| Hwlffordd / Haverfordwest (h) |
Port Talbot (a) |
Aberystwyth (h) |
Bari / Barry (a) |
Caernarfon (h) |
| Caersws (a) | Connah's Quay (h) |
Welsh Premier (JT Hughes, Mitsubishi) -Saturday, December 20th Porthmadog ... 1 Connah's Quay .... 1 Danny Hughes 55 George Horan 52 The goals in this game came within three minutes of each other early in the second period but from very early on this game had shown every likelihood of ending as a draw. These two teams had faced each other in the season opener when Port had pulled off an outstanding victory and so this represented the first opportunity for a double. This was not to be, however, in a scrappy game where the home side matched the usual strong physical presence of the visitors. A strong wind made both passing and controlling difficult and this led to an untidy opening quarter. The best of the early chances came the way of the Deeside visitors as they played with the strong wind at their backs. After 10 mins Emrys Williams was turned by the experienced Stuart Rain but Gareth Owen's cross raced untouched across the Port goalmouth and two mins later Hutchinson shot wide after receiving a deflected ball in the box. Gerard McGuigan made an excellent save diving low to keep out Tommy Mutton. Port weathered the early pressure and Gareth Parry and Danny Hughes in midfield and Mark Williams up front began to stamp their presence on the game. Gareth Caughter after 21 mins tested keeper Andy Hughes following an excellent build-up involving front men and midfield. On the half-hour mark Port could well have taken the lead when keeper Hughes failed to gather under pressure and Danny Hughes for Port could not capitalise as he appeared to have been held back by the beaten visitors keeper as he was about to shoot. The claims for a penalty were waved away by referee AD Woodthorpe who made several strange decisions during the afternoon. Towards the end of the half the visitors came back into the game and Horan headed wide from a corner and Tommy Mutton burst past Webber on the left but was foiled by a well time Foster tackle. The referee once more waved away penalty claims when Mutton for Connah's Quay broke wide into the box appealing that he had been brought down by Emrys Williams. Early in the second-half the two goals came. In the 52 min George Horan rose unchallenged at the far post to head Andy Griffiths' right wing corner past McGuigan. The lead did not survive long for within three minutes visitors keeper Andy Hughes misjudged the bounce of Mike Foster's long ball and Danny Hughes was on hand, and this time nothing deterred him from placing the ball in the net. That proved to be the end of the scoring and there were few if any clear chances during the remainder of the game. Andy Griffiths shot wide after a cross from the right and Mutton went close following a good run by Griffiths. At the other end a Gareth Parry block almost ended up in the back of the net while Carl Owen lifted his shot over the bar after a tantalising run by Steve Pugh down the right. In the end both sides will be happy to take a point each from the game and for the first time this season Port have shared the spoils in a league match. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G. Jones, Emrys Williams, Lee Webber, Mike Foster, Danny Hughes, Dafydd Evans, Gareth Parry(Ritchie Owen), Gareth Caughter(Steve Pugh), Mark Williams, Tony Williams(Carl Owen). Connah's Quay: Andy Hughes, Steve Hopkins, Nicky Brookman, Craig Hutchinson, George Horan, Paul Mazzarella, Andy Griffiths, Tommy Mutton, Stuart Rain, Jon Kenworthy, Gareth Owen. Subs: Robbie Chesters, Mark Highman, Stuart Terry. Gareth Williams
Welsh Premier (JT Hughes Mitsubishi) -Saturday, December 6th. Caersws ...3 Porthmadog ...2 Graham Evans 3 Mark Williams 15, 79 Andrew Davies 84,89 Two late goals by Andrew Davies for Caersws snatched a victory that had appeared to be Port's, when Mark Williams headed them into a 79th minute lead. This was a game played at a rather frantic pace throughout and in a swirling wind it all became something of a lottery. From the start it seemed likely that there would be goals as neither defence inspired confidence. Indeed Port conceded an early goal, which has been the case for the third consecutive game, and was the result of some poor defensive marking. After only three minutes Graham Evans received a Christmas bonus when he rose unmarked to head Dylan McPhee's free-kick over Gerard McGuigan and into the visitors net. Mcphee was again involved after 6 mins shooting just wide after a good cross by Venables who had burst past Ritchie Owen on the right. Port, however got themselves back into this end to end game, after 15 mins, when an excellent long cross from the left, by Carl Owen, found Mark Williams on the back post and the striker's header looped over Mulliner and into the net. This completed the scoring in the opening half but there were chances at both ends. Gareth Parry was just off target, for Port, after Gareth Caughter had flicked on Mark Williams' left wing cross. While