Sunday 14 Oct 2021
The New Saints 1
Rhyl FC 0
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
Llangefni Town
AWAY - Talwrn Road
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 13 Oct 2021
Tywyn Bryncrug 0
TNS Reserves 3
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
Newtown Reserves
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Alfie Carter 7
Michael Wilde 6
Chris King 1
Jamie Wood 1
Llanelli AFC 22
The New Saints 21
Rhyl FC 19
Carmarthen Town 17
Welshpool Town 15
Port Talbot Town 14
Aberystwyth Town 14
Newtown AFC 14
Haverfordwest County 13
NEWI Cefn Druids 12
Neath Athletic 12
Connah's Quay Nomads 12
Bangor City 11
Caernarfon Town 11
Airbus UK Broughton 11
Llangefni Town 6
Porthmadog FC 3
Caersws FC 3
Full league table
TNS Reserves 28
Aberystwyth Reserves 28
Newtown Reserves 25
Newbridge 20
Bow Street 16
Llanrhaeadr 15
Presteigne St Andrews 14
Berriew 12
Full league table
Neath boss Dyer admits it has been a steep learning curve in the Welsh Premier.
CONNAH'S Quay manager Jim Hackett is confident his side will keep their feet firmly on the ground after sending The New Saints crashing out of the Welsh Cup last Saturday.
Nomads travel to NEWI Cefn Druids on Friday night and Hackett, who only took over Nomads in the close season, goes into the match admitting little knowledge of the opposition.
"This will be my first experience of them but I know they have had big changes too since last season," he said.
"We will again be without Chris Williams following an operation on his fractured cheekbone, our only other doubt concerns skipper Gary Pinch."
Druids' joint manager Waynne Phillips is anxious his side continue their winning ways as they bid to make up ground on the leading pack.
"We’ve bounced back really well from two heavy defeats, the secret now is to keep that going," he said.
"The table's very tight from the top four down, and three points tonight could find ourselves in the top eight."
The Ancients have midfielder Ricky Evans and Mark Powell both back from suspension.
Neath go to Haverfordwest after winning their last two games. "They are the first back-to-back wins we have had in all competitions this season and we can draw a lot of confidence from that," says manager Andre Dyer, who admits it has been a steep learning curve for the newly-promoted outfit.
He has been surprised by the less than creative approach of some league opposition and adds: "I have found it hard to get to grips with the way that some teams seem to be happy to kick the leather off the ball, whereas we always look to be positive. Maybe it's down to the superb home surface we play on.
"At least Haverfordwest have a fantastic pitch and we expect them to come at us."
12 October 2021
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