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TNS LOOK TO END WITH A FLOURISH
Marc Lloyd-Williams on the ball against Haverfordwest earlier this season
Haverfordwest County v TNS
Welsh Premier League
Tue 19 Apr 2005: Away - New Bridge Meadow

WITH the title in the Treflan trophy cupboard, Saints can go to New Bridge Meadow under no pressure whatsoever.
But they have plenty of incentive to claim victory at Haverfordwest, who put a spoke in the last two Welsh Premier campaigns with victory in Llansantffraid in 2002/3 and down in west Wales last season.
In any event, manager Ken McKenna will want to end the season with a flourish and extend the six-game winning run to eight with further successes at Haverfordwest and then Port Talbot in the final game of the campaign on Saturday.
The Bluebirds will want to cling on to fourth place, although it holds no promise of European entry with Welsh Cup finalists and nearby rivals Carmarthen Town claiming that honour.
Deryb Brace's side have a mean defensive record - second only to TNS - and will be tough to breach on their own ground, but Saints may now find it easier to show their class and strike duo Marc Lloyd-Williams and Michael Wilde will be looking to add to the 52 goals they have scored between them so far, assuming they get the nod.

18 April 2021
 
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