Welsh Cup, Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

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JD Welsh Cup Fourth Round

Friday, 5 February

Gap Connah's Quay 4-1 Buckley Town: Gap Connah's Quay booked their place in the fifth round with a comfortable win over Flintshire rivals Buckley Town of the Cymru Alliance. Two goals from Callum Morris after Robbie Parry had scored the opener gave Nomads a 3-0 interval lead. Jay Crowther added a fourth for Andy Morrison's side before Dave Bryan netted a consolation for Buckley.

Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Friday, 5 February

Play-Off Conference

Carmarthen P-P Haverfordwest County: The match was postponed for a second time after heavy rain caused a waterlogged pitch at Richmond Park. Game re-arranged for 4 March.

JD Welsh Cup

Saturday, 6 February

Cwmbran Celtic P-P Goytre: Game will be played on Saturday, 13 February.

Afan Lido P-P Cardiff Met University: Re-arranged for Wednesday, 10 February, kick-off: 19:30 GMT

Guilsfield P-P Airbus UK Broughton: Re-arranged for Wednesday, 10 February.

Holyhead Hotspur 1-3 Bala Town: Nathan Burke scored to give Bala the lead, but Mike Kelly equalised for Hotspur amid difficult conditions at the New Oval. But late goals from Mike Hayes and Mark Jones secured Bala's place in the last eight.

Newtown 6-0 Cefn Druids: The tie was over as a contest after just 12 minutes following goals from Jason Oswell, Luke Boundford and Matty Owen. Last year's beaten finalists extended their lead through Matty Cook's deflected free-kick and a fifth from Neil Mitchell, who scored the only goal of the second half.

Port Talbot Town 3-0 Caerau Ely: Martin Rose gave Port Talbot the lead from the penalty spot after six minutes in a match which was delayed because of the weather conditions. Rose added a second in the second half and Joe Clarke sealed victory over Welsh League side.

Barry Town 2-5 New Saints: Greg Draper scored after just three minutes to give holders New Saints the lead over old adversaries Barry Town. But Jordan Cotterill, cousin of Wales winger David, equalised before Drew Fahiya put them in front. But Draper scored his second to equalise with goals from Aeron Edwards, Chris Marriott and a Ryan Evans own goal sealing Saints' spot in the last eight.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 6 February

Colwyn Bay P-P Buxton

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 6 February

Merthyr Town P-P Chippenham Town

FAW Womens Cup Quarter Finals

Sunday, 7 February

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies 0-1 Cardiff City FC Women

Cwmbran Celtic Ladies P-P MBi Llandudno Ladies

Denbigh Town Ladies P-P Gap Northop Hall

Port Talbot Town Ladies P-P Swansea City Ladies

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