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Bluebirds flying high after win at Meadow

Dec 4 2004

Western Mail


HAVERFORDWEST gave their supporters a superb all-round display at Bridge Meadow last night with a thumping 4-1 victory over Aberystwyth.

Two goals in the first half from Darren Ryan, one from the penalty spot, gave the hosts a 2-1 advantage after Paul Moore had pulled one back for the visitors.

But in the second period, the Bluebirds added to their advantage through Wayne Thomas and Richie Adams and are now in seventh place in the Welsh Premier following six victories in their last seven matches.

Caernarfon Town are celebrating their first league victory since August, a Marcus Orlik goal on the stroke of half time, giving them a 1-0 win at Newi Cefn Druids.

Meanwhile, Catherine Zeta Jones could be taking an interest in Llanelli's Welsh Premier result at Welshpool this afternoon.

The Hollywood star (pictured below), niece of Reds present owner Robert Jones, has been rumoured to be considering a cash injection at Stebonheath Park, with the club on the market for 350,000.

New boss Nick Tucker is unfazed by the speculation. "I knew the club was up for sale when I came here," he said. "I just hope that Nick Tucker figures in the plans of whoever takes over the club."

The former Taffs Well manager, who introduced six of his former Rhiw Dda'r players in the 3-1 victory over Afan Lido last week - Llanelli's first points at the 11th time of asking - takes his new charges on the road for the first time.

Welshpool, under new manager Tomi Morgan, have risen to 11th following an excellent 1-1 draw at Carmarthen and look a good bet to beat their highest top-flight finish, 15th, this season.

Airbus UK could find themselves in bottom spot if the Reds win at Maes-y-Dre and the Planemakers lose at in-form Bangor City.

League leaders TNS look to extend their unbeaten record to 15 matches at Cwmbran, the Crows having lost all three contests on home soil.

A loss at Bangor and a 1-1 draw at Connah's Quay has dealt a mighty blow to Rhyl's chances of retaining their title.

The Lilywhites face another potentially tricky visit to fifth-placed Newtown and will be hampered by the absence through suspension of Marc Limbert and Gareth Wilson.

Draw specialists Porthmadog entertain Carmarthen, who would probably welcome a point at Y Traeth, while Caersws, in third spot, could be tested to the full at Connah's Quay Nomads.


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