Welsh Premier League & non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League

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Friday, 27 February

Cefn Druids 1-2 Rhyl: Ashley Ruane's late goal secured victory for Rhyl, who had taken the lead at The Rock through Mark Cadwallader before Tom Donegan levelled for Druids, who are two points clear of the relegation zone.

Bala Town 3-3 Aberystwyth Town: In the race for second place, Bala Town and Aberystwyth shared the points at Maes Tegis. Lee Hunt gave the Lakesiders a ninth minute lead before Geoff Kellaway equalised on 27 minutes. Mark Jones restored Bala's lead before Kellaway completed his hat-trick in the second half. But Will Bell rescued a point for Bala with a minute remaining.

Bangor City 4-0 Prestatyn Town: Bangor are within two points of safety after a crucial win over bottom of the table Prestatyn Town at Nantporth. Second half goals from Lee Healey, Callum Morris, Sion Edwards and Liam Caddick secured three vital points for Neville Powell's side.

Saturday, 28 February

Carmarthen Town 2-3 Gap Connah's Quay: Paul Fowler gave Carmarthen an early lead before Sacha Walters doubled their advantage on 23 minutes. Russell Courtney replied for Connah's Quay before the break before equalising in the second half. The visitors secured the win after Craig Hanford put the ball in his own net.

Port Talbot Town 4-0 Newtown AFC: Port Talbot raced into a 3-0 lead within the opening 30 minutes through a disputed Lee Surman header, Liam McCreesh and Martin Rose. Rose added a second in the second half before Newtown's Jason Oswell saw his late penalty saved by Steve Cann.

Sunday, 1 March

The New Saints 2-0 Airbus UK Broughton: The New Saints took a step closer to retaining the Welsh Premier League title with a 2-0 win at home against Airbus UK Broughton. Matty Williams opened the scoring after four minutes with Adrian Cieslewicz sealing the victory with his ninth goal of the season with five minutes remaining. The New Saints are now 17 points clear of second placed Bala Town, who they host at Park Hall on 13 March.

Conference North

Saturday

Colwyn Bay 1-5 Leamington

Southern Football Division One South & West

Saturday

Didcot Town 2-0 Merthyr Town

Womens Welsh Premier League

Sunday

Aberystwyth Town Ladies 2-3 Port Talbot Town Ladies

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies 0-0 Cardiff City FC Women

Cwmbran Celtic Ladies FC P-P PILCS Ladies FC

Newcastle Emlyn Ladies 0-5 Wrexham Ladies

Swansea City Ladies 5-2 Llandudno Ladies FC

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