AFTER the euphoria of last week’s stunning victory at Bala, Carmarthen fans were swiftly brought back to the harsh realities of life at the wrong end of the Welsh Premier League table as they witnessed this distinctly dismal performance against fellow strugglers Barry who, with a display of frequent fast open football, thoroughly deserved their success.

THE noticeable signs of improvement shown in Carmarthen’s last match at Bangor further developed in dramatic fashion with this remarkable performance at Bala which abruptly ended Town’s miserable sequence of defeats since the opening of the Welsh Premier season. 

WHILE Carmarthen suffered their fourth consecutive defeat since the opening day of the Welsh Premier League season, the small band of loyal supporters that made the long trip to North Wales at least on this occasion saw a much more spirited and competitive performance from their team - enough to suggest that better results will come, hopefully soon.

WHILE League titles and relegation places cannot possibly be decided at such an early stage of the Welsh Premier League programme, Carmarthen’s performance today will have left those loyal supporters who saw this match in no doubt that a long and difficult season lies ahead.

CARMARTHEN continue to struggle in their opening matches of the season - having suffered a disappointing defeat at Llandudno last week, they remain pointless at the bottom of the Welsh Premier League table.


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