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Airbus UK Broughton

Caernarfon Town v
Airbus UK Broughton

Kick off:19:30 Wednesday, 18 Feb 2009
Fixture Type: Welsh Premier League
Attendance: 147

Referee: Andy Harms

Caernarfon look doomed after Home Defeat

Airbus UK Broughton claimed all three points at the Oval against Caernarfon Town, who now seem destined for the Cymru Alliance.

Goals in each half for Craig Harrison's side were enough for the win, which takes the Wingmakers up to 30 points for the Season, which is typically safe from a relegation battle in this League. On-loan Wrexham striker Mark Head scored the opener on 38 minutes with a header from a Matthew Cook cross.

However, it was the hosts who had gone close just before, when Ashley Ruane shot across the face of goal from a Mike Garrity assist, only for visiting 'keeper Phil Palethorpe to save for a corner.

Ruane, who joined from the Merseyside Police on Deadline Day, almost scored his maiden goal on 64 minutes but Palethorpe was again equal to his header from a Marc Dermott corner.

The Wingmakers' experienced striker James McIntosh then made the game safe sixteen minutes from time, after having an effort cleared off the line by Cofis left-back Paul Rudkin just before. Home Manager Dave Rowe then saw his other striker Kieran Molyneux head over from just three yards at the death.

The Canaries are still eleven points adrift at the foot of the Table with just twelve games to play.