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Attitude not good enough says Caton.

Byline: JOHN BRIDGWATER

disappointed with the attitude of the lads.

"We improved in the second half, we pressed and had our chances, but we left ourselves with an uphill battle after the way we played in the first half."

Newtown assistant boss Lee Williams said: "The lads were tremendous and we're becoming a tough side to beat." BALA slipped back towards basement danger after going down to their fellow strugglers.

With Haverfordwest also winning, 2-1 against Carmarthen, the basement places in the play-off Conference are becoming increasingly congested with the Lakesiders now just one point off the drop zone.

Having won their previous two outings, defeat was a setback for Bala who succumbed to first-half strikes from Robbie Millington and Sam Bailey.

Manager Colin Caton (pictured) said: "The first half was a woeful performance, I was Bala Town 0 Newtown 2
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 7, 2011
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