Season 2017/18 Club News
Saturday 2 June 2018
Presentation Night at the Con Club:
Player of the Season - Gary Jo Owen
Young Player of Season - Kurt Harris
Top Goalscorer - Gary Jo Owen
Managers Player - Ash Beck
Players Player - Colm Foley
Most Improved Player - Luke McKittrick
Most Dedicated Player - Jamie Keily
Friday 1 June 2018
Caergybi win Megan Cup Final 3-2
Gary Jo Owen
Bringing the Megan Cup back to Holyhead!!!, came back from 1-0 down to draw 1-1 with a Glenn North goal, then 2-1 down and an equalizer from Luke McKittrick, Gary Jo Owen secured the 3-2 win and also his Bob Brodie top scorer spot, Great team commitment and performance, battled to the end against a strong Bryngwran side. Kieran Weeks in goal for Caergybi well deserved man of the match who made some fantastic saves.
Brilliant end to our 1st season well done lads!
Monday 28 May 2018
Car Boot Cup Final at Bangor City FC
Arriva Bangor 6 Caergybi 4
Gary Jo Owen x3
Liam Williams x1
Congratulations to Arriva Bangor on winning the Car Boot Cup.
A minutes silence was held before kick off for Myles Thomas RIP.
A friend to many of our players, thoughts with his family at this sad time.
Saturday 19 May 2018
Arriva Bangor 5 Caergybi 5 (League)
Gary Jo Owen x3
Ash Beck x1
Dewi Thomas x1
Andy Clarke x3
Liam Roberts x1
Dan Lowies x1 (og)
Beach Road Bangor for our last Anglesey League match of the season, conditions hot and sunny for the 2.30pm kick-off.
Arriva first to score from a penalty on 3 minutes following a miss-timed challenge from Caergybi goalie Kieran Weeks. 15 minutes later Arriva scored again to make it 2-0. Gary Jo Owen scored on the half hour mark then Arriva scored after 38 minutes to leave the half time score at 3-1 to Arriva. A very poor performance from Caergybi in the first half that also included 2 early substitutions due to injuries for Jack Roberts and Liam Williams.
Second half and Ash Beck scored for Caergybi on 62 minutes followed by a Gary Jo Owen penalty goal on 70 minutes after he was fouled in the box, scores level 3-3. Arriva scored on 80 minutes to retake the lead, shortly followed by a Caergybi own goal as Dan Lowies blocked a cross with the ball unluckily deflecting into his own net, score 5-3 to Arriva and only a few minutes left to play. Gary Jo Owen scored for his hat-trick on 90 minutes to make it 5-4 and captain Dewi Thomas scored 2 minutes into injury time to level the scores 5-5.
A great last minute fight back but Caergybi needed the win today and 3 points, a draw was better than a loss but the players felt disappointed knowing they are capable of better, the result of a poor first half.
Thursday 3 May 2018
Mynydd Tigers 4 Caergybi 1
Dargie Cup Semi-Final replay
Bangor City 3G
Goal for Caergybi:
Elliot Luiz Patterson
Goalscorers for Mynydd not verified.
Bangor 3g tonight for this Away Semi-Final match with a 7pm kick-off. Mynydd defending deep and breaking fast with long balls forward gave them 3 goals in the first half on 9, 27 and 31 minutes. Caergybi playing off form and struggled to create anything in the first 45. Half time score 3-0 to Mynydd.
Caergybi captain Dewi Thomas replaced in second half by Liam Williams, Elliot Patterson scoring from close range on 55 minutes as Caergybi tried to launch a come back, score 3-1. Caergybi went down to 10 men following a second yellow card. On 76 minutes Mynydd scored to seal their Home win and a place in the Dargie Cup Final, late replacements for Caergybi were Mike Murphy for Andy Stuart and Rich Argyle for Kurt Harris. Final score 4-1.
A big game for Caergybi but sadly one of our worst performances of the season.
Caergybi awarded Mynydd man of match to their #8 Ciaran Brady.
Man of match for Caergybi #4 Colm Foley.
The end of a busy week of footy for Caergybi with this game following the 120 minute extra time match v Valley on Saturday evening and v Bodorgan on Monday evening. Bit of a fixture break now as we await the Megan Cup Final, the Car Boot Final and our final League away match.
Saturday 30 April 2018
Caergybi 9 Bodorgan 0 (League)
goals for Caergybi
Kurt Harris x1
Gary Jo Owen x5
Ashley Beck x1
Liam Williams x1
Rich Argyle x1
Tonight's 6.30pm evening kick-off at Millbank v Bodorgan, the final Home league fixture for Caergybi this season, pitch in great condition and fine weather.
Kurt Harris first to score for the home side after 4 minutes, followed by 4 goals for Gary Jo Owen on 10, 12, 20 and 25 minutes put Caergybi in a strong position before the half hour mark. Ashley Beck scoring on 37 minutes to give a half-time score of 6-0, Liam Williams with assists for 5 out of the 6 first half goals.
