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Along with skipper Michael Hiscocks, the other experienced heads such as Leaman, Neil Dallimore and player coach Matt Banner have been guiding the team's younger members on the field this season, while Manders also praised half-back pair Lewis Andrews and Cochlin.
This mutation caused an amino acid substitution in the LCCL domain of cochlin protein.
At the other end, the impressive Jones was denied by a smart save from Aber keeper Steve Cann, before the visitors had Cochlin sent off for striking Sherbon four minutes before half-time.
The series of exclusive articles was recognised by the judges, who gave writers Graeme Whitfield and Daniel Cochlin a special mention in the Exclusive of the Year award, won by Caroline Smith of our sister paper the Sunday Sun.
Judge Cochlin said there was clearly a long-standing and affectionate relationship between them and neither appeared to have had other affairs.
Port Talbot took the lead after 64 minutes, Cochlin powering a header past Bulmer from close range.
Braintree netted in the 54th minute with a hotly-disputed penalty converted by Brad Quinton for which Cochlin was shown a red card.
Held in Wrexham, the Welsh Junior Championships was dominated by CLTC members with titles bagged including: Men's Singles (Tiarnan Brady), Ladies singles (Joely Lomas), 12&U Singles (Hugo Cochlin), 16&U Doubles (Aeron Evans & Finn Bult), 18&U Doubles (Tiarnan Brady) and 16&U Girls Doubles (Ellis Cochlin) In addition, in the family events, the Parent and Child honours went to Rhian & Dafydd James and the Siblings trophy to Tiarnan & Corey Brady.
Defender Paul Cochlin, signed from Newport County in the summer, saw red in the 41st minute following an altercation with Aberystwyth's Luke Sherbon, who rubbed salt in the wound when he put the Seasiders in front in the 61st minute.
Paul Cochlin was sent off for violent conduct late in the first half and the Seasiders looked wellplaced when Luke Sherbon gave them the lead on the hour.
A LAST-GASP penalty from ex-Rhiwbina player Sean Cochlin saw Glamorgan Wanderers claim a dramatic 18-16 win over the Squirrels in One East at Caedeyln Park.
Paul Cochlin gave Neath a 24th-minute lead from close range and O'Leary added the second, also from short distance, two minutes after the re-start.