For the fifth Irn-Bru Cup game on the bounce, The New Saints have been drawn at home. The second round tie on Saturday, September 8 2018, sees Scottish fourth tier side, Queen’s Park FC, visit Park Hall.
The programme cover features Danny Redmond who spent several years north of the English border with Hamilton Academical, prior to joining The New Saints this season.
The usual columns are in the magazine-style production, including those of our manager Scott Ruscoe as well as Ian Williams, TNS’ Chief Operating Officer.
Having played Oswestry FC way back in the nineteenth century, the Queen’s Park game from 1883 is also featured in there. If you like your football history, you will find that article particularly enjoyable.
With an impressive track record in the Irn-Bru Cup, TNS’ Captain Fantastic, Paul Harrison, is also the subject of a piece.
What’s Tom Holland good at? Other than football, of course. Who does he support? What was the last gift he gave someone? The answers to these questions – and more – can be found in the programme, as we put our midfield star on the spot.
The programme consists of 48, full colour glossy pages and can be purchased from either the turnstile on entry to the ground or the main counter inside The venue. Cost is £3.00.
Previous issues can be purchased – along with other items – from our club shop which is located inside the main room at The Venue.