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Port v Amlwch - 08/02/03

Warm welcome to Y Traeth for this afternoon's Cymru Alliance encounter against Amlwch Town. They were our first opponents of the season back in October and we were grateful to leave with a 1-0 win especially in the light of missing the likes of Carl Owen, Steve Pugh and Dave Farr on the day. It was a tough game and we can expect the same today. Amlwch have done well in their first season at this level. I am sure that with the games they have in hand they will pull up to a comfortable position in the table. I just hope that the number of games they will have to play late in the season will not hinder them too much.

We are still awaiting the next move in the Richard Harvey situation. It is now up to the FAW to decide on the next move. Rumors suggest that it may be two or three more weeks before any hearing will be held.

Last Saturday's game at Holyhead showed another side to the team. Conditions on the day did not allow us to play our usual game; indeed it was probably the only pitch all season where we have not been able to play on. However the players battled hard and indeed created enough chances to have won in the first half. In a dour second period it became a battle but it showed strength of character to secure another point and post our 18th match unbeaten in the League. Let's hope that we can start another winning run today. If my maths are right we need 10 more wins to be sure of the title, no other club can reach 80 points but between now and the end of the season we have plenty of difficult games so we certainly can't start counting our chickens.

As you can see around the ground work is going on to fulfill the ground criteria regulations for the Welsh Premier. An engineer for a seating company visited last Tuesday and blocks have already arrived for a new changing room. I am sure that over the next month or six weeks major changes will be seen at the ground.

Next Saturday's Challenge Cup match at Llangefni promises to be a interesting encounter especially with the carrot of an away tie with Colwyn Bay in the next round for the winners.


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