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Striker set for long-awaited debut

Created on 08/02/2011 @ 08:18
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 Striker Matty Davies is set to make his Caersws debut tonight (Tuesday) more than 10 weeks after putting pen to paper.

The dire weather and a suspension carried over from his previous club Penparcau saw him miss his first two opportunities to impress while on Saturday he was cup-tied for the Bluebirds Welsh Cup defeat at Port Talbot.
“The lad is just eager to play,” said manager Mike Evans, whose side take on Montgomeryshire rivals Guilsfield. “It’s been a frustrating situation for everyone and we just want to play games now.”
Tonight will be only the sixth home league game of the season for Caersws who will be eager to win to close the gap on the pace setters.
“We’re four games behind some of the sides now. At one point we were in the top two or three but through no fault of our own we are off the pace now. We’re looking forward to the game with Guilsfield. The pitch is during nicely and the weather forecast is promising so we hope to get a good crowd down to enjoy the game.”
Guilsfield go into the match without Tom Coulson who has work commitment with manager Russell Cadwallader also getting fed up with the cancellations.
“It’s been one thing after another but the lads have been first class throughout,” he said. “Caersws will be a good game. They are a decent team very well organised under Mickey (Evans) so it will be a tough night.”
Meanwhile Guilsfield’s young striker Adam Jenkins made his Wales U18 debut at the weekend in the 3-2 defeat against an England Independent Schools side.
The youngster played the second half and created his side’s second goal with a cheeky back heel at Oswestry’s Park Hall.


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