WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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AFTER a promising start to the campaign, Gap Connah's Quay crashed to an eighth consecutive defeat on Saturday.

After seven Welsh Premier losses on the trot, the Nomads tumbled out of the Welsh Cup at the hands of Huws Gray Alliance Caersws.

But manager Mark McGregor insists he is fully focused on helping the Nomads end their awful run of form.

There has been much speculation over the player-manager’s future but McGregor insists he is staying put.

"I had a great meeting with owner Gary Dewhurst last week and I am here for the future,” said McGregor.

“I have a job to do, it is simple as that, and I am confident I can get us out of this predicament.”

To add to McGregor's woes, leading scorer Gary O'Toole will be out of action until the New Year after being stretchered-off at the Recreation Ground.

Next-up for the Nomads is a league visit to Bala Town on Friday night, followed by the visit of Prestatyn to the Deeside Stadium a week later.

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23 September 2017

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