TNS have released six players ahead of the new JD Cymru Premier season.

Josh Bailey, Morgan Daykin, Alex Denny, Dean Ebbe, Jeanny Leblanc-Akpo and Lewis Rees depart Park Hall after not being offered new contracts.

Meanwhile Lois Robles turned down a new deal to move to JD Cymru Premier rivals Newtown.

Winger Adam Roscrow, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Cardiff Met, remains available for transfer or loan with the ex-Wimbledon player’s Park Hall career never really taking off after his switch.

Meanwhile Paul Harrison has retired following a glittering career with the Oswestry club but will begin his coaching career alongside Connor Roberts in developing the club’s goalkeepers of the future.

Ryan Astles, Ash Baker, Louis Bradford, Ben Clark, Beau Cornish and Blaine Hudson have each agreed to deals for the forthcoming campaign and join Ryan Brobbel, Jake Canavan, Adrian Cieslewicz, Danny Davies, Keston Davies, Chris Marriott, Declan McManus, Danny Redmond, Connor Roberts, Jon Routledge, Leo Smith and Jordan Williams in committing to the cause.

Meanwhile the Saints have also promoted a host of players from its scholarship programme to senior squad duties.

Josh Beamond, Rhys Edwards, Nick Grogan, Billy Kirkman, Josh Lock, Ellis Turner, Reece Warder, Tom Williams and Ben Woollam have all agreed terms.

Meanwhile tickets are now on sale ahead of the UEFA Champions League first qualifying round first leg against Linfield on Tuesday, July 5 at Park Hall.

First priority on purchasing tickets will be given to season ticket holders, before the sale is then opened up to official club members and registered players and their families.

Once this part of the sale has been completed, the remaining tickets will then be opened up for general sale.

The prices for the various types of tickets are £15 for general tickets; £20 for silver hospitality including pre-match cold buffet and £30 for gold hospitality including a two-course pre-match meal and viewing access from the balcony.