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More From The Awards Night 2017.

May 7th, 2017

Joint first team players player of the year Matt Croose.

Joint first team players player of the year Brendan Hackett.



Reserve team players player of the year James Eckley.

Sunday Saints players player of the year Nathan Heighway.

Ladies players player of the year Rachel Venables.

Ladies top scorer Rebecca Payne.

Sunday Saints top scorer Nathan Heighway.

Reserve team top scorer Rob McNamara.

First team top scorer Brendan Hackett.

Clubman of the year Richard ‘Squiz’ Meredith.

2016/2017 AWARDS.

May 3rd, 2017

A few pictures from the recent end of season awards night.

First team managers player of the year Jordan Baker

Sunday Saints Managers player of the year Gareth Ratcliffe.

Reserve team managers player of the year Jamie Howard.

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Cup Finals.

May 1st, 2017

The Ron Ellis Memorial Cup.

Talgarth Town FC lifted ‘The Ron Ellis Memorial Cup’ after defeating Brecon Northcote 2-0 in a close match.

A corner from captain Jordan Harvey went straight in with help from a strong wing just before half time to put Talgarth 1-0 up at the break.

The second half saw Northcote pile on the pressure but due to a couple of poor misses and a great save by Martyn Norwood the score stayed 1-0.

Northcote were made to pay for missing their chances when Scott Pavey fired in the second goal. ft 2-0

Dan Martin of Talgarth was selected as man of the match.

Photos from Stu Townsend.

Hay Senior Cup

The Saints First team ran out 6-1 winners against Builth Wells FC.

After trailing to an early goal and starting very sluggish we clicked into gear just before half time and scored 3 quick goals. After a good half a dozen corners Stu Davies headed in at the back post to make it 1-1. Jack Biggs scored a quick fire brace to see us go in at half time 3-1 up.

We dominated the second half and added 3 more goals to our tally through Adi Lawford, Rob Snedden and Matt James.

Ft 6-1.


Cup Finals Weekend.

April 28th, 2017

The last weekend of the season will see both senior sides in action.

The first team will face Builth Wells FC in ‘The Hay Senior Cup’ on Sunday, the following day on Bank Holiday Monday the reserves will head to Builth to play Rhayader reserves in ‘The Pip Samuel League Cup Final’.

First off is ‘The Ron Ellis Cup’ final which sees Talgarth Town FC come up against Brecon Northcote FC.


Ron Ellis Cup Final

Brecon Northcote FC v Talgarth Town FC k.o 12 noon. (Forest Road)

Hay Senior Cup Final

Builth Wells FC v Saints First Team k.o. 3pm (Forest Road)


Pip Samuel League Cup Final

Rhayader Town Reserves v Saints Reserves k.o. 2.30pm (Lant Field Builth)


Hay Senior Cup Final Preview

April 28th, 2017

The first team play Builth Wells this Sunday in the Hay Cup Final at Forest road. This will be played after the Ron Ellis Cup Final and followed by end of season awards and live music. Jenks had this to say ”Builth are a good footballing side who come from behind to beat Ewyas Harold in the other semi final. Like ourselves they have had a mixed season but we know that they can be very good on their day”.

He went on to say ”We were not at our best against Orleton Colts last week but we did battle hard till the end and kept a clean sheet which was positive. Hopefully we can put in one more big team performance and win the cup”.


Squad: Jordan Baker, Will Goodwin, Richard Meredith, Stu Davies, Callum Maddy, Adi Lawford, Matt James, Rob Snedden, Owen Lloyd, Matt Croose, Steve Goodwin, Ryan Davies, Brendan Hackett, Tom James, Jack Biggs and Steve Morgan.

League Champions.

April 22nd, 2017

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Reserves at Home.

April 21st, 2017

Tomorrow sees first v second in the league as we welcome Brecon Northcote FC to Forest Road.

The title could be decided tomorrow if the reserves win, however, a draw should also be enough due to a much better goal difference. If Northcote win, the reserves will have to win their last game away at Knighton to clinch the title so there is still a lot of ifs and buts yet.

Saints Reserves v Brecon Northcote FC.  Kick Off 2.30pm.

First Team Through To Final.

April 20th, 2017

Goal scorer Jack Biggs.


Goal scorer Ryan Davies.

The Saints First Team are through to the final of ‘The Hay Senior Cup’ after a 2-0 win against Hereford Premier League side Orleton Colts FC.

A goal in the 14th minute from Ryan Davies and a second in the 88th minute from Jack Biggs was enough to see us through to the final where we will play Builth Wells FC.

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Hay Senior Cup

April 20th, 2017

Maybe the last time?

Tonight sees ‘The Saints’ host Orelton Colts FC in ‘The Hay Senior Cup’ semi-final.

The winners of the tie will play Builth Wells FC in the final on April 30th. This could be the last time the management team work together due to Shaun Harris agreeing to become the new manager of Presteigne FC next season.

Saints v Orlerton Colts FC k.o. 7.30pm

Hay Cup Semi Final Preview

April 19th, 2017

The first team take on Orleton Colts Thursday night at 7.30 in the Hay Senior Cup Semi Final. Orleton Colts are a Hereford Prem side who we have played a few times over the past 3 seasons. Jenks had this to say ”Orleton have had a really good second half to their season. In their last 11 games they have won 8, drawn 1 and lost 1. They will be full of confidence and we are expecting a tough game.”

He went on to say ”We put in a good performance against Knighton last Sunday and did’nt deserve to lose the game. The effort and work rate from the lads was superb, we just needed to take our chances and things could have been different but that’s football. Hopefully we can put in the same effort tomorrow night and progress to the final.”


Squad: Jordan Baker, Matt James, Steve Goodwin, Callum Maddy, Tom James, Stu Davies, Steve Morgan, Matt Croose, Adi Lawford, Will Goodwin, Brendan Hackett, Richard Meredith, Jack Biggs and Ryan Davies

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