Nomads lift Play-Off final trophy to secure place in next season’s Europa League
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Wes Baynes (80)
gap Connah’s Quay secured their place in European Football for the first time in their history with a 1-0 win over Airbus UK Broughton to become the 24th Welsh Premier League club to represent the country in Europe.
The best chance of the match came very early in the second half when Wes Baynes whipped in a fantastic cross from the right wing, which flew to the back post with Nick Rushton unmarked. However, Rushton didn’t connect with the ball 100% and guided his effort wide of the far post.
Airbus UK Broughton went close when Ryan Wignall’s sent his effort into the Nomads side netting but the Wingmakers had very little chances in the Final.
With 10 minutes to play the host took the lead via Wes Baynes, a Les Davies cross saw a melee occurred in the box before it fell to Baynes who sent the ball in beating a number of Airbus players and James Coates in the visitors goal.
gap Connah’s Quay managed to withstand constant pressure from Airbus UK with the last five minutes and during added on time as the visitors threw in cross after cross and long throw after long throw.
gap Connah’s Quay will join Bala Town and MBi Llandudno in the UEFA Europa League Qualifying Rounds with the draw for the 1st and 2nd QR ties taking place on Monday 20th June 2016.
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.@the_nomads lift the @WPL_Official Play-Off final trophy and secure their place in next season’s @EuropaLeague! https://t.co/4FVrsRMSEu
— sgorio (@sgorio) May 14, 2016
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