Liam Williams scoring 4 minutes into the second half for a 7-0 lead. 1st substitution and Mike Murphy gave way to Rich Argyle who scored on 75 minutes for 8-0. 2nd substitution Daf Edwards replaced by Gareth Smith. Gary Jo Owen bagging his 5th goal on the night with 10 minutes left to play. 3rd and final substitution Ash Beck replaced by Connor Lee, final score 9-0.
Without taking too much away from a solid Caergybi performance, with many missed chances, Bodorgan have their eyes on the Rowlands Tree Service Cup Final this Friday at Holyhead Hotspur FC and they did not challenge too hard tonight, we know they have been playing to a stronger standard recently.
Caergybi awarded Bodorgan man of the match to their #8 Mark Hughes.
Caergybi man of the match went to Gary Jo Owen.
Our Club wishes Bodorgan every success for their upcoming Final this Friday.
Saturday 28 April 2018
Caergybi 7 Valley 4 AET Car Boot Semi-Final
(4-4 at 90 minutes)
Mike Williams x3
Paul Williams x1
Gary Jo Owen x5
Dewi Thomas x2
Sunny Millbank for this local derby semi-final with 2 top Anglesey League sides contesting a place in the Car Boot Cup Final.
Valley were first to score after only 2 minutes played with a well taken goal by Mike Williams. After 25 mins a nice assist from Richard Argyle gave Gary Jo Owen the equalizer for Caergybi. Five minutes later, Dewi Thomas stepped up to take a free kick to give the home side a 2-1 lead. An injury to Liam Williams forced an early substitution, Elliot Patterson replacing him just before half-time.
Half-time score Caergybi 2 Valley 1.
Gary Jo Owen scoring twice in the second half on 65 and from a penalty on 75 minutes to give Caergybi a 4-1 lead with only 15 minutes left, but the game was far from over.
Valley fought hard and never gave up with Mike Williams scoring from a penalty on 77 minutes and another goal on 83 minutes, Caergybi lost Jack Roberts through injury in the second half replaced by Byron Jones. Paul Williams for Valley equalizing in second half injury time and taking the match into extra time.
Score at full time 4-4.
Into extra time and Gary Jo Owen put the home side into the lead again on 96 minutes, Caergybi captain Dewi Thomas launched a long range shot from the half way line to score after 114 minutes and Gary Jo Owen finished up with his fifth goal of the evening on 118 minutes to leave the final score 7-4. Valley finishing with 10 men after one of their players received a second yellow.
The match was played in very good spirit and credit to both sides for the effort all players put in, we wish Valley Football Club best wishes - good bunch of lads.
Caergybi gave the Valley man of the match to Mike Williams.
Man of the match for Caergybi was Gary Jo Owen.
Tuesday 24 April 2018
Pentraeth 0 Caergybi 2 (Anglesey League)
Gary Jo Owen x1
Jack Roberts x1
Caergybi's first away trip to Pentraeth tonight for a 6.15pm kick off, the pitch in good condition despite a full day of heavy rain.
Many missed opportunities in the first half for Caergybi as well as some outstanding saves from Pentraeth keeper Gwyndaf Hughes, it looked like a goal was never going to come, half time score 0-0.
Into the second half and still it looked like this was heading into a goalless draw, Manager Dale Moffat brought in many changes mid way into the second half, a change of formation did the trick with Gary Jo Owen scoring on 75 minutes with an assist from Liam Williams, Jack Roberts scoring soon after on 83 minutes to secure the valuable 3 points for Caergybi, now top spot in the Anglesey League.
Our man of the match for Caergybi was given to Dewi Thomas.
Caergybi awarded Pentraeth man of the match to Gwyndaf Hughes.
We wish Pentraeth good luck and thanks for their hospitality.
Tuesday 17 April 2018
Caergybi 14 Llandegfan 1 (Car Boot Cup 1/4 Final)
Gary Jo Owen x8
Dewi Thomas x1
Dan Lowies x1
Ashley Beck x2
Glenn North x2
Dale Rowlands x1
Caergybi glad to be back playing at Millbank for the 1st time since 2 December, on a very windy pitch for this evenings kick-off at 6pm.
The match started with probably the fastest Anglesey League goal ever scored with a direct ball from kick-off that found Glenn North who opened the score 1-0 to Caergybi inside 6 seconds. Another 7 goals in the first half came from Dewi Thomas (10min), Gary Jo Owen (14, 20, 44 & 46 min), Glenn North (28min) and Dan Lowies (32min), half-time score 8-0 to Caergybi. Caergybi keeper Kieran Weeks mostly a spectator in the first half.
Playing into the strong wind second half didn't stop the goals coming, Gary Jo Owen in prolific form equalling his 4 first half goals with 4 more in the second half on 50, 80, 89 & 90 minutes. Ashley Beck netting on 61 and 63 minutes.
Llandegfan managed to get a goal back with a well taken shot from Dale Rowlands beating Caergybi keeper Kieran Weeks with a long shot dipping under the bar on 69 minutes.
