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ST ASAPH CITY THE VISITORS

27th March 2015

St Asaph City will visit Lon Talwrn for the fourth time this season tomorrow with Llangefni having already played them at home in three different cup competitions. Both teams are looking to finish in the top 3 so tomorrow promises to be a very close and entertaining game. Kick off is 2.30pm.

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LLANGEFNI 1-2 TREARDDUR BAY

22nd March 2015

LLANGEFNI 1-2 TREARDDUR BAY

Llangefni lost 2-1 at home against Trearddur Bay on Saturday. Bay took the lead on 28 minutes through Craig Moore. Iwan Jones equalised for Cefni 5 minutes later but Craig Moore scored again just before half-time to give the visitors a 2-1 lead. There were no more goals in the second half and this was a disappointing result for Llangefni in our quest for promotion. On the bright side, all the other teams above us dropped points so it's important that we get back to winning ways when promotion rivals St Asaph City visit Lon Talwrn this Saturday.

CEMAES BAY 3-1 LLANGEFNI RESERVES

22nd March 2015

Llangefni Reserves went into this game knowing that a win would take them above Cemaes Bay and give them an outside chance of winning the Anglesey League. The players who were there gave it everything they had but you can't help but wonder what the score would have been if we had every player available. We know people have commitments outside of football but it's happened too many times this season. Seven players in total were missing and it's disappointing that at least 3 or 4 of them couldn't have made themselves available for such an important game.

Iwan Williams gave Llangefni the lead after 20 minutes when he latched onto Arwel Williams's through ball and lifted it over the goalkeeper into an empty net. Cemaes had most of the posession but Cefni where defending well as a unit until Steve Mason managed to get in behind the defence and cut the ball back for Ryan Folksman to smash it in from 8 yards out. It was soon 2-1 to Cemaes when Mason was brought down in the box and he stepped up to find the top corner with his penalty. The second half was similar to the first half with Cemaes having most of the posession and Cefni looking to hit them on the break. The killer blow came on 70 minutes when Mason rose above 2 Llangefni defenders to head it in from six yards out. Llangefni had a few chances late on but overall 3-1 was a fair result. 

TREARDDUR BAY HOME ON SATURDAY

18th March 2015

The 1st team will be playing at HOME against current league leaders Trearddur Bay on SATURDAY, 2.30pm kick off. 

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Wales v Italy rugby match will be on at the clubhouse, 12.30pm kick off with Brains, Wrexham lager, Carling, Strongbow on tap and food available. Llangefni Reserves are AWAY to Cemaes Bay on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.

LLANGEFNI TOWN 3-2 MELIDEN

15th March 2015

LLANGEFNI TOWN 3-2 MELIDEN

Llangefni have now gone 11 games unbeaten in the league after a 3-2 win against Meliden at Lon Talwrn. It was an important win for Cefni as they face a busy end to the season with games coming up against some very good teams who like us, will be aiming for promotion. Lee Jones opened the scoring for Llangefni after 5 minutes when he guided Kieran Lewis's cross into the far corner with the back of his head. Iwan Jones made 2-0 after 17 minutes with a finish from close range after more good work from Kieran Lewis. It wasn't long before Meliden pulled a goal back, Oliver Buckley managed to beat the offside trap before slotting the ball past Liam Ewing in goal. Cefni were on top for the rest of the half but Meliden showed enough quality to suggest they weren't going to be easy opponents in the second half. Iwan Jones scored his 2nd of the game after 49 minutes when he capitalised on some poor defending and found the bottom corner with a composed finish from inside the box. Back came Meliden who pulled another goal back through Adam Cassidy to ensure it would be nervy last 20 minutes for the home team. Llangefni managed to see the game out quite comfortably and it finished 3-2. On Saturday we welcome top of the league Trearddur Bay to Lon Talwrn, 2.30pm kick off.

RESERVES LOSE TO BRO IN THE BWLCH

8th March 2015

RESERVES LOSE TO BRO IN THE BWLCH

Llangefni Reserves suffered another defeat in the Bwlch Car Boot Trophy against Bro Goronwy which makes it very hard for them to qualify from the group stage. Cefni made a terrible start and were 2-0 down after 25 minutes. The home team started playing better football after half an hour and Iwan Williams pulled a goal back before half-time. Llangefni were a different team in the second half and got the equaliser they deserved when Gerallt Roberts scored a tap in at the far post. Back came Bro Goronwy and they regained the lead after 75 minutes through Taylor Jones who went on to complete his hat-trick and make it 4-2 with only five minutes to go.

UNDER 16s: LLANGEFNI 0-2 TREARDDUR BAY

2nd March 2015

UNDER 16s: LLANGEFNI 0-2 TREARDDUR BAY

Llangefni Juniors under 16's can consider themselves very unlucky to lose 2-0 at Isgraig against league leaders Trearddur Bay, epecially considering most of Llangefni's team are first year under 16's and most of Trearddur Bay's team are 2nd year. There really was nothing between the two teams and Cefni probably edged the first half, getting into good positions but not making the most of their chances. Treaddur Bay were better in the second half and took the lead after 60 minutes with a powerful shot from outside the area. The 2nd goal came with 10 minutes to go and made sure there was no way back for Cefni. Despite the defeat, the players can hold their heads up high and this season is more about the performances not the results. If they keep on learning and developing there's no doubt they have a very good chance of winning the league next season. 

MATCH ABANDONED AT MYNYDD LLANDEGAI

2nd March 2015

Llangefni's game at Mynydd Llandegai was abandoned after 18 minutes because the strong wind made it impossible to play football. The score was 1-1 when the referee decided enough was enough.

LLANGEFNI RESERVES 5-1 LLANGOED

2nd March 2015

Llangefni Reserves moved up to 4th place in the Anglesey League with a 5-1 win against Llangoed at Lon Talwrn. Dion Roberts scored a first half hat-trick as Llangefni went in 3-0 up at the break. Llangoed made a great start to the second half and managed to pull a goal back. They hit the post 5 minutes later and were the better team for at least 15 minutes. Llangefni regained their composer and killed the game off with another two goals. Llion Vaughn Jones scored the fourth and substitute Gareth Wyn Hughes completed the scoring to make it 5-1 with 10 minutes to go.  

LLANGEFNI TOWN 1-1 LLANERCHYMEDD

26th February 2015

LLANGEFNI TOWN 1-1 LLANERCHYMEDD

Deion Evans's second half free-kick cancelled out Iwan Jones's first half penalty in this hard fought local derby at Lon Talwrn. Llangefni were the better team in the first half and were rewarded for their bright start when a penalty was given for a foul just inside the box. Iwan Jones stepped up and cooly slotted the ball past the keeper into the bottom corner after 10 minutes. Llanerchymedd struggled to create any chances and Cefni looked more likely to score the second goal as the half-time whistle approached. The second half was the opposite of the first half and the visitors started coming into the game. Llanerchymedd got their equaliser after 55 minutes when Deion Evans found the top corner with a powerful free-kick, leaving Liam Ewing with no chance of saving it. In a game of few chances, both teams were determined not to lose this one and a draw was probably a fair result. A point leaves Llangefni in 5th place but there are still 13 league games to go and we are yet to play the top 2 home or away so it's going to be an interesting end to the season. The next game is at Mynydd Llandegai on Saturday, 2.30pm kick off.  

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