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LAST GAME
Total Network Solutions 30
Aberystwyth Town 29
Rhyl F C 24
Haverfordwest County 22
Bangor City 21
Caernarfon Town 18
Caersws F C 13
Connah's Quay Nomads 12
NEWI Cefn Druids 12
Newtown AFC 12
Welshpool Town 11
Cwmbran Town 9
Porthmadog F C 9
Afan Lido 9
Port Talbot Town 9
Carmarthen Town 6
Barry Town 1
TNS WP NETBUSTERS
Jamie Wood 5
Michael Wilde 5
Nicky Ward 4
Chris Taylor 2
David Bridgwater 2
John Toner 2
Martyn Naylor 2
Steven Beck 2
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Aberystwyth Town 0-0 Total Network Solutions
Tuesday 4 November 2021
FAW Premier Cup Group A: Away - Park Avenue

WITH 15,000 up for grabs for qualification to the quarter finals, Ken McKenna's decision to leave leading scorers Jamie Wood and Michael Wilde on the bench may yet prove costly.
Saints had more than enough chances to have this match wrapped up by half-time, but a combination of poor finishing, dogged defending and fine saves from Aberystwyth keeper John Worsnop saw them only level at the break.
Ten minutes into the second half, TNS lost Gary Brabin, dismissed for a senseless retaliation after an innocuous tackle by Bari Morgan.
Although playing against 10 men did little to improve the home side's attacking prowess, the loss certainly hindered Saints and in the end they were glad to settle for a point, where three were on offer earlier on.
The best chance of the night fell to Steven Beck, who found himself one on one with Worsnop after 65 minutes, but he shot against the keeper's feet from point blank range.
In the first 20 minutes, Brabin could have put a positive stamp on the match. His powerful 20-yard header from Naylor's corner was saved by Worsnop and two further efforts went close.
Aberystwyth relied mainly on the long ball, which was too often over-hit, leaving dangerman Williams starved of possession.
Lawless had a couple of efforts in the first period and Williams' only real opening of the night was deflected for a corner.
The result leaves the 'group of death' still wide open and TNS needing wins at both Bangor and Caersws to be sure of progressing to the next stage of the competition.

4 November 2021
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Aberystwyth manager Gary Finlay has won the October manager of the month award. Here
HEAL MOVES
Former Saint Simon Heal has joined Haverfordwest from Merthyr.
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TNS Ladies beat Walsall 3-0 in the League at Park Hall. More
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TNS Youth were dumped from the FAW Youth Cup, losing 3-0 at Aberystwyth. More
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Marc Lloyd-Williams is the Carling player of the month for October. More