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TNS AIM TO EXTEND DEESIDE SEQUENCE
Lee Williams punches away from Jimmy Aggrey during the Loosemores Challange Cup game in August - the keeper is again on Saints' books
Connah's Quay Nomads v TNS
Welsh Premier League
Fri 12 Nov 2004: Away - Deeside Stadium


A SECOND game within 48 hours brings a visit to Deeside Stadium for the fourth meeting already this season with Connah's Quay.
Saints have a good record on their opponents' ground - in fact you have to go back more than 10 years for the Nomads' solitary success on the old Halfway Ground.
But the record belies how difficult it is to get a result these days against Nev Powell's men - TNS lost 1-0 in this season's Loosemores Challenge Cup and were held 1-1 last November in a Welsh Premier League game.
Well-organised at the back, the Nomads' well-established strikers Stuart Rain and Tommy Mutton are always capable of nicking a goal as is more recent acquisition Darren Williams.
Ken McKenna will be hoping to keep the record intact for at least one more game tonight, with injury doubts surrounding Tommy Holmes, Jamie Wood and Nicky Ward who all missed Wednesday night's 2-1 FAW Premier Cup success against Aberystwyth.
Anything less than win will leave the door open for second-placed Rhyl to take over at the top for the first time in the current campaign the Belle Vue men face Welshpool Town at Maesydre on Saturday, although they have played one game more.
12 November 2021
 
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