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NO-GAME SAINTS LEFT HIGH AND DRY
WITHOUT a game this weekend, TNS were left high and dry at the top of the Welsh Premier League as all the five chasing clubs failed to win.
Indeed, only Haverfordwest could summon a point from their efforts, with the biggest shock second-placed Rhyl's Friday night defeat at lowly Airbus.
The Wingmakers absorbed plenty of pressure from the Lillies before snatching all three points thanks to a 60th minute goal from former Oswestry Town striker Kevin Leech.
Afan Lido gained only their second home win of the season to beat third-place Caersws 1-0 with a late Greg Hurley goal.
Carmarthen drop to fifth after a surprise home defeat to relegation-haunted Caernarfon, with Kenny Irons scoring his first Welsh Premier goal in a 2-1 win.
Peter Hoy was sent off as Bangor also lost, 3-0 at home to Cwmbran.
TNS are now three points clear at the top with a vastly superior goal difference with their next league action the televised game at Bangor in two weeks' time.
26 February 2021