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Jul 12th 2003 at 15:00 Treflan Attendance
The New Saints 10 - 0 Malpas F C
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SAINTS HIT DOUBLE FIGURES

Jimmy AggreyAN intensive pre-season build up to the Uefa Cup ties with Man City started with a 10 goal thrashing of Mid Cheshire leaguers, Malpas F C.
Taking a leaf out of the Sven-Goran Eriksson management book, boss Ken McKenna substituted the whole of his side at the interval, with the exception of new boy Simon Davies, who played until the 72nd minute.
This gave a run out to the whole of the squad, apart from Steve Evans, who is still recovering from a hernia operation, plus several triallists.
Although outclassed and chasing shadows for much of the game, to their credit the visitors tried to play football when they were on the ball, to provide Saints with a decent early workout.
After 20 minutes of limbering up, Saints started the goal fest through Mike Wilde.
Four up at the break, the substitutes added six more in the second half.
Apart from new signing, Simon Davies, who impressed throughout, Saints introduced several triallists, including Jimmy Aggrey (pictured) - who has been released by Yeovil Town.
Former Swansea striker, Jamie Wood, played the second half and scored in the final minutes. A Cayman Islands international, he started his career as a trainee with Manchester United.
Injured last season, he was released on a free transfer by the Swans.
Also on show were Alan Delahunty, who has played for Bangor, Greenock Morton and two Finnish clubs, Lee Chaffey (released by Ipswich Town), plus Wrexham duo Alex Stacey and Gareth Sadlow.
Of the new faces, Jimmy Aggrey gave a sterling display in central midfield on a very hot day and looks ready-made cover for Steve Evans, who may not be fit for the start of the new campaign.

Ready for the new season - Saints' squad before the Malpas game
Above: Saints' squad pictured before the match in the new green and white strip.

Referee:

Goalscorers
Michael Wilde (20)
Simon Davies (29)
Michael Wilde (33)
John Toner (38)
Justin Perry (62)
John Leah (69)
Nicky Ward (75)
David Bridgwater (pen) (80)
John Leah (84)
Jamie Wood (89)
None
Starting line-ups
Gerard Doherty
Martyn Naylor
Chris King
Jimmy Aggrey
Chris Taylor
Scott Ruscoe
Simon Davies
David Bridgwater
Gary Brabin
Michael Wilde
John Toner
Substitutes
Dean Williams
Tommy Holmes
Gareth Sudlow
Alan Delahunty
Alex Stacey
Lee Chaffey
John Leah
Nicky Ward
Justin Perry
Jamie Wood
Substitutions
Dean Williams -> Gerard Doherty (46)
Nicky Ward -> Michael Wilde (46)
Jamie Wood -> David Bridgwater (46)
Justin Perry -> John Toner (46)
Alex Stacey -> Scott Ruscoe (46)
Alan Delahunty -> Chris Taylor (46)
Gareth Sudlow -> Jimmy Aggrey (46)
John Leah -> Gary Brabin (46)
Lee Chaffey -> Chris King (46)
Tommy Holmes -> Martyn Naylor (46)
David Bridgwater -> Simon Davies (72)
None
Yellows
None None
Reds
None None
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Substitute minutes of 99 indicate actual times not known.
The New Saints played as Total Network Solutions from 1997 to end of season 2005/6.
NEWI Cefn Druids played as Flexsys Cefn Druids prior to 2003/4.
Port Talbot Town played as Port Talbot Athletic prior to 2001/2.
Total Network Solutions played as Llansantffraid FC prior to 1997/8.
Match-by-match player stats for season 1993/4 are largely unavailable.