A Working Game – Sort Of – As TNS FC’s Unbeaten Start To The Season Continues In Style

The New Saints’ impressive start to the season continues, this time it’s a 4-0 victory on the road at Cefn Druids.

A brace in the first-half from Greg Draper, and one from Blaine Hudson just before the whistle went, ensured that the league leaders had a comfortable 3-0 lead at the break.

With just one more in the second period, crucially it fell to Greg, who added yet another hat-trick to his career tally.

It was a working game for me, although I would have to use ‘working’ lightly, as no provision was made for us to have access to electricity, seats or a table to work on.

Fortunately though, we made the most of it, and Sam had enough charge on his laptop to write a match report and tweet during the game.

We stood under a floodlight, which fortunately had a protruding flat section, that we used as a makeshift table.

I had just enough battery charge to do the post-match interviews but TNS Radio was a non-starter.

In effect, I watched the game as a spectator, which is a luxury as normally match days are busy. I prefer the latter though, metaphorically rolling up your sleeves and getting on with it.

That’s not complaining, by the way, just telling the narrative. If anything, it’s a positive to how we have to deal with life in general, when it doesn’t necessarily go our way.

You can view my list of games this season here. The lead image is courtesy of our official photographer, Brian Jones.

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