The New Saints last game
Saturday 29 Nov 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Caersws FC 2
The New Saints 6
Match report
Saturday 06 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Rhyl FC
Park Hall
Kick-off: 17:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 29 Nov 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
TNS Reserves 2
Dyffryn Banw 1
Friday 05 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Caersws Reserves
Recreation Ground
Kick-off: 19:30
Full list of fixtures
John Toner 10
Alfie Carter 5
Michael Wilde 5
Alex Darlington 4
Craig Williams 4
Rhyl FC 35
Llanelli AFC 35
The New Saints 34
Bangor City 26
Aberystwyth Town 26
Carmarthen Town 24
Haverfordwest County 22
Newtown AFC 21
Gap Connah's Quay 18
Prestatyn Town 16
Porthmadog FC 16
Port Talbot Town 15
Airbus UK Broughton 14
Technogroup Welshpool 14
Caersws FC 12
NEWI Cefn Druids 8
Neath FC 8
Caernarfon Town 4
Full league table
Newtown Reserves 44
Aberystwyth Reserves 32
Berriew 29
Rhayader Town 27
Newbridge 25
Carno 24
Tywyn Bryncrug 21
Penparcau 20
UWA 17
Bow Street 16
TNS Reserves 16
Presteigne St Andrews 15
Waterloo Rovers 15
Dyffryn Banw 14
Llanrhaeadr 13
Caersws Reserves 13
Kerry 9
Llanfyllin Town 4
Full league table
SAINTS HAVE A SCORE TO SETTLE
WHILE The New Saints have a score to settle at Stebonheath Park on Friday night, their primary concern will be this season's outcome, not history.
WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
LLANELLI AFC v THE NEW SAINTS
Fri 19 Sep 2021 / Stebonheath Park / 7.30
TNS won at Stebo two seasons ago.
In one of Ken McKenna's final games as manager, the TNS title hopes were effectively ended by a 4-0 defeat at Llanelli and they will be keen to make amends this time around.
"Although nothing will be determined tonight, it’s obviously a very important game against the champions," says assistant manager Mike Davies.
"We’ve still not conceded a goal in the league and hopefully we can keep that going and grab a goal or two at the other end.
"It’s going to be tough, but we can go there full of confidence and with plenty of positives from the way we're playing."
While the Saints have kept five clean sheets since starting their campaign, the Reds have already conceded eight - including five at Rhyl - raising concerns among some of their fans that retaining the title may be mission impossible.
But manager Peter Nicholas is relatively unconcerned after four wins from five, two of which needed late goals to seal the points, pointing-out that his side are already two points better-off than at this stage last season.
"We have been given a tough start but I think we have come through it quite well," said Nicholas.
"Rhyl was a setback and we have conceded some soft goals, but we are in a better position now than last year.
"What I do want is to see us making a quicker start and for our midfield to chip in with a few goals."
Saints' Michael Taylor misses the trip to West Wales through suspension.
19 September 2021
NEATH CHAIRMAN AND BOARD RESIGN
BANGOR CHAIRMAN TO STEP DOWN
NEW BOSS FOR TALBOT THIS WEEK
TITLE CHASERS HIT SCORING FORM
LLANELLI RETURN TO THE SUMMIT
CITY FACE LEAGUE CUP MUSIC


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