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We Caught up with Chris...

30th September 2018

We Caught up with Chris...

We caught up with the gaffer for his thought on how the first 10 games of the season have gone.....

“Its been a great start to the season, winning 9 and drawing 1 in all competitions. 

Having to play the first 5 league games all away from home was a massive test for us and we came out of it unscathed really grabbing 13 points from a possible 15, against some of the top sides in the league as-well. The lads are working hard taking our instructions in and going out on the pitch an executing them and playing some really good football. I have to give credit to the players for our performances. We are defending as a team and going forward in numbers and it shows by us only conceding 4 and scoring 34 in 10 games. 

Theres pressure on us to go one better than last season and we are focussed and switched on enough to know that we must stay grounded and keep taking it a game at a time. 

Our thoughts now turn to next Saturdays Cup match at home to Llanrwst Utd. We will train hard again during the week and make sure we are ready for another tough test.

The supporters have been outstanding so far this season, the atmosphere around the ground is buzzing. And it really gives us a lift to see so many at our games and to hear them cheers us on, so a massive thanks from me and the lads and keep it up.”

Welsh Cup win

30th September 2018

Welsh Cup win

Llangefni Town progressed into the next round of the Welsh Cup with a 4 - 0 home win against Welsh National League side Saltney Town. 

 It didn’t take long for Llangefni to get going, Mathew Jones opening the scoring 4 minutes in with a clinical finish. 

Mathew Jones again was at the heart of the action for Llangefni’s second, his cross finding Kev Lloyd who’s shot hit the underside of the crossbar and out with Alan Mark Owen acting the quickest to notch it in.  

The speed of Rabiy Jumda and Jake Johnson was a constant threat for the visitors, but Ben Berrett ended any hope of a comeback getting sent off on 80th minute for a horrible tackle on Jack Williams.  

Cefni made the extra man count, on 82 minutes Jack Williams cutting in from the left to square the ball to Mathew Jones to score his second of the match to make it 3-0 and it was Kev Lloyd who finished things off in a dramatic style, his brilliant 25 yard strike finding the top corner of the net.  4-0. ( Pictured)

Manager Chris Roberts said:

“Another great win for us today and another clean sheet. Saltney were  the toughest opponent we have faced so far this season and we came out on top again. We played some really good football today and moved the ball well and didn’t really allow Saltney to see much of the ball and get at us. It was great to score another 4 goals but i feel that 4-0 was not flattering of our performance and in truth we could have scored more. The lads were outstanding and it was pleasing to see that we didn’t just win the match but we also won the battle, i knew that they would have got stuck in and try and get into our heads and wind us up but i asked for every player to make sure they won their individual battle and every single one of them did. We go again no next week at home in the cup where we will look to keep this run going”

Saltney town Chairman, Darren Meredith who originates from Llangefni said: All the best to Llangefni in the next round. We came up against a strong, organised side which with the talent up top will be a real threat. Let’s hope they go one step further and get in the CA where they belong. 

Cup action again next week, Llanrwst United at home in the Cookson Cup.  2:30 kickoff.  


Saltney Town FC visit Lon Talwrn

27th September 2018

Its cup action this weekend at Lon Talwrn as we entertain Saltney Town FC in the Welsh Cup.

The Boardermen come in good form having won the last 2 games 4-0 and only losing twice this season so far both by the hands of Mold Alexander once in the league and once in a cup fixture.

This should be a cracker of a cup fixture as both sides aren’t afraid of scoring a few goals.

Kick off is at 2.30pm and gate prices are £3 Adults £2 OAP and £1 Children

LLANGEFNI T RES 1-1 PEN PHOENIX RES

27th September 2018

LLANGEFNI T RES 1-1 PEN PHOENIX RES

Llangefni Town Reserves dominated most of this game but nearly lost it late on when Penmaenmawr Phoenix were awarded a penalty in injury time. The pen was saved by 16 year old goalkeeper Owen Hughes and losing this would have been really hard to take considering the amount of chances Cefni created. The visitors took the lead after 3 minutes when the left side of Llangefni's defence went to sleep and the winger had all the time in the world to slot away the opener. From then on it was one way traffic with Paul Rowlands pulling the strings in midfield. He had a great chance to equalise, so did Luca Woodcock and Aaron Rickards ( Pictured) but it looked like being one of those nights. Rowlands eventually scored when he won possession and cut inside from the right before his left foot finish found the bottom corner.

Llangefni created even more chances in the second half. Dan Thomas hit the bar, and Aaron Rickards snap shot produced one of the saves of the match from the Penmaenmawr keeper. The game finished 1-1 but Cefni can take plenty of encouragement from the performance and if they keep playing like that, they'll win plenty of games.  

Lotto draw result

26th September 2018

Numbers were 14, 16 & 18


1 winner.  Cheryl Banholzer, Bethel. Caernarfon winning £150.

 


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