Tuesday 09 Oct 2021
CHALLENGE CUP
The New Saints 2
Airbus UK Broughton 0
Match report
Sunday 14 Oct 2021
WELSH PREMIER
Rhyl FC
HOME - Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 06 Oct 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Newbridge 0
TNS Reserves 0
Match report
Saturday 13 Oct 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Tywyn Bryncrug
AWAY
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Alfie Carter 7
Michael Wilde 6
Chris King 1
Luke Holden 1
Llanelli AFC 22
Rhyl FC 19
The New Saints 18
Carmarthen Town 16
Welshpool Town 14
Haverfordwest County 13
Connah's Quay Nomads 12
Port Talbot Town 11
Aberystwyth Town 11
Caernarfon Town 11
Airbus UK Broughton 11
Newtown AFC 11
Neath Athletic 9
NEWI Cefn Druids 9
Bangor City 8
Porthmadog FC 3
Llangefni Town 3
Caersws FC 3
Full league table
Aberystwyth Reserves 28
TNS Reserves 25
Newtown Reserves 22
Newbridge 19
Presteigne St Andrews 14
Bow Street 13
Llanrhaeadr 12
Tywyn Bryncrug 11
Full league table
ALFIE MISSES NOMADS CUP CLASH
FAW WELSH CUP 2ND ROUND
CONNAH'S QUAY NOMADS v THE NEW SAINTS
Sat 6 Oct 2021 / Deeside Stadium / 2.30pm
Flashback to 2004 - Mike Wilde heads the only goal of the game to beat Nomads.
ALFIE Carter misses out as The New Saints hit the Welsh Cup trail on Saturday, looking to emulate their feats of 1996 and 2005 by winning the old silver trophy.
Saints' leading scorer has damaged shoulder muscles and, with strike duo Ronnie Morgan and John Toner back in training but not ready to figure in this contest, Carl Lamb may well return to partner Michael Wilde upfront.
Skipper Michael Taylor also returns after missing last weekend's 3-0 win at Richmond Park due to family commitments.
A visit to Connah's Quay brings back memories of 2004, when the Saints recorded a 1-0 fourth round victory at the Deeside Stadium thanks to Wilde's 22nd-minute header, the only goal of the game.
TNS eventually lost to Rhyl in the final but went one better the following year - beating Carmarthen Town to clinch a league and cup double - and beating the Nomads 5-0 in the second round on their way to the showpiece.
Marc Lloyd Williams hit four goals that day in October 2004 but, surprisingly, those are the only two occasions that Saints have met the Deeside outfit in the competition.
Nomads' boss Jim Hackett watched his side endure 120 minutes of football on Tuesday night, before exiting the FAW Premier Cup to Carmarthen.
Worse still, they lost central defender Chris Williams with a fractured cheekbone, which obviously rules him out of Saturday's clash. Also doubtful is frontman John McAllister, forced off with injury in the same game.
5 October 2021
 
© The New Saints FC | 2003-7