Kingsley raced into a four goal lead but in the second half TNS stepped up and were very impressive against the older lads. Jay Mullings and James Harrison were the goal scorers for The Saints.Full time TNS Under 15’s 2-4 Kingsley Under 16’s.
The TNS Squad for the match was Joe Kinsella, Joe Davies, Ste Naisby, Alfi Talbot, Iwan Webster, Ben Dawson, Andy Vale, Alix Godfrey, James Harrison, Jay Mullings, James Arrowsmith, Donovan Evans and Ben Dawson.
The New Saints Under 9’s 4-3 GAP Connah’s Quay.
The young Saints started off very well and Thomas Potts celebrated his ninth birthday by opened the scoring.
Soon after the birthday boy completed a brilliant one two with Adam Tunnadine before firing into the roof of the net to give his side a two goal lead.
Gap Connah’s Quay started to press higher up the pitch, resulting in three quick goals before Potts leveled the game and in the process, he completed a magnificent hat-trick.
With the game evenly poised, Potts picked out Jac Herbert who converted the winning goal to make it four three to The Saints.
Craig Edwards was happy with the performance and said, ‘There were some encouraging individual performances from the likes of Freddie Clegg and Ryan Cholton-Wilcox. In all honesty a draw would of probably been a fair reflection of the game but it has been a really pleasing start to the season.
The winning team consisted of Freddie Clegg, Ryan Cholton-Wilcox, Jac Herbert, Charlie Cahill, Edward Moore, Adam Tunnadine, Thomas Potts and Josh Evans.