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Season 2019/20 Club News

Wednesday 20 May 2020

Congratulations Bangor 1876, thoroughly deserved good luck in the next league, shame to see the league finish they way it has but needs must with the circumstances.

At this point we would like to thank all our sponsors for this season half season:
Dave North - North Construction
Ashley Beck Garden Services
Madarin Royale
Chalkies Cafe - Micheila Radcliffe
Shan Mullin for doing all our food and hospitality after all home games

It means a lot to us for all the support we get without you guys we couldn’t do it.

Thank you to all our players this season.

It’s been a very tough season for us having to rebuild the squad after losing 9 players from the previous successful season! But to everyone who came and stepped up thank you and was a tough season for us which we learnt a lot from and hopefully we can build from this experience next season which we can’t wait for.

Also a massive thank you to everywhere that sells our lotto, without that we simply couldn’t run so thank you all and hopefully we will be back with you soon.

Stay safe and hopefully see you all soon,

Caergybi FC ⚫⚪⚫

Tuesday 19 May 2020

FAW Statement - Covid 19

The Football Association of Wales Board of Directors (the FAW Board) have today (19 May) ratified the recommendation of the National League Board and agreed to curtail the 2019/20 season for Tiers 1 to 4. The decision has been taken as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with Welsh Government’s lockdown guidelines and measures.

The FAW Board took into consideration the health and safety of all those involved with these leagues. Furthermore, the FAW Board also considered the specific economic and financial impact of attempting to finish the season during the pandemic and therefore felt it was imperative not to risk the long-term financial stability of the leagues and their clubs.

It was also recognised that the JD Cymru Premier could not be concluded prior to the deadline set by UEFA for European competition entry.

Clubs in the JD Cymru Premier, JD Cymru North, JD Cymru South and the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League were consulted on how the season should be concluded. The views and information provided by the clubs were communicated to the FAW National League Board and the FAW Board of Directors.

The FAW Board agreed that Tier 1 to 4 leagues would be curtailed and that an unweighted points per game method be applied to determine the final standings. As a consequence, the European Play-Offs in the JD Cymru Premier will not take place.

As a result, the JD Cymru Premier and Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League European competition nominations were determined as follows:
UEFA Champions League – Connah’s Quay Nomads (1st Place)
UEFA Europa League – The New Saints (2nd Place)
UEFA Europa League – Bala Town (3rd Place)
UEFA Women’s Champions League – Swansea City Ladies (1st Place)

UEFA will be formally notified of these nominations prior to the 25 May deadline.

Finally, the FAW Board decided that the prize money for the JD Cymru Premier, JD Cymru North, JD Cymru South and the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League would be distributed in accordance to the final league positions after the points per game method was applied.

The FAW Board are yet to decide on promotion and relegation between leagues with a decision to be made in due course, taking into account full consideration of the FAW’s Pyramid Regulations.

FAW National Cup Board Recommendation – JD Welsh Cup
Due to the specific economic and financial justifications which would make continuing the JD Welsh Cup to its conclusion by the UEFA deadline for European competition nominations on 20 July unfeasible, the FAW National Cup Board recommended to the FAW Board that the competition be postponed. The recommendation was ratified by the FAW Board.
The Cup Board felt it would be financially imprudent to conclude prior to the UEFA deadline, as doing so could place the long-term financial stability of the competition and the clubs at risk
The Cup Board hope that the remainder of the competition can resume prior to the start of the next football season, whenever that may be and when it is safe and economically viable to do so, however, this is not possible before the UEFA deadline.
In accordance with the UEFA guidelines, as the FAW is not able to determine a domestic cup winner on sporting merit, the highest ranked non-qualified club from the JD Cymru Premier will qualify for the 2020/21 UEFA Europa League at the stage initially reserved for the lowest ranking top domestic league representative. This representative has been determined as Barry Town United. Consequently, each representative of the JD Cymru Premier then enters the UEL at the stage initially reserved for the domestic league representative ranked immediately above.

Recreational Football

The Community Game Board has previously decided that once a solution had been confirmed for Tiers 1-4 on how to conclude the 2019/20 season that Recreational Football in the country would follow suit.
As a result, all adult Recreational Football has been curtailed with league standings finalised via the points per game method.

Sunday 22 March 2020

Our 3 Number Lotto was drawn tonight, the numbers were 12-21-13 with one winner of £5 for 2 correct numbers.

We are suspending our Lotto until such time as all Pubs are open again, take care everyone and see you soon.

Friday 13 March 2020

The Football Association of Wales has taken the decision to extend the current suspension of all domestic football in Wales until at least Friday, 15 May 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Above all, the most important priority for the FAW is the health and wellbeing of everyone. The FAW encourages everyone to follow the advice of the UK & Welsh Governments and Public Health Wales. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the pandemic.

