The New Saints have been crowned champions of the JD Welsh Premier League for the seventh year running.
Bala's inability to beat the Connah's Quay Nomads on Friday evening meant that the title was heading to Oswestry. It is the second piece of silverware that The New Saints have won,
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,
The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says previous meetings will count for nothing when his side lock horns with Bala Town in the final of the JD Welsh Cup on Sunday.
The record-breaking champions take on Colin Caton’s side just over a week after meeting on the final day of the
The New Saints manager Craig Harrison says he is “flattered” by reported interest from Hartlepool United, and admits his long-term future may lie away from Park Hall.
Harrison is currently preparing his side for their JD Welsh Cup final against Bala Town on Sunday, with reports this week linking the former
The New Saints boss Craig Harrison has been linked with the vacant managerial post at Hartlepool United, according to reports today.
Pools are without a manager after Dave Jones was dismissed from the role this weekend, after claiming just 13 points from a possible 51 that has left the side languishing
Ryan Valentine says The New Saints will be a stiff test for Bala Town on Saturday, even if the newly-crowned Welsh Premier League champions decide to rotate their starting line-up.
TNS arrive at Maes Tegid this weekend for a dress rehearsal of the JD Welsh Cup Final against the Lakesiders
Two of the Dafabet Welsh Premier League's biggest teams meet on Tuesday evening, when gap Connah's Quay host The New Saints at Deeside.
The game was originally scheduled to take place on 17/18 February, but TNS' exploits in the Irn Bru Cup semi final meant the fixture was postponed.
It is a
MET head into the game against TNS still without a win in Phase Two of the Welsh Premier League but could a win on Saturday give them a much-needed boost going into the remaining fixtures of the season?
Unlike in Phase One of the season, MET have yet to record a victory.
The New Saints won their sixth consecutive Welsh Premier League title last weekend but how does this one compare to previous successes?
Craig Harrison's men took the League by storm this season, and have wrapped it up with seven games to spare. Not only that, but The New Saints have also
Scorers: Seargeant (78',83',89'), Cieselwicz (79')
It was Barry who started the brighter of the two teams in a bitterly cold night at Cardiff metropolitan's Cyncoed Campus. In the first two minutes TJ Naji found himself in acres of space only for his shot to be blocked. Despite this, TNS did