at the visitors end Dafydd Evans had to clear off the line after McGuigan had dropped a McPhee corner from the left. Later McGuigan saved well from Mark Howells and again from the busy Dylan McPhee. In the second period the early chances fell to Caersws. An useful 30yd effort by Andrew Davies, following a corner on the right, sailed just over. Graham Evans was also off target after Emrys Williams had failed to clear. Just after the hour mark it took a brilliant point blank save by McGuigan to keep out Graham Evans and Andy Marfell spurned a good heading chance from a cross from the right. Port were still in the game and began to strike back though relying too much on the long balls for Mark Williams to hold up and neglecting the passing game through midfield which has previously served them well. The introduction of Steve Pugh on the right pleased the visiting supporters and soon brought more variety into the attack. Following a couple of pacy runs to suggest that he would be a threat Pugh burst past Howells and reached the bye-line before crossing a fine near post cross for Mark Williams to place a perfect header past Mulliner. This 79th minute goal was the best of the five goals. The visitors had got their noses in front but their defence was not oozing with confidence and the home side threw everything in to attack. With only six minutes left McGuigan leaped up to palm out Marfell's cross but in the crowded penalty area Andrew Davies reacted first and Port just failed to scramble out his shot on goal with the linesman confirming that the ball had crossed the line. More was to come and once again, with time running out, it was Andrew Davies who took his opportunity to find the net in a crowded box. Caersws had snatched a victory in game that could easily have gone either way. There was time for a couple more Caersws corners and a 30yd effort from Gareth Caughter which flew past Mulliner's post. Caersws were pleased to gain their first home league victory of the season while Port will feel disappointed to have thrown a winning lead with just six minutes to go. An exciting end to end game but one that cried out for a player who could slow the game down and give the attacks more purpose and direction. It was all too frenetic with few players prepared to hold the ball and create. Caersws: Mulliner, Andrew Thomas, Mark Howells, Colin Reynolds, Hugh Clarke, Dylan McPhee, Chris Venables, Andy Marfell, Graham Evans, Graham Jones, Andrew Davies. Subs: Jamie Davies, Mark Probert, Alan Williams. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G. Jones, Emrys Williams, Danny Hughes, Mike Foster (Lee Webber), Gareth Caughter, Gareth Parry, Dafydd Evans, Ritchie Owen(Steve Pugh), Mark Williams, Carl Owen (Tony Williams).
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Welsh Premier (J.T.Hughes,Mitsubishi) -Saturday,November29th. Porthmadog .... 3 Caernarfon ...2 Gareth Parry 25 Calvin Davies 9 Gareth Caughter 30,61 Carl Rogers 34 Port edged out Caernarfon in an exciting game by the odd goal in five.The home side for the second week in succession made a slow start and before they had properly found the pace of the game they were a goal behind. After only nine minutes a sweeping Caernarfon counterattack caught out the Port defence and Carl Rogers took advantage of a good ball played out to the right to find Calvin Davies in space on the edge of the box. The striker broke into the box and drove low into the net catching McGuigan, in the home goal, on the back foot and unable to protect his goal. Gradually the home side got back into the game and first Gareth Parry shot just over the bar from 20yds and Gareth Caughter's flicked header tested Willcock in the visitors goal. Then on 25 mins Port were truly back in the game when Gareth Parry took full advantage of Willcock's poor clearance to make ground into the box and drive low into the corner of the net. Just five minutes later and the home side were ahead when Mike Foster's high ball into the box was headed down by Mark Williams to Gareth Caughter in the box and the midfielder drove into the net from 8yds. Port now enjoyed a good period of play and entertained with some well worked moves. Dafydd Evans, Gareth Pary, John Gwynfor and Gareth Caughter combined well and threatened along the right flank. With the home side just beginning to dominate Caernarfon struck back taking advantage of a ball where the defence only managed a half clearance. The ball was threaded through to Carl Rogers in space in the box and the winger beat McGuigan from close range to make the game all square again.However up to the interval the home side continued to dominate with Mark williams missing a clear chance from Webber's downward header. Webber himself then came close with a header and Carl Owen just failed to take advantage of Mark Williams' cross. At the start of the second period the visitors enjoyed a good period of pressure with McIlvogue and Carl Davies a constant threat to the home defence with their pacy runs.A long cross by McGoona put the Port