Fair play league 2016/17

Fair play
Richard Harrington produces a red card for Aaron Simpson of Rhyl [chestertonphotography.co.uk].

The official end-of-season table is calculated by the FAW’s automatic disciplinary programme and is based on penalty points being given for each offence with the serious infringements attracting heavier penalties. The club with the least penalty points tops the table.
There is considerable incentive for clubs to top the Fair Play league - the UEFA Fair Play Competition, which was introduced in the 1993/94 season, gives three countries the chance to enter an additional club for the UEFA Cup.
The association that tops the ranking automatically qualifies for a UEFA Cup place. All associations which achieved an average of eight points or more go into a draw to determine the other two places. The three UEFA Cup places go to the clubs which won the domestic fair play competition. If the winner has already qualified for one of the UEFA competitions the next club on the domestic fair play ranking gets the UEFA Cup place.

 
Total
Points
The New Saints
40
1
11
134
Cardiff Met
43
2
15
186
Gap Connah's Quay
42
3
14
192
Bala Town
43
3
20
200
Llandudno FC
50
2
12
216
Newtown AFC
51
2
16
220
Cefn Druids
55
1
18
224
Aberystwyth Town
52
3
15
236
Airbus UK Broughton
52
3
16
236
Carmarthen Town
64
4
30
296
Bangor City
62
5
22
310
Rhyl FC
69
10
28
382