Saturday 29 February 2020

Caergybi v Ogwen Tigers (Gwynedd League)

Game cancelled due to waterlogged pitch.

Saturday 22 February 2020

Abergele FC 7-1 Caergybi FC (NWCFA Junior Challenge Cup Round 3)

Goal scorer:
Gary Jo Owen

Saturday 15 February 2020

Abergele FC v Caergybi FC (NWCFA Junior Challenge Cup Round 3)

Today's match fixture was postponed due to severe weather conditions from Storm Dennis, both sides and the Ref were ready to go, however, staff at Colwyn Bay Leisure Centre 3G decided it was unsafe due to the weather so the game had to be called off.

Saturday 8 February 2020

Caergybi FC 1-3 (AET) Llangoed FC (Gwynedd Cup 1st Round)

Nik Kontodios

Saturday 1 February 2020

Menai Bridge Tigers 3-2 Caergybi FC (Gwynedd League)

Nik Kontodios x2

So proud of the lads today, came to play Menai Bridge with 11 players, scraped a team and everyone battled and played well, everyone dug deep and we played some of the best football we have seen all season, we were the better team and deserved the win 3 mistakes costs us heads held high lads.

Saturday 25 January 2020

Our Away match v Bethesda Athletic was cancelled today due to no Ref available.

Saturday 18 January 2020

CPD Glantraeth 3-1 Caergybi FC (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorer:
Gary Jo Owen

Saturday 11 January 2020

Our Home match today v Waunfawr had to be cancelled due to waterlogged pitch.

Wednesday 8 January 2020

Two more transfers today:

Tom Roberts
There is no doubt about this players ability been quality for years with Holyhead Town leading them to many trophies and we are delighted to be able to get this one done aswell as some of the other players we have brought in he will add some real quality to the midfield and help the team massively.
A tough tackling midfielder with real quality.
Welcome to the club Tom ⚪️⚫️
Again thank you to Holyhead Town for the smooth transfer.

Jordan Lees
Jordie Lees transfers over from Holyhead Town, a quality player who we had playing with us last season before he moved to Holyhead Town, quality through the middle or our wide, calm on the ball, quality passer and dribbler and first time round with us scored a few with his head.
Glad to get this one done and get Jordie back with us thanks to Town for the smooth transfer.
Welcome back Jordie⚪️⚫️

Saturday 4 January 2020

Nefyn UTD FC 7-2 Caergybi FC (Bob Owen Memorial Shield 1st Round)

Gary Jo Owen x1
Elliot Patterson x1

January Transfers so far

Five players have transferred IN so far up to 3 January 2020, no doubt adding strength to our squad, welcome to the club lads.

1. Gary Jo Owen:
Prolific striker who first time around bagged a very impressive 62 goals in just 24 games for Caergybi before moving up the leagues. Started this season on fire at Holyhead Town alongside Asa Thomas up front.

2. Casey Williams:
Quality defender who can also play in midfield. Calm on the ball, fine passer. A calming player who can slow the game down if needed or pick out a killer pass to win a game.

3. Liam Williams:
Classy playmaker, deadly from set pieces with the ability to score some quality goals from long range. Can also play centre-back.

4. Sion Thomas:
Can play in many positions. Gives his all and battles till the end, playing either in the back or midfield.
Caergybi manager Dale Moffat said: “He is a massive signing and massive boost to our squad, a player we have been looking at for some time and tried to get at the beginning of the season.”

5. Leeroy Parry:
A player with higher league experience at Holyhead Town, versatile with the ability to play in a number of positions on the wing in midfield or up top.

Saturday 28 December 2019

Caergybi 1-1 Bro Goronwy (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorer:
Josh Evans

Josh Evans

Hard draw to take but like most of the season just can’t seem to find that goal and finish the game.

Thanks to Holyhead Town for letting us use the pitch after ours getting deemed unplayable.


Saturday 14 December 2019

Caergybi 0-6 Bangor 1876 (Gwynedd League)

Saturday 7 December 2019

NFA FC 1-2 Caergybi (NWCFA Junior Cup 2nd Round)

Goal scorer:
James Ryan x2

Great result lads, onto next round

Saturday 23 November 2019

Bontnewydd 1-5 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorers:
James Ryan x2
Nathan Lewis x1
Ian williams x1
Glenn North x1

Great performance from the lads finally clicked and played well get in boys.


Saturday 9 November 2019

Bro Goronwy 3-1 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorer:
Nathan Lewis

Played well for 60 minutes should have been in the lead, but didn’t take chances and they capitalised. Two mistakes in the first half seen us go behind after some great chances could of been up by 3 second half seen us start fast and nathan lewis going on a good run after a good ball from jordan rowlands and placing it past the keeper we kept pushing forward but with us pushing they capitalised and caught us on the break.

