AS WELL as fighting for a place in the team to face Tottenham Hotspur, the Newport County AFC players have a chance to banish the memories of their worst performance of the season when they take on Morecambe on Tuesday. Before welcoming Premier League giants Spurs to Newport in the FA Cup on Saturday, County will lock horns with one of their bogey sides at Rodney Parade.
NEWPORT County AFC manager Michael Flynn hailed an “outstanding” effort from his side as they beat Crawley Town 2-1 to climb to fifth in League Two. First-half goals from Padraig Amond and Mickey Demetriou put County in charge but it was a different story once Jimmy Smith took advantage of a Joe Day error to pull a goal back for the visitors three minutes after the restart. But the Exiles held on to record a fourth successive win and maintain the 100 per cent start to 2018.
TWO quick-fire goals before half-time were enough to earn Newport County AFC a fourth successive 2-1 win and lift them to fifth in the League Two table. Padraig Amond headed in his ninth of the season before Mickey Demetriou doubled County’s advantage from the spot. Jimmy Smith pulled one back for in-form Crawley Town just after the break but the Exiles held on to continue their 100 per cent start to 2018.
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