TNS Football Club may have endured a few barren seasons on the pitch but lead the way in fair play.

The Oswestry club won the JD Cymru Premier 2020/21 Fair Play Award for their endeavours last season.

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup qualifier between Wales and Belarus in Cardiff on Saturday the club received official recognition.

Veteran goalkeeper Paul Harrison represented the Oswestry club in receiving the trophy in front of 450 people during the pre-match hospitality in the Ricoh Suite at the Cardiff City Stadium.

With the trophy being presented in pre-match hospitality ahead of such a high profile international fixture it was an opportunity to create an awareness of the domestic game among the wider Welsh footballing public.

Fittingly club stalwart Harrison was the man chosen to receive the accolade having made his 450th league start the previous week in the club's 1-0 defeat at Aberystwyth Town.

Meanwhile the Saints will take on Bala Town at Maes Tegid on Friday, December 3 in a streamed only fixture.

The match is the first of the latest S4C live matches to be confirmed by the Welsh language broadcast partner.

The mid Wales derby between Aberystwyth Town and Newtown will also be a streamed only fixture on Friday, December 10.

However the Saints return to the screen on Saturday, December 18 when Penybont visit Park Hall.

The fixture against Rhys Griffiths' in-form Bridgend-based side will be both streamed and feature on the S4C schedule with the match kicking off at 5.15pm.