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Barry Town United
Carmarthen Town
K McLaggon (15', 35'), C Sainty (71')
Full time
Thu 21 Sep 19:45 - Dafabet Welsh Premier League - Premier Division Attendance 567

Barry 3 Carmarthen 1

McLaggon strikes twice in Jenner Park win

Barry Town United are up to eighth in the JD Welsh Premier League, following a 3-1 win over Carmarthen at Jenner Park

Birthday boy Kayne McLaggon struck twice in the Thursday night fixture, before Callum Sainty put the icing on the cake.

The visitors had come to the Vale of Glamorgan in high spirits, after their 4-0 victory at Bala Town on the weekend.

MD6: Carmarthen
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However, the Old Gold would prove to be no party poopers, as Barry recorded a second straight home win.

Emerging to the strains of Yma O Hyd, the hosts looked lively from the off, in attacking the Gladstone Road end.

Unusually, with 12 minutes played, it was McLaggon who was in the net; the forward's momentum carrying him over the line, after a dangerous ball from Drew Fahiya on the left.

As it was, Barry's breakthrough would be born on the right-hand side; Tyrrell Webbe flicking on Fahiya's pass for McLaggon to strike from six yards.

However, the home fans had barely finished singing 'Happy Birthday' to their goalscorer when Carmarthen pulled themselves level, a mere two minutes later.

With chaos reigning in the Barry penalty area, Jordan Knott fired through the crowd and his effort beat an unsighted Mike Lewis to equalise.

While winger Kostya Georgievsky would look a real threat for the visitors, it was the hosts though that caused the bulk of the problems.

Their efforts were then rewarded in the 35th minute, as McLaggon snared his second of the night and fourth of the season so far.

Starting the move himself with a forward surge, McLaggon released to Macauley Southam, who, on his home debut, did well to beat defender Daniel Sheehan.

Southam then crossed for an unmarked McLaggon to chest the ball home; the former Merthyr man showing strong positioning to restore Barry's advantage.

After the restart, both teams would have a crack at adding to their goal haul, with Georgievsky and teammates denied by the rock-solid Lewis, who shrugged off an injury at one stage to play on.

Fahiya, who had been one of the stars of the half, would require treatment too, making way for the promising Sam Jones on 69 minutes.

It was another substitute though who would have the final say, only two minutes later.

After coming so close in Llandudno on Saturday, Callum Sainty was all smiles after scoring Barry's third; the Town's #14 helping himself to his first JD Welsh Premier League goal.

On this occasion, McLaggon would turn provider; quickly spotting and setting up his teammate to score at the second attempt.

At 2-1, the Old Gold were always in with a shout, but Barry's third appeared a decisive blow; and so it would prove.

While Mark Aizlewood's team contributed to a good contest, the day would belong to Barry, to Sainty and McLaggon.

Key moments

Goal Kayne McLaggon scores for Barry Town United
Goal Kayne McLaggon scores for Barry Town United
Goal Callum Sainty scores for Barry Town United

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86:00 Sub On
Louis Gerrard is substituted on for Barry Town United
86:00 Sub Off
Kayne McLaggon is substituted off for Barry Town United
71:00 Goal 3 - 0
Callum Sainty scores for Barry Town United
69:00 Sub Off
Drew Fahiya is substituted off for Barry Town United
69:00 Sub On
Sam Jones is substituted on for Barry Town United
61:00 Sub Off
Macauley Southam is substituted off for Barry Town United
61:00 Sub On
Callum Sainty is substituted on for Barry Town United
End of period 1
35:00 Goal 2 - 0
Kayne McLaggon scores for Barry Town United
15:00 Goal 1 - 0
Kayne McLaggon scores for Barry Town United
Start of the game
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As it happened

  • Barry Town United
  • Carmarthen Town
  • 0
  • Kayne McLaggon Goal 15:00'
  • Kayne McLaggon Goal 35:00'
  • Macauley Southam Sub Off 61:00'
  • Callum Sainty Sub On 61:00'
  • Drew Fahiya Sub Off 69:00'
  • Sam Jones Sub On 69:00'
  • Callum Sainty Goal 71:00'
  • Kayne McLaggon Sub Off 86:00'
  • Louis Gerrard Sub On 86:00'

Team selection

Lewis, Mike Lewis, Mike
Morgan, Paul Morgan, Paul
Hugh, Chris Hugh, Chris
Fahiya, Drew Fahiya, Drew
Cooper, Luke Cooper, Luke
Watkins, Curtis Watkins, Curtis
Greening, Troy Greening, Troy
Saddler, James Saddler, James
Webbe, Tyrrell Webbe, Tyrrell
Southam, Macauley Southam, Macauley
McLaggon, Kayne McLaggon, Kayne

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League table

# Team Pl Pts
8. Cardiff Met 35 45
9. Carmarthen Town 35 39
10. Aberystwyth Town 36 39
11. Rhyl 32 30
12. Airbus UK Broughton 32 21
13. Barry Town United 12 14
14. Prestatyn Town 4 4

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