Wednesday, September 02, 2009
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Yet another draw for TNS

Tue 17 March 2021 / Farrar Road
John Toner hit the crossbar for the Saints.
THE New Saints extended their unbeaten run to 13 games at Farrar Road, but dropped two more points for the seventh time in the sequence as they were held to a goal-less draw with Bangor City.
Bangor’s best spell came just before half time, when they had three efforts cleared off the line in 10 minutes.
Jamie Brewerton was denied by Jamie Wood, Alex Darlington diverted a Les Davies header and Barry Hogan just got the better of Paul McManus.
Chris Seargeant hit the side netting with a 15-yarder, but TNS had their moments. John Toner headed against the bar from a right-wing cross and City were forced into some desperate measures to survive at times.
In the second-half, Matthew Berkeley volleyed just wide and John McKenna miscued from the edge of the box.
But keeper Paul Harrison was forced to pull-off a fine save to stop Seargeant's free-kick and Peter Hoy just failed to get on the end of a cross.
The night ended on a sour note for the Citizens when defender Jamie Brewerton was sent-off for his second caution.
TNS now have 12 days to regroup before the vital game against fellow European contenders Carmarthen at Park Hall.

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