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Top marks all round

26th September 2018

Top marks all round

Top of the league, Top Hygiene Rating!

The Town can proudly announce that we have just received a food hygiene rating of 5 for our new club house. Can I thank everyone involved in making this happen from everyone who donated to everyone who gave up time to build it together and make it what it is. A personal thanks to Ken who works hard each home game and everyone else who helps in the canteen to make all our fans both home and visitors feel welcome each visit. 

Llangefni Town Reserves v Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves

26th September 2018

Tonight our reserves side take on Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves at Cae Bob Parry. 

Penmaenmawr currently sit 8th in the reserves division table and will be looking to get their first away win this season.

Kick off is 7.30 and entry price is £1.

We hope to see you tonight. 

Welsh Cup action this weekend

25th September 2018

Welsh Cup action this weekend

Saturday we entertain Saltney Town FC at Cae Bob Parry in the Welsh Cup qualifier 2.

 

The Boardermen travel along the A55 having had a good start to the league campaign only losing once so far this season and sit mid table in the Welsh National League (Wrexham area)

Kick-off is 2.30pm and gate prices are £3 adults £2 OAP and £1 Children

As always we thank all our fans for coming and support the club.

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8 - 0 win v Junction

23rd September 2018

8 - 0 win v Junction

Llangefni Town opened up a 4 point lead at the top of the Welsh Alliance league with a rousing 8 - 0 extravaganza over Llandudno Junction.  


There were six changes to the side that beat Gaerwen last week and it didn’t take long for Cefni to get down to business, Iwan Jones opened the flood gates with his cross cum shot finding the top corner from 25 yards. On 19 minutes, great interchanging play down the left between Iwan Jones and Jack Williams who was pulled down in the area, a penalty was awarded.  Kev Lloyd stepped up to fire it in.  2-0.  


On 35 minutes, Jack Williams was at the heart of the action once more.  A fantastic cross from James Saxon on to the head of Alan Mark Owen who’s header pulled off the best save of the match by Tom James in Junctions goal, but Jack Williams was first to react to the rebound knocking the ball in making it 3-0.  ( Pictured)


Few minutes before half time, a corner was half cleared by Junction, the ball fell kindly to centre half Andy Sinclair who on the half volley connected sweetly with the ball to send it directly into the far top corner of the net from 25 yards, his goal will be a contender for the goal of the season.  4-0


More of the same followed in the second half.  Junction set themselves up to limit the damage but it didn’t stop Cefni doubling their tally. Striker Matthew Jones got in on the action finishing well from a tight angle on 59 minutes and moments later Iwan Jones headed in for his second with Alan Mark Owen being the provider. 


On 63 minutes Matthew Jones headed in to make it 7-0 and it was Alan Mark Owen who finished off a brilliant display with a deserved goal finishing with the assist coming from Iwan Jones.  


Next Saturday we’re at home again, this time it’s Welsh Cup action versus Saltney Town.  2:30 kickoff.  

Llangefni Town FC vs Llandudno Junction FC

21st September 2018

Llangefni Town FC vs Llandudno Junction FC


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