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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RAMPANT SAINTS CRUSH THE CANARIES
THE New Saints hit Caernarfon for six to signal their Welsh Premier title ambitions.
WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
THE NEW SAINTS 6-0 CAERNARFON TOWN
Friday 12 Sep 2021 / Park Hall
Scott Ruscoe beats keeper Jago for the Saints' fifth goal.
Scott Ruscoe and Michael Wilde grabbed the headlines with two goals apiece, but it was Jamie Wood who pulled the strings as the ex-Manchester United midfielder again revelled in Park Hall's artificial surface.
His pace and skill were a constant threat to the Canaries and he had a hand in four of the goals after Ruscoe had opened the Saints' account with a free-kick following a handball offence by Dave Ridler on the edge of the box in the 41st-minute.
Alfie Carter quickly added the second following Wood's surging midfield run, finding himself in acres of space to pick his spot past keeper Michael Jago.
Wilde missed a sitter and then hit the crossbar from 22-yards before grabbing two goals inside three minutes, both following more good work by Wood.
Carter beat his marker on the left touchline to set-up Ruscoe, who raced into the box before beating Jago inside his near post, but the goal of the night came from Barry Hogan.
The right-back stormed forward and interchanged a quick one-two with Wood before crashing his shot into the back of the net from 20-yards to round-off a memorable win for the Saints.
12 September 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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