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HIGH STAKES IN PREMIER CUP CLASH
Marc Lloyd-Williams was in Aberystwyth colours when the sides met at Treflan towards the end of last season.
TNS v Aberystwyth Town
FAW Premier Cup 2nd Round
Wed 10 Nov 2004: Home - Treflan (7.00pm)

THE first of two games in two days sees Saints entertain Aberystwyth in the FAW Premier Cup.
A changed format this time sees the end of the group stages, with the second, third and fourth placed sides from last season receiving a bye into this round.
The stakes are high for both clubs with victory ensuring a home quarter final tie against Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham or Rhyl.
Better still, the losing sides in the last eight are guaranteed £15,000 - a financial incentive not to be sneezed at in the BBC-sponsored competition.
Rivalry between Saints and the Seasiders has deepened after an exchange of players in the summer, although TNS got the better of the deal with the signatures of Marc Lloyd-Williams and John Lawless.
Keeper Dean Williams and midfielder David Bridgwater went in the opposite direction, but Williams has since left for Conference outfit Forest Green and Bridgwater is a target for Moor Green, so may not play against TNS.
The Black & Greens have a weaker squad on paper than last season, but battled bravely to a 1-1 draw when the sides met in the Welsh Premier League at Park Avenue in August.
And they are expected to include new signing and former Telford striker Paul Moore in their line-up.
Lloyd-Williams grabbed a late headed equaliser and will be looking to add to his 20-goal tally so far in league and cups, while Lawless made a spirited comeback on Saturday after his three-game ban and will be savouring a game against his old club.
9 November 2021
 
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