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Congratulations for John Leah after his free-kick made it seven-up for Saints
Connah's Quay Nomads 0-7 TNS
Welsh Premier League
Fri 12 Nov 2004: Away - Deeside Stadium

TNS equalled their highest-ever Welsh Premier League margin of victory with a seven-goal demolition job on Deeside.
Five first-half goals ensured Nomads' 10-year wait for a home win over the Saints would continue, although some of them owed much to the strong wind and some erratic goalkeeping by debutante Matthew Hogg.
Any thoughts that TNS would be leg-weary after their Premier Cup exertions 48 hours earlier were dispelled as early as the seventh minute when Marc Lloyd-Williams crossed for John Toner to net at the far post.
Jiws made in 2-0 just six minutes later when a mix-up between keeper and defenders left him an easy opportunity.
Martin Naylor's free kick from the left eluded everyone in the box to sneak into the goal past Hogg and Lloyd-Williams pounced for his 16th league goal of the campaign when the ball flew over the home defence on the wind to leave him clear on an empty goal.
There was no fluke about the fifth as Chris King - who had another superb game - crossed from the left for Michael Wilde to head precisely past the keeper.
Saints understandably took their foot off the gas after the break and Scholarship youth Craig Ryan showed some neat touches on his league debut after replacing Wilde.
The hapless Hogg added to his misery when somehow being harried out of possession by John Lawless for the sixth in the 85th minute, before John Leah capped the night with a superb 30-yard free kick inside the left hand post.
12 November 2021
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