WP LEAGUE TABLE
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LAST GAME
Total Network Solutions 21
Aberystwyth Town 20
Bangor City 17
Rhyl F C 15
Haverfordwest County 13
Caersws F C 12
Caernarfon Town 12
Porthmadog F C 9
Newtown AFC 9
Cwmbran Town 9
NEWI Cefn Druids 9
Connah's Quay Nomads 8
Afan Lido 8
Welshpool Town 8
Port Talbot Town 5
Carmarthen Town 5
Barry Town 1
TNS WP NETBUSTERS
Jamie Wood 5
Michael Wilde 3
John Toner 2
Martyn Naylor 2
Nicky Ward 2
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SPACE ON THE BUS! Supporters Coach to Barry Town
A few places are left on the TNS Supporters Coach travelling to Barry Town for Saturday's Welsh Premier game - k/o 2.30pm. The cost is £10.
The coach will leave Oswestry Social Club, Gobowen Road at 9am and Treflan, Llansantffraid at 9.30am.
Any supporters interested in cheering on the Saints in South Wales should contact Chris on 07759 665148.

Tempers boil over at Rhyl v Connahs Quay on Friday night [Keith Williams, Sportpixs]

ALTHOUGH first and second placed TNS and Aberystwyth were both rested from Welsh Premier action this weekend, the nearest contenders both missed an opportunity to pressure the leaders significantly.
In a Sunday afternoon thriller at Farrar Road, third-placed Bangor City moved just a point closer, after recovering from a two-goal half-time deficit to draw 3-3 with an improving Haverfordwest outfit.
It took two goals in the last two minutes - a Paul Gedman penalty and one from Owain Tudor Jones - to salvage a point for the home side.
Rhys Griffiths and Tim Hicks had put County ahead, and although Tudor Jones pulled one back for the hosts on 76 minutes, Griffiths seemed to have given 'West the points with just two minutes remaining.
As Deryn Brace's side take a point back to south west Wales they move up to fifth place in the table.
Bangor could have been joined in third by coastal rivals Rhyl, who hosted Connah's Quay Nomads at Belle Vue on Friday night.
But the Lilywhites remain two points adrift of the top three, after being held 1-1. It took a late goal from former TNS favourite Timmy Edwards to salvage a point for the Belle Vue men, after Gareth Owen had given Nomads an early lead.

Carmarthen hammered
Things go from bad to worse for Carmarthen since they sacked manager Tommy Morgan.
Dumped from the Cup by feeder opposition last weekend, they went down 7-1 at home to Caersws.
Graham Jones, Mark Howells and Graham Evans all grabbed a brace each, as the Bluebirds equalled their highest-ever League score and went sixth in the League.
At Latham Park, Newtown disappointed as they lost 2-3 to NEWI Cefn Druids. Danny Barton's 16th minute effort was soon cancelled out by a Brett Jefferies pair within seven minutes.
Although Peter Smith levelled after the break, Joe Desormeaux got the winner for the visitors with nine minutes left.
Sunday's other action saw Caernarfon move into the top half of the table with a James McIlvogue goal eight minutes from time at Afan Lido.
Cwmbran won the basement south Wales battle with Port Talbot, 3-0, to put some welcome breathing space between Brian Coyne's men and the strugglers.
Chris Summers and Kaid Mohamed both got goals in the last two minutes to add to Jason Welsh's 70th minute effort.
Saints' next Welsh Premier action involves a trip to Jenner Park on Saturday 18 October.

12 October 2021
OTHER SAINTS' NEWS
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26 June 2021
NO NEW SIGNINGS ON ACCOUNT OF CITY, SAYS HARRIS
22 June 2021
McKENNA READY FOR THE CHALLENGE
21 June 2021
UEFA CUP - SAINTS LAND DREAM MAN CITY TIE
20 June 2021
SAINTS ANNOUNCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME
18 June 2021
MERGER PLAN CLEARS FIRST HURDLE
18 June 2021
NO ROLE FOR NORMAN IN MERGED CLUB
16 June 2021
OSWESTRY WOULD PROBABLY FOLD IF MERGER PLAN FAILS
15 June 2021
McKENNA RULES OUT LLOYD-WILLIAMS MOVE
13 June 2021
HARRIS TO FACE FANS OVER MERGER PLAN
12 June 2021
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SPONSORSHIP DEAL FOR ROBINS
14 October 2021
BANGOR ARRANGE GOALKEEPING COVER
14 October 2021
COYNE ON CARPET FOR REFS BLAST
12 October 2021
ROW BREWING OVER BARRY POSTPONEMENT
11 October 2021
CWMBRAN INTEREST IN SACKED PERRY
11 October 2021
CHANGES AT RICHMOND PARK
10 October 2021
SHERBOURNE BACK AT PARK AVENUE
8 October 2021
TALBOT SIGN CANADIAN KEEPER
8 October 2021
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2 October 2021
NICHOLAS WANTS TALBOT'S HUGHES
30 September 2021
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FAW PREMIER CUP
Total Network Solutions 3
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NEXT FIXTURES
Saturday 18 Oct 2021
WELSH PREMIER
Barry Town
Jenner Park
Kick-off: 14:30
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Tuesday 21 Oct 2021
FAW PREMIER CUP
Aberystwyth Town
Treflan
Kick-off: 19:30
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NEWS BRIEFS
YOUTH AT PARK HALL
Park Hall will host the annual Sheldon Leonard Memorial Trophy. More
TNS YOUTH BEATEN
TNS Youth slumped to a 2-0 defeat at Llanymynych. More
LADIES WIN 5-2
TNS Ladies beat Telford United away, 5-2. Update
BARRY POSTPONEMENT ROW
A row is brewing over the postponement of Barry's scheduled League game with Welshpool on Tuesday 14 October, which has been called off for the second time. More
KIT IN STORE

TNS replica kit is now available from Sainsbury's in Oswestry. More
YOUTHS DRAW ABER
TNS Youth will meet Aberystwyth away on Sunday 1 November (2.00pm) in the second round of the Wales Youth Cup.
TNS YOUTH IN CUP WIN
TNS Youth beat New College 2-0 in a cup game. More
KEN'S AWARD
Saints' boss Ken McKenna is the WP manager of the month. More
SUSPENSION WOE
Scott Ruscoe (left) misses the Barry game following a one match ban for his sending off against Haverfordwest. Jamie Wood has a two-game ban and misses Barry and Caernarfon. Ged Doherty has a one-match reserves ban.
SHERBOURNE RETURNS
Luke Sherbourne has returned to Aberystwyth. More
RAYNER SIGNS
Port Talbot sign ex-Barry and Canadian U-23 keeper Simon Rayner. More