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Mike Wilde is challenged by Carmarthen's departed player/boss Andrew York during last season's away game at Richmond Park
TNS v Carmarthen Town
Welsh Premier League
Sat 25 Sep 2004: Home - Treflan

ON the evidence of current form, Saints face a tough battle when they host Carmarthen Town at Treflan on Saturday.
The revitalised visitors have marched to a 100% league record from their first four games under new manager Mark Jones, also disposing of Llanelli and Afan Lido in the Challenge Cup.
The former Port Talbot boss embarked on a massive clearout when he arrived at Richmond Park and has brought some experienced campaigners to the club, who narrowly avoided relegation last season.
Gary Lloyd, with more than 360 Welsh Premier appearances under his belt, moved back into the league from Newport County, while Jones raided his old club for Richard Carter, Mark Dodds, Craig Lima and Neil Smothers.
Mattie Davies, Gareth Warton and former Manchester United starlet Rhodri Jones arrived from Cwmbran, with Haverfordwest providing Rhys Griffiths and Eston Chiverton, who is suspended after being sent off against Port Talbot last weekend.
Town have found scoring easy, with Mattie Davies hitting five against Llanelli in one leg of the Challenge Cup alone.
TNS will hope to extend their four match winning sequence in the league, which has brought 18 goals and victories against Caernarfon, Rhyl, Caersws and Airbus UK.
Scott Ruscoe and Jamie Wood are back in contention after injury, with John Leah and Martin Naylor still sidelined for a few more weeks.
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