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30.01.2021 at 19:30 Treflan Attendance: 217
The New Saints
2 - 1
Cefn Druids
Referee: A D Woodthorpe WELSH PREMIER

David Bridgwater (40)
Nicky Ward (82)
Alec Stacey (88)
Starting line-ups
Dean Williams
Martyn Naylor
Chris King
Steve Evans
Tommy Holmes
Scott Ruscoe
David Bridgwater
Gary Brabin
Nicky Ward
Michael Wilde
John Toner
Mike Price
Nick Parry
Osian Jones
Aled Rowlands
Mark Allen
Gareth Evans
Dave Cunnah
Dan Desormeaux
Anthony Williams
Joe Desormeaux
Aden Shannon
Neil Prescott
Edward Davies
Simon Davies
Steven Beck
Darren McGuinness
John Main
Alec Stacey
Matthew Dabbs
Shaun Jones
Roy Cardus
Simon Davies -> Martyn Naylor (68)
Steven Beck -> Scott Ruscoe (82)
Darren McGuinness -> Michael Wilde (84)
Alec Stacey -> Joe Desormeaux (74)
Roy Cardus -> Osian Jones (82)
John Main -> Dave Cunnah (87)
Yellow cards
Nicky Ward (65)
Dave Cunnah (64)
Red cards
None None
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Mike Wilde's bicycle kick doesn't quite come off.
Pictures from the match

A COMBINATION of a strong wind blowing down the Treflan pitch and some dogged Druids' defending meant TNS made heavy weather of securing the points.
With Aled Rowlands marshalling his back-line, it took Saints 40 minutes to break down the visitors' defence.
David Bridgwater's curling 20-yard free kick five minutes before the break put Saints in front after a fairly even first half which saw chances at both ends.
A long clearance was carried on the wind over Steve Evans' head and Dean Williams was forced to make a save at the feet of Anthony Williams in the opening minutes.
Referee Woodthorpe then waved away claims for penalties at both ends before Evans and Wilde saw shots saved in a goalmouth scramble.
Gary Brabin's 25-yarder sailed over the bar and after the opening goal, Wilde went close to adding to the lead, with Aden Shannon responding at the other end with a tame shot.
TNS piled on the pressure with the wind at their backs in the second-half and John Toner beat keeper Mike Price only for his shot to miss the target.
Wilde's bicycle kick was also off key and he was just denied by the Druids' defence minutes later.
Good build up play on the left put in Shannon again, but he missed from a good position in front of goal with only Dean Williams to beat.
Despite the pressure, Druids held firm until eight minutes from time, when Nicky Ward stole in the far post to drive home Bridgwater's cross from the right.
Two minutes from time, substitute Alec Stacey - a summer trialist with Saints - latched on to a through ball from Roy Cardus to score and keep the home fans biting their fingernails, but it proved a mere consolation as Saints held out.
Late on, Ken McKenna introduced striker Darren McGuinness for his debut, after scoring 14 goals in three games since joining the reserves, but there was little time for him to make an impression.