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A salute from Marc Lloyd-Williams as he beats Dean Williams for the TNS equaliser
Aberystwyth 1-1 Total Network Solutions
Welsh Premier
Friday 20 August 2004: Away - Park Avenue

MARC Lloyd-Williams came off the bench to salvage a point for TNS in a game which appeared to be slipping away.
Jiws silenced the boos of his former supporters at Park Avenue when he got his head to a Jamie Wood cross to beat former Saints' keeper Dean Williams with five minutes left.
It was no more than Saints deserved in a game of poor quality in which both sides found it difficult to string passes together.
TNS were guilty of wasting possession and squandering chances, whilst being rarely troubled by the Aberystwyth attack.
The Black & Greens almost got off to a flier when Gerard Doherty did well to save a first minute shot from Darren Williams, who had an impressive debut.
Dean Williams did his best to keep his former colleagues at bay, saving Scott Ruscoe's 20-yarder with ease and then denying Michael Wilde when one-on-one.
Nicky Ward saw his shot saved on the half-hour after good work down the right by Tommy Holmes but Aber should have taken the lead on the break when Glyndwr Hughes and Gavin Allen set up substitute Nick Evans who fired over the advancing Doherty and the crossbar.
Chris King should have done better with an early second-half opportunity before the Seasiders took a shock lead on the hour.
A long clearance from Aneurin Thomas found Richard Ryan in the box and he capitalised on hesitation by Doherty to fire home from a narrow angle.
The goal finally galvanised TNS into action and Lloyd-Williams forced a save from Williams within a minute of coming off the bench.
Having finally broken the deadlock, Jiws then somehow missed a close range header in front of goal from Ruscoe's cross, but a TNS winner would have been an injustice to a battling home performance.
20 August 2021
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