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Porthmadog held TNS to a draw on the opening day of the season.
TNS v Porthmadog FC
Vauxhall Masterfit Welsh Premier League
Saturday 7 January 2006: Home - Treflan, 2.30pm
MANAGER Ken McKenna has shrugged off the loss of the first home points of the season in Monday's 1-1 draw with Welshpool Town.
"We are not too bothered about losing our 100% home record - we are still top and playing some quality passing football," he says.
But he is not underestimating Saturday's visitors. "We played Porthmadog at the start of the campaign and they are a dangerous outfit with some talented players.
"We will be particularly wary of Les Davies who is capable of scoring against anyone," he added.
The boss's main worry on the fitness front is keeper Ged Doherty, who suffered a dead leg and a cut on Monday and veteran Lee Williams is standing by to deputise.
Martyn Naylor is struggling with a thigh injury, but there may be a recall for John Leah, who has completed a three-match suspension.
There is also encouraging news of Alfie Carter who is currently undergoing rehabilitation following his knee ligament operation.
"We are looking forward to getting Alfie back - he is in residence at Lilleshall to ensure he comes back fully prepared."
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