Wednesday, August 24, 2011
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Belle tolls for Saints at Port Talbot A 94TH-minute goal from Dylan Blain sank The New Saints after they had led 1-0 at Port Talbot's GenQuip Stadium.
Saínts leave their best until last THE New Saints saved their best until last in the Uefa Futsal Cup preliminary group B in Geneva on Friday night.
Saints' Futsal out of step with samba rhythm THE New Saints crashed to a heavy defeat in their second Uefa Futsal Cup tie, losing 15-1 to a club called Geneva Futsal.
Saints to face Airbus or Bala in league cup HOLDERS of the Welsh Premier League Cup for the past three years, The New Saints will play either Airbus UK Broughton or Bala Town in this season's competition.

Welsh Premier

Neath FC 6
Bala Town 4
Port Talbot Town 4
Prestatyn Town 4
Llanelli AFC 3
Aberystwyth Town 3
Bangor City 3
Newtown AFC 3
Airbus UK Broughton 2
The New Saints 1
Carmarthen Town 0
Afan Lido 0

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Matty Williams 2
Aeron Edwards 0
Alex Darlington 0
Alex Ramsay 0

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Friday 26 August 2021
The New Saints v Prestatyn Town
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Friday 19 Aug 2021
Port Talbot Town 2
The New Saints 1

Welsh Premier News

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  • Caton cleared of breaching touchline ban
    THE FAW says that Bala Town boss Colin Caton did not breach the terms of a touchline ban following a complaint at the weekend.
  • Trundle sparks Neath to 100 percent start
    NEATH are the only Welsh Premier club to make a 100 percent start to the new campaign after Sunday's 2-0 home win over Bangor City.
  • Old Gold left fuming by penalty award
    CARMARTHEN were left fuming by a disputed penalty as they crashed to a 2-0 defeat at Bala's Maes Tegid.
  • McNally takes positives from Aber defeat
    NEWTOWN manager Bernard McNally was disappointed to lose to 10-man Aberystwyth, but claimed the scoreline in no way reflected the performance.

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