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Port v Buckley - 29/12/01

Firstly I hope you had an enjoyable Christmas and that you will enjoy a happy and prosperous New Year. A warm welcome to Y Traeth for this afternoon's League Cup quarter final against Buckley. We had a tough game at Globe Way back in November and we are expecting and difficult encounter again today.

Today is our last game of 2001 and it seems to be a good time to review the season so far. We have played 19 games so far this season and lost only two. We have won 34 points out of a possible 45. Had anybody offered that to me back in August 1 would have bitten his hand off. However I believe that in the three games we have drawn at home we have thrown six points away. That is something we may yet rue. I was clearly disappointed with our defeat at Holyhead, every team is bound to get a bad day at the office once in a while and I was pleased with the effort and determination we showed at Llandudno. Everyone prepared to work for the team, that is what secured the three points on a difficult surface and against dogged opponents. If you look back on 2001 as a whole we have played 33 League games and only lost 3 games, Caernarfon Town lost four games on their way to winning the Cymru Alliance last season from 32 games. I feel that the club has made definite progress during the past 12 months. We must now build on this. We are currently in the strongest position we have been in at Christmas since we were relegated into the Cymru Alliance. We are handily placed in the leading pack of five or six clubs. Last season we were out of the hunt by Christmas, this time round we have everything to play for. What is also pleasing is that we are scoring goals throughout the side and are currently the top scorers in the League.

On Boxing Day I went to the Bangor V Caernarfon game and it turned out to be a corker of a game, packed with incidents and talking points as well as a bumper 800 plus crowd. Boxing Day derby games are something we must aspire to. There was plenty for the crowd to enjoy in Wednesday's game, let's hope that a little will spill over into this afternoon's encounter.
Porthmadog

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