CARMARTHEN thankfully saved their supporters the anguish of losing important points through conceding late goals for a third successive match – but, sadly, that was managed only because by half-time, with Connah's Quay already two goals ahead and having largely dominated the proceedings, the result realistically was never in doubt.

CARMARTHEN, having last week endured the agony of conceding a late goal and dropping vital points against Cardiff Met, fared even worse in this match – despite having twice held the lead, they saw Bangor snatch two breakaway goals in the final minutes to be denied a stunning victory over the big-spending North Wales side.

CARMARTHEN'S outstanding start to their Welsh Premier League second-phase programme, along with their six-match unbeaten run, were brought to an abrupt halt with this narrow defeat against a strong Bala side who lie in second place in the League and are themselves enjoying a sequence of just one defeat in 17 games.

 CARMARTHEN continued their impressive start to their Welsh Premier League second-phase programme with another remarkably spirited and committed display in which they deservedly held the lead for most of the last hour only to be robbed of a precious victory deep into added time just seconds before the final whistle when Cardiff Met snatched a scrambled equaliser.

CARMARTHEN, having produced an outstanding display last week in defeating Connah's Quay away from home, surpassed even that high achievement with a remarkable spirited and disciplined performance against multiple Welsh Premier League champions and current runaway League leaders The New Saints which earned them a well-deserved victory.

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