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21st December 2017

Our reserves will resume their league fixtures starting on the 6th of January after manager Gafyn Buckland returned from a 3 month spell coaching in America. The team suffered two heavy defeats after he left which resulted in a few players leaving the club and some decided to stop playing all together. Upon his return, Gafyn revealed he has a few new signings in the pipeline and is optimistic about the future "It wasn't an easy decision to leave in September but I couldn't turn down the opportunity to work, learn and improve as a coach in a different country. My intention was always to come back and finish the job I started. When I took over as manager 2 and a half years ago, the main aim was to develop young local players and help them make the step up from the reserves to the first team. As far as I'm concerned nothing's changed and I'm delighted that several players have gone on to make their 1st team debuts, but to stay at that level they need to keep working hard as well as show the right attitude and commitment. We're giving players the chance to progress at their hometown club and it's up to them to grab the opportunity with both hands. Simple things like answering calls, replying to text messages, turning up to training and games on time is the minimum we expect from any player at the club. We're playing in a high level reserve league which can be unforgiving at times. It's vital that the players stick together, even more so after a heavy defeat. We have a hectic few months ahead of us because we have a lot of games to play but I'm looking forward to the challenge. C'mon the Town!!!". The reserves have a friendly against Llangefni U16's this Saturday at Rhostrehwfa, 1.30pm kick off.

Clwb 100 Club

11th December 2017

Enillwyr Rhagfyr/December Winners

£50 Dewi Jones, Ty Hen Bodffordd. (94)

£30 Carys Jones, 100 Pencraig, Llangefni.(58)

£20 Mark Williams c/o Huws Gray Llangefni. (74) 

Llangefni Town 4 - 2 Greenfield

10th December 2017

Llangefni Town moved to within 2 points of the top with a comfortable 4-2 win against Greenfield. 

Llangefni started brightly taking the lead after 6 minutes, a good move between James Saxon and Paul Rowlands found Iwan Jones who finished smartly from 10 yards out.   Jones doubled his and his teams tally 5 minutes later, finding himself through 1 on 1 with the keeper to slot home for his second. 

The second half started in similar fashion, Callum McMinimee this time curling home a wonderful effort from 15 yards in the 46th minute to extend Cefni’s lead to 3-0. 

On 51 minutes, a quickly taken free kick to Rowlands out wide, a first touch cross fell straight into the path of Jack Williams who scored a wonderful diving header at the far post. 4-0. 

Sam Jones scored a couple of consolation goals for the visitors late on to make it 4-2, but it was a really comfortable afternoon for the Town.  

A mini break now, our next fixture will be in three weeks time v Llanrug United. 30 December, 2pm kickoff

Pen-blwydd Hapus Nionyn

10th December 2017

Hoffem ddymuno Pen-blwydd Hapus i Nionyn sy’n 75 oed heddiw a diolch iddo am bopeth y mae'n ei wneud i’r clwb. Mwynha’r dathlu!

We would like to wish Nionyn a very Happy 75th Birthday Today and thank him for everything he does at the club. Have A Great Day!

Cookson Cup defeat

3rd December 2017

Goals from Aaron Hughes and Alan Mark Owen deep into injury time earned Llanrug United a 4-3 win over Llangefni Town.

Early goals from Llion Jones and Jonathan Sadler gave United a 2-0 lead in an evenly contested first half. 

It was all Cefni in the second half, playing some brilliant attacking football with goals from Craig Roberts and Dan Thomas pulling the match back just past the hour. Gari Owen looked as if he had won the tie for Llangefni in the 78th minute, the young defender made a surging run and unleashed a 20 yard strike into the top corner of the Llanrug net to make it 3-2.

A 92nd minute shot by Aaron Hughes cruelly deflected past Sinclair to make it 3-3.  Some might have had their minds on the match going into extra time, but Alan Mark Owen had a different idea getting himself on the end of a long throw into the area, looping a header into the goal making it 4-3 to Llanrug on 95minutes.  


Cefni threw everything forward in the final minutes in search of an equaliser but it wasn’t to be.  

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