Monday, December 14, 2009
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Aber boss confident ahead of TNS visit

ABERYSTWYTH manager Alan Morgan is confident that his side can get something from their match at Park Hall on Friday night.

The Seasiders bounced back from a heavy defeat at Llanelli to claim a deserved draw against Rhyl with a last-gasp goal by substitute and former TNS striker Graham Evans.
Morgan is under no illusions as to the size of his side’s task against The New Saints.
"If we cut out the silly mistakes and do not gift our opponents goals, we have got every chance," Morgan said.
"It is going to be a tough game on Friday night, in my opinion they’re the best team in the league.
"They’re a solid side all-round and we’ll need go there and keep our discipline and our shape."
The return to fitness of Evans is a major boost for Morgan, with defender Gareth Hughes also available again.
Although the Seasiders battled to a 1-1 draw last season they have a generally poor record away to TNS and had lost on their previous nine visits prior to last season, when Evans notched their 70th-minute equaliser from the penalty spot after John Leah's first-half spot kick for the Saints.
Photo: Graham Evans celebrates his equaliser against Rhyl [Cambrian News].

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