and Alfie Carter celebrate the second goal.
AFTER coming off the bench to score last weekend's winner and Carmarthen and scoring
twice to beat Bangor City on Saturday, striker John Toner is anxious to lose his "super-sub"
"I'd rather not be," he told S4C after his two goals in three minutes ended the Citizens' resistance
at Park Hall.
"Wildy has done really well with the overhead kick and I think he's still trying to claim the
Head coach Andy Cale said he was "delighted" with the performance. "It was the same as last
week, we stuck at our task," he said.
"Bangor played very well and had their chances, but I thought we defended well and we took
our chances well in the second half."
But City boss Nev Powell was dejected: "I think sometimes in football you don't get what you
deserve and that was definitely the case today," he said.
"I think we were worth at least a point if not all three, the lads have put in a really good
performance especially after last week and we were desperately unlucky."