Whilst discipline has improved over recent matches with fewer bookings and no players sent off this calendar year so far the Lilywhites remain anchored to the bottom of the Fair Play Table for the Dafabet Welsh Premier League.
Indeed across the main feeder leagues in the Welsh Pyramid the team have picked up the most disciplinary points this season.
Fair Play table as of 31st January 2017
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Benefits of Fair Play
The aim of the FAW Fair Play Award is to encourage a reduction in on-field misconduct and promote the FAW Fair Play Code.
This intended to be achieved through the following areas:-
The FAW, players and their clubs have a duty to raise awareness of the Fair Play message for the good of Welsh football.
The good name of football has survived because the vast majority of people who love the game are honest and fair. Those who defend football’s good reputation deserve the recognition of the FAW.
As a result the FAW will honour and publicise these fine examples through the Fair Play Award.
The FAW will reward clubs who are making a significant contribution to improving the behavioural standards in football.
Through such collective responsibility the FAW aims to promote team play through Fair Play.
Full information is available on the FA Wales website
Link to FA Wales Fair Play details