CARMARTHEN produced another remarkable display of determined, high-energy football against a stylish Llandudno side but slipped to a narrow defeat after having been forced to play 70 minutes with just ten men once Kyle Bassett had been red-carded for a moment of mindless indiscipline.

CARMARTHEN'S faltering start to their Welsh Premier League season received a welcome lift with an impressive display of high-energy, determination and commitment which brought them a well-earned victory over a very competitive Airbus side.

CARMARTHEN produced a remarkable performance to take a richly-deserved point off a Bala side that finished worthy runners-up in last season’s Welsh Premier League and have, since then, strengthened their squad heavily during the summer.  In fact, with a little bit of better luck in front of goal the Old Gold might easily have been rewarded with a memorable well-earned victory.

CARMARTHEN'S highly encouraging performance last week-end in their opening game of the Welsh Premier League season was rightly attributed to an impressive display of defending under pressure – but on this occasion, sadly, Newtown were able to capitalise on Town’s frequent defensive errors and indecision to inflict this comprehensive defeat.


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