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Caernarfon preview with Lee Fowler

By Nigel Sheen
Ahead of this weekend’s action, manager Lee Fowler gave us his thoughts on the upcoming game at Caernarfon tomorrow night, his reaction to last Saturday’s defeat at Haverfordwest and on Sunday’s legends game, in which he will be featuring for Wrexham against Flint. Here’s what he had to say :

“Saturdays game versus Haverfordwest saw us concede a late goal in the 93 minute to make the score line more flattering to them.
“We started off slightly leggy, a deep polar opposite to that of late, and going 2 goals down gave us a tough task to get back into the game. Jean-Louis who’s in great form pulled one back just before the break. Haverfordwest deserved the win by their performance in the opening 30 minutes, but Harry Owen and Zach Clark both had two good chances which you would expect them to score 9/10 times, and had they done so, it could have changed the outcome of the match.
“I’m not one for being down after a loss, or high after a win, I just try and focus on what we do for the next game.
“We went to watch Caernarfon v Airbus on Friday night, and we know what they will be about with two wins out two, and playing in front of the Cofi army. It should make for an interesting match. Huw and his staff have used the break during the split to good effect and, like us, will see this as a game to take points from, as we both have one eye on 7th spot and one eye on safety.
“In the away game in phase one Josh Tibbetts produced a number of outstanding saves that kept them in the game, and they went onto win 2-0. In our home game, we came out on top with a 2-1 win.
“We have been in good form lately and performances levels have been very high, with wins against Pontypridd and Aberystwyth, and we have scored 10 goals in our last 3 games.
“Finally, I would ask you all to please come and support the game on Sunday, when Wrexham Legends play Flint legends. It’s a 2 pm kick off at the Essity, so why not come and support your local club with a chance to see some of the old guard who wore the shirt for Flint.”