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9th February 2017

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Clwb 100 Club

7th February 2017

Enillwyr Chwefror/February Winners

£25 Anwen Buckland, 7 Maeshyfryd, Llangefni (53).

£15 Calvin Owen c/o Ty Hen, Bodffordd (99).

£10 Sioned Jones, 23 Ty'n Coed, Llangefni (46) 

LLANGEFNI TOWN 2-0 LLANDYRNOG UTD

6th February 2017

Llangefni continued their impressive form with a 2-0 victory against Llandyrnog Utd at Lon Talwrn. Craig Roberts should have put Cefni ahead after ten minutes but he blazed his shot over bar from close range. Llangefni broke the deadlock after half an hour when the goalkeeper was unable to hold on to the ball from a cross and James Saxon took full advantage by shooting into an empty net. Llangefni were playing good football in tough conditions and they doubled their advantage on the hour when Craig Roberts made up for his earlier miss by finishing off a good move which started on the right wing. Iwan Jones was sent off for anoff the ball incident with 15 minutes to go but Cefni held firm and got the 3 points the deserved.

HOME TO LLANDYRNOG IN THE LEAGUE!

3rd February 2017

Tomorrow the first team entertain Llandyrnog Utd in the league, kick off is 2.30pm and the match referee is Mr Mark James assisted by Laura Griffiths and Rheinallt Davies.

There will be a pitch inspection at 9.30am tomorrow morning. 

Meanwhile the reserves will play top of the league Denbigh Town Reserves at Isgraig, also a 2.30pm kick off. The youngsters will be eager to pick up where they left off 2 weeks ago when they beat Trearddur Bay 6-3. This game is also subject to a 9.30am pitch inspection.

NO GAMES THIS WEEKEND

26th January 2017

Llangefni Town FC have cancelled both first team and reserve team games this weekend as a mark of respect for former player and coach Emrys Jones who sadly passed away last week. The funeral will be held on Saturday at St Cyngar's Church, Llangefni at 11.30am, followed by interment in Isgraig Cemetery.

REST IN PEACE EMRYS JONES

22nd January 2017

REST IN PEACE EMRYS JONES

We were sad to hear the news of the passing of Emrys Jones a long serving player, coach, supporter and a friend of the club. 

We undertook a minutes applause prior to yesterday's match as a tribute to Ems achievements for the club. Ems was a crucial part of the team that won three Welsh Alliance league titles in the early nineties as well as winning the Intermediate Cup in 1992. 

Ems, a true legend of the club, who will be missed but will leave us with some great memories. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends.

MAWDDACH CUP R2: LLANGEFNI TOWN 4-0 ABERGELE TOWN

22nd January 2017

Match report to follow.

TREARDDUR BAY RES 3-6 LLANGEFNI T RES

22nd January 2017

Llangefni Reserves came back from 3-1 down to win 6-3 in a thrilling game at Trearddur Bay on Saturday. Cefni took the lead mid way through the first half when Ross Mark curled the ball into the top corner with the outside of his foot from the edge of the box. It wasn't long before Trearddur Bay were level after scoring a penalty and it was 2-1 to the home side just before half time after some poor defending from Llangefni. Cefni came out for the second half determined to get back into the game but suffered a set back when Danny Connolly made it 3-1 against the run of play. The introduction of new signing Ibrahim Fazeel ("Oppo") on the hour completely changed the game. The Maldivian attacking midfielder ran the show and Llangefni started keeping possession a lot better. Keenan Latham made it 3-2 before Connor Gordon pounced on a rebound to make it 3-3 after Fazeel's header hit the post. There was no stopping Cefni now and Latham made it 4-3 with a tap in before completing his hat-trick to make it 5-3 after a determined run and finish. Ross Mark grabbed his second and Llangefni's sixth when he cut inside from the wing and finished from a tight angle. It was great to see Fazeel having such an impact on his debut but credit must also go to the rest of the team who kept going after undeservedly finding themselves 3-1 down.      

"OPPO" SIGNS FOR THE TOWN!

20th January 2017

"OPPO" SIGNS FOR THE TOWN!

Tonight Llangefni Town have completed the signing of Maldives international Ibrahim Fazeel (nicknamed Oppo). The experienced attacking midfielder had a spell at Bodorgan FC last season and it was obvious from last night's training session that he's a technically gifted footballer. Ibrahim will be looking to compete for a place in the first team but is more than happy to be included in the reserve team squad for tomorrow's game against Trearddur Bay Reserves so he can build up his match fitness. Welcome to the club Oppo!

WELLDONE CAI!

20th January 2017

WELLDONE CAI!

A huge congratulations to our very own Cai Powell-Robertsfor winning his first cap for Wales Schools in their 7-4 win over Australia at Cardiff Met yesterday.

Welldone Cai!

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