Football: Crows looking for revenge.
Afan Lido, who are still unbeaten in the League of Wales, also took Cwmbran to task on their own doorstep two weeks ago with a 2-0 win.
Tony Willcox's side could not beat them last season either and the Crows manager is determined to make sure the run does not continue.
He said: ``It's about time we put this run of games to rest, and what better way than in the Premier Cup.
``We have had a good start in the competition so far with a 42 win over Caersws, while after last weekend's 5-0 league win at Oswestry we are in a positive frame of mind.''
Sean Wharton and Richard Carter will have late fitness tests tonight after taking slight knocks against Oswestry.
Meanwhile in the League of Wales, defending champions Barry Town travel west to face Llanelli at Stebonheath Park.
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Jan 2, 2003|
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