The New Saints last game
Saturday 17 Jan 2021
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints 1
Newtown AFC 1
Match report
Saturday 24 Jan 2021
WELSH PREMIER
Caernarfon Town
The Oval
Kick-off: 13:00
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 17 Jan 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
UWA 1
TNS Reserves 2
Saturday 24 Jan 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Tywyn Bryncrug
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
John Toner 11
Alfie Carter 6
Michael Wilde 6
Alex Darlington 5
Craig Williams 4
Rhyl FC 47
Llanelli AFC 47
The New Saints 42
Carmarthen Town 36
Bangor City 33
Aberystwyth Town 33
Haverfordwest County 32
Gap Connah's Quay 24
Airbus UK Broughton 24
Newtown AFC 23
Port Talbot Town 23
Technogroup Welshpool 19
Porthmadog FC 19
Prestatyn Town 18
NEWI Cefn Druids 18
Caersws FC 17
Neath FC 15
Caernarfon Town 6
Full league table
Newtown Reserves 53
Berriew 41
Aberystwyth Reserves 38
Carno 36
Rhayader Town 35
Newbridge 26
Tywyn Bryncrug 24
Penparcau 24
Aberystwyth University 20
Bow Street 19
Waterloo Rovers 19
TNS Reserves 19
Llanrhaeadr 17
Dyffryn Banw 16
Presteigne St Andrews 15
Caersws Reserves 13
Kerry 9
Llanfyllin Town 7
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TWO FORMER SAINTS RETURN TO THE LEAGUE
John Lawless in action for TNS.
TWO former Saints have returned to the Welsh Premier, with John Lawless joining Caernarfon Town and "Rocket" Ronnie Morgan arriving at Gap Connah's Quay.
Lawless, who scored eight goals from 22 Welsh Premier appearances, scored the winning TNS goal in the 2005 Welsh Cup final against Carmarthen.
He was released "by mutual consent" from Marine on Tuesday and faces disciplinary action from the English FA after taunting the crowd at Gigg Lane, Bury, during a Unibond League match against FC United of Manchester.
Lawless was seen to wave his arms to make an aeroplane gesture in an apparent reference to the Munich air disaster in 1958 and received a police warning at half-time. Officers from Greater Manchester Police told Lawless and his teammate Shaun Tuck that they would be arrested if they continued to offend supporters.
Morgan was more of a damp squib than a rocket during his time with the Saints. The striker scored a remarkable 180 goals in four seasons as he fired the Birkenhead club up the English pyramid was plagued by a back injury and made just two sub appearances in the league before his release last year.
16 January 2021

WILDE LEAVES TNS FOR CODMEN
ABER STILL SORE OVER SHERBON MOVE
LAWLESS WILL NOT FACE FA ACTION
AIRBUS LATE SHOW SINKS ROBINS
RHYS GOES THIRD ON ALL-TIME LIST
LLANELLI KEEP THE HEAT ON RHYL


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