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SAINTS ARE JUST CHAMPION!
John Toner celebrates his goal with Michael Wilde.
"It's been a fantastic achievement by the lads.
We've dominated the league from start to finish."
- Ken McKenna
Caernarfon Town 1-3 TNS
Vauxhall Masterfit Welsh Premier League
Good Friday 14 April 2006: Away - The Oval

SAINTS celebrated back-to-back Welsh Premier titles after beating Caernarfon and booking a place in next season's Champions League.
But they gave the Canaries a goal start when Michael Jackson handled inexplicably as the ball appeared to be running out of play and Lee Jones duly converted the spot kick.
John Rowley also fired just over the bar as TNS struggled to get into top gear at a sun-drenched Oval, but they were level mid-way through the first-half.
Chris King's cross from the left was headed goalwards by Steve Evans and John Toner got the final touch for his second goal in two games.
Michael Wilde and Nicky Ward spurned a host of chances to give the Saints an interval lead, with Martyn Naylor's long throws causing havoc in the hosts' defence.
It took a last ditch tackle from Naylor to deny Steve Watkin on the restart, but from then on Saints controlled the game. Ward's goal-bound effort was headed over his won bar by Lee Jones, Tommy Holmes was just wide from a Naylor corner and Ward and Wilde both went close.
The breakthrough arrived on 75 minutes when Steve Evans went up for Naylor's corner and Rowley headed into his own net. A minute later it was all over as Naylor's run and cross found Ward unmarked 12 yards out and he powered his header past keeper Paul Pritchard.
TNS took their foot off the gas with the job completed, although the welcome reappearance of Steven Beck sparked some pretty football and King's piledriver was kept out by a superb Pritchard save.
Players and a large away following in a crowd of 497 celebrated at the final whistle, but manager Ken McKenna will want to add the Challenge Cup at the end of the month to round off the season with another double.
14 April 2021
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