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John Hulse Rhyl boss John Hulse reckons Bangor City could hold the key to the destiny of the Welsh Premier League title.
RHYL and TNS are neck and neck for the Welsh Premier League title for the second season running, but Lillies' boss John Hulse reckons Bangor City could hold the key.
"There are still a lot of games to come and I think there'll be a lot of twists and turns," said Hulse.
"Caersws, TNS and us have all got to play Bangor and they could yet decide it all."
However, Rhyl appeared to knock the mid-Wales Bluebirds' chances on the head with a 3-0 home win at Belle Vue on Saturday, putting Rhyl level on points with leaders TNS and six points clear of Caersws, who have played a game more.
At the same stage last year, Rhyl and TNS were level on 54 points, with the north Wales side having the better goal difference. This time around, both have 55 points, but the Llansantffraid full-timers have the better goals record.
"We are in there and we'll keep plugging away," adds Hulse, who will welcome back last season's leading scorer Andy Moran from his drugs ban in March.
"We are in roughly the same position as last season and we are just tuned in for it, taking each game as it comes and hopefully we can do it again."
20 February 2021