The Saints top the Welsh Premier fair play table

AS well as clinching a domestic treble, The New Saints also topped the FAW’s end-of-season fair play table.

Fair PlayCraig Harrison’s Saints had four players sent off and 38 cautions for a total of 196 points, with Bala Town (206) in second place and Newtown (238) in third.

Rhyl were the Welsh Premier’s bad boys with nine red cards and 78 yellow cards to amass 410 points.

The Lilywhites got their season off to the worst possible start with the dismissals of Levi Mackin and Liam Benson on the opening day of the season at Carmarthen.

Each club winning the fair play award wins £1,000 which can be used towards ground improvements or the purchasing of any football equipment.

“Each of the clubs in these leagues were invited to promote the FAW Fair Play message by wearing campaign T-Shirts, producing articles in their programmes as well as a strong presence on social media,” says Ian Fisher, the FAW’s Disciplinary Executive.