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Congratulations for Steven Beck (right) after he scored Saints' second goal against Port Talbot at Treflan last season.
TNS v Port Talbot Town
Welsh Premier League
Sat 11 Dec 2004: Home - Treflan


LIKE a batsman in the nervous nineties, TNS striker Marc Lloyd-Williams has temporarily lost his goal touch with a blank in his last two games.
Just five short of the magic 200 Welsh Premier League goals, Jiws will be looking to pull on his scoring boots this Saturday as he faces Port Talbot at Treflan.
Saints did the double over the Steelmen last season, with a 4-1 away verdict followed by a 2-0 home win.
Since then, much has changed at Victoria Road, with new manager Wayne Davies forced to replace the players who followed manager Mark Jones up the road to Carmarthen Town.
He has brought in several players with Welsh League experience who have acquitted themselves well in the top flight, with former Swansea and Newport midfielder Gareth Phillips the playmaker.
Rhys Griffiths has also been brought from Carmarthen to bolster the strike force, following a hamstring injury to Andrew Pearson.
Saints should have a full squad at their disposal, with the exception of Chris King, as they look to return to winning ways after the disappointing draw down at Cwmbran.
8 December 2020
 
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