Com­fort­able vic­tory puts Cefni on top

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LLANGEFNI Town went top of Welsh Al­liance League Di­vi­sion One with a com­fort­able 3-0 home vic­tory over Llandyrnog United last Satur­day.

Goals from Kevin Lloyd, Liam Mor­ris and mid­fielder Sean Pritchard se­cured the points.

Cefni dom­i­nated from the start, and, on 27 min­utes, Mor­ris’ through ball found its way to Lloyd who rounded the keeper, was about to shoot into the empty net but was pulled down from be­hind.

A penalty was awarded but, for some rea­son, the ref­eree de­cided to give out a yel­low card for what should have been a bla­tant red.

Lloyd got up to con­vert from the spot. On 36 min­utes, it was 2-0. Good work down the right by Cai Pow­ell-Roberts saw his cross find Mor­ris, whose shot found its way into the bot­tom right-hand cor­ner through a crowd of play­ers.

The sec­ond half continued in much the same vein, with Llangefni look­ing bright and con­fi­dent ev­ery time they came for­ward.

The third goal came on 64 min­utes af­ter Cefni kept pos­ses­sion re­ally well, Alan Mark Owen lay­ing the ball off for Pritchard to fire home.

Llangefni man­ager Chris Roberts said: “It was a good day at the of­fice.

“Al­though the score­line should have been more, I was sat­is­fied with the team’s per­for­mance and how com­fort­able the win was.”

Mynydd Llan­de­gai led 2-0 at St As­aph City through an Andy Barker pair, but two very late replies earned Saints a 2-2 draw.

In Di­vi­sion Two, Llan­ner­chymedd went top af­ter beat­ing Kin­mel Bay 2-0.

Rob Jones and Tudur Wil­liams pro­vided the cru­cial sec­ond-half goals for the home side.

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