Tuesday, November 17, 2009
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Davies delight at Llanelli victory

ASSISTANT manager Mike Davies took charge for Sunday's 2-0 win at Llanelli in the absence of head coach Andy Cale.

And Davies was thrilled with his side's thoroughly professional display on a rain-soaked Stebonheath Park surface.
"I am thoroughly delighted with the three points, the performance was great, I'm made up for the lads, I think we deserved it," he said.
There were some excellent performances throughout the side, with keeper Paul Harrison making a great stop from Antonio Corbisiero, and the back four nullifying the threat of goal scorers Rhys Griffiths and Craig Moses.
Barry Hogan, Aeron Edwards and Scott Ruscoe controlled the midfield, with Craig Williams and Craig Jones constant threats down the flanks.
But former Wales and Llanelli midfielder Matthew Jones nominated sole frontman Matthew Berkeley as man-of-the-match for a non-stop running display which included the incisive pass to set-up Ruscoe for the second goal.
The Saints now face Port Talbot in Wednesday's League Cup semi-final second leg, followed by a crucial meeting with leaders Rhyl on Sunday.
And looking forward to the Park Hall clash with the Lilywhites, Davies added: "It's a massive month, it's going to be another big game and hopefully we'll get the three points again."

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