Man of the match for Caergybi was Liam Williams who despite not getting on the score sheet was credited with 7 assists and dictated play in the Llandegfan half.
Caergybi gave Llandegfan's man of the match to Neil Gillard
We thank Llandegfan for the excellent spirit in which they always play and wish them best of luck.
Tuesday 10 April 2018
Caergybi 2 Bryngrwan Bulls 1
Goals for Caergybi:
Gary Jo Owen x2
Goal for Bryngrwran:
Caergybi went 1-0 down after 18 minutes from a great long distance shot from James Ryan, it looked as if this was to be the final score against a strong Bulls side however two late strikes from Gary Jo Owen, one of which was a last minute goal gave Caergybi the 2-1 win.
Well done to the lads for giving it everything till the final whistle.
Players from both sides are eager to meet up again on Friday in the Megan Cup Final, it should be a game not to be missed.
Thanks to Bulls for letting us play this home fixture away at Bryngwran, and for your excellent hospitality.
Saturday 7 April 2018
Caergybi 5 Arriva 3 (Megan Cup Semi-Final at 3G Bangor)
Goals from Kurt Harris (20m), Liam Williams (30m) and a Hat-Trick from Gary Jo Owen (62, 77 & 89m) gave Caergybi the win and a place in the Megan Cup Final. Arriva goals came from Scott Hughes, Chris Dawson & Kieran Davies on 38, 60 & 86 mins.
Caergybi gave man of the match for Arriva to Scott Hughes
Man of the match for Caergybi was Gary Jo Owen
Saturday 10 March 2018
Llandegfan 2 Caergybi 12
Ryan Hughes x2
Liam Williams x1
Luke Mckittrick x2
Ashley Beck x2
Glenn North x3
Elliot Patterson x1
Dafydd Edwards x2
Jack Roberts x1
With many games cancelled due to the bad weather we thank Llandegfan for hosting this match at Bangor 3G.
Llandegfan took an early lead from a Ryan Hughes goal in the first minute of the game but 2 minutes later Liam Williams equalised for Caergybi. Further goals in the first half came from Luke McKittrick, Ashley Beck x2, Glenn North, Elliot Patterson and Daf Edwards for Caergybi, half-time score 1-7 to Caergybi.
Second half saw further goals from Caergybi players Daf Edwards, Jack Roberts, Luke Mckittrick, Glenn North x2 for his hat-trick and a late second goal from Llandegfan's Ryan Hughes.
Final score 2-12.
Llandegfan awarded MoM for Caergybi to Elliot Patterson #8
Caergybi awarded MoM for Llandegfan to Dale Rowlands #1
Saturday 24 February 2018
Caergybi 1 Bontnewydd 2
NWCFA Jnr Challenge Cup 3rd Round
Elliot Patterson 72min
Morgan Roberts 49min
Ian Pleming 88 mins
This Cup match played at the 3G pitch at Bangor City saw Caergybi up against a strong Bontnewydd team who are in the league above.
A couple of good saves by Kieran Weeks in goal for Caergybi in the opening minutes kept Bontnewydd from getting an early lead. On 20 minutes a good save from the Bontnewydd keeper denying a goal to Kurt Harris, the best goalscoring chance of the first half with both teams going in at 0-0 half-time.
A few minutes into the second half saw Morgan Roberts putting Bontnewydd in the lead, 10 minutes later Gary Jo Owen forces a penalty save from the Bontnewydd keeper. A second penalty chance was put away by Elliot Patterson to level the scores 1-1 with about 20 minutes remaining. In the last couple of minutes of the match when many were expecting to run into extra time, a good effort from Gary Jo Owen went just wide shortly followed by the winning goal from Ian Pleming to give Bontnewydd the 2-1 win.
The game was played on a bright sunny day in good conditions, Bontnewydd will no doubt be happy to progress in the Cup, Caergybi will be pleased with a great performance up against a higher league side.
Saturday 3 Februrary 2018
Caergybi 3 Valley 5
goals for Caergybi:
Gary Jo Owen
goals for Valley:
Justin Williams x3
Danny Roberts x2
A hard fought local derby with Valley running out deserved winners, great effort put in by both sides.
MoM for Valley - Justin Williams
MoM for Caergybi - Luke McKittrick
Saturday 27 January 2018
Caergybi 7 Llandegfan 0 (Megan Cup)
Ashley Beck x4
Richard Argyle x1
Gary Jo Owen x1
Scott Pettersen x1
Under floodlights at Bangor City 3G pitch for Caergybi's first game in the Megan Cup against Llandegfan with a 5.30 evening kick-off.
Two early goals on 5 minutes and 7 minutes from Ashley Beck put Caergybi in front, the score was to remain the same up to half-time.
