Mark Aizlewood’s Carmarthen Town put out another bold statement on their goalscoring ability after seeing off Haverfordwest County with a 4-1 win on Friday night.
The result is their second 4-1 win in succession after beating Rhyl by the same scoreline last week, the Old Gold are now 4-2-5 (WDL) this season which has seen them climb into a mid-table spot.
A brace apiece for Mark Jones and Liam Thomas steered Carmarthen to the three points in front of a 527 crowd at Richmond Park, the club’s biggest crowd of the season so far.
Former Aberystwyth marksman Jones is in particularly good form right now with four goals in their last three games, to help fend off criticism of the team’s goalscoring record after firing blank in four successive WPL games.
Speaking post-match, Mark Aizlewood gave a refreshingly candid interview to the WPL official site discussing his side’s recent form, suggestions of there being pressure on his own role at the club and heaped praise on goalkeeper Lee Idzi.
Though I respect what he’s done in the game, I’m not always Aizlewood’s biggest fan and have criticised him on this blog more than once in the past, but his interview is well worth a listen.