WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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NEWTOWN and Prestatyn have both been disciplined for a melee at the end of their Welsh Premier fixture at Latham Park in January.

Both clubs were fined £600 (£300 suspended) and £50 costs for the failure of its players to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language. 

Newtown were also fined £750 (£350 suspended) and £50 costs for the failure of its technical staff to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language. 

In addition, Newtown manager Chris Hughes was also found guilty an alleged act of violent conduct and /or improper conduct towards an opposition player during the same match and was fined £225 plus £50 costs and will be subject to a four-game touchline suspension from March 5.

Prestatyn have also been hit with a £100 fine plus £50 in costs for the failure of its supporter(s) to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion or fail to refrain from violence, threatening, abusive, obscene or provocative behaviour, conduct or language in the Welsh Premier against Bala Town at the end of December plus a further £300 and £50 costs for the throwing of bottle(s) or any other potentially harmful or dangerous object(s) during the same game.

Finally, Lakesiders' manager Colin Caton has been fined £150 and £50 costs for the use of offensive and/or abusive and/or insulting language during the match against The New Saints on January 2 and banned for three games from March 5.