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LLANRWST UTD RES 1-1 LLANGEFNI T RES

1st May 2016

Llangefni Town Reserves battled back from 1-0 down to get a draw in Llanrwst and could even have won it at the end. It was a very good result considering ten players were unavailable for various reasons. Out of the starting line up, 7 players were under 18 and the lads are finishing the season very strongly after a difficult February and March. Keenan Latham scored the equaliser for Cefni with a great strike from outside the box. The in form defender turned striker has scored 3 goals in his last 3 league games and is a handful for any defence with his pace. Our next game is at home against Denbigh on tuesday night, 7.30 kick off.

NARROW DEFEAT FOR UNDER 12s IN NWCFA FINAL

1st May 2016

Llangefni under 12's lost 2-1 to Llandudno Swifts in the NWCFA Final at Glan Conwy but they gave a very good performance and can consider themselves unlucky not to take the game into extra time. It was a great achievement to get to the final and they they should all be very proud of themselves. Here's what the manager Mel Parry Jones had to say after the game:

 "Final of the North wales cup this morning for the U12's v a very good Llandudno Swifts side, fantastic game played in the right manor, some great battles all over the pitch and great football played. Llandudno 2-1 Llangefni, we had our chances and Gari and myself are very proud of all the players. Congratulations to Llandudno. Scorer today for Llangefni Josh Stanley and our MOM Harrison Gray. On to the next final now boys." 

 

UNDER 12s IN THE NWCFA CUP FINAL TOMORROW

29th April 2016

UNDER 12s IN THE NWCFA CUP FINAL TOMORROW

We would like to wish Llangefni Town Juniors under 12's all the best in tomorrow morning's North Wales Cup Final against Llandudno. It's been a magnificent season for a team who have already won the league and the Alec Beech Memorial Shield. The match takes place at Glan Conwy FC and kick off is 10.00am.

POB LWC HOGIA!!! 

MAWDDACH CUP SEMI FINAL TONIGHT

28th April 2016

Llangefni Town will be looking to bounce back from Tuesday night's defeat when they face promotion rivals Glantraeth tonight in the semi-final of the Mawddach Challenge Cup. The match takes place at Glantraeth and kick off is 6.30pm. 

#ShowYourSupport #CmonTheTown #DangosEichCefnogaeth 

LLANGEFNI T RES 3-1 GLAN CONWY RES

28th April 2016

Llangefni Town Reserves brushed off the disappointment of being knocked out of the cup on Saturday by beating Glan Conwy 3-1 at Lon Talwrn. Keenan Latham and Steven Jones came close to scoring for Cefni but the first half ended goalless. Llyr Roberts came off the bench five minutes into the second half and made an immediate impact when he tapped the ball into an empty net after some unselfish work by Latham. Gareth Hughes should have doubled the home side's lead before Glan Conwy equalised on the hour when they took full advantage of a poor clearance. The introduction of Liam Willams and Aron Davies who still play for the under 16's changed the game. Llangefni regained the lead when Williams played a short corner to Davies, who's cross was fired into the bottom corner by Latham. With seven minutes to go, Latham capped off a fine performance when his cross found Williams who managed to control the ball and smash a half volley in from close range. Aron Davies nearly made it 4-1 after getting on the end of a great through ball by Dion Jones but the keeper pulled off a good save. All in all it was a good, solid performance from Llangefni who will be looking to make it three league wins in a row at Llanrwst on Saturday, 5pm kick off.    

LLANGEFNI T RESERVES IN ACTION TONIGHT!

27th April 2016

Llangefni Town Reserves have a league game against Glan Conwy Reserves tonight at Lon Talwrn. kick off is 7.30pm and Cefni will be looking to build on last week's 2-1 win at Trearddur Bay. Please show your support. 

DISAPPOINTING PERFORMANCE IN PORTHMADOG!

