WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Park HallTHE New Saints will end the Welsh Premier's enforced winter break with everything set fair for Wednesday night's game to go ahead.
Tons of snow were removed from the Park Hall pitch on Monday and, with the continuing thaw in the Borders, the artificial surface is in perfect condition.
In a fixture which was re-arranged after a fogged-off affair in December, TNS will play Llanelli, who have the largest backlog of any league side and have not played in any competition since November 13.
It's hardly ideal preparation for Andy Legg's side, but at least his injury-hit squad has had time to return to fitness.
However, wingman Owain Warlow will miss out through suspension while the otherwise full-strength hosts will be without wing-back Chris Marriott, who is also banned.
Two other matches are also scheduled for Wednesday. Bangor City say the Farrar Road pitch is fine this morning ahead of their game with Prestatyn, re-arranged from Monday, while Haverfordwest are due to meet Carmarthen at the New Bridge Meadow.
Prospects in west Wales for the twice-postponed local derby are rated as good following a significant thaw.
Photo: Snow around the perimeter today, but the Park Hall pitch is clear.
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