Llangefni Town FC

Llangefni Town Football Club was founded back in 1897 and were founder members of the Anglesey Football League.

The summer of 2013 saw a revamp of the club, as it attempts to re-structure and implement a fresh start, bringing together the Llangefni community spirit which very much centres around football.

Ground: Cae Bob Parry, Talwrn Road, Llangefni. Tel: 01248 724 999

Chairman: Trystan Owen

Vice-Chairman: Ken Rowlands

Club Secretary/Treasurer: Karen Parry-Rowlands


Tel: 075 11 22 76 31

First Team Manager: Vince Williams

First Team Assistant Manager: David Roberts 

Under 18's Managers: Craig Evans and Ricky Evans

Thank you for your continued support of the club


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Llangefni 4-2 Menai Bridge Tigers

15th April 2014

Llangefni 4-2 Menai Bridge Tigers

Scorers: Llion Vaughn Jones, Steve Jones, Iwan Jones, Arwel Williams.

After a good performance against Valley Athletic on Saturday we knew we had to be even better against undefeated title challengers Menai Bridge Tigers. Vince named an unchanged side from the last game and we took the lead after 7 minutes when Steve Jones cut the ball back to Dave Jones who's cross/shot found Llion Vaughn Jones at the far post who tapped in from 5 yards. The second goal came after 20 minutes when Steve Jones latched onto a Gafyn Buckland through ball, rounded the keeper and passed the ball into an empty net. Menai Bridge then began to show their quality when Danny Brookwell hit the post and Lance Williams missed a golden opportunity from 10 yards out. Cefni's third came on 35 minutes after Gareth Hughes and Llion Vaughn Jones worked a short corner into the box which Iwan Jones controlled and smashed a half volley into the bottom corner. Tigers responded just before half time when Brookwell used his pace to beat two defenders and the goalkeeper to make it 3-1 at the break.

Goalkeeper Gwynfor Williams had to come off with a knee injury and was replaced by Hywel at half time. Menai Bridge dominated the beginning of the second half but Cefni always looked dangerous on the break. Our fourth goal (60) came at just the right time and what a goal it was. Arwel Williams's free kick found the top corner from at least 35 yards out which caught everyone at the ground (including the keeper) by surprise. Arwel's scored a few beauties this season but that goal was something else. There was still half an hour to play and the game was far from over. Brookwell kept going and took 3 players on before crossing the ball in for Lance Williams to score an easy tap in. Cefni held firm and nearly scored a fifth but Dave Jones shot was well saved by the Tigers keeper. The game ended 4-2 and the win means we've beaten all the teams above us at some point this season which shows we are a good team and should be challenging for the league ourselves.

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