The New Saints last game
Saturday 29 Nov 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Caersws FC 2
The New Saints 6
Match report
Saturday 06 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Rhyl FC
Park Hall
Kick-off: 17:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 29 Nov 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
TNS Reserves 2
Dyffryn Banw 1
Friday 05 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Caersws Reserves
Recreation Ground
Kick-off: 19:30
Full list of fixtures
John Toner 10
Alfie Carter 5
Michael Wilde 5
Alex Darlington 4
Craig Williams 4
Rhyl FC 35
Llanelli AFC 35
The New Saints 34
Bangor City 26
Aberystwyth Town 26
Carmarthen Town 24
Haverfordwest County 22
Newtown AFC 21
Gap Connah's Quay 18
Prestatyn Town 16
Porthmadog FC 16
Port Talbot Town 15
Airbus UK Broughton 14
Technogroup Welshpool 14
Caersws FC 12
NEWI Cefn Druids 8
Neath FC 8
Caernarfon Town 4
Full league table
Newtown Reserves 41
Aberystwyth Reserves 29
Berriew 29
Rhayader Town 27
Newbridge 22
Carno 21
Tywyn Bryncrug 18
UWA 17
Penparcau 17
Bow Street 16
Waterloo Rovers 15
Dyffryn Banw 14
Llanrhaeadr 13
Caersws Reserves 13
TNS Reserves 13
Presteigne St Andrews 12
Kerry 9
Llanfyllin Town 4
Full league table
ALL HANDS ON DECK AT CAERSWS
WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
CAERSWS FC v THE NEW SAINTS
Sat 29 Nov 2020 / Recreation Ground / 2.30pm
The Saints were 2-1 winners at Caersws last season.
WITH a paper-thin squad stetched to the limit, it's a case of all hands on deck as The New Saints head to Caersws.
Tommy Holmes and John Leah picked-up midweek injuries in the League Cup semi-final first leg defeat at Neath and, with Barry Hogan not yet fit enought to resume, management duo Andy Cale and Mike Davies have few selection options for the clash with the Bluebirds.
To make matters worse, fringe frontman Ryan Marriott is suspended after being sent-off playing for the reserves, while centre-back Rob Williams is on-loan to today's opponents, but unable to figure.
One former Saint who will be in the opposing ranks is Mark Davies, who has been a regular on the left side of midfield since making a permanent move to the Recreation Ground in the summer.
Caersws are also suffering a cup hangover following their exit from the League Cup at Aberystwyth but, whilst battling to stay above the relegation zone all season, Dave Taylor's side have shown plenty of resilience and will be no pushover for the sub-strength Saints, who have not lost a league game at the mid-Wales venue since 1999.
29 November 2020
NEATH CHAIRMAN AND BOARD RESIGN
BANGOR CHAIRMAN TO STEP DOWN
NEW BOSS FOR TALBOT THIS WEEK
TITLE CHASERS HIT SCORING FORM
LLANELLI RETURN TO THE SUMMIT
CITY FACE LEAGUE CUP MUSIC


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