Two minutes into the second half and Ashley Beck got his hat-trick to make it 3-0. Richard Argyle scoring on 50 minutes then Gary Jo Owen scoring on 55 minutes to make it 5-0 Caergybi. Gary Jo Owen was fouled in the box to give Caergybi a penalty, taken by Gary Jo Owen but well saved by man of the match for Llandegfan goalie Hywel Hughes. Ashley Beck got his 4th goal on 80 minutes shortly followed by Scott Pettersen scoring to leave the final score at 7-0 to Caergybi.
The game not as one-sided as the scoreline says, Llandegfan always dangerous on the break with their two fast strikers No7 Geraint Roberts and No11 Callum Glaves, who kept the Caergybi defence busy at times.
We would like to wish Llandegfan good luck for the rest of the season and thanks for a good spirited match.
Saturday 20 January 2018
Llangoed Res 3 Caergybi 4
Goals for Caergybi
Gary Jo Owen
Away at Bangor City 3G for a Car Boot Trophy group B match against Langoed Reserves today.
Fast start to the match with Glenn North, Gary Jo Owen and Jack Roberts scoring in the first 10 minutes of the game to put us 3-0 in front.
Llangoed repled with a goal on 25 minutes. 10 minutes later Llangoed goalkeeper Rhys Owen was red carded for handball outside his area.
Half time score 3-1 to Caergybi.
Minutes into the second half Caergybi captain Dewi Thomas scored to put Caergybi 4-1 into the lead.
Llangoed scored from a penalty on 55 minutes and ten minutes later scored again to make it 4-3 to Caergybi.
Caergybi went down to 10 men halfway into second half following red card to Jack Roberts.
Caergybi should have scored from many chances during the second half but could not find the target.
Our man of the match for Llangoed Reserves - No7 Llion Roberts
Caergybi man of the match - No11 Ashley Beck
This was our final group B match in the Car Boot trophy in which we are unbeaten following previous wins over Bodorgan, Valley and Pentraeth Reserves.
Many thanks to Llangoed for arranging this fixture at Bangor 3G good luck for the rest of the season.
Saturday 6 January 2018
Caergybi 0 Valley 5 (Lucas Oil Cup)
Caergybi's first game in the Lucas Oil Cup today, with many players missing and our home pitch at Millbank being waterlogged and unplayable. We would like to thank Valley FC, the Anglesey League & NWCFA for helping us to re-arrange the fixture so it could be played at Valley's home ground Cae Mwd.
Our first game since 16 December and up against a strong Valley side who were still confident following their win last Saturday against Mynydd Tigers.
Caergybi squandered some good goal scoring chances from play and free-kicks in the first half but it was Valley to score the first goal on 37 minutes from a Justin Williams strike. Half-time score 1-0 Valley.
Kurt Harris was brought on by Caergybi in the second half and made a good impact on the game earning our man of the match for the home side. Four goals from Valley sub Ryan Hall during the end of the second half killed the game giving Valley the 5-0 win. Valley goalkeeper Jamie Owen earning man of the match for Valley from Caergybi.
We wish Valley FC continued success in the next rounds of the Lucas Oil Cup.
Saturday 16 December 2017
Mynydd Tigers 5 Caergybi 3 (Elias Cup match)
Goals for Caergybi
Gary Jo Owen x2
Caergybi travelled away to play Mynydd Tigers at Bangor City's 3g pitch today with a 2pm kick-off.
Mynydd Tigers first to score from a Herbie Hofsteede header on 10 minutes. 5 minutes later, Gary Jo Owen made it 1-1 with a header from a Jack Roberts cross. On 35 minutes, Caergybi goalie Kieran Weeks received a red card for handling just outside the area, Tigers scored from the resulting free kick to take the lead 2-1. Caergybi down to 10 men. Gary Jo Owen levelled the scoreline to 2-2 just before the half-time whistle.
Second half and two more goals from Tigers on 50 and 55 minutes gave the home side a healthy 4-2 lead. On 72 minutes Caergybi Captain Dewi Thomas scored from a free-kick to make it 4-3, game on. Caergybi pushed hard for a last minute equalizer to force extra time in this cup match but on 80 minutes Tigers scored again to leave the final score at 5-3.
The end of a very long winning streak for Caergybi unbeaten since September, was always going to be a hard game down to 10 men against one of our league's strongest sides away from home. We wish Mynydd Tigers good luck in the next round of the Elias Cup.
Man of the Match for Caergybi - Jack Roberts.
Saturday 9 December 2017
Llandudno Athletic 1 Caergybi 2 (NWCFA Jnr Challenge Cup 2nd Round)
Goal for Llandudno Athletic:
Goals for Caergybi:
Gary Jo Owen
Away at Llandudno Athletic today for one of the few matches on with many postponed due to bad weather affecting pitches this weekend.
From the start the game was a scrappy affair with neither side retaining possession for long. First goal was provided on 17 minutes from a Liam Williams corner kick to Gary Jo Owen who put it past the keeper. Glenn North making it 0-2 on 24 minutes with a dipping volley into the top corner giving the Llandudno Athletic keeper no chance. The home side found goal on the half-hour mark with a well taken effort by their No7 Jack Williams.
