WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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BALA Town are aiming to achieve something that no other club has managed to do so far this season by taking at least a point from TNS at Park Hall on Friday night.

The Lakesiders go into the game full of confidence after a 6-0 Welsh Cup win over Rhoose and a club-record 7-0 Welsh Premier victory against Gap Connah's Quay last Friday.

"We have got lads who have played league football and they'll be looking to do something on Friday," says Bala manager Colin Caton.

"We have played okay throughout the season, but in the last five or six weeks we have been outstanding.

"I think after the Europa League was a bit of a hangover for us.

"We look sharp, we look bright and we look clinical.

"We have played Connah's Quay, which was a massive high-pressure game on Friday.

"If they had beaten us, they would have gone six points clear of us, but the lads did brilliantly."

Last weekend's win moved Bala up to ninth in the table and they are now six points behind seventh-placed Aberystwyth, but Caton admits that finishing in the top six is a tough ask.

"It's a long shot to get into the top-six and we'll just take each game as it comes," he added.

"But I'm sure we're going to be on a good run between now and the end of the season."

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21 July 2017

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