Apycom Java Applets
Mike Wilde gives Jiws high fives after the second goal at Plas Kynaston.
NEWI Cefn Druids 1-3 TNS
Welsh Premier League
Fri 19 Nov 2004: Away - Plas Kynaston Lane

A HAT-trick from Marc Lloyd-Williams gave Saints victory and sent them four points clear at the top with a game in hand, after Rhyl were beaten 2-1 by Bangor City.
Jiws opened the scoring at Plas Kynaston after just three minutes when he converted well at the near post from a John Lawless cross.
But any thoughts of a another goal rush were soon dispelled by Druids, who fought back well and levelled just eight minutes later when Mike Thompson found the net via Gerard Doherty's near post.
A scrappy first-half saw Saints fail to get the ball out wide and chances were few and far between, although Mackin was forced to save from Lloyd-Williams after 21 minutes and again from a Scott Ruscoe 20-yard free-kick just before the break.
But four minutes after the restart TNS were in front again, as Jiws stole in at the back post to head past Mackin from Steven Beck's excellent right wing cross.
A good move down the right by Druids saw Thompson just fail to convert, but after Barry Hogan had fired wide from another Beck delivery, Saints killed off the game.
Keeper Mackin got in a mess with his defenders and Lloyd-Williams was on hand to put the ball into an empty net to notch his fourth hat-trick of the season.
Lawless nearly added a fourth when his shot flew across the goal, but Scott Ruscoe came closest with a 20-yard shot that hit the post with Mackin beaten.
A weary TNS completed their fifth game in 14 days with maximum league points, two cup games won, 26 goals scored and just two conceded and now have a well-earned eight day break before facing up to Haverfordwest.
19 November 2020
WP News archive