CARMARTHEN very much needed three points from this match to consolidate their place in the top six of the Welsh Premier League and they produced another highly-spirited display, brimming with energy and commitment, which had only one crucial flaw – an absence of goals. 

JUST over three weeks ago Carmarthen’s interest in the League Cup was extinguished by Welsh League title-chasers Barry Town United and now, after a keenly contested Welsh Cup tie, they suffered the same fate against another lower league side, high-flying Caernarfon Town from the Cymru Alliance.

CARMARTHEN, faced with the daunting task of trying to restrain multiple Welsh Premier League champions and current runaway League leaders The New Saints, produced a remarkably spirited and disciplined performance which, despite having taken a surprise early lead, eventually finished in honourable defeat - and so TNS continue with their unblemished winning run this season and take another step towards their inevitable sixth successive League championship.

CARMARTHEN delivered another remarkable display of spirited, high-energy football to secure a well-deserved victory in a tough encounter against big-spending Bangor who for most of this season have occupied a top three place in the Welsh Premier League.

CARMARTHEN missed the opportunity to lift themselves up into sixth place in the Welsh Premier League when, disappointingly, they were forced to share the points with strugglers Cefn Druids after producing a performance that was brimming with energy and commitment but lacking in clinical finishing.


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