27th April 2016

Llangefni's hopes of promotion to the Cymru Alliance suffered a blow after losing 3-0 to Barmouth at Porthmadog FC. We gave ourselves a mountain to climb after conceding two poor goals in the first half. We had chances of our own but only Iwan Jones was able to hit the target and force the goalkeeper to make a save. We also had three penalty shouts for handball turned down by a referee that seemed scared of making any big decisions on the night. Llangefni had to go for it in the second half and threw everything but the kitchen sink at Barmouth but the quality of the final ball was lacking. The home side sealed the win with a third goal a few minutes from time from a breakaway after Cefni had pushed most players forward. The result leaves Llangefni needing maximum points in our final two games at Trearddur Bay and Glantraeth while hoping other results go our way. Our next game is a semi-final of the Mawddach Cup at Glantraeth on Thursday night, 6.30pm kick off.

3 LEAGUE GAMES TO GO!

26th April 2016

Tonight we face Barmouth & Dyffryn in the League. The game is to be played at Porthmadog FC with a 7.30pm kick off. With only 3 league games and a semi final to go we would appreciate you all to get behind the town.

SEMI FINAL: LLANGEFNI RES 1-3 COLWYN BAY RES

26th April 2016

SEMI FINAL: LLANGEFNI RES 1-3 COLWYN BAY RES

A very poor decision to give the visitors a penalty in the last minute of the first half changed the game as Llangefni eventually lost 3-1 to Colwyn Bay in the semi-final of the reserve league cup. Dion Jones had given Cefni the lead after 15 minutes when he pounced on the keeper's mistake after good pressure from Keenan Latham. Bay equalised when the ref decided to give a pen after the ball was blasted at Cai Gruffydd from a few yards away. His arms were by his side and it's questionable that the ball even hit any part of his arm or hand. The pen was converted by Adam Whitlock and Cefni went in half-time fuming while the visitors were given what can only be described as a gift. Despite Llangefni's best efforts, Whitlock went on to complete his hat-trick in the second half but there's no doubt the penalty decision had a massive effect on the game. Colwyn Bay were getting frustrated at not being able to break through the Cefni defence and the decision came at the perfect time for them. We would like to wish Colwyn Bay all the best in the final.

LLANGEFNI TOWN 4-1 JUNCTION

24th April 2016

LLANGEFNI TOWN 4-1 JUNCTION

Llangefni took another big step towards promotion with a superb 4-1 victory yesterday against second placed Llandudno Junction at Lon Talwrn. Cefni came close to opening the scoring after just 12 minutes when a great delivery into the box from Steven Kehoe found the un-marked Iwan Jones who headed goalwards only to see the Junction keeper pull off a fantastic save. Craig Evans did open the scoring for Cefni shortly afterwards with a trademark header after a great cross from James Saxon. Cefni kept pressing and Junction found themselves unable to get out of their own half and with only a few seconds left of the first half it was Evans again who made it 2-0 when his volley flew in through the legs of the junction keeper into the back of the net, Jack Williams with the assist. Half time was Cefni 2 Junction 0. Junction came out the second half much brighter and had a few half chances that Cefni's defence dealt with comfortably but Junction's hope of a comeback were dashed when Evans completed his hat-trick on 73 minutes when Iwan Jones fed a through ball into the in-form Evans who converted with a cool finish from just inside the box. It got even better for Llangefni when Substitute Steve Jones came on and scored with his first touch to make it 4-0. Junction did pull a goal back through Dan Roberts on 84 minutes but Chris Roberts was delighted with his side's performance and  had this to say " The lads were outstanding today from start to finish, we had a game plan and stuck to it. We dominated possession and took our chances and were solid at the back. It was a great team performance, and another well earned 3pts. The supporters were brilliant yesterday and really got behind the lads so a massive thanks to them. We have three league games to go and a semi final. I will be looking for more of the same from the lads when we travel to Porthmadog on Tuesday night to face Barmouth & Dyffryn in the league".  kick off on Tuesday is 7:30pm and once again we urge all the the people of Llangefni to get behind their local club for the remaining games. C'mon The Town

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