Holland Looks To Add To His Silverware Collection

After receiving the award for the TNS Young Player Of The Season recently, Tom Holland is looking to increase his trophy cabinet as he has now been nominated for the same with the JD Welsh Premier League (JD WPL).

In his first season at Park Hall, the Yorkshire-born midfield terrier has not only broken into the first team but has established himself as a regular in the starting line-up. For a side as successful as The New Saints, that in itself is no mean feat.

The competition for the JD WPL award is tough, as the ex-Swansea City player is up against Matthew Hall, Dean Rittenberg and Luke Wall. All three are from Bangor City, who although finished in second spot, will be playing their football next season in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance, following their failure to secure a JD WPL licence.

With nominations for Manager and Player Of The Season still to be announced, we will bring you news of any TNS inclusions as soon as we hear.

The winners of the categories, along with others, will be declared by the JD WPL at their end-of-season awards evening on June 2, 2018.


Lead photograph: Brian Jones.


Media. Contact: stewart.bloor@tnsfc.co.uk