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SHARPIE SIGNS FOR "THE TOWN"

28th September 2017

SHARPIE SIGNS FOR "THE TOWN"

We are pleased to announce the signing of Gavin Sharpe from Holyhead Hotspur. The former Llanerchymedd midfielder came through the youth setup at Llangefni and also played for the reserves. We are delighted he's back at the club and would like to thank Holyhead Hotspur for their assistance.

YOUNGSTERS UNLUCKY IN PRESTATYN

28th September 2017

Llangefni Town Reserves can hold their head up high after a very good performance at top of the league Prestatyn. Cefni were unable to risk any first team players getting injured due to a few being unavailable on Saturday. The homes side fielded 5 of the their last Welsh Premier league squad including James Stead and Macaulay Taylor along side the experienced left back Jack Lewis. 3-0 is a convincing scoreline but it doesn't tell the full story. At 1-0, Keenan Latham was denied a clear goal scoring opportunity in the first half after being held back by the goalkeeper as he was about to shoot. The referee awarded the penalty but chose not to send the goalkeeper off because of a "new rule". The new double punishment rule is for undeliberate fouls only and this was clearly deliberate. Cameron Jones missed the penalty but playing against 10 men for over an hour would surely have changed the course of the game. 5 minutes later Gafyn Buckland hit the inside of the post from a tight angle. Prestatyn went on to score another 2 before half-time but Cefni's heads didn't go down. We continued to create chances in the second half and Steven Jones came close but was denied twice by the goalkeeper. Osian Goulding was excellent in goal while John Alex Jones at the back got better and better as the game went on. It was great to keep a clean sheet in the second half and the players can take a lot of heart from this performance against a very good Prestatyn side who will surely be favourites to win the league. 

RESERVES WIN 5-1 AGAINST JUNCTION RES

25th September 2017

Llangefni Reserves made it two wins in a rowe by beating Llandudno Junction Reserves at Lon Talwrn on Saturday. Except for Alun Roberts who got 90 minutes under his belt after being unavailable for the last 2 first team games, the rest of the starting eleven were 19 or under which is great for the future of club. Ross Mark opened the scoring in the first minute with a tap in after he pounced on a goalkeeping error. Cai Roberts made it 2-0 with a powerful header and Cameron Jones made no mistake from the penalty spot to make it 3-0. Osian Jones scored Cefni's fourth with an unstoppable finish just before half-time. Junction pulled a goal back on the hour but man of the match Harry Galeotti scored Llangefni's fifth in injury time after playing a one-two with Gary Griffiths and then produced a cool finish passed the keeper to cap off an impressive team performance. 

10 MAN CEFNI SEE OFF NANTLLE VALE

18th September 2017

Llangefni made it 3 clean sheets in a row as they beat Nantlle Vale 2-0 on Saturday. Cefni had numerous chances to open the scoring and did that just before half time as some great link up play between James Saxon, Paul Rowlands and Jack Williams saw the un-marked Craig Roberts in the area for a nice tap in. Cefni were again in complete control in the second half and creating plenty of chances but just could not find the back of the net. Iwan Jones took the ball round the out rushing goalkeeper to see his effort cleared off the line by Vale's defender. Jack Williams was sent off for a harsh second booking but even with 10 men Vale could not get into the Cefni half. Iwan Jones did seal the win for the visitors as he calmly slotted the ball underneath the Vale goalkeeper and into the bottom left corner of the net. The win moves Cefni up to 3rd, three points behind leaders Llanrwst Utd.

Llangefni Town Reserves also kept a clean sheet as they beat Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves 1-0 at Lon Talwrn. 16 year old Cameron Jones scored the winner after 10 minutes and although both teams had numerous chances, there were no further goals.

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16th September 2017

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