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Wales round-up: Barry close gap

Published: Monday 30 December 2002, 17.28CET
Barry Town AFC moved to within three points of the leaders after a 3-2 victory over Cwmbran Town FC.

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Published: Monday 30 December 2002, 17.28CET

Wales round-up: Barry close gap

Barry Town AFC moved to within three points of the leaders after a 3-2 victory over Cwmbran Town FC.
Defending champions Barry Town AFC moved to within three points of league leaders TNS Llansantffraid FC after a 3-2 victory over Cwmbran Town FC at Jenner Park.

Moralee magic
However, the Seasiders needed a last-minute goal from striker Jamie Moralee to claim the points after Cwmbran's Gareth Wharton had brought the visitors level on the hour-mark.

Own goals
Barry had gone ahead through Jamie Jenkins' strike shortly before half-time but Cwmbran levelled immediately through a Jon French own goal. Wharton then scored at both ends before Moralee's late clincher. The win edged Barry a step closer to their ninth Welsh Premiership title in ten seasons.

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