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10.10.2021 at 14:30 Park Hall Attendance: 348
The New Saints
5 - 0
Aberystwyth Town
Referee: Neil Doyle (Dublin) WELSH PREMIER

Alex Darlington (15)
Richie Partridge (28)
Richie Partridge (41)
Richie Partridge (58)
Matthew Berkeley (77)
Starting line-ups
Paul Harrison
Danny Holmes
Chris Marriott
Tommy Holmes
Christian Seargeant
Barry Hogan
Aeron Edwards
Alex Darlington
Matthew Berkeley
Craig Jones
Richie Partridge
Steve Cann
Craig Williams
Gareth Hughes
James McCarten
Sion James
Conall Murtagh
Lewis Codling
Adam Pepper
Luke Sherbon
Ricky Evans
Steff Edwards
Connell Rawlinson
Scott Ruscoe
Matty Williams
Craig Williams
Marcus Giglio
Luke Powell
Aneurin Thomas
Michael Howard
Anthony Finselbach
Scott Ruscoe -> Alex Darlington (63)
Craig Williams -> Craig Jones (68)
Marcus Giglio -> Matthew Berkeley (72)
Luke Powell -> Steff Edwards (32)
Anthony Finselbach -> Adam Pepper (63)
Aneurin Thomas -> Gareth Hughes (68)
Yellow cards
None James McCarten (23)
Sion James (26)
Adam Pepper (41)
Aneurin Thomas (73)
Red cards
None None
Match report

Provider Craig Jones congratulates scorer Richie Partridge.
Pictures from the match
Saints hammer hapless Aberystwyth

ABERYSTWYTH'S poor record continued as the Saints smashed five past the hapless visitors, who last won away against TNS in 1993.
Richie Partridge led the way with a hat-trick, but it was right-sided wingman Craig Jones who was the Saints' destroyer in chief, having a hand in all three goals before half-time.
The Wales Under-23 semi-pro did superbly to get to the byline before pulling the ball back for Alex Darlington to net the first goal on the quarter hour.
Jones then provided the crosses for Partridge to open his account after 28 minutes and for Darlington's stepover, which allowed Partridge to add the third.
The only moment of controversy arrived midway through the half when Irish exchange referee Neil Doyle awarded a free-kick to TNS after a clash between Chris Marriott and Craig Williams, with the Seasiders claiming a penalty.
The Saints shrugged-off the absence of suspended skipper Steve Evans and injured duo Pip Baker and Chris Sharp, and also enjoyed the luxury of leaving Matty Williams and Scott Ruscoe on the bench.
But they were rarely troubled at the back and the second-half was a stroll in the sunshine for the reigning champions as the disappointing Black & Greens were kept on the back foot.
Partridge completed his hat-trick just before the hour after Marriott had ferried on a long ball and Matthew Berkeley made it five when he seized on a defensive error by sub Aneurin Thomas.