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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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TRANSFER NEWS

16th September 2017

TRANSFER NEWS

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We are pleased to announce the signing of Callum McMinimee, we would like to thank Amlwch Town fc for their assistance ⚽️ 

Llongyfarchiadau Terry

15th September 2017

Llongyfarchiadau Terry

Llongyfarchiadau mawr i Terry, cyn ysgrifennydd y clwb am cael ei wobrwyo gan Cymdeithas Bêl Droed Cymru, am ei wasanaeth i'r gêm. Diolch hefyd am ei wasanaeth i'r clwb.

 

Congratulations to Terry our former secretary for being awarded by FAWales for his services to football. Also a huge thanks for his service to Llangefni Town fc.

"THE TOWN" FRUSTRATED AS ST ASAPH HOLD ON FOR A DRAW

11th September 2017

Llangefni did everything but score at St Asaph on Saturday but it was a good away performance against tough opposition. When it's not your day in front of goal it's important to keep it tight at the back and Chris Roberts will be happy his side managed to keep another clean sheet and come away with what could prove to be a valuable point at the end of the season.

Llangefni Reserves lost 4-1 at Llandudno Junction. Ross Mark scored just before half-time to make it 1-1 and manager Gafyn Buckland was satisfied with his side's first half performance, but disappointed with his team's naive defending that lead to conceding 3 very soft goals in the second half.   


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