|WELSH Premier attendances at Treflan rose by 35.7% last season, with an average home gate of 271.
The biggest crowd was 706 for the visit of merger partners Oswestry Town, while only 158 turned up to see Carmarthen Town.
Bangor City top the League attendances list with an average home gate of 533, followed by Aberystwyth (489), Barry Town (460) and Carmarthen (376).
Away from home, Saints attracted an average gate of 329, the third highest in the League. Barry Town and Bangor City were the biggest draws, attracting average attendances on the road of 405 and 353 respectively.
The League saw just three gates top the 1000 mark - TNS featured in the highest of the season, 1147 at Jenner Park for the important clash with Barry. Some 1029 saw the Aberystwyth - Barry game at Park Avenue, with 1012 at Farrar Road when the Citizens played the Dragons.
Throughout the Welsh Premier, attendances were up by 2.5% with an average gate of 283.
Last season's Welsh Premier attendances in full