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Football: Colin Reynolds; WELSH PREMIER.

CAERSWS defender Colin Reynolds (left) is set to win the totter for the honour of becoming the Welsh Premier's most experienced defender.

The 36-year-old, a stalwart at Newtown before making the switch to their Powys rivals three seasons ago, is clear favourite to reach an unprecedented 400 appearances.

And he is in dependable form for the European hopefuls.

He is only seven short of the mark after playing 15 times for the Bluebirds this season and nearest rival, Afan Lido's Andrew Rickard, has been advised to hang up his boots by doctors after being dogged by knee problems.

Rickard reached the 390 mark a few weeks ago but appears to have made his last appearance in Lido's defeat at Llanelli at the end of November.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 17, 2004
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