WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Haverfordwest v CarmarthenDAVE Morley's seventh penalty of the season saw Bangor hit back from a goal down to extend their lead at the top of the Welsh Premier.
Prestatyn shocked the hosts by taking the lead with a Steve Rogers goal from Neil Gibson's cross on 53 minutes, but City were level within a minute thanks to a 10-yard volley from Chris Jones.
Morley's spot kick on 77 minutes sealed the three points after he was fouled by Paul O'Neill but the Blues had defender Chris Roberts dismissed for a second bookable offence seven minutes from time.
A late goal from Danny Thomas handed new Haverfordwest County boss Gavin Chesterfield his first taste of top flight success in the local west Wales derby at the New Bridge Meadow.
Visitors Carmarthen took a 16th-minute lead thanks to Sacha Walters, but Jack Christopher soon levelled for the Bluebirds.
Thomas put the hosts in front just before half-time and, although Tim Hicks equalised seven minutes after the break, Thomas completed his brace a minute from time to lift County level on points at the bottom with Bala Town.
The game between The New Saints and Llanelli was a late postponement due to a fog-bound Park Hall.
Photo: Haverfordwest goal hero Danny Thomas is shadowed by Carmarthen's Lee Phillips [Kevin Bryce].
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23 September 2017

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