The Champions regained their crown at Park Hall on Saturday by beating Carmarthen 3-0.
Scott Ruscoe’s header – his first goal of the season - after 36 minutes of play settled the Saints’ nerves in what proved to be a physical and enthralling encounter.
Casey Thomas was sent off for a foul on Chris Marriott on the hour mark and 4 minutes later Michael Wilde netted the vital second goal.
Wilde also claimed his 20th League goal of the season after 74 minutes as he headed home from 6 yards.
So the Saints claim their 7th WPL title since they first won the League in 2000 and now share Barry Town’s coveted record of becoming Champions on seven different occasions.
Bangor City’s hope of securing an automatic European place was dealt a blow as Port Talbot shared the spoils at The Book People Stadium.
However, the Citizens will take some heart from the fact that they came from behind three times during the afternoon.
Chad Bond’s 25th minute effort put the visitors ahead but Chris Jones poked home an equalizer on the stroke of half time.
David Brooks’ 67th minute penalty put the visitors ahead for the second time but the Citizens struck back again thanks to Ryan Edwards’ 71st minute strike.
A second Brooks goal was cancelled out in injury time as Les Davies netted Bangor’s third equalizer of the afternoon.
Following another turbulent week off the field, Llanelli fell to a late Craig Whitfield effort as Newtown enhanced their prospects of securing WPL football next season. Whitfield came off the bench to score the only goal of the game and secured three valuable points for the Robins in the process.
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