LLANDUDNO’s encouraging run of recent results came to end as they fell to a 2-0 reverse at Llangefni Town.

Matthew Jones’ men turned in a lacklustre display against the newly promoted JD Cymru North side on Friday evening, and they will be hoping for better fortune during their next outing on Tuesday, October 15 when second-tier leaders Prestatyn Town visit Maesdu Park.

The home side made an imposing start to the contest and went ahead on 12 minutes when veteran Steve Kehoe unleashed a ferocious effort that gave Tudno stopper Shaun Pearson no chance.

This was almost met by an instant response from the visitors, with Robbie Parry firing an effort narrowly after a fine piece of individual skill by Aaron Pomeyie.

In-form striker Dean Seager came within inches of levelling matters on 44 minutes when his attempt sailed just wide, and they were made to pay for their lack of conviction in front of goal shortly following the interval when gifted playmaker Jamie Roberts made the most of some space to double Cefni’s advantage with 51 on the clock.

Home custodian Tyler French had to be at his best to divert a thumping long-range effort from Parry on 66 minutes, which proved to be last opportunity of note for either side.

This was Tudno’s fifth defeat in ten league contests since their relegation from the JD Cymru Premier, which has seen Jones’ men net 14 times and concede 15 during an inconsistent start.

Things will not get any easier when they next take the field, with all-conquering Prestatyn sitting pretty at the top of the standings after an exceptional opening to the campaign.