Welsh Premier & non-League round-up
Friday, 27 March
The New Saints 4-2 Newtown AFC: Champions The New Saints overcame having a man sent off and going two goals behind to claim victory over Newtown. Jason Oswell gave the visitors a surprise lead before Saints' Christian Seargeant was shown red for deliberate handball, with Matty Owen extending Newtown's lead from the penalty spot. But Greg Draper then took centre stage for the home side, banging in all four of their goals in a thrilling comeback.
Saturday, 28 March
Bala Town 4-1 Port Talbot Town: Bala Town maintained their hold on second place with a comfortable home win against Port Talbot at Maes Tegis. Ian Sheridan opened the scoring before Conall Murtagh doubled their advantage on the stroke of half time. Mark Jones scored a third nine minutes into the second half only for Luke Bowen to reply for Port Talbot a minute later. But Jones sealed the win with his second of the game on 69 minutes.
Carmarthen Town 5-2 Prestatyn Town: Already relegated Prestatyn Town took an early lead through Jack Lewis but Carmarthen levelled when Liam Thomas scored from the penalty spot after James Stead was sent off for a handball offence. Jordan Wells and Ceri Morgan made it 3-0 and Prestatyn ended the half with nine men after Ross Weaver was sent off. Dave Hayes reduced the deficit but Thomas scored his second of the game to complete Carmarthen's victory.
Cefn Druids 0-2 Bangor City: Neville Powell's Bangor City moved out of the relegation zone and above Cefn Druids after a crucial 2-0 win at The Rock. Leon Clowes gave the visitors the lead on 33 minutes before Les Davies sealed the win late on.
Rhyl 1-2 Gap Connah's Quay: Goals from Steve Evans and Alan Bull saw Nomads lead 2-0 at the interval at the Belle Vue with Ashley Ruane replying for the home side in the second half.
Sunday, 29 March
Aberystwyth Town v Airbus UK Broughton
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance
Llandudno have secured promotion to the Welsh Premier League for the first time after clinching the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance League title.
Alan Morgan's side secured a 2-1 win at Penycae through goals from Marc Evans and James Joyce.
Colwyn Bay 1-0 Brackley Town: Colwyn Bay moved out of Conference North relegation as Rob Hopley's second half goal secured victory over fellow strugglers Brackley Town, who had former Bay manager Frank Sinclair in their side.
Southern Football Division One South & West
Sholing 0-1 Merthyr Town: The Martyrs only need another three points to clinch the league title after Ryan Prosser's goal secured victory at Sholing.
Welsh Premier Women's League Cup Final
PILCS 3-2 Swansea City
Women's Welsh Premier League
Cardiff City FC Women 4-0 Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies
Cwmbran Celtic Ladies FC P-P Aberystwyth Town Ladies
Newcastle Emlyn Ladies P-P Swansea City Ladies