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Port v Cemaes - 27/11/99

Anybody who witnessed last Saturday's match would agree that the team are playing well at the moment, though results are not brilliant, the style of play bodes well for the future. We remain a bit open at the back as a result of our attacking policy but with the continued endeav-our the lads are putting in we can iron out the deficiencies given time.

Today's match promises to be another cracker as our visitors are also committed to open attacking football, so I'm not expecting a nil nil draw, but as they say football is a funny old game and anything can happen. Whelo's side are just a point and two places below us in the League so the result is vital to both teams.

Nice to see more building work going on behind the Quarry End goal, our tireless Chairman Bob Havelock is at it again trying to catch up with the ground cri-teria regulations laid down by the pyramid structure administra-tors. If anybody deserves suc-cess, it's this man. In my five years at Port he has worked everyday for the club and the supporters, giving of his time and money to take the dub for-ward, setting a shining example to us all. You only have to look at the pitch, which is without doubt the best in the League, which takes hours of his time.

I don't like writing match reports on this page as everyone sees home matches and the edi-tor provides excellent reports on away games, but I must mention Adrian Owen who was on top form last week, scoring one almost scoring another until Viv tapped it home. His play excited me and the entire crowd. If we could get that type of perfor-mance regularly we could really be pushing for honours.

In previous seasons this page has been dogged by controver-sy, but as 1 have a £500 sus-pended fine over my head I have tried to be on my best behaviour and not make too many contro-versial comments on topical issues involving football in Wales, but instead keep my comments to issues that concern Porthmadog FC, you could say the mouth has been gagged. I hope that this has not diminished your enjoyment of the pages. No doubt as the season progresses further controversial issues will raise their heads and passion will take over and our programme editor will be forced to remove large chunks of my programme notes.
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