Welsh Premier League & non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League

Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League

Friday

Cefn Druids 0-1 Bala Town: Mark Connolly's header a minute before half-time secured three points for Bala at The Rock to put the Lakesiders top of the Welsh Premier League table.

Aberystwyth Town 1-1 Gap Connah's Quay: Sean Miller gave Gap Connah's Quay, who had on loan Steve Evans making his debut, the lead away to Aberystwyth. But Chris Venables denied the visitors their first win of the season to maintain Aberystwyth's unbeaten start.

Saturday

Carmarthen Town 1-1 Newtown: Carmarthen and Newtown shared the spoils at Richmond Park. Neil Mitchell gave the visitors the lead with his first goal of the season only for Ceri Morgan to equalise a minute before half-time.

Prestatyn Town 0-2 Airbus UK Broughton: Andy Preece's Airbus maintained their unbeaten start to the season with victory at Bastion Gardens. Tom Field scored the opener from the penalty spot after Mike Pearson had been fouled before Glenn Rule's second half header secured the win.

The New Saints 2-0 Port Talbot Town: Champions The New Saints returned to the top of the Welsh Premier League table following a home win over Port Talbot. Alex Darlington scored from the penalty spot five minutes before the break. Greg Draper sealed the win with 19 minutes of the game remaining.

Sunday

Rhyl 3-2 Bangor City: Aaron Bowen scored a hat-trick as Rhyl came back from 2-0 down to secure their first win of the season against Bangor City. Neville Powell's Bangor, who were also seeking their first win of the season, were leading 2-0 at the interval through goals from Iolo Hughes and Les Davies. But Bowen's second half hat-trick secured a much needed win for Greg Strong's side.

Conference North

Saturday

Colwyn Bay 0-0 North Ferriby United

Womens Welsh Premier League

Sunday

Cardiff City FC Women P-P PILCS Ladies

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies 10-0 Aberystwyth Town Ladies

Llandudno Ladies 2-0 Wrexham Ladies

Newcastle Emlyn Ladies 5-1 Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies

Swansea City Ladies P-P Cwmbran Celtic Ladies

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