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18.11.2020 at 19:45 Park Hall Attendance: 248
The New Saints
2 - 0
Port Talbot Town
Referee: Kevin Morgan LEAGUE CUP / Semi-final 2nd Leg

Goalscorers
Barry Hogan (22)
Scott Ruscoe (pen) (30)
None
Starting line-ups
Paul Harrison
Danny Holmes
Chris Marriott
Phil Baker
Steve Evans
Christian Seargeant
Barry Hogan
Scott Ruscoe
Aeron Edwards
Steve Abbott
Jamie Wood
Lee Kendall
Leigh De-Vulgt
Scott Barrow
Gareth Phillips
Gary Bansor
Lee Surman
Drew Fahiya
Neil Thomas
Martin Rose
Liam McCreesh
Daniel Thomas
Substitutes
Alex Darlington
Matthew Berkeley
Craig Williams
Matthew Rees
Lee John
Lloyd Grist
Substitutions
Matthew Berkeley -> Danny Holmes (46)
Craig Williams -> Aeron Edwards (54)
Alex Darlington -> Steve Abbott (83)
Lloyd Grist -> Daniel Thomas (63)
Lee John -> Liam McCreesh (72)
Matthew Rees -> Leigh de-Vulgt 985)
Yellow cards
Aeron Edwards (31)
Alex Darlington (86)
Lee Kendall (29)
Daniel Thomas (43)
Lee Surman (60)
Liam McCreesh (68)
Neil Thomas (73)
Red cards
None None
Match report

Barry Hogan celebrates his goal with provider Steve Abbott.
Pictures from the match
Saints set-up final date with Rhyl

BARRY Hogan was the unlikely hero as The New Saints comfortably booked their place in the Loosemores League Cup final for a second successive season.
Steve Abbott's ball over the top in the 22nd-minute enabled Hogan to beat the offside trap and send a cool chip over keeper Lee Kendall from the edge of the box to nestle in the far corner of the net.
And a final meeting with Rhyl was virtually secured eight minutes later when Kendall brought down Scott Ruscoe as he homed in on goal, and the midfielder dusted himself down to slot home the resulting penalty, his second goal in two games.
The Steelmen almost grabbed a crucial away goal a minute later when a free-kick on the right eluded everybody in the box and whistled inches wide of the far post.
But home keeper Paul Harrison was never troubled, with Martin Rose spurning a couple of opportunities and Drew Fahiya heading wide at the back stick.
Neil Thomas also produced a couple of powder-puff shots as the generally disappointing visitors failed to make an impression despite some neat build-up play.
TNS were largely happy to sit on their advantage in an eminently forgettable second-half and, when Craig Williams did get the ball in the net for a third time in the final minute, he was adjudged to be offside.
Alex Darlington made a welcome return from long-term injury as a late substitute and showed he has not lost any of his competitive edge by picking-up the Saints only booking of the night!