Craig Harrison: New Saints boss proud to equal Welsh Premier wins record
New Saints boss Craig Harrison says he was proud of his side after they equalled Bangor City's record of 15 consecutive Welsh Premier League wins.
Bangor set the record in 2010-11 and TNS had to work to seal the win after Dale Vincent gave Carmarthen Town the lead early on but Harrison's side came from behind to win 4-2 on Friday.
"We set goals and that is to win as many games as we can," Harrison said.
"On a number of different fronts I'm a very proud manager."
After Vincent's opener at Richmond Park, the league leaders drew level when Lee Surman put the ball in his own net.
TNS led when Chris Seargeant scored Carmarthen's second own goal while Robbie Parry and Greg Draper sealed the win and Declan Carroll scored a late consolation.
"I'm very proud. We've got 15 league wins out 15 and 19 out of 19 in all competitions at this moment in time which is a huge record," Harrison told BBC Radio Wales.
"We want to win every game and every competition we're in and that's a standard we've set and over the last two years we've won everything we've been in."
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