Unlucky lads
Onto next week

Well done Bro

Saturday 26 October 2019

Trearddur Bay Bulls 3-1 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Nathan Lewis x1

Saturday 12 October 2019

Waunfawr 5-2 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorers :
Stephan Driedyk x1 (sponsor Karl Hughes)
Aidan Reece Batsford x1

Bad day at the office for us, not at it at all, dominated the game at times but lack of concentration and work ethic cost us.
Dust ourselves down and go again next week.


Saturday 28 September

Caergybi 2-1 Llanystumdwy (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorers:
Ian Williams x1
James Ryan x1 (sponsor Dylan Roberts)

Good performance from the lads, dominated from start to finish and could of been more.

All the best to Llan for the rest of the season.

Saturday 21 September 2019

Caergybi 8-3 Llandudno Amateurs (friendly training)

Jack Roberts x2
Nikolaos Kontodios x3
Mason Leigh Hughes x1
Carl Lewis x1

Well done lads great run out and some great football played.

Thanks to Llandudno for coming over and good luck for the season lads.

Saturday 14 September 2019

Caergybi 3-1 Bethesda Athletic (Gwynedd League)

James Ryan x2 (sponsor Dylan Roberts)
Adam Roberts x1

MOTM Josh Evans

Tuesday 27 August 2019

Caergybi 0-0 Glantraeth (Gwynedd League)

Saturday 24 August 2019

Ogwen Tigers 2-2 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorers:
James Ryan x1 (sponsor Dylan Roberts)
Nikolaos Kontodios x1

Monday 19 August 2019

Bangor 1876 10-0 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Wednesday 14 August 2019

The Gwynedd League Cup draws were made last night, here's our future cup matches:

Safeflu Cup:
Caergybi vs Bontnewyedd

Gwynedd Cup:
Caergybi vs Llangoed

Bob Owen Cup:
Nefyn vs Caergybi

Monday 12 August 2019

Llanerchymedd 1-5 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal Scorers:
James Ryan x3 (sponsor Dylan Roberts)
Nathan Lewis x1
Ian Williams x1

Saturday 10 August 2019

Llangoed 2-2 Caergybi (Gwynedd League)

Goal scorers:
Dewi Thomas x1 (sponsor Shaun Watchorn)
Ian Williams x1

Dewi Thomas (sponsor Shaun Watchorn)

A tough game today against a good llangoed team, seen us up against the wind in the first half with them getting a few early chances but we defended well and Kieran Weeks making a superb save, it was a close half until the 40th minute when Dewi Thomas after some good play got the ball and put it in the top corner giving the keeper no chance.

Second half seen us start very well getting chances but not converting and a lack on concentration seen llangoed get the equaliser with a quick free kick catching us off guard, leaving them 1 on 1 with the keeper and placing in bottom corner.

Fair play then llangoed had a lot of the ball and were pushing but we got our chance and some good play from Ian seen him get past two and place in bottom corner.

But this was to be short lived when a corner got cleared and landed to one of there players who hit it and with the wind it went past Weeks.

Ended 2-2 but both teams would have felt they could win the game to be honest, all the best for the rest of the season and thanks for the hospitality afterwards.


Saturday 3 August 2019

Caergybi 0 Prestatyn Sports 6 (friendly)

A tough start to the day with us having so many missing and getting a team together, but credit where it’s due all the team did well and have staked a place for the team next week.

Another tough test ended in defeat but could of been so different, first half thought we were the better team missing several chances and hitting bar twice then to concede in last minute from a free kick, which was headed in was gutting but we were upbeat and thought we played well.

Second half was a different story, conceding early put the heads down and like a team two leagues higher would do, they capitalised on it fair play.

Game was played in great spirit and thank you to all the Prestatyn lads for coming back to the pub afterwards, had a great laugh they might of won the football but Percy won the pool 😉.

All the best for the season lads.


Tuesday 30 July 2019

Llanrug 8 Caergybi 0 (friendly)

Another very hard test for the lads ended in defeat but was a great run out for fitness and lots to take from it.

To arrange to play a team two leagues higher than us in a day hats off to the lads.

We had our chances throughout but failed to make them pay and some errors led to many of the goals but good to get them out now so we can work on them and get ready for the season, shame to lose two players to injuries very early on we hope they aren’t to serious and they will be ok for the start of the season.

Taking nothing away from Llanrug what a fantastic team knocked the ball round so well and made us work hard.

We wish them all the best for the season and I’m sure they will do well.


Saturday 27 July 2019

Caergybi 8 Cpd y Fali 3 (friendly)

Goal scorers:
Ant Parry x2
Luke Mckittrick x1
Nikolaos Kontodios x1
Marcus Bell x1
Garry Stewart x1
James Ryan x 2

A great start for us seen us go in front through Ant Parry with a strike from outside the box, a second came soon after some great play from the midfield again he slotted home.

