Football: WELSH CUP Buzzing Bangor eye Sunday best to extend unbeaten run.
Peter Davenport's team are buoyant after holding Welsh Premier leaders TNS to a 1-1 draw last weekend, and they go into the tie unbeaten in six league and cup games.
``We are playing well. We gave a good account of ourselves at TNS and it is essential that we continue to build our run, '' said the City manager.
``There will be a lot at stake and we must hope to keep injury free. ''
Meanwhile, Bangor have signed 19-year-old Craig Garside, who has switched from Colwyn Bay and had three seasons at Everton as a trainee.
But the Chester-born defender-midfielder is ineligible for today's cup clash.
Welshpool Town journey into the unknown for their tie atAFC Llwydcoed, who play in the Welsh League First Division.
``I had them watched last weekend and I've been told they are a more than useful team, '' said boss Tomi Morgan. ``It's going to be a tricky tie as they are a good footballing side who are doing well in their league this season. ''
The Mid Glamorgan hosts, based near Merthyr, put up a brave display last season before losing 2-0 to eventual cup winners Rhyl.
Pool are boosted by the return of striker Steve Rogers and midfielder Ricky Evans. New signing Aden Shannon also comes into the squad.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Nov 6, 2004|
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