The New Saints last game
Saturday 27 Sep 2021
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints 6
Porthmadog FC 0
Match report
Saturday 04 Oct 2021
WELSH CUP
Guilsfield
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:00
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Saturday 27 Sep 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
TNS Reserves 1
Kerry 5
Friday 10 Oct 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Llanrhaeadr
Park Hall
Kick-off: 19:30
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Michael Wilde 4
Alfie Carter 3
Alex Darlington 2
Jamie Wood 2
John Toner 2
The New Saints 17
Rhyl FC 17
Llanelli AFC 16
Bangor City 14
Gap Connah's Quay 12
Haverfordwest County 11
Carmarthen Town 11
Newtown AFC 11
Aberystwyth Town 10
Prestatyn Town 9
Airbus UK Broughton 9
Port Talbot Town 8
Caersws FC 8
Porthmadog FC 6
Technogroup Welshpool 5
Caernarfon Town 3
NEWI Cefn Druids 2
Neath FC 2
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Newtown Reserves 25
Aberystwyth Reserves 19
Berriew 16
Rhayader Town 13
Newbridge 12
Penparcau 11
Dyffryn Banw 10
Bow Street 10
Carno 9
TNS Reserves 9
Waterloo Rovers 9
Kerry 7
Caersws Reserves 6
Presteigne St Andrews 6
Tywyn Bryncrug 5
Llanrhaeadr 3
UWA 1
Llanfyllin Town 1
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FANS SHOCKED BY THIRD NAME CHANGE
SOME TNS fans were shocked by an announcement on BBC Radio Shropshire on Friday that the club had changed its name for a third time.
Managing director Mike Harris (pictured) told the radio station's sports editor James Bond that "when we surveyed the fans it became apparent that the majority wanted to see a greater inclusion of Oswestry within the club, so that is what we are putting into action.
"Oswestry Town's Lion is now included in our crest and there is the addition of Oswestry printed on the shirt sleeves.  The fans spoke and we listened and as a result of this Oswestry will now become more prominent."
The announcement was made without prior notice to the official website or press officer, but the club later issued a press release which stated: "After a lengthy consultation period with the fans, which included a multiple match survey, the new name of the football club has been unveiled as The New Saints of Oswestry Town and Llansantffraid Football Club."
Some supporters attending Friday night's Welsh Premier fixture at NEWI Cefn Druids were dismayed at the way the club had handled the announcement and viewed the name change as a knee-jerk reaction to a disappointing attendance at the opening league game of the season against Port Talbot.
Only two weeks ago, a fans' forum was held at Park Hall to address the perceived poor communications between the club and supporters in recent months, but no mention of a proposed name change was made by commercial director Jonathan Martin, who chaired the meeting.
25 August 2021
TUCKER WANTS FEEL-GOOD FACTOR
TWO TRANSFER SAGAS FINALISED
DRUIDS SURRENDER TWO-GOAL LEAD
NOMAD KEEPS WELSH CLEAN SHEET
DANNY'S DEAL NOT DEAD YET
REDS' BOSS DEFENDS WILLIAMS MOVE


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