A third came not long after with a fine goal from Luke Mckittrick taking it on his chest and volleying into the far corner.
A fourth came when Nik picked up the ball and went on a great run and found the bottom corner with a great strike.
Then 10 minutes before the end we switched off and allowed Valley to get 2 goals back one a great strike from Bailey

Second half seen us start quick again and Marcus Bell headed home from the corner.
Then sloppy play for a while and lack of movement seen the game go a bit stale until James Ryan played a great ball to play in Gary Seagul who took his goal fantastically with a lob from outside of the box before James Ryan got him self a couple to finish the scoring for us one from outside the box with a good strike and another a header in off the post, Valley got one back in the last second with a penalty.

Another good run out for the lads thanks to Valley for coming over and giving us the game.

All the best for the season lads hope you do well.


Tuesday 23 July 2019

Caergybi 0 Holyhead Town 2 (friendly)

Great game for the lads, a nervy first 10 mins saw Town capitalise on two bad passes and as a higher league team would do they punished us 2-0 down, but credit to the lads they could of crumbled and gone to pot, but we dusted ourselves down and held on, came into the game and created chances with good spells of possession, a great game for the neutral and great to see two Holyhead sides playing the game in a good manner.

Good luck to Holyhead Town for the season, hope you do well from all at Caergybi.


Saturday 20 July 2019

Caergybi 7-0 Holyhead Town Reserves (friendly)

Goal Scorers:
James Ryan x1
Ian Williams x1
Nathan Lewis x2
Marcus Bell x2
Ant Parry x1 (debut goal )

With Llandudno Junction pulling out last minute due to not having enough players, we asked a number of teams to play and fair play to Holyhead Town Reserves for stepping up and getting a team in an hour to play, we can’t thank them enough great bunch of lads.

Good game for the lads having most of the possession, we played well from the back controlling the game, just lacking to create chances at times but it came in the second half with a lot of changes and tired legs from Town.

Again we can’t thank them enough and we wish them all the best of luck in Anglesey League next season

Now onto their first team on Tuesday


Tuesday 16 July 2019

Cpd Y Fali 3 Caergybi 4 (friendly)

Goal scorers:
Nath Lewis x1
Glenn North x1
Gareth Smith x1
Nik Kontodios x1

Great to get more minutes in for the lads against a good Valley side, lots of new faces in the team today and doing well, think the lads played really well all gelling well and linking up was great to see.

Most important thing is the fitness for the lads and minutes under the belts.

Well done both sides.

No training Thursday for us with us picking up a few knocks tonight we will rest up ready for Saturday.

Good luck to Valley for the rest of the season and thanks for having us.


Saturday 13 July 2019

Halkyn & Flint Mountain 2 Caergybi 1 (friendly)

James Ryan x1

Another tough test for the lads against a very good team, started well going 1-0 up from James Ryan from the penalty spot after a great run from Mason Hughes. A controversial goal from them just before half time saw us go in 1-1 HT.

A close second half with them having more people available and mixing it up proved the difference, fielding a lot of new players in second half saw them grab a second.

Fair play to them, a quality passing team and they had a lot of chances, great fitness again for the lads getting more minutes in the bag, we wish them all the best for the season and we will deffo arrange again for next season.

Up next Valley on Tuesday.

Thursday 11 July 2019

RAF Valley 1 Caergybi 7 (friendly)

James Ryan x1
Dewi Thomas x1
Mason Leigh Hughes x1
Nath Irish x1
Glenn North x1
OG (Dewi trying to claim)

Good to get back out there, get some fitness in and get minutes under the belts and great to see many new faces in and doing well in the game, lots of positives.

Unfortunately the game was stopped after 70 minutes due to one of the RAF Valley players breaking his ankle.

All of us wish him a speedy recovery.

Thanks to Carl Hagan for refereeing.

Onto Saturday now.

Saturday 6 July 2019

Bodedern 8 Caergybi 1 (friendly)

James Ryan x1

First preseason game today against a fantastic Bodedern team, took a lot from it lots to work on but was great to test ourselves, going against such a good team for first game was always going to be hard, but fair play they outplayed us all over.

Well done to them and thanks to Ricky Williams for having us and for the food after the game, all the best for the season lads with that team I’m sure you will be fine.

Saturday 15 June 2019

Preparing for the start of the new season:

The club would like to thank Chalkie's Cafe for sponsoring our new Black/White Kit and Ash Beck Garden Maintenance for sponsoring our Yellow Kit, as seen on the home page. Also to Dave of North Construction for offering to buy us Team Jackets, without kind help from local businesses and sponsors our club would not be able to continue.

Pre-season friendlies are being organized and the latest fixtures can be seen on the fixtures page, these are subject to change so don't forget to also keep up to date on our Facebook Page, thanks for following Caergybi FC.

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