Football: Griffiths sinks poor Aber; WELSH PREMIER Aberystwyth Town 0 Port Talbot Town 3.
A RHYS GRIFFITHS Rhys Griffiths (born March 1 1980) is a Welsh semi-professional footballer, currently playing for Llanelli while also working as a firefighter. He has represented the Welsh semi-professional national side. hat-trick inspired Port Talbot Port Talbot (tôl`bət), town (1981 pop. 40,078), Neath Port Talbot, S Wales, at the mouth of the Avon (Afan) River on Swansea Bay. Port Talbot is a popular seaside resort. Nearby are the steelworks at Margam and the oil refinery at Baglan. to a comprehensive victory as they maintained their unbeaten start to the season.
Poor Aber defending left Griffiths free to head home the first after 10 minutes and he then again rose above the defence to head in a free-kick at the far post.
It could have been worse for the home side just before half time but Chris Pridham's close range header was ruled out for offside off·side also off·sides
adv. & adj.
1. Sports Illegally ahead of the ball or puck in the attacking zone.
Aber worked hard in the second half but barely troubled the resilient visitors and the issue was settled 20 minutes from time, Griffiths firing home from inside the penalty area.
Big defender Aneurin Thomas came on as an emergency centre forward but was unable to gain even a consolation for an Aberystwyth side that find themselves in a tightly-packed group of clubs close to the drop zone, while Port Talbot's success saw them move up to fifth.
ABER: R Morgan, Burrows, Meredith, James, Driscoll, Hughes, Hicks, B Morgan, S roberts, Sherbon, Coates (Thomas 73).
Subs (not used): Evans, Goodrich.
PORT TALBOT: Williams, Cockings, M Jones, Hanford, Rees, Surman, Pridham (Hooper 83), Phillips, Griffiths (Pearson 83), John, James (De Vulgt 87