Kick off:14:00 Saturday, 21st Aug 2010
Fixture Type: Welsh Premier League
Referee: Wayne Stephens
Airbus UK Broughton claimed all three points and their first of the season with a comfortable win on the road, to inflict a second home defeat on Tomi Morgan at Carmarthen.
Both sides made one change to their starting lineups with former Llanelli skipper Lee Phillips making his debut at right back with Kristian James dropping out for Town and Giovanni Feliciello playing at left-back instead of Rhys Roberts for the visitors.
The Wingmakers made a flying start at Richmond Park as Ryan Edwards converted a seventh minute penalty after Lee Bevan was adjudged to have fouled Carl Owen. The lead was doubled in the 28th mintue as midfielder Danny Desormeaux scored his second of the season, shooting into an open net with 'keeper Mike Lewis stranded. It got even better for Craig Harrison's side with a third goal from Andy Moran, his first for the club.
Just before the break, Tim Hicks pulled one back for the hosts to give the Old Gold hope going into the second-half. The three points were sealed for the visitors when Moran scored his second with five minutes remaining. Giovanni Feliciello was sent-off in injury time for the visitors for a second yellow card.