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THE New Saints remain 11-points clear at the top of the Welsh Premier table after outclassing Airbus UK Broughton in a 4-0 win at Park Hall.

Starved of possession, the Wingmakers were unable to make any impression in the first half and were fortunate not to go behind as early as the third minute, when Adrian Cieslewicz lobbed advancing keeper James Coates only to see his shot rebound off a post.

Airbus fell behind on 16 minutes when Cieslewicz broke free and raced into the box before dinking his shot past Coates, who then saved brilliantly from a Marriott 18-yarder.

The Airbus keeper made another excellent save from Aeron Edwards and smothered a Mullan effort after a good move involving Chris Seargeant and Aeron Edwards.

Airbus came more into the game after the break, although it took a superb save from Coates to keep out an Aeron Edwards drive.

Barrow's long throw was met on the volley by Wignall but his effort went wide and Quigley was unable to finish a raking move from Simon Spender's pass.

The roof fell in on Airbus in a five minute spell, started by Cieslewicz who again steered his shot wide of Coates after being player-in by Aeron Edwards, who then scored himself.

And, a minute later, a poor back pass from sub Tom Field gifted a fourth to Quigley to end a forgettable night in Oswestry for Andy Preece's men.