Sunday, October 02, 2011
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Saints made to battle for seventh straight win THE New Saints made it seven wins from seven to return to the Welsh Premier summit, but they were made to battle all the way before overcoming Aberystwyth 3-2 at Park Hall.
Saints bid to make it seven on the bounce THE New Saints bid to make it seven wins on the bounce when they host Aberystwyth Town at Park Hall on Saturday afternoon (2.30pm).
Greg opens rebranded Oswestry Wilkinsons store THE New Saints' striker Greg Draper performed the official opening ceremony for the re-branded Wilkinson store in Oswestry today.
Wales boss praises Saints' academy SPECTATORS at The New Saints' Park Hall ground would have recognised a familiar face in the stand as Wales international football manager, Gary Speed, dropped in last Thursday night.

Welsh Premier

The New Saints 22
Neath FC 21
Llanelli AFC 19
Bangor City 16
Bala Town 16
Prestatyn Town 14
Port Talbot Town 11
Afan Lido 8
Aberystwyth Town 6
Carmarthen Town 6
Newtown AFC 6
Airbus UK Broughton 5

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Saints' netbusters

Matty Williams 5
Greg Draper 4
Alex Darlington 3
Christian Seargeant 2
Craig Jones 2

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Saturday 08 October 2021
The New Saints v Carmarthen Town
HOME: Park Hall / Kick-off: 14:30

Latest result

Saturday 01 Oct 2021
The New Saints 3
Aberystwyth Town 2

Welsh Premier News

  • Prestatyn undone by second-half corners
    LLANELLI notched their fifth straight win to beat Prestatyn Town 2-0 in the live TV game at Bastion Road and go third in the table.
  • Saints are in seventh heaven
    A SEVENTH win on the bounce took TNS back to the top of the Welsh Premier table, but they were made to battle all the way by Aberystwyth.
  • Saints bid to return to the top
    THE New Saints bid to regain top spot in the Welsh Premier when they host struggling Aberystwyth Town on Saturday.
  • Derby win sends Neath to top spot
    NEATH claimed top spot in the Welsh Premier overnight after a 2-1 derby win at fierce rivals Port Talbot.
  • Steelmen hoping for bumper derby gate
    PORT Talbot are hoping to attract a bumper crowd to the GenQuip Stadium for Friday night's Welsh Premier derby clash with Neath.

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