Lily White's Club Guide

TNS, Llansantffraid


Nickname: 'The Saints'


Treflan Recreation Field

Tel: tba

Web Site:


Ground View

Main Stand April 2000

The Main Stand at Llansantffraid, pictured in April 2000.


Programme Guide (1999/2000):

Price: £1
No. Pages: 48

Lily's opinion:

A nice attractive cover along with two articles, one  by the editor and the other by the General Manager are the highlights of this programme. The print quality on the content pages leaves a lot to be desired although the advert pages are professionally printed on glossy paper.  Much of the League's newsletter is reproduced along with cuttings from local newspapers. A fair effort for one pound!


Programme Cover


Lily's Jottings
Rhyl have been regular visitors to Llansantffraid since 1992, yet despite a huge investment in the club by a computer shop, the ground in April 2000 differs very little from that of eight years ago. They have improved a few things, there is now concrete behind the far goal, a new TV gantry, turnstiles and an executive box, but shelter is still at a premium and you are advised to take a brolly if you visit!

There's very little atmosphere at games due to the lack of crowds, and this despite years of success. In their last home game before lifting the title it took a substantial following from Rhyl for them just to break the two hundred mark.

There's a nice Social Club on-site, and several public houses in the village itself worth visiting for a pre-match drink. Good road links make this an easy ground to get to from the North.

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Club Mascot

TNS,Llansantffraid are one of the few LoW clubs to have a mascot at matches.

His name is "Spot" the dog.

Rhyl fans play a game at Llansantffraid also called "Spot", Spot the crowd!!! ;-)



Lily's 'Match Experience' Rating = 5/10


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