Half-time score 1-2.
The second half failed to produce any goals, Caergybi happy to progress on to round 3 of the NWCFA Junior Challenge Cup in the last 16.
We would like to thank Llandudno Athletic FC for their excellent hospitality and wish them continued success in the Vale of Conwy & Clwyd League where they appear to be valid title contenders.
Saturday 2 December 2017
Caergybi 10 Pentraeth Reserves 2 (Car Boot Cup)
Goals for Pentraeth:
Jon Morton x2
Goals for Caergybi:
Jack Roberts x3
Liam Williams x2
Glenn North x4
Lots of action and goals in this Car Boot Cup match, Caergybi first to score on 4 minutes with a nice Kurt Harris strike followed a couple of minutes later by Jack Roberts to put Caergybi 2-0 up. Pentraeth had some pace up front with Jon Morton and Jack Diamond with Jon Morton scoring on 12 minutes for the visitors. Two powerful volleys from Liam Williams on 20 minutes and 25 minutes put Caergybi 4-1 up. Jamie Keily making a good save for Caergybi with 35 minutes gone to protect the lead. Jack Roberts got his second goal on 40 minutes shortly followed by a Glenn North goal to give a half-time score of 6-1.
Five minutes into the second half and Glenn North scores his second, shortly after Jon Morton gets his second goal for Pentraeth to leave a 7-2 scoreline. On 55 minutes Jack Roberts scores and makes his hat-trick then five minutes later Glenn North scores for his hat-trick, 9-2 to Caergybi with one hour played. Caergybi manager Dale Moffat makes all 3 subs with Rich Argyle replacing Kurt Harris, Connor Lee replacing Jack Roberts and Byron Jones replacing Liam Williams. The last goal of the game coming from Glenn North to bag his 4th on 77 minutes, final score 10-2 to Caergybi.
Caergybi named Jon Morton as Pentraeth man of the match, a fast paced game played in good spirits. We wish Pentraeth Reserves good luck for the rest of the season.
Saturday 18 November 2017
Caergybi 5 Valley 1 (og)
Dewi Thomas x1
Gary Jo Owen x4
Local derby time for Caergybi today at Millbank playing Valley FC in the Car Boot Cup, the game kicked off at 2pm in good weather.
An early ankle injury to Caergybi goalie Kieran Weeks in the opening minutes brought the game to a stop while he received treatment. Under pressure from Valley the opening goal was given as an own goal by Kieran Weeks on 15 minutes to put Valley in the lead. Shortly after a free-kick taken by captain Dewi Thomas levelled the score 1-1. Valley threatened to score again minutes later but after a goal mouth scramble the ball was cleared safely. It was Caergybi’s turn to threaten goal shortly after with Liam Williams on his debut beating the Valley goalie but an amazing bit of defence work from the Valley captain turned the shot out for a corner. A good effort from Konner Druce was tipped over the bar by the Valley goalie on 40 minutes. Just as it looked though the sides were going into half-time level Gary Jo Owen scored for Caergybi on 44 minutes. Half-time score 2-1.
Mid way through the second half, manager Dale Moffat made some changes bringing Liam Williams and Konner Druce off replaced by Elliot Patterson and Luke McKittrick. It wasn’t long before Elliot Patterson placed a free-kick to Gary Jo Owen to score Caergybi’s 3rd goal. Jack Roberts was brought on to replace Andy Stuart for the 3rd and final substitution in this fast game. Gary Jo Owen got his hat-trick minutes later to put Caergybi on 4-1. The final goal coming from a well taken cross by Elliot Patterson to Gary Jo Owen for his 4th goal to end the match 5-1.
Man of the match for Caergybi - Gary Jo Owen, man of the match for Valley - Ryan Heywood.
The game was close despite the final score, Caergybi goalie Kieran Weeks was kept busy at times despite not being 100% since picking up an injury early on, Valley played some very good football and there was a good number of spectators there to enjoy the game. We wish Valley FC all the best for the rest of the season.
Saturday 11 November 2017
Arriva 0 Caergybi 4 (Dargie Cup)
Gary Jo Owen x2
Caergybi travelled to Bangor today to play Arriva in the Dargie Cup with a 1.30pm kick off. Conditions were damp but Arriva had worked hard to get the pitch playable at Beach Road and all good to go.
Caergybi captain Dewi Thomas back from injury laid a long ball through to Gary Jo Owen who scored on 5 minutes, 10 minutes later man of the match for Arriva Scott Hughes was through 1 on 1 against Caergybi Keeper Kieran Weeks who put a great save in. Not long after, the Arriva goalie Dion Williams made and excellent save to deny a good attempt from Konner Druce. It was just after half hour played when a long ball from Dafydd Edwards gave Gary Jo Owen the chance to strike and make it 0-2 to Caergybi.
