May 10, 2013 Leave a comment
The club have cut admission to £5 for adults and free for under-16s as they prepare to host Carmarthen Town – a victory would see Port Talbot take a step closer to qualify for European football.
Speaking to the club website, Young shared the mood of the camp ahead of Saturday’s decisive game: “Training has gone very well this week, it’s been high intensity but there’s been lots of banter amongst the lads and everyone’s enjoying it and looking forward to the start of the play-offs.”
“It’s going to be a tough battle for us, we know we’re in for tough game which could easily swing either way but we’ll go into it with just as much confidence as they will do,” he added.
Port Talbot have a near clean-bill of health going into the game with the exception being Chad Bond.
The forward sustained a suspected broken foot in the Blues’ recent win over Airbus UK Broughton.
“Bond is the only injury casualty who is going to miss out and I have my fingers cross that the rest of the squad will be fully-fit,” revealed Young. “Chad’s done very well over the last few weeks for us and losing any player who’s been involved during that time would be missed.”