LLANGEFNI ARE A TEAM TO WATCH
27th January 2015
Daily Post's North Wales football reporter Dave Jones mentioned Llangefni Town in his "five things we learned fro this weekend's action"
"Unbeaten in the league since last September, Llangefni are seventh in Welsh Alliance Division Two, but if they win games in hand and maintain present form, the Anglesey side can have a big say in the title race.
The Talwrn Road outfit are full of goals, as they proved in Saturday's 8-1 blitz at Bethesda. No-one is going to fancy playing them in the coming weeks.
25th January 2015
Llangefni Reserves v Gaerwen Reserves has been rearranged for this Wednesday night, 7.00pm kick off.
Please show your support.
BETHESDA ATHLETIC 1 - 8 LLANGEFNI TOWN
25th January 2015
Llangefni continued their excellent form with an outstanding 8-1 win at Bethesda. The home team started well and looked determined to make up for the 8-0 defeat at Llangefni earlier in the season. But once Cefni settled down and got the first goal through a Iwan Jones tap in, they never looked back. The rest of the first-half was one way traffic and the visitors were 4-0 up by half-time. Paul Rowlands and Dylan Williams getting on the scoresheet and Iwan Jones grabbing his second of the game. Llangefni made a sloppy start to the second half and Bethesda managed to pull a goal back through Darren Ismail. This seemed to wake up the visitors and Craig Evans scored a trademark header to make it 5-1. Evans scored again and Iwan Jones who was very cool in front of goal all game scored his 3rd and 4th to make it 8-1. Chris Roberts will be looking for more of the same from his players against Mochdre Sports at home next Saturday, 2.00pm kick off.
RESERVES GAME OFF
23rd January 2015
After a pitch inspection tonight's game between Llangefni Reserves and Gaerwen Reserves has been called off. We've been waiting for the rain to stop all day but it seems to be getting worse and there are large puddles of water on the pitch.
RESERVES DERBY ON FRIDAY NIGHT
21st January 2015
Llangefni Reserves will play Gaerwen Reserves in the Anglesey League Cup at Lon Talwrn on Friday night, 7pm kick off. Ridiculous cup rules mean neither side will be able to play any players who've played more than 3 games for the first team. This does however give other players a chance to show what they can do and it promises to be a very entertaining game. Cefni were very rusty against Cemaes on Saturday and lost 4-0. It was their first game since the start of December and they will need to improve if they want to beat their local rivals on Friday night. We would really appreciate a good turn out for this game. The first team have received outstanding support so far this season and it would be great for the reserves to play in the same kind of atmosphere.
LIAM A LLANGEFNI LAD THROUGH & THROUGH
20th January 2015
We informed Liam Ewing (our goalkeeper) last night of the 7 days notice that was received for him off Gwalchmai late last night in which he has informed the manager that he will not be leaving the club. His exact words were "I am a Llangefni lad through and through! enough said! don't get me wrong playing in league 1 again is tempting but im happy here at Llangefni and enjoying my football and we'll soon be back there"
This really shows the togetherness of our team and that they play for this club because it means something to them. Great News Liam. We have two fantastic keepers in Liam & Gwyndaf and they are both working really hard together in training and have both showed a willingness to help eachother out right from the moment Gwyndaf joined us. Welldone lads and keep up the good work.
HUWS GRAY CELEBRATE 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
19th January 2015
This year is Huws Gray's 25 year anniversary and they will be raising money for some fantastic childrens charities through the year to celebrate this. We have a few players which work for Huws Gray Builders Merchant as well as the manager Chris Roberts.
So please help support these fantastic charities by simply texting HUWS88 and the amount to 70070.
LLANGEFNI 2-0 HALKYN UTD
18th January 2015
This was a result that was never in doubt from first whistle right through the ninety minutes, it was just a case of how many goals could Llangefni score. The game started at a really fast pace with Llangefni coming closest to scoring first with a header from Craig Evans which saw the Halkyn keeper pull off a fantastic save and then get up to stop Dylan Williams tapping in the rebound. Llangefni were then awarded a corner which Iwan Jones delivered perfectly for Steve Sinclair's run to the near post and guide it past the keeper with his head 1-0 (see above photo). Llangefni continued to dominate with Halkyn rarely coming out of their own half. (Half Tiime 1-0). The first 10-15 minutes of the second Half saw Halkyn create a few half chances only for Gwyndaf to save comfortably. The a mixup between Gwyndaf and the midfield saw him throw the ball to a Halkyn player which saw him shoot wide of the empty goal. Then Dylan Williams who has been outstanding since his call up to the first team got on the end of a cross to tap in the second goal of the game 2-0. On 70 mins Richard Owen was put through on goal but seemed to rush his shot and blasted the ball over the bar. A cross from the right hand side found Paul Rowlands free at the back post which he headed back accross goal only for the Halkyn keeper to pull off another fantastic save. Final Score Llangefni Town 2 - 0 Halkyn United. It was great to see Steve Jones back on the bench after a long spell out with injury. And we also have to give credit to the Halkyn goalkeeper who was outstanding throughout the game. Next fixture sees us travel over the bridge to Bethesda Athletic o Saturday the 24th.
Scorers: Stephen Sinclair, Dylan Williams.
MATCH BALL SPONSOR
15th January 2015
Llangefni Town have opportunities for Match ball Sponsors for the next 4 home matches against Halkyn, Mochdre Sports, Penmaenmawr Phoenix & Llanerchymedd. For further details contact the club via:
This is a very cost efficient way of getting you or your company / business noticed. Thank you once again for your kind support.
HALKYN NEXT UP
13th January 2015
Halkyn United are the visitors next Saturday the 17th of January. This is the first time both teams have faced each other this season and Halkyn will look to build on their away 2-1 win to Meliden in the league two weeks ago. Having only played 11 league games this season we have many games in hand on most teams in the league, we need to keep on picking up points to move up the table. Kick off is 2.00pm and once again we would welcome the continued fantastic support that you have shown throughout the season so far.