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13th November 2018

Enillwyr Tachwedd/November Winners

£25 Andrew Williams, Llangefni. (89)

£15 Emyr Thomas, Llangefni. (81)

£10 Gwilym Williams, Porthaethwy. (87) 

Welsh Cup win

11th November 2018

Welsh Cup win

Llangefni Town progressed through to the Third round of the JD Welsh Cup with a convincing 5-1 win over Welsh Alliance rivals St Asaph City.  Cefni went into the game off the back of an unbeaten run and the result ensured the record is kept. 


Town looked lively from the start with high tempo passing and pressing every St Asaph touch.

The deadlock was broken on 6 minutes as Matthew Jones latched on to a through ball to shoot pass the keeper from close range. The home side pressed for a second soon after and controlling possession. The second goal came on 30 minutes, Matthew Jones at the heart of the action once again this time providing the assist for the unmarked Liam Morris who placed the ball into the top left hand corner of the visitors goal. Moments later it was 3-0, Jones involved once again when he was brought down for a penalty which was converted smartly by Kevin Lloyd.  St Asaph pulled one back on 45 minutes when Paul Fleming converted a penalty after being fouled from behind by Daniel Thomas. 3-1 HT. 


The goal before half time gave the visitors some hope and they could have closed the gap on the hour, Steve Sinclair forced to pull off couple of fantastic saves in goal for Cefni to keep the two goal advantage.  


On 74 minutes, clever interplay on the right between Gary Owen and Cai Powell-Roberts allows Owen to run in behind to square the ball to Morris to slot in his second and the fourth for the Town. ( Pictured)The Town continued to press and cause problems for the visitors and on the 90th minute the fifth of the game came from Alan Mark Owen with a header from a Liam Morris corner. 5-1



The Round 3 draw will be made on Monday and will be shown on FAW social media channels.


Lotto draw

10th November 2018

The winning numbers in tonight's Three Number Lotto draw were 9, 10, & 12.  No winner so the Jackpot rolls over to £300. The next draw takes place on Saturday 24 November at the Bull Hotel.

3-1 win v Llanberis

4th November 2018

3-1 win v Llanberis

Llangefni Town progressed to the 2nd Round of the Mawddach Cup with a 3-1 victory over Llanberis.  


Llangefni went ahead after just 3 minutes when Liam Morris shot low into the corner for his sixth goal of the season.


The visitors levelled on 18 minutes through Thomas Saynor’s neat finish from a Steffan Jones cross, but Llanberis keeper Louis Williams restored Cefni’s lead 10 minutes before half time, dropping the ball into his own net after failing to deal with a Matthew Jones corner. 


Liam Morris scored his second of the match to seal the win on 72 minutes, a cross field ball from Marvin Pritchard to Cai Powell Roberts on the run out wide who’s cross was met by Morris at the far post.  (Pictured)


Llangefni were far from their best against a battling Llanberis side, but once again did enough to continue their impressive start to the season.


Chris Roberts side have now won 13 and drawn one of their 14 games so far this season and will be looking to extend the unbeaten run next week at home against St Asaph in the 2nd Round of the Welsh Cup.  2:30 kickoff. 


29th October 2018

Llangefni Town Reserves came away from Llandyrnog with 3 points after coming from behind to win 2-1. The home side took the lead with an early penalty and goalkeeper Owen Hughes almost saved his 3rd of the season but the ball managed to squeeze past him and into the net. Cefni were soon level when they were awarded a penalty of their own when Sion Jones was pushed as he was about to head the ball. Aaron Rickards stepped up to score his 5th goal of the season. The visitors came out for the second half full of confidence and had the advantage of playing down hill. The winner came after 65 minutes when player/manager Gafyn Buckland hit a first time short from the half way line which looped over the keeper and into the net. Llangefni were well on top and should have made it more comfortable but Keenan Latham and Steven Jones' close range shots were saved and Nathan Sinnotts header went just wide of the post. The reserves travel to top of the league Porthmadog on Friday night 7.30 ko. 

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