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FOUNDED  

1959

NICKNAME  

Saints

MANAGER  

Ken McKenna

STRIP 1  

Green and white hooped shirts, white shorts, white socks

STRIP 2  

All navy blue

HONOURS  

Promoted to League of Wales, 1993.
Champions 1999/2000.
Runners-up, 2001/2, 2002/3, 2003/4
Welsh Cup winners, 1996
League of Wales Cup Winners 1994/95
Welsh Intermediate Cup Winners 1992/93
Cymru Alliance League Winners 1992/93

BEST LoW WIN  

8-1 at Briton Ferry Athletic 03/05/97
7-0 v Conwy United 19/02/00
7-0 at Caersws 29/09/95
7-0 at Connah's Quay 13/11/04
7-0 at Caernarfon Town 15/01/05

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-10 at Barry Town 13/09/97

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

29 by Adrian Jones 1996/1997

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

5 by Frank Mottram v Briton Ferry Athletic 03/05/97

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

63 by John Toner (1999 - 2005)
46 by Adrian Jones (1995 1998)
44 by Tomi Morgan (1994 1997)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

212 (+1 Sub) by Andy Mulliner (1993 1999)
181 (+9 Sub) by Gary Evans (1994 2000)
154 (+6 Sub) by Gary Jones (1993 1998)
117(+31 Sub) by John Toner (2000 date)

GROUND  

Recreation Ground, Treflan, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AE

 

Capacity: 2000

 

Seats: 1000

   

Highest LoW attendance: 1042 v Rhyl 23/01/05

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.saints-alive.co.uk/index.php
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

From Welshpool (A483), turn left on reaching Four Crosses (A4393) to Llansantffraid. Over bridge, turn left.
From Oswestry (A483) turn right at Llynclys Crossroads onto A495. Follow signs for Llansantffraid.
From Shrewsbury take A458, and follow signs for Lake Vyrnwy.
Treflan is right in the middle of Llansantffraid. Turn opposite Wynnstay Stores and bear right to find the extensive car park.
Football has been played in the small village of Llansantffraid in mid-Wales for many years. Close to closure in 1989/90, a forward thinking committee set the club on an amazing climb through the Welsh soccer pyramid, from Montgomeryshire Amateur League, through the Cymru Alliance to the Welsh Premier.
A ground breaking sponsorship deal with Oswestry-based communications company, Total Network Solutions, brought the name change in 1997.
Full time playing staff and many honours have followed, including the League of Wales championship.
A planned merger with Oswestry Town has been ratified by the FAW, Town shareholders and UEFA.
The club plans to move to a purpose built stadium in Oswestry in three years' time.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Total Network Solutions