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Total Network Solutions 67
Haverfordwest County 58
Aberystwyth Town 56
Caersws F C 49
Bangor City 48
Cwmbran Town 42
Newtown AFC 41
Connah's Quay Nomads 39
Port Talbot Town 39
Caernarfon Town 36
Porthmadog F C 36
NEWI Cefn Druids 35
Afan Lido 32
Welshpool Town 25
Carmarthen Town 20
Barry Town 12
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Jamie Wood 14
Steven Beck 8
Nicky Ward 5
Steve Evans 4
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Mike Wilde gets a shot away despite the attentions of Carmarthen player/manager Andrew York.
Carmarthen Town 1-4 Total Network Solutions
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Saturday 17 April 2004: Away: Richmond Park

SAINTS cruised past lowly Carmarthen with their best performance for some time, to maintain the pressure on Rhyl at the top.
Supersub Stephen Beck made a sensational entry off the bench in the 72nd minute by scoring within 24 seconds.
Mike Wilde headed on a long clearance and Beck chested the ball down before blasting a superb 20-yarder inside keeper Tony Pennock's right hand post.
And seven minutes later, the substitute grabbed his second to complete an impressive victory.
TNS totally dominated the first-half and a goal was inevitable before Mike Wilde latched on to Barry Hogan's through ball after 24 minutes to put Saints ahead.
Wilde could well have grabbed a first-half hat-trick, but failed to convert good chances provided by Nicky Ward and John Toner.
Pennock also did well to save from Scott Ruscoe and a 20-yard drive from Steve Evans before the break.
Carmarthen then produced a shock equaliser after a brief spell of pressure early in the second half.
Chris Taylor was forced to head over his own crossbar and, from the resulting corner, Adam Moore stabbed the ball home after a goalmouth scramble.
But the home cheers had barely subsided before TNS regained the lead.
Barry Hogan's long range shot deflected off a defender on the edge of the Carmarthen area and looped towards the underside of Pennock's crossbar.
The keeper managed to claw the ball away but Ruscoe followed up to head and hooked the keeper's save into the net as he tumbled over the goal-line with the ball.
Saints' boss Ken McKenna felt his side had answered recent criticism of their style of play.
"We have come here today on a decent surface, we've passed the ball well, the movement was good and we created lots of opportunities," he said.

17 April 2021
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