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Steve Evans salvaged a point for TNS on their last visit to the Traeth
Porthmadog FC v TNS
Welsh Premier League
Sat 23 Oct 2004: Away - The Traeth

PORTHMADOG are confident their Traeth pitch will be ready for the visit of Saints on Saturday.
The north Wales club was forced to cancel a reserve fixture last weekend after the playing surface was damaged by an unscheduled visit from a gaggle of Canada geese.
Part of a goalmouth was worst affected with the ground pecked away where the migrating flock had dug for worms.
The club has taken steps to repair the damaged areas, which have been covered with mesh, and also erected scarecrows to keep the birds away.
TNS and Porthmadog are the only unbeaten clubs in the Welsh Premier with Viv Williams' side currently eighth in the table having drawn seven of their nine games.
Their defensive record is the best in the league apart from Saints - only five goals conceded by an improved back line which was strenghtened by the summer signing of Ryan Davies from Glantraeth.
Voted the Welsh Premier's September player of the month, he has formed an impressive partnership with Lee Webber, but Port have found scoring more difficult. They will look to the return of Carl Owen after a four-match absence to improve their strike power.
Saints will again be without John Lawless as he serves out his three-match suspension, but otherwise will have an almost full-strength sqaud available with Martin Naylor and John Leah fit again.
• Porthmadog recorded a 2-1 away success at Connah's Quay on Tuesday night in the Loosemores Challenge Cup with goals from Tony Williams and Aled Rowlands.
19 October 2021
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