Saturday 22 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints 1
Aberystwyth Town 0
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Wednesday 26 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Welshpool Town
AWAY - Maesydre
Kick-off: 14:30
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Saturday 22 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Llanrhaeadr 3
TNS Reserves 5
Saturday 29 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Llanfyllin Town
AWAY
Kick-off: 14:00
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Michael Wilde 8
Alfie Carter 7
Luke Holden 6
Jamie Wood 5
Scott Ruscoe 5
Steven Beck 4
The New Saints 43
Llanelli AFC 41
Carmarthen Town 33
Rhyl FC 31
Welshpool Town 30
Bangor City 27
Aberystwyth Town 26
Port Talbot Town 26
Neath Athletic 26
Newtown AFC 20
Haverfordwest County 19
NEWI Cefn Druids 19
Airbus UK Broughton 18
Caernarfon Town 18
Connah's Quay Nomads 18
Caersws FC 16
Porthmadog FC 12
Llangefni Town 11
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TNS Reserves 52
Aberystwyth Reserves 46
Newtown Reserves 43
Newbridge 39
Bow Street 31
Carno 24
Presteigne St Andrews 24
Tywyn Bryncrug 22
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SAINTS ON ANOTHER REVENGE MISSION
PRINCIPALITY WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
THE NEW SAINTS v ABERYSTWYTH TOWN
Saturday 22 Dec 2020 /Park Hall / 2.30
Richie Harris and Alfie Carter celebrate a goal in last season's home win over the Seasiders.
FOR the second weekend running, The New Saints are on a revenge mission when they host Aberystwyth Town at Park Hall.
The Seasiders inflicted the heaviest defeat for almost eight years when they beat TNS 5-1 at Park Avenue back in August on a day when, every time the Black & Greens attacked they scored, making it a less than enjoyable trip to the seaside for Ken McKenna and his men.
But, since then, TNS have not lost a Welsh Premier game, while Brian Coyne's side have shown inconsistent form and will be looking for their first away win at the Saints since beating 10-man Llansantffraid 2-1 at Treflan in 1993 with a last minute goal from the legendary Kevin Morrison.
"I would think that TNS would be too professional to be thinking about revenge after their defeat at Aberystwyth, and I said at the time that they would bounce straight back," says Coyne.
"In my opinion, they are the best team in the league, but we can be pleased with a good first half to the season and we now want to push on, hopefully the lads will give it their best shot."
Glyndwr Hughes and Gavin Cadwallader remain on the casualty list for the Black & Greens, while ex-Swansea City trainee striker Stuart Roberts continues his suspension following his recent red card at Carmarthen Town.
For TNS, Chris King is again unavailable as he completes his two-match ban.
21 December 2020
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