CARMARTHEN began their Welsh Premier League second-phase programme with a tough encounter at second-placed Connah’s Quay who have lost at home only once this season, unsurprisingly to runaway leaders TNS. 

CARMARTHEN went into this final game of the Welsh Premier League first-phase programme knowing that a draw against Cefn would secure a much coveted top six finish, thereby guaranteeing both participation in the end of season play-offs for a UEFA place and safety from any prospect of relegation.

CARMARTHEN secured a valuable point in their pursuit of a coveted top-six finish at close of the Welsh Premier League first-phase programme in this attractive festive fixture against a strong Cardiff Met side that currently sit just four points and one place above them. 

CARMARTHEN finished 2016 with a stunning performance to deservedly claim three valuable points from this entertaining encounter with a Cardiff Met side that has impressed in their first season back in the Welsh Premier League after a lengthy absence from the top flight.

CARMARTHEN went into this match knowing that taking three points off Rhyl would represent a big step towards securing a coveted top six finish at the fast-approaching end of the Welsh Premier League first-phase programme. 


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