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Manager ready to help out Druids.

Byline: JOHN BRIDGWATER

PLAYER boss Steve O'Shaughnessy steps back to boost Flexsys Cefn Druids for tonight's League of Wales clash with Caernarfon Town at Plas Kynaston.

The experienced campaigner missed last weekend's 1-1 draw at Aberystwyth Town with an ankle problem but is fit again to take his place in the heart of defence.

And O'Shaughnessy will be hoping his side can start turning improved form into much-needed victories as they look to climb away from basement danger.

"We're doing OK as we've only lost once in our last seven games but we need to start winning, " he said.

Cefn snatched a draw at Aber with a last-gasp equaliser last week, turning the tables having themselves been denied by late goals in recent outings.

"In the first half we started slowly but in the second half I felt we battered them and definitely deserved to get something out of the game, " added O'Shaughnessy.

Defender Timmy Edwards, meanwhile, has returned to TNS Llansantffraid following his month's loan spell with UniBond League Premier Division side Colwyn Bay.

The experienced centre-half could appear in TNS colours in tomorrow's League of Wales trip to Haverfordwest with Chris Taylor starting a three-match ban.

LEAGUE of Wales strugglers Rhayader Town have terminated the contracts of experienced defender Gareth Abraham and striker Cohen Griffith by mutual consent.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 11, 2002
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