Just a point separates the top three with Connah's Quay Nomads leading the way, so is the Welsh Premier League shaping up to be a three-horse race between the leaders, The New Saints and Cardiff Met this season? 20875
Kayne McLaggon's second-half strike helped Barry Town United win their first game in six, so could it help them push on for a top-six finish in the Welsh Premier League?
Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield hailed his side's defensive display after Kayne McLaggon's second-half strike stunned The New Saints at Park Hall. 20804
Cardiff MET defended superbly throughout as they grinded out a point against the defending Welsh Premier League Champions The New Saints, but how did each player rate for both sides?
Emilyn Lewis and Bradley Woolridge both stood out as Met earned what could turn out to be a vital point for
Cardiff Metropolitan host The New Saints in the Welsh Premier League on Friday evening and we'll bring you live coverage here.
The students have started the season in excellent fashion and come into this one full of confidence. They currently sit second in the Welsh Premier League but could go above
With TNS set to face Scottish side Livingston in the Irn Bru Cup Round Two this Sunday, we take a look at there team and the players the Welsh champions need to watch out for.
Livingston are a Scottish professional football team currently playing at the 8,700 Almondvale Stadium (currently called
The New Saints edged to a narrow victory over Barry Town United on Friday evening but what were the key elements learnt? 19122
11-time Welsh Premier League Champions showed their class as they put in a professional performance to beat Barry Town United on their own turf.
Barry had the better of the opening chances but The New saints slowly grew into the game and Wes Fletcher's tap-in was the difference between the two sides
Follow live commentary from Jenner Park as Gavin Chesterfield's side welcome Welsh Premier League Champions The New Saints on Friday evening.
Chesterfield's troops will be hoping to respond following their last gasp defeat to another newly-promoted Welsh Premier League side in the form of Prestatyn Town last weekend.
The New Saints on the
A new era at Park Hall began with disappointment, as Welsh Champions TNS were defeated by Gibraltarian side Europa FC 2-1 in the First Round of Qualifying for the Champions League.
For the first time in five years, it wouldn't be Craig Harrison in the dugout for The New Saints,