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Robins agony and Caersws beaten

Created on 15/01/2011 @ 16:33
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Newtown looked to have pulled off the shock of the season in the top v bottom clash in the Welsh Premier League at Latham Park but lost out to a last minute goal.

High flying Bangor City were expected to sweep the Robins aside in their persuit of the championship but Andy Cale's reshaped team were up for this one and matched their opponents until the 89th minute when Craig Garside snatched the only game of the goal for the North Walians.

Town's plight was not helped by the harsh 81st minute sending off of central defender Michael Jackson (pictured) for a second booking.

Bottom of the table rivals Haverfordwest went down to The New Saints while Bala's match against Carmarthen was a victim of ther heavy rain.

Caersws suffered a 4-2 setback in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance at Llangefni. Lee Craven(23) and Marc Evans(28) gave Llangefni a first half lead which Darren Thomas extended to 3-0 a minute after the interval.

Richard Evans gave the villagers some hope on 51 minutes only for Marc Evans to strike again from the penalty spot. Richard Evans netted again on 78 minutes but it proved only to be a consolation goal.

Only three games survived the heavy rain in the Spar Mid Wales League with Berriew and Carno's 2-2 draw being the only match in the first division.

A last minute leveller denied Berriew the chance to open up a big gap at the top. 
Visitors Carno battled throughout and earned a point with a 91st minute equaliser for a 2-2 draw. Rhydian Morris and Marc Jones were on target for the league leaders with Dan Kenyon and Tom Richards replying.
In the second division Montgomery continued their relentless charge for promotion at the first attempt by beating Llanfair United 3-1.
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