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2007 FAW Premier Cup Final

2007 Football Association of Wales Premier Cup Final
Event2006–07 FAW Premier Cup
Date21 March 2007 (2007-03-21)
VenueNewport Stadium, Newport
Attendance1,809
2008

The 2007 FAW Premier Cup Final was the final of the 10th season of the FAW Premier Cup. The final was played at Newport Stadium in Newport on 21 March 2007 and marked the first time the final has been staged at the stadium. The match was contested by Newport County and The New Saints.

Route to the final

Newport County

Newport County scores are shown first in every match

Round Opposition Score Venue
2 Cefn Druids 2–1 Plaskynaston Lane
QF Wrexham 2–1 Newport Stadium
SF Port Talbot Town 2–1 Newport Stadium

The New Saints

The New Saints scores are shown first in every match

Round Opposition Score Venue
QF Porthmadog 3–1 The Beach
SF Cardiff City 1–0 Ninian Park

Match

Newport County0 – 1The New Saints
Report Beck Goal 6'
Attendance: 1,809
Referee: Lee Evans
Newport County
The New Saints
NEWPORT COUNTY:
GK 1 England Mark Ovendale
DF 2 Wales Steve Jenkins
DF 3 Wales Damon Searle
DF 4 Wales Nathan Davies
DF 5 England John Brough (c)
MF 6 Wales Ian Hillier
MF 7 Wales Jason Bowen
MF 8 Wales Kris Leek
MF 9 England Dean Holdsworth
FW 10 Wales Craig Hughes
FW 11 Wales Richard Evans
Substitutes:
FW 12 England Charlie Griffin
MF 14 Wales Stewart Edwards
FW 15 Wales Sam O'Sullivan
FW 16 Wales Matthew Prosser
DF 17 Wales Martyn Giles
Manager:
England Peter Beadle
THE NEW SAINTS:
GK 1 Northern Ireland Gerard Doherty (c)
DF 2 England Phil Baker
DF 3 England Duane Courtney
DF 4 England Michael Jackson
DF 5 England Tommy Holmes
MF 6 England John Leah
MF 7 England Mike Wilde
FW 8 Canada John Toner
MF 9 England Steve Beck
MF 10 Cayman Islands Jamie Wood
FW 11 England Scott Ruscoe
Substitutes:
FW 12 England Rob Williams
FW 14 England Barry Hogan
FW 15 England Greg Stones
FW 16 Spain Oscar Gonzalez
GK 17 England Lee Williams
Manager:
England Ken McKenna

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.