|CLUB skipper Gary Brabin was at Treflan for the Barry Town game (above) and says he is feeling fine after his recent scare at Connah's Quay.
After complaining of breathlessness half an hour into the game, he left the pitch and spent the night in Liverpool Royal Infirmary.
Brabin says that the doctors have found no problem with his heart, although it is enlarged, and he has been told that he can continue playing at his own risk, or take a three month break from training and playing.
He is going for further tests in a few days time and expects the results towards the end of March, after which he is hoping to return to action.
Photo: Gary Brabin presents a TNS replica shirt to Ffion Jones of Weston Rhyn, the winner of a spot the ball competition in the Junior Saints newsletter.