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Chris Taylor
  Chris Taylor (right) appeared in all but one of Saints' games
in the Welsh Premier this season.
CHRIS Taylor topped the Welsh Premier appearance chart for Saints in the 2003/4 season.
The dependable defender made 31 appearances, missing just one game through injury.
He also netted three goals during the campaign.
Tally played alongside his manager at Bangor City and in the successful Conwy side that took part in the Uefa InterToto Cup in 1996.
He is in his second spell at TNS after joining from Rhyl in 2001.
Michael Wilde appeared in every league game (six as substitute) and staked a claim for most improved player of the season with 18 league goals to his credit.
Jamie Wood was Saints' second highest goal scorer with 14 from 27 appearances, plus one as sub.
Super-sub Steven Beck came off the bench in no less than 16 Welsh Premier games and scored nine times from a total of 28 appearances.
And Steve Evans was next in the scoring charts, his hat-trick of headers at Welshpool on Saturday taking him to eight for the season from 19 appearances (plus one as sub).
In all, manager Ken McKenna used 25 players in the league, including youth teamers David Lewis and Neil Prescott, who came on in goal for the red-carded Gerard Doherty against Barry Town.
4 May 2021
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