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11 FEBRUARY 2012

Bangor came home with three hard earned points at Llanelli thanks to a late winner from captain Jamie Brewerton who enjoyed a fine afternoon against the league's leading goalscorer Rhys Griffiths.   

City started strongly with Les Davies foiled only by a last ditch tackle from Stuart Jones and then denied by a fine save from Ashley Morris in the Llanelli goal. Sion Edwards flicked on a Jamie Brewerton clearance but Kyle Wilson was crowded out by Lee Surman and Stuart Jones.  

Bangor held their own in midfield with Damien Allen and Dave Morley matching the Reds three men in the middle wholeheartedly.

City enjoyed plenty of possession and passed the ball around confidently.   A trademark long throw from Peter Hoy was flicked on by Les Davies but Dave Morley sent his header at Ashley Morris.   The Reds responded with a clean low side foot shot from Chris Holloway which City custodian Lee Idiz did well to keep out.

With Craig Moses ill and other forwards released Rhys Griffiths found the going tough against a determined Jamie Brewerton who seemed keen to prove a point against the lanky goal getter.   Kyle Wilson swept the ball out to Sion Edwards who popped up on the right, his cross invited a header from Les Davies but Morris was in the way once more.

City threatened again with Les Davies picking out strike partner Kyle Wilson but again the recalled 'keeper Morris saved well.   Referee Huw Jones blew for the time on a goalless first half.


No changes at the interval but Reds manager Legg opted to push Jordan Follows upfront alongisde Griffiths.  

Llanelli forced an early chance when Rhys Griffiths flicked on Morris' booming clearance but former TNS leftpeg Craig Williams fired well wide. Griffiths then headed over from Williams' cross before Jordan Follows shot across goal when well placed.  

Blues target man Les Davies collected the ball on half way, passed the ball out left to Chris Roberts whose deep cross was headed cleanly by Dave Morley but once more Morris saved comfortably.  

As time ran out Lee Surman headed goalwards but Michael Johnston blasted clear. Kyle Wilson went close for Bangor but not quite close enough as he fired off target.  

The outstanding Lee Idzi then pulled off a great double save at the feet of Jordan Follows, point blank and instinctive, to keep City on level terms. Michael Johnston blasted the loose ball clear.

Bangor made two substitutions with Alan Bull coming on for Kyle Wilson five minutes after Mark Smyth had replaced Sion Edwards on 70 minutes. In added time Craig Garside came on for Chris Jones.  

But as the game drifted injury time City won a corner off midfielder Chris Venables. Mark Smyth delivered from the right and after a near post deflection off Venables the ball fell to the feet of Jamie Brewerton who lifted home from beyond the far post to snatch a late winner and crown a fine individual performance.

The travelling Bangor contingent celebrated noisily as Llanelli had no time to respond and Mr Jones blew for time.   Three big points in the title race and a fine time for captain Brewerton to score his first goal of the season! And a third defeat in a row for Llanelli - without scoring a goal - which all but ends their league title hopes for the season.

14 February 2012


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