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Port v Treffynon / Holywell - 14/04/01

A warm welcome to you all, to this afternoon's match, and especially to the players, officials and supporters of Holywell Town. Let's hope for a cracking game.

I was extremely pleased to hear that I had been named as Manager of the Month for February, however it was not because I was receiving it but as recognition that the team are playing well. In all honesty I was not even at the first game of the run and Osian was in charge for that match. Clearly it is the players who deserve the plaudits; it is they who do the business on the field. As is often the case it is the manager who gets the recognition, but it is the players who deserve it. They are the ones who get the stick when things go wrong so they deserve recognition when things go well. I would also like to thank Osian for all his help, he's an invaluable member of the team he also deserves a lot of credit.

It has been a fortnight since our last home match and I have to admit that it was a very frustrating 90 minutes for me. We created some gilt edged chances and missed them. As always there were positive aspects to the game we got the three points. The build up play was exemplary, especially in the first half. The goals will come. The additions we have made to the squad over the course of the season have made their mark; Carl has got among the goals just as we hoped he would. Mike Foster has been excellent at the back and Lewis Coady has been influential in midfield, Lewis and I believe there is plenty more to come from him as soon as he manages to get rid of his niggling back problem.

The fixture chaos has been well documented but the remedy being suggested in the papers in Anglesey could see a number of meaningless mid table games being scrapped from the schedule with a number of teams not finishing their programmes. League officials will insist that matches affecting promotion and relegation must be played but a number of games with no bearing on those will not be played. This could mean that Porthmadog will not play either Gantries or Llangefni and that we only have 6 League games remaining rather that the scheduled 8, we shall have to see what becomes of this in the next couple of weeks. Enjoy the game.
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