Early in the second half Arriva managed to push forward more but the Caergybi defence managed to keep any threats out, some chances to kill the game early were missed by Caergybi with Arriva goalie Dion Williams playing well, it was 77 minutes before a long run down the right and goal from Luke McKittrick gave the visitors a 3-goal cushion. Kurt Harris making the final score 0-4 on 87 minutes with an assist from Elliot Patterson.
Another clean sheet for Caergybi and through to the semi-finals of the Dargie Cup, a very clean game from both sides and we wish Arriva good luck for the rest of the season. Man of the match for Caergybi was Konner Druce.
Saturday 4 November 2017
Caergybi 4 Arriva 0
Gary Jo Owen
Kurt Harris x2
The Arriva away bus travelled to Millbank today to play Caergybi at home for the first time in this Anglesey League match. Caergybi were without skipper Dewi Thomas through injury so the captains’ armband went to goalie Kieran Weeks, new signing Andy Stuart also making his debut for the club.
After 20 minutes play the first real chance fell to a Konner Druce shot from close range but deflected out for a corner. On 25 minutes Elliot Patterson took a free-kick from the half way line which was met with a back header from Gary Jo Owen and into the back of the net to open the score 1-0. Two minutes later a bit of a fumble from Arriva goalie Sam Williams gave Konner Druce his chance to hit goal, score 2-0. Kieran Weeks made a vital save on 36 minutes to keep the score at 2-0 into half-time.
All subs were used mid-way through the second half with Tim Roberts replacing Glenn North, Kurt Harris replacing Nathan Harris and Connor Lee replacing Gary Jo Owen.
On 80 minutes another goalkeeping error gave Kurt Harris the chance to pounce in and score, 3-0 to Caergybi. Three minutes later, some good passing work created another chance for Kurt Harris to score the final goal 4-0 to Caergybi.
We gave Arriva man of the match to their number 8, Scott Hughes who put a good shift in. For Caergybi, man of the match Kieran Weeks - his first time as club captain and as goalie will be pleased with our first clean sheet of the season.
The match was played in good spirit by both sides and we look forward to meeting Arriva again away next Saturday in the Dargie Cup, kicking off at 1.30pm.
Saturday 28 October 2017
Valley 2 Caergybi 4
Goals for Valley – Justin Williams, George Hibbert
Goals for Caergybi – Elliot Patterson x2, Konner Druce, Gary Jo Owen
The only Anglesey League match this weekend saw Caergybi away to Valley FC, two top of the table teams up against each other and it met up with expectations of being an exciting game.
Early chances in the first 15 minutes from Caergybi free-kicks and Valley corners came to nothing, but then a free-kick awarded to Caergybi well taken by Elliot Patterson put the visitors in front 0-1 on 17 minutes.
Ten minutes later, a well-timed flick pass from Gary Jo Owen on his debut for Caergybi left Konner Druce with the chance to score past Valley goalkeeper Justin Hughes, 0-2 to Caergybi.
On 28 minutes Justin Williams broke through the Caergybi defence to score and keep Valley in the game at 1-2.
Four minutes later, Elliot Patterson smashed a volley from distance into the back of the net to leave the score at half time 1-3 to Caergybi.
Early in the second half chances from Gary Jo and Elliot Patterson were denied by the Valley goalkeeper to keep the game alive. Valley went down to 10 men soon after following a red card offence.
On the hour mark, Konner Druce was brought down in the box just as he was about to shoot, penalty awarded, taken by Gary Jo Owen to put Caergybi in the lead 1-4.
Despite this score mid-way through the second half it was far from a one-sided game and Valley always looked dangerous in front of goal. The high energy game had Caergybi using all 3 subs later on (skipper Dewi Thomas replaced by Gareth Smith, Glenn North replaced by Jack Roberts and Luke McKittrick replaced by Kurt Harris).
Valley continued to press hard and number 6 George Hibbert made it 2-4 with a well taken goal. A brilliant save by Kieran Weeks tipping a shot onto the bar and out for a corner 5 minutes from time was the final highlight of an exciting game played in good spirit by both teams.
Caergybi named their man of the match as Ashley Beck for some brilliant midfield work throughout the game, also a great debut for Gary Jo Owen.
Saturday 14 October 2017
Bodorgan 1 (pen) Caergybi 4
Goals for Caergybi from:
Konner Druce x2
Colm Foley x1
Glenn North x1
Caergybi travelled to Cae Cob in Malltraeth to play Bodorgan in a Car Boot Cup match today, both teams in Group B of the Cup at its league stage.
Good play down the left in the opening 20 minutes gave Jack Roberts 3 goal scoring chances that went just wide. Minutes later Ashley Beck crossed from by the right-hand corner flag which was met by a Konner Druce header at height to open the score at 0-1 for Caergybi. On 35 minutes, a penalty was awarded to Bodorgan, Luke Holloway playing number 10 and man of the match for Bodorgan took the pen to level the score at 1-1.
The teams went into the half-time break level with Caergybi realising they maybe had overplayed the ball in the Bodorgan half and not created enough chances.
