Saints win six pointer
12:01pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in Sport
St Clears 5
A TREMENDOUS second-half display by St Clears secured their second win of the season on the road at ten-man Hundleton.
This game was termed a six-pointer and it was the Saints who ran out convincing winners as Hundleton sit uncomfortably second from bottom with just one win to their name from nine starts.
The visitors broke the deadlock in the 25th minute as Owain Davies found the bottom corner from 12-yards out. Nathan Evans added a second ten minutes after the interval, the midfielder profiting from a Steve Thomas flick-on. Josh Jones added a third before Thomas Powell pulled one back for the hosts.
But matters got worse for the hosts as Sean Donahoe was red carded and the Saints bagged further goals through an own goal, and Jones rounded the keeper for the fifth, and his second goal of the game.
Hundleton: Dan Griffiths, Rhodri Davies, Jack Richards, Sean Donahoe, Lee Callan, Jason Donahoe. Lee Murray, Jamie Stanley, Marc Edwards, Thomas Powell, Gideon Hockin. Subs: Sam Stait, Dan Preece.
St Clears: James Dixon, Nick Squire, Scott Page, Danny Peters, Kristian Isacc, Nathan Evans, Gareth Griffiths, Josh Jones, Thomas Hughes, Sean Seymour-Davies, Steve Thomas. Subs: Eddie Wiggins, Owain Evans, Ian Derbyshire.
Referee: James Olyott.
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