The group stages for the Guernsey 2023 Football Tournaments have been drawn. Ynys Môn will once again be sending their men’s and women’s teams to the Island Games with the aim being the gold medals. It’s been a four year gap since the last edition of the Island Games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In … More Guernsey 2023 football draw released
Ynys Môn Men’s Football team welcome back 2019 Hero Melvin McGinness but this time on the other side of the touchline. The former Bangor City and Holyhead Hotspur prolific goalscorer now finds himself as player/coach of Trearddur Bay having joined this past summer. Since his move he has been undertaking his coaching badges. Mel will … More Magic Melvin to Mastermind Ynys Môn
Ynys Môn men’s Football are in search of a new manager to take the helm and lead the team for next years Island Games in Guernsey. The Men’s team won Gold in the Inter Games held on Anglesey in 2019 so will be hoping for more success with the return of football at the official … More Ynys Môn Men’s Football Team looking for Manager with the Golden touch
Ynys Môn Football Coordinator Angela Roberts is pleased to announce a new signing for Ynys Môn football. Taking charge of the Women’s team for Guernsey 2023 will be Dan Gregg who is the current manager of Llangefni Women’s team. Dan became manager of the newly re-formed Llangefni Town Ladies team for the 2021/22 season having … More Ynys Môn Women’s Football Team Under New Management
Ynys Môn Women’s Football can confirm that silver-medal-winning coaching duo Karen Williams and Mo Eynon have relinquished their roles as Manager and Assistant Coach of the senior team after an incredibly successful period at the helm. Karen took charge of the team for Jersey 2015 when the Ynys Môn Women’s team returned to competing at the … More Search for new Women’s Football Coaching staff begins as Williams and Eynon step down
The shooting team have released their 7 day declaration for those interested in representing the team in next summer in Guernsey. The deadline is 12pm on Friday 27th May.
History for the island, who will host the ‘mini-Olympics’ for the first time. Ynys Môn will welcome thousands of athletes and spectators to the north-west of Wales after the International Island Games (IIGA) Member Islands today voted overwhelmingly in favour of bringing one of the world’s biggest sporting events to the island for the first … More Ynys Môn secure rights to host International Island Games
The fifth and final episode of this series of Panad is now available to watch. This week Dave, of Mersea to Jersey, chats to para-rower Ben Pritchard. They talk about getting back into sport after a life changing injury, the effects of the postponement of the 2020 Paralympics and preparing for a major competition 1 … More Final episode of Panad available!
The penultimate episode of Panad is here. Pete and Dave, of Mersea to Jersey, chat with former Ynys Môn competitor and media Manager Emma Roberts. They discuss Emma’s Island Games experiences and how they’ve helped develop her skills for working within sport. Enjoy!
In this third episode of the series (recorded on a very warm day), Pete and Dave, of Mersea to Jersey, chat with former Wales women’s rugby captain Rachel Taylor who has led Wales at two World Cups and several Six Nations competitions. They focus on the theme of leadership in this chat and how it’s … More Panad episode 3 with Rachel Taylor