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Chris King on the attack during Tuesday night's defeat to Shrewsbury Town
Total Network Solutions v AFC Telford United
Pre-season friendly
Saturday 7 Aug 2004: Home - Treflan, 12 noon

SAINTS' final pre-season friendly brings AFC Telford United to Treflan in a game which will now kick-off at 12 noon.
Surprisingly, this appears to be the first time TNS have played the Bucks at any level since Wellington Town changed their name on the formation of the new town in 1969.
The visitors are celebrating a return to their New Bucks Head ground today, after finally resolving problems with the local Council which has meant them playing at Shifnal.
But manager Bernard McNally will be without a number of players for the visit to TNS, with Alfie Carter, Glen Tolley and Dion Carter all unavailable and Carl Tranter and Ben Willetts away on holiday.
But he may hand a debut to new utility signing Gaz Jennings, who played for McNally at Hednesford.
TNS will be looking to record a morale-boosting win against their Unibond Premier League opponents after a disappointing 3-0 reverse to Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday night.
Despite matching their League Two visitors in most areas of the game, Saints were unable to find any cutting edge up front, with John Toner, Michael Wilde and Jamie Wood all failing to find their goal touch.
Saints have already despatched a Unibond Premier side in pre-season when they beat Hyde United 5-0 and the Bucks will have some idea of the challenge facing their climb back to Conference status after tomorrow.
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