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Mike Wilde and Marc Lloyd-Williams look to boost their 48-goal haul against Cefn Druids
TNS v NEWI Cefn Druids
Welsh Premier League
Easter Monday 28 Mar 2005: Home - Treflan (2.30)

BOTTOM club NEWI Cefn Druids roll into Treflan for the Easter Monday action, no doubt buoyed by a rare victory on Friday.
The Ancients beat Port Talbot Town 1-0 with a first-half Steven Brookes goal, without ever looking very convincing.
By the time Saints kick-off, the result from Rhyl's home game with Bangor City will be through. A home draw or defeat for the Lillies would give TNS the chance to open up a seven or eight point gap at the top, leaving them with a virtually unassailable lead going into the last four games.
Bangor have every incentive as they fight for a Uefa Cup spot and local bragging rights on the North Wales coast.
But whatever the result from Belle Vue, Saints need three points in the bag come 4.30 as their last three games are all on the road in south Wales, with Carmarthen and Haverfordwest both tricky fixtures.
Ken McKenna should have a full strength squad at his disposal, with Marc Lloyd-Williams and Mike Wilde looking to add to the 48 Welsh Premier goals they have bagged this season, making them the league's deadliest scoring duo.

27 March 2021