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May 3rd 1997 at 14:30 Old Road Attendance 79
Briton Ferry Athletic 1 - 8 Total Network Solutions
Match report WELSH PREMIER
MOTTRAM GOES GOAL CRAZY

FRANK Mottram led the spree as Saints' makeshift line-up sunk struggling Ferry with an eight goal barrage.
The striker netted five times to spearhead a landslide victory as the relegated hosts bowed out of the League in miserable fashion.
Despite missing the Whelan twins and Abercrombie on British Universities' duty, Saints made a flying start.
Ferry's generous defending allowed Ian Evans to fire home from the edge of the box after just five minutes and Paul Bowyer scrambled a second two minutes later on his full first team debut.
Mottram then took centre stage, opening his account with a powerful 30-yard strike, before Shane D'Cotta replied.
Hopes of a revival were soon swept away as Mottram completed a first-half hat-trick and scored twice more within four minutes of the re-start.
Saints completed their highest-ever League win when debutant substitute Damien Currier turned in Ian Bishop's shot.
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Goalscorers
Shane D'Cotta (21) Ian Evans (5)
Paul Bowyer (7)
Frank Mottram (9)
Frank Mottram (25)
Frank Mottram (32)
Frank Mottram (46)
Frank Mottram (49)
Damien Currier (75)
Starting line-ups
Andy Mulliner
Gary Curtis
Arwel Jones
Mike Brown
Gary Jones
Paul Bowyer
John Leah
Ian Evans
Gary Evans
Adrian Jones
Frank Mottram
Substitutes
Neil Breeze
Jamie Bishop
Damien Currier
Substitutions
None Damien Currier -> Ian Evans (99)
Jamie Bishop -> John Leah (99)
Neil Breeze -> Arwel Jones (99)
Yellows
None None
Reds
None None
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Substitute minutes of 99 indicate actual times not known.
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.