defence under pressure and minutes later a McIlvogue header struck the bar before bouncing to safety. Ten mins into the second period McIlvogue took advantage of a poor Danny Hughes clearance but McGuigan was quickly off his line and saved well with his feet. Just after the hour mark Port went ahead when Carl Owen headed down to find Ritchie Owen whose well place through ball gave Gareth Caughter just enough space to shoot past Willcok from 12 yds. The game remained a tense end to end battle with Caernarfon taking advantage of the stiff breeze to put the Port defence under pressure but failing to conjure up a clear opening. As the end approached it was the home side who threatened once more with a Webber finding Gareth Parry in the box but this time the midfielder was off target. Just before the end Mark Williams and sub Andy Wagstaffe combined to create an opening for Carl Owen but the striker, who has struck a barren period in front of goal lately, was foiled by a good diving save by Willcock. That was virtually the end and when the referee blew his final whistle Port had notched their third successive victory to bring them up to 8th place in the table and on to 18pts, level with Newtown and Caernarfon who lie just ahead on goal difference. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G. Jones, Danny Hughes, Lee Webber, Mike Foster(capt), Gareth Caughter, Gareth Parry(Tony Williams), Dafydd Evans, Ritchie Owen(Andy Wagstaffe), Mark Wiliams, Carl Owen. Subs not used: Campbell Harrison, Ceri Roberts, Peris Jones. Caernarfon: Ian Willcock, Paul Roberts, Paul Wilson, Tim Brandreth, Mike Maloney, Leigh Williams, Carl Rogers, Wayne Phillips, James McIlvogue, Calvin Davies, Danny McGoona. Subs: Gareth Griffiths, Adam Kelly, Ryan Harden. Gareth Williams
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Welsh Premier (JT Hughes, Mitsubishi) -Saturday, November 22nd Barry Town ... 2 Porthmadog....3 Lawrence Davies 3 Ritchie Owen 25 Leon Jeanne 6 Dafydd Evans 40 Gareth Parry 58 The visiting supporters had hardly settled in their seats after being moved around by some very high handed stewards before their team found themselves two goals down.The damage was done by two players, Lawrence Davies and Leon Jeanne making their return to the Barry team. In only the third minute Jeanne used his pace on the left to round the defence before placing a perfect cross leaving the totally unmarked Davies the simplest of tasks to head past McGuigan into the net. Worse was to follow for after only six mins Barry were two up when the referee Mr S. Jones of Swansea gave one of the most innocuous penalties that you are ever likely to see. The ball was crossed from the left and Port skipper Mike Foster appeared to lose his footing slightly touching Lloyd Sloman who, in any case, did not appear to be in a position to play the ball. The referee pointed to the spot and Leon Jeanne did the rest. Port, after their long journey, had given themselves a mountain to climb. For a while they continued to make life difficult for themselves with some lax passing and giving the ball away too easily. Gradually the visitors got themselves back into the game though McGuigan was called into action after 23 mins to make a fine save from Alun Hughes. Then in the 25th minute Port cut the deficit when Dafydd Evans crossed from the right for Carl Owen to flick on and for Ritchie Owen to head past Rudall from 10 yds. Port now began to control the game but Barry were still dangerous on the break and McGuigan had to pull off another fine diving save to keep out Hughes. Port eventually drew level after 40 mins when the referee awarded his second penalty of the half. This came about when Gareth Parry headed over the defence and into the Barry box. Mark Williams reacted first but as he prepared to take the ball past keeper Rudall he was brought down. Up stepped Dafydd Evans and drove the ball low past Rudall's right hand but not to the referee's satisfaction and he had to place the ball on the spot once more. This time Dafydd drove past Rudall's left hand and Port were level. The visitors continued well on top at the start of the second period when Webber headed Ritchie Owen's corner narrowly wide and soon afterwards Carl Owen was unlucky to see his spectacular overhead kick fly past the upright. After 58 mins Port went deservedly ahead when they set up a promising interchange of passes down the left before Ritchie Owen, who was having an excellent game on the left side of midfield, slipped a low ball into the centre for his fellow midfielder Gareth Parry. Parry also having a fine game broke into the box holding off a challenge and from 12 yds shot low past Rudall into the corner of the net. Visiting supporters now sat back expecting one or two more goals. These in fact did not materialise though on the hour mark Port should have had a second penalty when Carl Owen was brought down when he appeared clean through the Barry defence. This looked to be a far more blatant penalty than either of the other two which Mr Jones had given, but