THREE players reached Welsh Premier milestones in last weekend’s games.
Newi Cefn Druids’ longest-serving player Aled Rowlands, who has played in every league game so far this season, notched his 250th appearance when the Ancients won 3-0 at home to Newtown. In his youth the defender played for Wales under-18s against Scotland, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Austria.
Former Druid Steve Rogers made his 200th appearance when Welshpool Town beat visitors Haverfordwest County 2-1. The striker has also played for TNS, Caersws, Newtown and Oswestry Town.
Meanwhile, Llanelli’s Wyn Thomas reached 300 games in his side’s win over Connah’s Quay Nomads.
The ex-Aberystwyth man, who played for Wales semi-pros last year, is the only Welsh Premier player to have played in Europe for three different clubs – Carmarthen, Haverfordwest and his current side.