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Pepe Mele scored three | goals and there was a strike each from John Routley and Dave Murray to deservedly give Wales the trophy.
Although Nathan Jarman's overhead kick made for a tense finish, the Seagulls deservedly held out to secure a notable triumph and extend their unbeaten league run to four games.
But from the resultant corner, the home side deservedly moved into the driving seat.
Gavin Ross deservedly had United 1-0 up at the break, but strikes from Micheal Fort and Steven Parnaby gave the Legion the points.
The States deservedly equalised in the 82nd minute when Michael Bradley latched on to a long ball to fire home.
Brett Ormerod deservedly levelled in first-half stoppage time when he hit home from close range and Jason Euell secured the three points for the home side, smashing in a loose ball midway through the second period.
The Saddlers were in control from the off and deservedly took the lead when Sofiane Zaaboub teed up Troy Deeney and he fired in left-footed.
SPANISH ref Alfonso Perez Burrull was deservedly dropped last week after having a howler in Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Mallorca.
The 21-year-old world number three was in masterful form as he completely dominated the experienced Russian world number five and after a brief second set fightback only delayed the result, Djokovic deservedly won the season-ending showpiece 6-1 7-5.
The pilot was shown on BBC4, but it deservedly gets a bigger audience now thanks to sharp writing and a great cast.
Walsall deservedly took the lead when Edrissa Sonko converted Lee Holmes' cross with a bullet of a header from six yards.
AFTER the way our emergency services dealt with the storms that battered Scotland last week, they deservedly received a pat on the back.