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Last Updated: Tuesday, 25 January, 2005, 22:18 GMT
Bangor City 1-0 Cardiff City
Cardiff City striker Stuart Fleetwood
Stuart Fleetwood had Cardiff's best chance to equalise at Farrar Road
A fourth minute own goal by Byron Anthony proved enough to send Bangor City through to the semi-finals of the FAW Premier Cup for the first time.

The Cardiff captain, one of only four with first-team experience, headed in a in-swinging corner from Kevin Scott.

Tony Gray and Paul Roberts then went close for the home side before Stuart Fleetwood had Cardiff's best chance.

Bangor's Eifion Jones had a goal ruled out for pushing, but the Welsh Premier side held on for a famous victory.

Bangor City: P Priestley, C Blackmore, K Scott, E Jones, P Hoy, P Baker, M Connelly, O Jones, P Roberts, T Gray, L Davies (F Mottram 88).
Subs: C Short, R Owen, B Ogilvey, C Garside.

Cardiff City: A Lee-Barrett, B Anthony, K Huggins, N Fish (M Parkins 86), D Parslow, J Rewbury, A Taylor, T Koskela, S Fleetwood, D Thomas (J Easter 60), J Kift (C McDonald 68).
Subs: S Allison, R Morgan.

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