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DESPITE the pressures of chasing Rhyl to the wire for the Welsh Premier title, the Saints maintained a good on-field disciplinary record.
They finished second in the official Fair Play League, with 151 penalty points from two red cards and 39 yellows.
Rhyl also maintained their discipline, finishing third with 158 points (one red, 39 yellows).
Newly promoted Porthmadog led the way, going through the whole season without one red card and just 35 yellows.
NEWI Cefn Druids were the league's bad boys, amassing 322 penalty points. The Plas Kynaston outfit had six players sent off and received 68 yellows.
The table is calculated by the FAW’s automatic disciplinary programme and is based on penalty points being given for each offence with the serious infringements attracting heavier penalties. The club with the least penalty points tops the table.
12 May 2021
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