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Druids seeking revenge.

CEFN Druids will be out to maintain their impetus when they head to Caersws today in search of avenging a home defeat earlier in the campaign.

The Ancients are in fine fettle after progressing to the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup with last week's fine 1-0 win at Welsh Premier side Aberystwyth Town.

"These are exciting times for everyone involved with club, the lads were magnificent last week and fully deserved their win," said manager Huw Griffiths.

"But we've got another tough game today against Caersws who have got two of the best forwards in the league and are capable of beating anyone on their day, particularly at home."

Striker Mike Burke, a new signing from Buckley, could make his debut, while Gary McConnell, a recent acquisition from Hawarden Rangers, is also in the frame.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 3, 2012
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