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FAW Premier Cup
Round by round
FINAL
Wed 12 May 2021
Rhyl FC
1-4
Wrexham
at Belle Vue
Andy Moran 75'
Brian Carey 31' Paul Barrett 49', Hector Sam 54' 63'
RHYL: Smith, Brewerton, M Powell (Jackson 69'), Atherton, Edwards, McGinn, Wilson, Limbert, Moran, G Powell (Hogg 84'), Graves (Adamson 69'). Subs not used: Walsh, Billingsley.
WREXHAM: Ingham, Roberts, Carey, Lawrence, C Edwards, Ferguson, Llewellyn (Armstrong 76'), Barrett, P Edwards (Holmes 89'), Thomas, Sam (Jones 87'). Subs not used: Whitfield, Spender.
Jackson, Brewerton
Ceri Richards
  2800

2003/4
Tables and stats
Leading scorers
ANDY MORAN (Rhyl)
7
LEE HUNT (Bangor)
5
TOMMY MUTTON (Connahs)
5
JAMIE WOOD (TNS)
5
CHRIS McGINN (Rhyl)
4
MARTYN NAYLOR (TNS)
4
JOHN PHILLIPS (Newport)
4
PAUL ROBERTS (Bangor)
4
KENNY BURGESS (Bangor)
3
GRAHAM EVANS (Caersws)
3
ROSS JEFFERIES (Bangor)
3
HECTOR SAM (Wrexham)
3
MIKE WILDE (TNS)
3
Highest attendance
2800
Rhyl FC v Wrexham FC
(final)
Belle Vue
Lowest attendance
65
Afan Lido v Connah's Quay
(Group B)
Runtech Stadium
Seeing red
Andrew MUMFORD (Newport)
Peter HOY (Bangor)
Leigh SHRIMPTON (Afan Lido)
Gary BRABIN (TNS)
Paul SMITH (Rhyl FC)
Gary FINLEY (Aberystwyth)
Card count
 
AFAN LIDO
15
2
TOTAL NETWORK SOL
16
1
BANGOR CITY
12
1
CONNAH'S QUAY
12
0
ABERYSTWYTH TOWN
10
1
CAERSWS FC
9
0
RHYL FC
7
1
NEWPORT COUNTY
5
1
WREXHAM
3
0
CARDIFF CITY
2
0
BARRY TOWN
1
0
WREXHAM LIFT CUP
Nationwide Second Division Wrexham proved too strong for Rhyl.
The visitors dominated the game and moved into the lead on the half-hour, when Brian Carey was first to Darren Ferguson's free-kick and interchanged headers with Steve Roberts before heading past Rhyl keeper Paul Smith.
Timmy Edwards almost levelled when he just failed to connect with a free kick, but a poor clearance by Jamie Brewerton fell to Paul Barrett who beat Smith.
Two goals from Hector Sam put the issue beyond doubt. Edwards and Llewellyn combined for the first on 63 minutes and Thomas then set up Sam for his second.
Andy Moran showed his class when he pounced to lash a right-foot shot past Michael Ingham for a consolation 15 minutes from the end, but Wrexham deservedly retained the trophy.