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Aug 31st 1997 at 14:30 Treflan Attendance 110
Total Network Solutions 1 - 1 Inter Cardiff
Match report WELSH PREMIER

TNS are still seeking their first win of the season after sharing the spoils for the fourth time this season.
Gary Powell earned a point with his first league goal for Saints in an evenly poised encounter, the striker bundling the ball into the net off his chest from Damier Currier's inviting left wing cross on the hour.
Saints should have opened their account late in the first half, but Adrian Jones planted his penalty against the bar after Ian Evans had been brought down by keeper Marty Ellacott.
And they paid the price moments later when Sean Wharton headed home following a left wing corner on the stroke of the interval.
At the other end, Damien Currier went close when his headed effort was turned onto the bat by Ellacott while Ian Evans was denied a late winner.
His low strike was superbly turned round the post by the keeper.
Inter also had their moments. John Wile smashed a 30-yard free kick narrowly wide after just seven minutes while Wayne Hewitt hit a powerful effort into the side netting six minutes later.

Photo: Damien Currier goes in to head against Inter CableTel.

Gary Powell (60)
Sean Wharton (42)
Starting line-ups
Andy Mulliner
Gary Curtis
Tim Edwards
Gary Jones
Paul Bowyer
Ian Evans
Gary Evans
Adrian Jones
Iain Sankey
Damien Currier
Gary Powell
Arwel Jones
Mike Brown
John Leah
John Leah -> Damien Currier (99)
None None
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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.