play was just waved on. Port still created chances and Rudall had to be alert to keep out Webber's downward header and a first-time effort by Carl Owen flew just over the bar. Barry were however in no mood to capitulate and, though Jeanne was no longer the threat he had been in the early stages, the home side forced three corners in quick succession late on and it also took a well timed tackle by Gareth Parry to keep out Sherman who was through on goal. When referee Jones blew his whistle the home side were still looking for their first elusive win of the season. Port on the other hand after a rocky period had notched up a second successive victory which brought them up to ninth place in the table. Barry: Rudall, Picknell, Morgan Harris, Elliot, Gavin Rees, Lloyd Sloman, Dave Sherman, Clarke, Lawrence Davies, Alun Hughes, Leon Jeanne. Subs: Carwyn Jones, Sion Jones, Steve Minett. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G Jones, Emrys Williams, Lee Webber, Mike Foster(capt), Danny Hughes(Steve Pugh), Gareth Parry, Dafydd Evans, Ritchie Owen, Mark Williams(Tony Williams), Carl Owen(Gareth Caughter) Gareth Williams.
Welsh Premier (JT Hughes Mitsubishi) -Saturday, November 15th Porthmadog .... 2 Aberystwyth ....1 Ritchie Owen 15 Lee Spike 17 Lee Webber 52 This game kicked off at 2.00pm, a grudging concession by the visitors to events in Moscow, but those who stayed away missed a treat. Any neutral spectator could be forgiven for thinking that Port were the team that were challenging at the top of the table as they took the game by the scruff of the neck from the first kick. The home side could have gone ahead in the first minute when an useful Dafydd Evans cross reached Carl Owen in space on the left but the striker found the angle too narrow and failed to convert the opportunity. The pressure was kept up and after 9 mins Mark Williams came within inches of converting what would have been a spectacular overhead shot on goal. Six mins later and it was no more than Port deserved when they went ahead. First Mark Williams had a shot cleared off the line then Lee Webber drove the ball through a crowded box and Ritchie Owen touched the ball past Worsnop into the net. The lead lasted for only two mins as once again the defence blundered to concede a very untidy goal, when keeping a tight hold on things was all that was needed. Lee Spike took advantage of the slack defence, and a ricochet, to level the score. Port though continued to dominate and it remains a mystery how the home side did not restore their advantage after 25mins when first of all Worsnop pushed Gareth Parry's header against the post and Mark Williams put the ball in the net but the referee had spotted an offence. Aberystwyth rarely threatened and their only real strike on goal came from a Lawless free-kickwell saved by McGuigan.Apart from this effort the much praised Lawless had liitle impact on the game as he was kept well in check by John Gwynfor who turned in another excellent performance.The opening half ended with Port again on the attack with Baker doing well to clear another Gareth Parry header off the line and Carl Owen, whose pace often exposed the sluggish visitors' defence, broke on the right but his low shot was well saved by Worsnop. There was little change in the second period where Port if anything were even more dominant.Even the news that TNS had slipped up failed to inspire them. Aber did however have an early chance when Bari Morgan, failed to take advantage of a poor Webber defensive header, blasting his shot well over. Seven mins into the second half and Mike Foster, showing throughout that he was back to full fitness, floated across a perfect free-kick for Lee Webber at the far post to finish with a classic header back across the keeper and into the net. At the other end the scorer then failed to clear and gave Mark Lloyd Williams his only sight of goal in the entire game a nd on this occasion McGuigan was on hand to deal with his effort on goal. Emrys Williams' tight control of the dangerous 'Juice' was probably a decisive factor in the game. By now Dafydd Evans was running the game from midfield spraying passes to both flanks. A fine ball to the right found Mark Williams on the right and Worsnop cleared at the near post under pressure from Carl Owen. Then Ev ans sent Carl Owen through on the left and by now a desperste Finley could only stop him at the expense of a yellow card. Though Port were well on top their failure to add a third meant that Aber were always in with a chance. Towards the end they did mount some serious attacks and twice Spike got on the end of crosses but McGuigan again proved equal to the task. In fact even in the closing stages Port seemed the more likely to score and subs Tony Williams and Steve Pugh, on the counter-attack, should have done better when the Aber defence was once more outpaced. When the final whistle blew Port had deservedly taken Aber's unbeaten league record and the visitors left the field knowing that the defeat could well have been far heavier. Viv Williams will be pleased not only with the three points but also the manner in which the victory was gained -by playing their passing game. And to cap it all didn't Osian do well in Moscow?! All in all I'd say it's b een a perfect day. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G Jones, Emrys Williams, Lee Webber, Mike Foster(capt), Danny Hughes, Gareth Parry, Dafydd Evans, Rutchie Owen, Mark Williams(Tony Williams), Carl Owen(Steve Pugh). Sub not used: Gareth Caught er. Aber: Worsnop, D Burrows, Chris Short, Ben Jones, Ged Hennigan, Gary Finley,Phil Baker, Mark Ll. Williams, Bari Morgan, Lee Spike, Glyndwr Hughes, John Lawless. Subs: Chris O'Sullivan,Tappin, Cerith Davies. Gareth Williams
