GroundHopping 2020/2021

  1. Cardiff International Sports Stadium. First Football Game In 152 Days – As Far As Opponents Are Concerned, Picking Up Where I Left Off
  2. Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centre (1). Second Game Of The Season, As Wolverhampton Wanderers U-23s Take On The New Saints FC
  3. Park Hall, Oswestry. First Game Of The Season At Park Hall, As The New Saints FC Hosts Bala Town
  4. Park Hall, Oswestry. Two For The Price Of One – Back-To-Back Games, This Time It’s Ellesmere Rangers Who Play The New Saints FC
  5. The Campus, Wallasey. (2). Another Behind-Closed-Doors Friendly, This Time Against English League Two Opposition
  6. The Academy, Kirkby. The Final Pre-Season Game, This Time It’s Against Liverpool, The Champions Of England
  7. Park Hall, Oswestry. First Competitive Game Of The Season, In The UEFA Europa League
  8. Central Ground, Coles Road, Sutton Coldfield (3). The First Proper Groundhop Of The Season, As The Yeltz Beat The Royals
  9. Trico Stadium, Redditch (4). It’s A Game Of Late Goals At The Trico Stadium, As Redditch United Draw With Feckenham FC
  10. Park Hall, Oswestry. Port Vale In Action This Time, As My Season Reaches Double-Figures
  11. Edgar Street, Hereford (5). It Took Forty-Eight Years But I Finally Made It To Edgar Street
  12. Park Hall, Oswestry. In The Final Pre-Season Friendly, We Welcomed A Salford City XI To Park Hall
  13. Jenner Park, Barry. Off To A Good Start For The New Saints At Barry Town United In A Game Of Two Halves
  14. Gundadalur Stadium, Tórshavn (6). Havnar Bóltfelag 3 Argja Bóltfelag 0 – Groundhopping In The Faroe Islands
  15. Tórsvøllur Stadium, Tórshavn. Not The Result That We Wanted In The Faroe Islands But A Great Night For B36 Tórshavn
  16. Park Hall, Oswestry. It’s Still Behind-Closed-Doors In Wales, As The New Saints Beat Cardiff Met FC 2-0
  17. The Oval, Caernarfon. No Need For A Good Luck Charm, As A Second-Half Surrender Sees The Saints Go Marching In
  18. Maes Tegid, Bala. The Night The Lights Went Out At Maes Tegid
  19. Park Hall, Oswestry. Ten Goals For The New Saints, As Greg Draper Sets A New Record
  20. Park Hall, Oswestry. Although No Fans In The JD Cymru Premier, TNS FC Versus Newtown AFC Media Duty For Me – Difficult Times For The Domestic Game In Wales
  21. SDM Glass Stadium, Pen-y-Bont. The Perfect Start To The Season Continues, With A 4-0 Victory In Pen-y-bont – I Was Asked The Question, Do You Ever Get Bored Of Winning?
  22. Park Hall, Oswestry. A Massive Three Points For The New Saints FC, As The Perfect Start To The Season Continues
  23. Park Avenue, Aberystwyth. If You Can’t Win Then Make Sure You Don’t Lose And A Cameo Appearance From A Wales International
  24. Park Hall, Oswestry. Late Goal Secures The Three Points, As The New Saints Stay Ahead Of The Flames In The Welsh Firebreak
  25. Maes Tegid, Bala. Welsh Football Remembers The Fallen, As Bala Town Hosts The New Saints FC
  26. Park Hall, Oswestry. Continuing The Unbeaten Run In Top Flight Welsh Football, As The New Saints Beat Barry Town United 2-1
  27. Cyncoed Stadium, Cardiff. It’s Match Day In The Capital – Live Blogging Day Two
  28. Park Hall, Oswestry. Not So Unlucky Thirteen, As The New Saints Win Again
  29. The Rock, Rhosymedre. A Working Game – Sort Of – As TNS FC’s Unbeaten Start To The Season Continues In Style
  30. Deeside Stadium, Connah’s Quay. First Defeat Of The Season For The New Saints, As The Ex-Players Do The Damage On Deeside
  31. Latham Park, Newtown. Behind The Scenes To And From Latham Park
  32. Park Hall, Oswestry. From The Drive At Home To The Car Park At Park Hall, Behind The Scenes At The New Saints Versus Penybont FC In The JD Cymru Premier
  33. AXA Training Centre, Kirkby (7). First Game Of 2021, At Liverpool FC’s Training Centre
  34. Barnfield Training Centre, Padiham (8). At Burnley FC’s Training Centre, For A Behind-Closed-Doors Friendly
  35. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Scenes, As The New Saints Host Chester FC
  36. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Scenes, With Cymru Premier Opposition This Time
  37. Park Hall, Oswestry. High-Flying TNS Beat Airbus 5-0
  38. Clayton Wood Training Ground (9). At Stoke City’s Clayton Wood Training Ground, For A Behind-Closed-Doors Friendly
  39. Park Hall, Oswestry. The New Saints Hosts Bangor City In The Final Friendly Before The JD Cymru Premier Restarts
  40. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Scenes, As The JD Cymru Premier Gets Back On Track
  41. Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest. A Day In The Life – Behind The Media Scenes On Match Day In The JD Cymru Premier (Live Blogging)
  42. Park Hall, Oswestry. Five Star Performance, As The New Saints Bounce Back In Style
  43. Cae-y-Castell, Flint. Behind The Scenes At Cae-y-Castell In The Top Flight Of Welsh Football
  44. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Scenes, As The New Saints Welcome Caernarfon Town To Park Hall
  45. Maes Tegid, Bala. Behind The Maes Tegid Scenes, As Anthony Limbrick Gets His Cymru Premier Career Underway
  46. Jenner Park, Barry. A Day In The Life Of A Welsh Football Media Man On JD Cymru Premier MD24
  47. Park Hall, Oswestry. JD Cymru Premier MD25, As The New Saints Welcome Penybont FC To Park Hall
  48. The Oval, Caernarfon. Seven Wins On The Bounce For The New Saints, This Time On The Road At Caernarfon
  49. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Scenes, As The New Saints Host Connah’s Quay Nomads On MD27 – Plus, Post-Match Interviews With Anthony Limbrick And Ryan Brobbel
  50. Park Hall, Oswestry. Two Points Dropped Rather Than One Gained, As The Canaries Hold The Saints
  51. Deeside Stadium, Connah’s Quay. The Game Of Throw-ins, As The Nomads And The Saints Share The Points
  52. SDM Glass Stadium, Penybont. At Penybont For JD Cymru Premier MD30
  53. Park Hall, Oswestry. The Penultimate Game Of 2020/2021, As Barry Town United Visit Park Hall
  54. Park Hall, Oswestry. They Think It’s All Over, It Is Now