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BOTH SIDES IN SEARCH OF SUNDAY BEST
Marc Lloyd Williams nets against his old club in last season's 1-1 draw at Treflan
Total Network Solutions v Bangor City
Vauxhall Masterfit Welsh Premier League
Sun 4 Sept 2005: Home - Treflan (2.00pm)

TNS go in search of their first win of the season when struggling Bangor City visit Treflan on Sunday.
But the Saints certainly won't underestimate the Citizens, despite the fact they have lost their first two games, 5-0 at Llanelli and 4-2 at home to Welshpool.
Any side managed by Peter Davenport will prove redoubtable opponents and, once City's new batch of players have settled in, they will almost certainly become a major challenger once again.
Wholesale changes at Farrar Road during the close season have seen several interesting newcomers, including former Wales Under-21 starlet Leyton Maxwell, Rhyl duo Lee Atherton and Chris McGinn and former Football League striker Alex Hay.
Last season, TNS took just one point from Bangor in a 1-1 home draw and will need to produce a 90 minutes performance, lacking in their away draws at Porthmadog and Port Talbot.
Unfortunately, former City midfielder Phil Baker is unlikely to recover from an ankle knock in time to face his old club, while manager McKenna still has John Leah, John Lawless and Martin Naylor on the injured list.
2 September 2021