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Robins look to build on win

 
Created on 12/01/2018 @ 08:36
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Newtown take on Prestatyn in the Welsh Premier League on Saturday, hoping to build on their brilliant midweek win over Cardiff Met.

The Robins trailed 2-0 at half time to the travelling students but staged a stunning second half comeback to run out 3-2 winners to the delight of the home supporters.

The visitors scored twice inside two minutes when an in-swinging cross from Dylan Rees found the net and Jordan Lam then fired home from 10 yards.

The fightback started nine minutes after the break as Neil Mitchell converted from a Ryan Kershaw cross and, when Luke Boundford was tripped in the box, Jamie Reed equalised from the penalty spot.

The winner arrived on 79 minutes when Kieran Mills-Evans sent a glancing header past keeper Will Fuller from a Boundford cross.

Struggling Caersws will need to show improvement if they are to get anything out of their Huws Gray Alliance trip to Porthmadog while Llanfair face a FAW Trophy test when they travel to Conwy.

JD Welsh Premier

Newtown v Prestatyn

FAW Trophy

Conwy v Llanfair

Huws Gray Alliance

Guilsfield v Airbus

Porthmadog v Caersws

Spar Mid Wales League

Division 1

Llandrindod Wells v Llanrhaeadr

Llanidloes v Aberaeron

Machynlleth v Borth Utd

Radnor Valley v Welshpool

Division 2

Aberystwyth Uni v Newbridge-on- Wye

Dolgellau v Penybont

Montgomery v Builth Wells

Presteigne v Llansantffraid Village

Talgarth v Abermule

Tuesday

Spar Mid Wales League

Division 1

Berriew v Kerry

 

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