Welsh Premier League(JT Hughes, Mitsubishi) -Saturday, November 1st. Port Talbot 3...... Porthmadog ....2 Mark Dodds 16, 86 Lee Webber 68 Hayden Fleming 82 Mark Williams 73 It was a case of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory for Porthmadog as they let slip a 2-1 advantage held with only 8 mins left. It appeared that the visitors were going to break the sequence of poor results when disaster struck twice in the space of only four minutes. First Mark Williams gave the ball away in midfield with a downward header which ran into the path of Hayden Fleming, for the home side, and he took full advantage of the error, drilling a clean 25 yd effort low into the net. Before Porthmadog could utter the words "We'll settle for a draw", Mark Dodds collected wide on the right and held off a challenge by Lee Webber before breaking into the box and settling the match with a clinical finish. Despite their lowly league positions both sides turned in good performances and provided the crowd with a thrilling end to end game. Mark Williams, for Porthmadog, tested Rayner in the 2nd min with a flicked header from Dafydd Evans' early free-kick. While at the other end Craig Hughes shot narrowly wide and Dodds gave McGuigan an early taster following Cockings free-kick from the right. John Gwynfor provided Carl Owen with an useful ball but the striker was forced wide and only succeeded in winning a corner. Then with Porthmadog applying the pressure the home side turned defence into attack in the most decisive fashion. A quickly taken long free-kick caught out the visitors defence allowing Mark Dodds to get behind them and scoring with a low shot from the edge of the box which gave McGuigan, in goal, no chance. Port soon replied with a good three man move involving John Gwynfor, Mark Williams and Carl Owen but the latter's shot was well saved by Raynor. At the other end McGuigan made a scrambled save after Johnson had turned well in the box and soon after Wayne Savage was only narrowly wide with his 25yd effort. Towards the end of the opening half Gareth Parry, for the visitors, let fly a powerful 20 yd effort following good work by Carl Owen and Mark Williams. The visitors started the second-half strongly and after only 3 mins Gareth Parry whipped across a good ball from the right and it took the full 6ft 5ins of Simon Raynor to touch Gareth Caughter's header over the bar. Soon a good three man move involved Dafydd Evans, Danny Hughes and Carl Owen for the latter to test Raynor again. On the hour mark Porthmadog introduced the width that had so obviously been lacking in the opening half when Pugh and Tony Williams replaced doubtful starters Carl Owen and Gareth Parry. A minute later and they almost found a way through when Ritchie Owen's free-kick, initially misheaded by Mark Williams only for Caughter to head over when well placed. Then on 68 mins came the breakthrough when Ritchie Owen's free-kick from the right was headed on by Mark Williams finding Lee Webber unmarked in front of goal and the defender made no mistake from close range. Five minutes later and the visitors, now well on top, took the lead when Mark Williams took advantage of another set piece to flick Dafydd Evans right wing free-kick curling it over Raynor's outstretched arms and into the net. Having gone ahead Porthmadog made the crucial error of sitting back and trying to sit on their lead when they could have gone on to win the game. They now yielded possession and Johnson and Fleming started to control the midfield. Port Talbot then with two goals in the last eight minutes snatched the victory which had earlier seemed out of their reach. Porthmadog will rue the failure to clinch the victory in a game where the very least they deserved was a draw. They will however be pleased with the two goals after such a barren period. Their general play also showed considerable improvement on recent performances again underlining the fact that they play best when they use wide players. Port Talbot: Raynor, Cockings, Gurney(Casey), Carter, Hancock, Fleming, Savage, Johnson, Dodds(Driscoll), Craig Hughes, Matthews(Wigg). Porthmadog: McGuigan, John G. Jones, Emrys Williams, Lee Webber, Ritchie Owen, Danny Hughes,(Harrison), Dafydd Evans, Gareth Parry(Steve Pugh), Gareth Caughter, Mark Williams, Carl Owen(Tony Williams) Gareth Williams.
