became only the second player to make 200 Welsh Premier appearances for TNS when he started
against Caernarfon Town on Friday night.
Before the kick-off he received an engraved salver to mark his feat from head coach Andy Cale.
One of the Saints' greatest clubmen, Tosh is now chasing down the appearance
record of goalkeeper Andy Mulliner, who made 212 appearances for the club between 1993 and
Holmes came to the club from Tranmere Rovers and
immediately established himself as a centre-back in Ken McKenna's side of 2000/1 and creating
a formidable partnership alongside the legendary Steve Evans that went on to make the Saints'
defence the meanest in the league.
Now in his ninth season at TNS, the 29-year-old was an integral part of the side that won three
consecutive Welsh Premier titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and also picked-up medals for winning
the Welsh Cup, Loosemores League Cup and FAW Premier Cup. He has also started in five Uefa
Cup and six Champions League ties, including both legs against Liverpool in 2005.