After slipping up in their midweek matches, Connah’s Quay and The New Saints will go headtohead on Saturday for the last time this campaign in a match that could potentially decide where the title goes this season. The Nomads go into the weekend two points above their opponents, but TNS know that their fate remains in their own hands. 



Caernarfon Town (6th) v Pen-y-bont (4th) | Saturday – 14:30 

After six consecutive defeats not many would have been brave enough to back Caernarfon Town against The New Saints on Tuesday night, but the Cofis claimed an unanticipated point despite finishing the game with only nine men on the field. 

Twice the Saints put the ball in the Caernarfon net, but the officials cancelled out both goals, and Greg Draper also missed a penalty for the home team which resulted in the Cofis picking up their first point since the split. 

It was a good result for Huw Griffiths’ men but the Canaries remain without a goal in three games and are now winless in seven outings. 

Pen-y-bont have climbed five points clear in 4th place and are therefore the favourites going into the play-offs. 

Previous resultsCaernarfon Town 1-1 Pen-y-bont, Pen-y-bont 6-0 Caernarfon Town, Pen-y-bont 2-0 Caernarfon Town 

Form guide:    

Caernarfon Town❌❌❌❌ 

Pen-y-bont: ❌❌➖✅ 


Barry Town United (5thBala Town (3rd) | Saturday – 14:30 

Following their fantastic victory at home to Connah’s Quay on Wednesday night, Bala Town could secure the third spot this Saturday. 

If the Lakesiders win and Pen-y-bont fail to beat Caernarfon Town, then Colin Caton’s side will seal their place in Europe. 

Barry Town United have been in poor form lately, picking up only one point in their last five games. 

Previous resultsBala Town 4-0 Barry Town UnitedBarry Town United 6-2 Bala TownBala Town 1-0 Barry Town United 

Form guide:    

Barry Town United❌❌͏➖❌ 

Bala Town✅✅❌✅ 


Connah’s Quay (1st) v The New Saints (2nd) | Saturday – 17:15 (S4C) 

It’s advantage Connah’s Quay in the title race following the Nomads’ first away win against The New Saints in 25 years.  

Michael Wilde was the hero of the hour last Saturday, netting a first-half hatrick against his former club to lift the Nomads to the top of the league. 

But after putting everything they had into that epic encounter, both Connah’s Quay and The New Saints failed to win their following matches with TNS playing out a goalless draw with Caernarfon, before the Nomads were beaten by Bala Town. 

With four games left to play, Connah’s Quay are two points above their Oswestry opponents, therefore a draw result would please Andy Morrison much more than it would Anthony Limbrick. 

The Nomads are unbeaten in their last three home meetings with the Saints and have kept clean sheets in the last two contests between the sides at the Deeside Stadium. 

Previous resultsThe New Saints 1-0 Connah’s QuayConnah’s Quay 2-0 The New SaintsThe New Saints 1-4 Connah’s Quay 

Form guide:    

Connah’s Quay✅✅✅✅ 

The New Saints✅✅✅❌ 



Cefn Druids (12th) v Newtown (7th) | Friday – 19:45 

Newtown began the second phase nine points behind 7th placed Haverfordwest County, but after six games without defeat the Robins are now three points above the Bluebirds in the hunt for the play-offs. 

Jayson Starkey’s Druids have lost their last five games, and are without a win in their last 11 meetings with Newtown (drawn six, lost five) 

Previous resultsNewtown 4-1 Cefn DruidsCefn Druids 2-4 NewtownNewtown 5-0 Cefn Druids 

Form guide:    

Cefn Druids❌❌❌❌ 



Cardiff Met (10th) Aberystwyth Town (9th) | Friday – 19:45 

Aberystwyth Town and Cardiff Met are level on points with a matching record after winning seven, drawing seven and losing 16 in the JD Cymru Premier this season. 

Following a run of 11 games without a win, the students have truly turned the corner and are unbeaten in their last five matches. 

Previous resultsAberystwyth Town 2-3 Cardiff MetCardiff Met 1-1 Aberystwyth TownAberystwyth Town 1-1 Cardiff Met  

Form guide:    

Cardiff Met➖✅✅➖ 

Aberystwyth Town❌❌✅➖ 


Flint Town United (11th) Haverfordwest County (8th) | Saturday – 14:30 

Flint Town United won three on the bounce following the split, but after failing to score in their last three outings, the Silkmen have drifted in the race for European football. 

But Haverfordwest County are also having a tough time latelywithout a win in four games and have failed to score in their last two meetings with Flint Town United. 

Previous resultsFlint Town United 0-2 Haverfordwest CountyHaverfordwest County 0-3 Flint Town UnitedHaverfordwest County 0-0 Flint Town United 

Form guide:    

Flint Town United✅✅❌➖ 

Haverfordwest County✅❌❌➖ 


Highlights of all the weekend’s games will be on Sgorio every Monday at 5:30. 

Rhys Llwyd

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