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No joy for Newtown or Caersws

Created on 21/10/2017 @ 19:30
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Newtown failed to come up to their manager's billing, losing 2-0 in the Welsh Premier League.

Adam Roscrow claimed a brace as second-placed Cardiff Met moved within a point of Welsh Premier leaders The New Saints with a 2-0 home win over Newtown.

The first goal came from the penalty spot in the 37th-minute when referee Richard Harrington ruled that Luke Boundford had handled and Roscrow headed his second just past the hour mark from a pinpoint Eliot Evans cross to take his season's goal tally to six.

Hughes had predicted his Robins side would bounce back with a return to form but he was left disappointed.

But not as disappointed as Caersws manager Graham Wvans who saw his side go down 3-1 at home to Gresford in the Huws Gray Alliance.

Llanidloes and Berriew made FAW Trophy progress.


Welsh FA Trophy

Llanfair 2 Bow Street 1

Llanidloes 4 Llansantffraid 1

Knighton 3 Llanrhaeadr 1

Radnor Valley 0 Berriew 2

JD Welsh Premier

Cardiff Met 2 Newtown 0

Huws Gray Alliance

Caersws 1 Gresford 3

Guilsfield P Holyhead

Spar Mid Wales League

Division 1

Aberaeron P Kerry

Churchstoke 6 Machynlleth 3

Tywyn 2 Llandrindod Wells 1

Welshpool P Borth Utd

Division 2

Aberystwyth Uni 1 Abermule 2

Builth Wells 4 Penybont 1

Montgomery 2 Hay St Mary’s 2

Talgarth 1 Newbridge-on-Wye 3

 Presteigne 2 Brecon Northcote 2

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