Welsh Premier League(JT Hughes, Mitsubishi) -Saturday, October 25th Porthmadog ...... 0 Haverfordwest County .... 2 Tim Hicks 17, 71. The six straight defeats became seven as Port tumbled to a home defeat at a wet and dismal Traeth. Things could have been so different when, after only 7 mins, referee M.S. Whitby pointed to the spot and showed Eston Chiverton a yellow card for bringing down Richard Owen in the box just as the midfielder was about to shoot at goal from 12yds out. Up stepped, the usually reliable penalty taker, Dafydd Evans who, instead of his usual trade mark blaster, tried to place the ball past Lee Kendall in the visitors goal, but the keeper guessed correctly and saved well near his right hand post. This punishment for this failure was doubled after 17 mins when Tim Hicks took advantage of a speedy break on the right by Nicky Palmer followed by a quick transfer into the box where Hicks shot powerfully to beat McGuigan at his near post. The goal apart there was little in the way of goalmouth incident with neither side creating many chances. The best Port effort came following a good run on the left by Carl Owen before cutting into the box but he lacked support and the chance did not materialise. On the stroke of half-time Rhys Griffiths for the visitors let fly from 25 yds but his powerful effort flew wide. Port enjoyed their best period of the game just after the interval with Dafydd Evans, John Gwynfor and particularly Gareth Parry prompting well in midfield. With Pugh on as sub on the right the home side abandoned their ineffective long ball game and made the visitors defence work hard as the ball was played around constructively. Near the hour Pugh broke on the right and supplied Gareth Parry but the midfielder's shot was off target. The visitors now called on the experience of defenders Chiverton, Wyn Thomas and player-manager Deryn Brace to weather the storm and this they did successfully. Soon the dangerous trio of Hicks, Palmer and Rhys Griffiths were threatening again. Palmer and Griffiths combined well after 62 mins only for the latter to see his header strike the post before bouncing to safety. McGuigan was now more and more in the thick of things, in the home goal, and after 67 mins was forced to make a point blank save as the middle of the home defence was opened up.Four minutes later came the goal which virtually settled matters and again it was a break on the right by Palmer who switched a good low ball into the box for the lively Hicks to find himself in oplenty of space in the box and made no mistake sending a low shot past McGuigan. Hicks was denied his hat-trick as McGuigan pulled off another good save after the forward received from Griffiths' downward header. There was no way back for Port and though late on sub Wagstaffe managed to get behind the visitors' defence there was no one on hand to convert his useful low cross. These are worrying times for manager Viv Williams as the team faces the long journey next week to Port Talbot knowing that they have now gone three matches without scoring a goal. Port: Gerard McGuigan, John G Jones, Emrys Williams, Lee Webber, Mike Foster(Andy Wagstaffe), Danny Hughes(Steve Pugh), Dafydd Evans, Gareth Parry, Ritchie Owen, Mark Williams(Gareth Caughter), Carl Owen. Haverfordwest: Lee Kendall, Deryn Brace, Wayne Jones, Adrian Harris, Wyn Thomas, Eston Chiverton, Nicky Palmer, Tim Hicks, Rhys Griffiths, Colin Loss, Darren Ryan. Subs: Chris Miller, Dylan Blain, Rob Jones, Lee Walters, Haydn Ralph. Gareth Williams.