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Football: Rampant Rhyl so convincing; Rhyl 3 Port Talbot 0.

RHYL reclaimed fourth spot in the Welsh Premier with a convincing victory over struggling Port Talbot. The game was delayed 25 minutes due to the late arrival of the visitors and within 14 minutes of the kick-off they had veteran Vince Lewis sent off, from the bench, for alleged abusing language used to an official.

New signing from Colwyn Bay, Mark Limbert, instigated Rhyl's opener after half an hour, his cross being crisply headed home by Chris McGinn.

And, in injury-time in the first half, defender Adrian Moody made it 2-0, heading home a corner to emphasise the Lilywhites' superiority. Rhyl wrapped up only their second league victory in nine matches in the 78th minute, Andy Moran netting from the spot after Scott Millington was brought down.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 31, 2003
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