again played a vital part for the Welsh semi-pro side
SAINTS' Steve Evans was prominent again in the Welsh semi-professional side on
The central defender turned provider for namesake Graham Evans of Caersws as
the Welsh overturned England's National Game XI 2-0 in Keith.
Midfielder Scott Ruscoe was ruled out of the game by injury, to be replaced
by Haverfordwest's Adie Harris.
And with Carmarthen stopper Tony Pennock also sidelined, deputy Tony Roberts was
soon tested as a flashing 30-yarder hit the crossbar.
Steve Evans appeared to have put his side ahead when he fired the ball into the
bottom corner of the net from a partially-cleared corner, but it was ruled out
by the referee for a foul.
But after Graham Evans had pulled an angled drive wide of a post on the half-hour,
Wales took the lead seven minutes after the break.
Steve Evans got a vital touch for the Caersws hitman to squeeze his shot past
the English keeper.
And with 17 minutes remaining, Porthmadog's Carl Owen - on as substitute for
Graham Evans - grabbed a second after good work down the right to send Wales
level at the top of the table with hosts Scotland.
A win over the Republic of Ireland on Sunday could see the Welsh regain the Four
Nations trophy they won under Tomi Morgan in Boston two years ago.
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