The Saints won the Builth Spa Cup 3-1 today against Presteigne Reserves. Phil Davies opened the scoring after only a few seconds, a Rob Snedden cross was turned into the net by a Presteigne defender to make it 2-0 just before half-time. Presteigne came back into it in the second half and pulled a goal […]
Some of the Saints headed to the seaside on the weekend for warm weather training before the cup final this coming saturday, they have discovered a new warming up technique which they reckon could be used next season. To view the Davies brothers performing the new warm up click on the link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxACRFbUmD4
Kevin (Joey) Jones netted four goals tonight to reach 61 in total for the season. Kevin also scored his 50th league goal to pass Kevin Martin of Rhayader who has scored 49, and in doing so has won the leagues top scorer award which will be presented on the 24th May before the Builth Spa Cup. WELL […]
The Saints clinched the runner spot in the final game of the season after an excellent team performance against Llandrindod Colts. Llandrindod Colts frustrated the Saints for 20 minutes and could of took the lead on 12 minutes when a breakaway move left their striker one on one but again like so many times this […]
The Saints play their last league game of the season on Tuesday night against an improved Llandrindod Colts side in a must win situation if they are to finish runners up. Programmes will be available for this fixture so come and support the Saints for the last home game. Saints v Llandrindod Colts KO 7-30pm.
The Saints won the Alfred Sparey cup on Sunday after finding themselves a goal down after 30 seconds. The ball was lost in midfield and the lively number 9 broke down the wing and crossed for his strike partner who finished well from close range. The Saints controlled the rest of the half and had numerous […]
Saturday Saints 5 Sunday Saints 2. The Ron Ellis cup was won by the Saturday Saints by 5 goals to 2. The first 20 minutes were very even with the Sunday having the first good chance when John Sly was put through one on one with keeper Kirkham but Sly put his shot wide. Gavin […]
Top scorer Jon Sly is out of tomorrows final after picking up an illness recently and has not fully recovered in time. This will come as a major blow to the Sunday side because Sly has had another good season infront of goal.
Manager Fil Wisniewski reports that Jamie Howard, Fil Davies and Max Walker will be missing from tomorrows cup squad everyone else is available for selection.
Manager Gareth Ratcliffe reports that veteran Chris Bounds and midfielder Steve Jones will miss tomorrows Hay cup final. On the plus side Dale Summerfield is back after being unavailable for the last four weeks and the rest of his squad are all fighting fit for the big game.