Monday, October 19, 2009
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Ladies too good for the Potters TNS Ladies gained their first home win of the season with a well-deserved 2-0 victory against Stoke City on Sunday.
Bala keeper holds Saints at bay THE New Saints failed to take advantage of Rhyl's defeat at Neath as they dropped two home points to newly-promoted Bala Town in a goal-less draw.
Steve presented with his Welsh cap STEVE Evans was presented with his Welsh cap ahead of The New Saints' Welsh Premier fixture with Bala Town on Saturday.
Saints show racism the red card THE New Saints will join all 18 Welsh Premier clubs this weekend in calling for a racism-free environment in football and society throughout Wales.

Welsh Premier

Rhyl FC 22
Llanelli AFC 20
Neath FC 20
Prestatyn Town 20
The New Saints 17
Aberystwyth Town 14
Bala Town 14
Airbus UK Broughton 13
Port Talbot Town 12
Haverfordwest County 12
Carmarthen Town 11
Bangor City 10
Newtown AFC 9
Gap Connah's Quay 9
Technogroup Welshpool 5
Caersws FC 5
Elements Cefn Druids 4
Porthmadog FC 3
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The Venue

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Saints' netbusters

Jamie Wood 3
Steve Abbott 3
Craig Jones 2
Scott Ruscoe 2
Aeron Edwards 1
Christian Seargeant 1
Conall Murtagh 1
Matthew Berkeley 1
Ryan Marriott 1

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Matchday at The Venue

Supporters attending home games in season 2009/10 will receive a voucher at the turnstiles which will entitle them to a reduced admission price of just £5 at the next home game. The voucher scheme will continue at every game, so fans will be able to enter Park Hall for just £5 for every consecutive game that they attend.
Vouchers will be available at all Welsh Premier League and League Cup fixtures, allowing admission to the next fixture the following week for just five pounds.

Unless otherwise notified on this website and in the local media, admission to Welsh Premier and domestic cup games at Park Hall is pay at the gate. Admission prices for 2009/10 are unchanged at Adults £7.50, concessions £3, kids for a quid. Vouchers will be issued at every game to spectators paying the full adult admission price which entitles the holder to admission for £5 at the next consecutive home game.

If it is a simple lunch, a bite to eat after the game or a half-time drink, the spacious environment of the Oaks Bar and Eatery offers a selection of affordable delicious meals ideal for families and children.
With a video wall showing major events on Sky Sports, it's the perfect place to relax.
Drinks promotions will run throughout the year, so keep your eyes peeled for the one that takes your fancy.
Our new Summer menu has now been launched featuring delicious locally sourced food, freshly prepared by our skilled chefs.
Why not come down and try it out!

Our stadium offers matchday experiences unmatched by any other club in the Welsh Premier League.
With unrivalled views of action from our balcony, there really is no better way to watch a match than in our comfortable and private hospitality suite equipped with big-screen TV.  Add to that our high-standard cuisine and service and it’s no wonder that our matchday packages come well recommended.
Whatever the occasion, The New Saints FC can provide the perfect solution - ask about our special fans' table which offers lunch and admission for just £15!

  • Watch the Saints for a fiver!
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  • Relax in the Oaks Bar
  • Match hospitality

Latest result

Saturday 17 Oct 2021
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints 0
Bala Town 0

Next fixtures

Saturday 24 October 2021
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints v Neath FC
Park Hall / kick-off 2.30pm

Welsh Premier News

  • Eagles end Rhyl's long unbeaten run
    NEATH ended the superb 26-match unbeaten run of champions Rhyl with a 2-0 defeat at The Gnoll.
  • Moran brace sends Prestatyn second
    A QUICK brace from Andy Moran put Prestatyn on the road to a 3-2 home win over Gap Connah's Quay and second place in the Welsh Premier.
  • Friday nights get turnstiles clicking
    FRIDAY night Welsh Premier fixtures are proving popular with fans who are turning their backs on traditional Saturday afternoon kick-offs.
  • Robins' chief scotches Ryan rumours
    NEWTOWN chairman Mike Jones has scotched press reports that manager Darren Ryan could be leaving Latham Park.

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