The New Saints claimed a League and Cup double after comfortably beating last years Cup holders Connah’s Quay in the Welsh Cup final. Ryan Brobbel scored in both halves as well as an early strike from Greg Draper to secure TNS’ their seventh Welsh Cup.
After a 2-0 win against Barry Town United at Jenner Park, The New Saints have been confirmed as JD Welsh Premier League champions for an eighth consecutive campaign. Prolific striker Greg Draper opened the scoring with his 24th league goal of the season after just
The New Saints claimed their eighth straight Welsh Premier League title after convincingly beating Barry Town United. Greg Draper begun the celebrations with a first half goal. Aeron Edwards, Jamie Mullan and Jon Routledge then put the champagne on ice with a clinical display in
Live updates from Jenner Park Stadium as Barry Tow United aim to stop The New Saints from winning their eighth straight Welsh Premier League title. The Connah’s Quay Nomads were victorious against Bala Town on Friday meaning The New Saints will have to win this
Manager Scott Ruscoe says his New Saints have had to be patient in their bid for their eighth straight Welsh Premier League title. The New Saints can claim the title this weekend but for a large part of the season, Scott Ruscoe’s side had to
Connah’s Quay Nomads and The New Saints will contest the 131st JD Welsh Cup final after both teams claimed victory over the weekend. It is the first-ever meeting between the two will contest a major Cup final in Wales. The pair are also involved in
Reigning champions Connah’s Quay Nomads will play Cardiff Metropolitan in the semi-finals of the JD Welsh Cup, as six-time winners The New Saints face Barry Town United. The draw for the last four was made on S4C’s magazine programme Heno earlier this evening. Andy Morrison’s
Pontypridd Town’s newly appointed manager Lee Kendall says he’s looking forward to putting his stamp on things after his appointment. The Welsh Premier League veteran goalkeeper took charge of his first job in senior management, having taken over from Gavin Beddard earlier this week. His
Embed from Getty Images The New Saints have distanced themselves from rumours linking them with experienced Football League forward Jonathan Stead. The reigning Welsh Premier League champions will be able to strengthen their squad in January but will not be making a move for Stead.
Cambrian & Clydach Vale have knocked out cup holders The New Saints to reach an unlikely Nathaniel MG Cup final. A late goal from substitute Andre Griffiths in extra time gave the Rhondda side a shock victory over a side which has had a firm