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05.12.2020 at 14:30 New Bridge Meadow Attendance: 171
Haverfordwest County
0 - 0
The New Saints
Referee: Darren Adie WELSH PREMIER-

Goalscorers
None None
Starting line-ups
Lee Idzi
Kyle Graves
Damon Searle
Lee Bevan
Jamie Grimes
Bobby Briers
Paul Michael
Jamie Bradford
Steffan Williams
Robbie Walters
Jarrod Price
Paul Harrison
Danny Holmes
Chris Marriott
Phil Baker
Steve Evans
Barry Hogan
Scott Ruscoe
Aeron Edwards
Steve Abbott
Matthew Berkeley
Craig Jones
Substitutes
Terry Evans
Nicky Woodrow
Kristian Griffiths
Christian Seargeant
Jamie Wood
Craig Williams
Substitutions
Terry Evans -> Bobby Briers (36)
Nicky Woodrow -> Steffan Williams (78)
Kristian Griffiths -> Robbie Walters (78)
Craig Williams -> Matthew Berkeley (74)
Jamie Wood -> Steve Abbott (74)
Yellow cards
None Jamie Wood (87)
Red cards
Lee Bevan (87) None
Match report
Saints draw a blank at the Meadow

THE New Saints fought out a goal-less draw against Haverfordwest County at a rain-soaked New Bridge Meadow.
Home boss Derek Brazil admitted his side had been set-up to secure a point and played with Robbie Walters as a long striker with a five-man midfield.
Buoyed by their 2-1 win at Rhyl’s Belle Vue the previous week, County created an early opening when Walters fed Steffan Williams on the right and Jamie Bradford headed the resulting cross just over the bar.
That was about as good as it got for the hosts whose goal led a charmed life for much of the game, especially in the second half.
Craig Jones shot just wide of the far post after he had dispossessed Damon Searle and Steve Abbott was also inches wide of the target.
Scott Ruscoe saw his shot tipped over the bar and keeper Lee Idzi foiled Matthew Berkeley.
Ruscoe again went close, missing a gaping goal at the back post from a Craig Williams cross and Edwards was then denied by the woodwork.
Steve Evans also got forward on a couple of occasions only to send headers over the target.
County had defender Lee Bevan dismissed three minutes from time following an altercation with Steve Evans as Andy Cale's men extended their clean sheet to 806 minutes of action in all competitions.
"It was really one-way and, on another day, if we had scored an early goal, it could have been five or six," said TNS managing director Mike Harris.