The deadlock was broken by an outstanding strike from defender Colm Foley who worked his way into the Bodorgan half about 40 yards from goal and struck a sweet volley into the top left-hand corner of goal about 10 minutes into the second half to put the visitors in the lead 1-2. Caergybi manager Dale Moffat then decided to make some changes bringing new signing Glenn North and Dafydd Edwards on to replace Ashley Beck and Kieran Murphy.
On about the hour mark, a long throw in from Scott Pettersen was met with another Konner Druce header to put Caergybi in the lead 1-3. Jack Roberts who had been busy with many runs was replaced late on by Elliot Patterson. Another long throw by Scott Pettersen was headed into goal by Glenn North on his debut for Caergybi to leave the final score at 1-4 to the visitors.
The match was played in good spirit with only one caution given, Caergybi had good control of the game for the most part with man of the match Dewi Thomas, Mike Murphy and Luke McKittrick in midfield. Bodorgan were dangerous at times on the break.
Good luck to Bodorgan for the rest of the season and thanks for hosting this cup game.
Saturday 30 September 2017
Llangoed Reserves 3 Caergybi 2
Goals for Caergybi - Kurt Harris, Dewi Thomas
Goals for Llangoed - Matty Owen, Arwyn Morris, Wayne Thomas
With the Talysarn Celts v Llangoed match postponed we were expecting to face a different Llangoed Reserves side who now had many first team players available but our first team players were well up for the challenge knowing it would be a different game to our 10-3 victory from our last meet at Caergybi.
Caergybi had 2 good chances in the first 10 minutes from well taken free kicks by Dewi Thomas that were well defended by Llangoed. Caergybi first to score on 35 minutes from a Kurt Harris volley. Moments later a free kick from Dewi Thomas had Konner Druce looping a header into the Llangoed goal, it was ruled offside due to another player infringing. Llangoed levelled the score from a great free kick by Matty Owen on 42 minutes. Half time score 1-1.
Just as the second half started an unlucky defensive/goalkeeping slip led to Arwyn Thomas scoring to put Llangoed in the lead 2-1. Llangoed worked hard to protect this lead until Dewi Thomas rifled in a powerful volley from an assist by Ashley Beck on his debut that left the Llangoed goalkeeper no chance and levelled the score 2-2 with just over 15 minutes left, motivated by this equalizer Caergybi pushed hard for the winner but it was not to be as the Llangoed keeper Lee Heywood made some amazing saves to deny attempts from Gareth Smith, Dewi Thomas and Konner Druce. Wayne Thomas scored for the home side to leave the final score at 3-2 to Llangoed.
The game was played in good spirit by both sides and some of the best play from Caergybi so far this season but regrettably too many chances were not taken.
Many thanks to Llangoed for their hospitality and good luck for the season.
Saturday 23 September 2017
Mynydd Tigers 2 Caergybi 1
Goal for Caergybi - Konner Druce
Goals for Mynydd Tigers - Herbie Hofsteede, Mike Williams
On 15 minutes Herbie Hofsteede scored a breakaway goal to put Tigers 1-0 up, minutes later Konner Druce weaved through Tigers defence and goalie to pass the ball into the net and level the score 1-1. It looked like Konner Druce was going to make it 2-1 to the visitors not long after but the offside flag denied a great goalscoring chance. Jack Roberts had to be replaced due to an injury on 36 minutes. Just as it seemed the teams were going into half time level, Mynydd Tigers captain Mike Williams headed goal just inside the right hand post from a corner kick.
Both teams battled hard in the second half, Tigers dug in to protect their lead and Caergybi pushed hard to come away with a result, frustrating for the Caergybi players who knew they were capable of a better performance.
Saturday 16 September 2017
Caergybi 4 Pentraeth Reserves 1
Konner Druce x2
Pentraeth almost scored on 5 mins with Tom Adamek heading over the bar, minutes later Dafydd Edwards for Caergybi forced a save from Pentraeth goalie Barry Walker. Man of the match for Pentraeth Jack Diamond first on the score sheet scoring from a corner to make it 1-0 to the visitors. Elliot Patterson equalizing for Caergybi on the half hour from a free kick. Caergybi goalie Jamie Keily denied a good attempt just before half time, minutes later Jack Roberts scored Caergybi's second goal to put the home side in front 2-1 at half time.
Caergybi man of the match Konner Druce narrowly missed goal with a header just going over the bar, but on 53 minutes scored Caergybi's third goal. Konner was denied a goal soon after due to a great save from the Pentraeth goalie. Luke Mckittrick unlucky not to score as his shot hit the post with a great strike on the hour mark. Pentraeth's Jack Diamond came close to scoring but his effort bounced off the bar with about 70 minutes gone. Konner Druce bagged his second goal about 10 minutes from time to finish the game with a 4-1 victory for Caergybi.
