First Team
Cymru Premier Sat 16 September Park Hall
The New Saints
  • Smith (24')
  • Brobbel (74', 76', 83')
Haverfordwest County
  • Jenkins (69')

Haverfordwest County and The New Saints will meet for the first time since January when the Bluebirds make the journey to Oswestry in the JD Cymru Premier tomorrow.

County suffered a disappointing 4-0 loss at home to Newtown last week, as we tasted a league defeat at the Ogi Bridge Meadow for the first time since October 2022, which ironically came against the Saints.

Craig Harrison’s side were not in league action last weekend due to their involvement in the SPFL Trust Trophy, as they beat Hibernian B 3-0 in Edinburgh on Friday evening. Their league game with Bala Town – who were also involved in the competition – was rescheduled for Wednesday evening. The match finished 0-0 at Maes Tegid, and saw red cards shown to Ollie Shannon and Adrian Cieślewicz, as well as Bala assistant manager, Ryan Valentine, and Saints boss, Harrison.

The Oswestry outfit have not lost a league encounter since February, when they went down 3-2 to Cardiff Metropolitan. They currently sit top of the table with four wins and two draws from their first six games, with the Bluebirds occupying ninth.

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The New Saints – At a glance

Founded – 1896

Ground – Park Hall

Manager – Craig Harrison

Captain – Chris Marriott

The New Saints manager, Craig Harrison. (Photo: Sam Eaden)
Last five meetings

January 7, 2023: The New Saints 3-1 Haverfordwest County

October 29, 2022: Haverfordwest County 1-3 The New Saints

November 6, 2021: The New Saints 6-0 Haverfordwest County

August 28, 2021: Haverfordwest County 0-1 The New Saints

March 13, 2021: Haverfordwest County 2-1 The New Saints

Form guide

The New Saints


Haverfordwest County


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Key player

Ryan Brobbel

BANGOR, GWYNEDD, WALES – 30th APRIL 2023 – TNS’ Ryan Brobbel during The New Saints FC vs Bala Town FC in the 134th JD Welsh Cup Final at Nantporth Stadium, Bangor (Pic by Sam Eaden/FAW)

Referee: Aaron Wyn Jones

Referee, Aaron Wyn Jones. (Photo: Nik Mesney/FAW)

Assistants: Jordan Christopher and Connor Thomas

Fourth official: Iwan Griffith

Observer: Nigel Richards

How to follow

If you’re not able to make it to Park Hall for the game, you can still keep up with the action by following live, play-by-play commentary on our YouTube channel with #TheBluebirdsNest Live, which brings supporters closer to the action! Ryan Evans will be there to describe all the action. To listen along, simply follow this link, or click on the video link below.

There will also be play-by-play text updates on our Twitter page.

JD Cymru Premier MD7 fixtures

Kick-off times are 14:30 unless stated

Friday September 15

Colwyn Bay vs. Aberystwyth Town (19:45 – Live online)

Saturday September 16

The New Saints vs. Haverfordwest County

Connah’s Quay Nomads vs. Cardiff Metropolitan

Pen-y-Bont vs. Caernarfon Town

Newtown vs. Barry Town United

Pontypridd United vs. Bala Town

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