and goals from Gareth Hughes, James Mcminimee and another for Anthony Hughes made it 4-0 at half-time. Craig Evans bagged a brace in the second half, Anthony Hughes completed his hat-trick and 17 year old Mcminimee got on the score sheet again. To be fair to Holyhead, they kept going and managed to pull a couple of goals back at the end. It was great for the youngsters to get the chance to play along side some experienced players and this will definitely help their development. We have been drawn at home against Colwyn Bay in the semi-final.


30th January 2016

First teams game away to Barmouth is off due to a waterlogged pitch, 
Come down to lon talwrn ans support the reserves in their quarter final against Holyhead Hotspur kick off is 1.45pm
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29th January 2016

Tomorrow the first team travel to face Barmouth FC in the Welsh Alliance Division 1. Kick off is 2.00pm and match referee is Mr Peter Kewley.


27th January 2016

Llangefni FC Clubhouse has had a complete refurbishment and looks amazing. Don't miss a premiership match! New Large Screen with Sky Sports & BT Sports so you don't miss the action. Come down and give us a try.


27th January 2016

Tonight's League fixture at home to Penrhyndeudraeth has been called off due to the pitch being unplayable. Next up for the first team is a trip down to Barmouth this Saturday.

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24th January 2016


Llangefni Town progressed to the second round of the Mawddach Cup after a convincing 2 -0 win against Llanerchymedd. 
Iwan Jones converted a penalty  in the 20th minute to give the town a half time lead before a second half goal from Sean Pritchard doubled the lead to give Llangefni the victory.

Cefni began well and controlled the possession but were unable to find a way past a stubborn Llanerchymedd defence. Chances fell to James Saxon, Steve Jones and Paul Rowlands who were  unable to add to the goal advantage going into the break.

The second half began in a similar fashion with Llangefni dominating possession. In the 59th minute, Pritchard doubled the lead with a superb shot after being picked out by Dafydd Jones. 

Further chances came Cefni's way but despite being in control, no further goals came.

Manager Chris Roberts who made five changes to the side that beat Llandyrnog last week said. "I was impressed with 16 year old John Alex Jones who made his senior debut today. Cai Powell Roberts was excellent at the back and Dafydd Jones had a really good game in midfield, together with the established Gari Owen we played most of the second half with 4 under 18 players. It shows how strong the squad is and that the youngsters are coming through to the senior setup.''

Next up is Penrhyndaedraeth on Wednesday night. 7:30 ko.


20th January 2016

This Saturday's Mawddach Cup tie against Llanerchymedd has now been switched from Llangefni to Llanerchymedd and will be played on Saturday afternoon 1.45pm kick off and not Friday night as originally advertised. We thank Llanerchymedd for their co-operation in switching the tie to their ground. 

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