Price the hero as Radnor progress

Published date: 09 March 2017 |
Published by: Gavin Grosvenor
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Matt Venables of Radnor 

Central Wales Cup

fourth round

JOEY Price’s hat-trick inspired Radnor Valley to a 4-2 win at home to Tywyn Bryncrug to seal their place in the quarter-finals of the Central Wales Cup.

The home side welcomed club captain Ieuan Price back to the fold following a three month injury lay-off and hit the ground running.

Oliver Jones shook the bar inside the opening 10 minutes before Price broke the deadlock with a quickfire brace.

The visitors hit back with Nick Williams leading their riposte with a brace to level the tie before Valley restored their advantage with Price completing his hat-trick from the penalty spit after Callum Matthews was fouled.

Price was denied a fourth by the woodwork before teenager George Davies settled Valley’s cup triumph late on.

Manager Paul Morgan said: “We now have a tough quarter-final at Aberaeron but we believe it is winnable and make the trip with confidence.”

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