Cup Fixtures Season 2017/18
Dargie Cup Round 1:
Away vs winners of qualifier (Pentraeth Res v Arriva FC)
Elias Cup Round 1:
Away vs Mynydd Tigers
Megan Cup Round 1:
Home vs Llandegfan
Lucas Oil Cup Round 1:
Home vs winners of qualifier (Llandegfan v Valley)
NWCFA Junior Challenge Cup Round 1:
We have a bye for the first round along with Arriva FC & Bryngrwan Bulls
Dates for the above cup matches TBA.
Saturday 9 September
Bryngwran Bulls 2-3 Caergybi
Great game played at pace great effort from each and everyone of you
Kurt Harris x1
Elliot Luiz Patterson x1
Tim Roberts x1
Saturday 26 August 2017
Caergybi 10 Llangoed Reserves 3
Dewi Thomas x2
Scott B Pettersen x1
Kurt Harris x1
Konner Druce x4
Jack Roberts x1
Elliot Luiz Patterson x1
Quality from the start.
Great effort from the start to finish all battled and played for each other well done lads.
Tuesday 22 August 2017
Bodorgan 1 Caergybi 3
Dewi Thomas 2
Elliot Patterson 1
Started the game the better team but missed some clear cut chances early on which would of killed the game. Got caught out with a bit of quick play from a throw in and conceded after 15 minutes. Lost our heads a bit and got involved in a scrappy game, after half time came out a different team, pinning them back in their own half and had a number of opportunities to score, Jack Roberts coming close heading onto the bar. Dewi Thomas was brought down in the area, gets up and calmly converts the penalty. From then on we had full control of the game, Dewi Thomas got on the end of a quick throw in from Scott Pettersen to put us 2-1 up before Elliot Patterson picked the ball up and hit on the outside of his foot from the edge of the box straight into the far side of goal, great finish made it 3-1 but could have been more.
Tuesday 15 August 2017
Caergybi 16 - 1 Llandegfan
Kurt Harris 4
Ali Williams 3
Dewi Thomas 2
Dafydd Emyr Edwards 2
Nathan Harris 1
Jack Roberts 1
Scott B Pettersen 1
Colm Foley 1
Nick Hazelaar 1
Very one sided game but was good to see the lads not lose focus and carry on playing some fantastic football throughout the game. Good to see the team starting to gel together and all learning about each others game. Well done lads on to Saturday now.
Saturday 12 August 2017
Caergybi 1 - 2 Mynydd Tigers
Congratulations to Ali Williams sponsored by Sue, Caergybi FC's 1st League goalscorer for getting one past Mynydd Tigers man of the match goalkeeper Ben Jones. As a team maybe we could have done better but plenty of individual hard work from all the players, well done for putting in a good shift. Think we shared the chances to score but credit to Tigers they played well. Next home game this Tuesday 6.30pm kick-off against Llandegfan, be nice to see a good crowd to support the lads again and thanks for coming to watch a good game.
Tuesday 8 August 2017
Many thanks to Holyhead Hotspur Reserves for arranging a friendly training match at their place at such short notice with an evening kick-off at 6.45pm, good luck for the season Hotspur Reserves.
Saturday 5 August 2017
Our first home game kicked off 2pm today at Millbank, many thanks for the friendly Llandegfan FC and good luck for the season. Also our fixtures for August were released, on the fixtures page now.
Thursday 3 August 2017
Our next friendly is Away at Menai Bridge Tigers on Thursday 3 August ko at 6.45pm, getting close to season start now.
Saturday 29 July 2017
Our next friendly game is Away at Bryngrwan Bulls ko at 1.30pm this Saturday 29 July, hope to see lots of you there for a good turnout.
Wednesday 26 July 2017
Many thanks to Dazzlers Mini Bus for sponsoring our Away Kit, the kit will be blue shirts, shorts and socks.
Tuesday 25 July 2017
Caergybi FC's 2nd friendly is on this Tuesday 25 July kick off at 7pm at Valley FC, hoping for a good crowd to come and enjoy watching the game.
Sunday 23 July 2017
Fantastic first game for Caergybi FC well done lads and many thanks to Hotspur U18 for hosting this friendly at the Oval. Next game on Tuesday evening at Valley FC.
Wednesday 19 July 2017
Quiz night at the Prince of Wales this Wednesday 19 July 7:30pm start,in aid of Caergybi FC. Prize for the winner, £1 a head to enter and a raffle on the night.
Monday 10 July
Many thanks to Jamie Parkes Plumbing & Heating for sponsoring our Home Kit, the kit will be white shirts with black shorts & black socks courtesy of Teejac sportswear.
Friday 30 June 2017
Many thanks to the Holyhead Round Table for their kind donation to fund a club First Aid Kit and pay for 2 Match Footballs.
Monday 26 June 2017
Prince of Wales is main sponsor for our club.
As an amateur club we are relying on sponsorship from local businesses to help pay for our sporting needs. Our main sponsor is the Prince Of Wales public house (London Rd, Holyhead), we shall be doing as much fundraising there in the form of quiz nights, football cards, disco’s etc. We very much appreciate this help from our main sponsor. We are very grateful for all the help given to launch our new club, Caergybi FC.
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