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John Lawless is available for selection after serving out his three-match ban.
TNS v Penrhiwfer
Welsh Cup 3rd Round
Sat 6 Nov 2004: Home - Treflan

SAINTS are in Welsh Cup action this weekend with the visit of Welsh League Division Three 'minnows' Penrhiwfer to Treflan.
Not much is known about the Tonypandy-based outfit, who only won first-time promotion to the Welsh League last season.
They progressed to this stage of the competition with a last-gasp win in the first round at home to Second Division Llanwern before accounting for Caerau Ely 2-1.
But player/manager Paul Evans is no stranger to TNS fans with long memories.
Now 40, the veteran striker was a thorn in the side of Llansantffraid FC as long ago as their first-ever season in the League of Wales.
He scored the only goal of the game when Inter Cardiff visited Treflan in October 1993 and popped up to score the winner when the Saints were beaten 2-1 in Cardiff later that same season.
Evans also played for Barry Town, Cwmbran, Ton Pentre, Ebbw Vale and Aberystwyth in a League of Wales career that saw him net 122 goals - seventh on the all-time list - and his 27 in season 1993/4 is still a record for Inter.
Otherwise, the Penrhiwfer squad is a mixture of youth and experience, with defender Adrian Hughes having played at Llanelli and 40-year old Robert Kelland once having trials at Old Trafford!
Saints have John Lawless available for selection after his three-match ban and will be looking to rotate the squad ahead of tough games against Aberystwyth in the FAW Premier Cup and Connah's Quay in the Welsh Premier over the following six days.
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