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KEN McKenna felt the Welsh Cup final was an open game, but added "there were too many chances and we lost our discipline at times.
"We rode our luck as well but we had the chances and in the final they've got to go in.
"There are winners and losers in football and we've lost, so that's it. There's no cruelty, because we had our chances and we've not won."
McKenna's nemesis, Rhyl manager John Hulse, confessed to a few anxious moments, particularly as his players squandered several good chances.
"You always worry when you miss a few chances against TNS because you are likely to be punished and there were times when I was thinking we couldn't afford to do that," he said. "But it could possibly have been 5-2 this afternoon.
"It's unbelievable the amount of character there is in the side. That shone through once again and overall I thought we deserved it.
"That's four times we've beaten TNS this season, which on its own is some achievement."
10 May 2021
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