Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

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Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Friday, 14 April

Championship Conference

Bangor City 3-0 The New Saints: Champions New Saints suffered their third and heaviest league defeat of the season as Bangor avenged five previous defeats by Craig Harrison's side during the campaign. Second half goals from Henry Jones , former Wales international Daniel Nardiello and caretaker manager Gary Taylor-Fletcher secured the win.

Carmarthen Town 0-4 Cardiff Met: Cardiff Met ended a winless run of eight games with an impressive win at Carmarthen Town. Kyle McCarthy 's ninth minute penalty put the visitors ahead before setting up Will Evans for the second goal. Rhys Thomas and Elliot Evans scored in the second half to secure Met's first win of phase two.

Gap Connah's Quay 2-0 Bala Town: Gap Connah's Quay have secured their place in the next season's Europa League with victory over Bala Town which saw them replace The Lakesiders in second place. George Horan gave the home side the lead before Stuart Jones' own goal nine minutes from time sealed victory for Connah's Quay.

Play-Off Conference

Airbus UK Broughton 0-7 Newtown: Already relegated Airbus suffered their heaviest ever home league defeat at Newtown secured their place in the Europa League play-offs with a thumping win. Jason Oswell led the way with a hat-trick with Alex Fletcher, Kieran Mills-Evans, Shane Sutton and Ross Stephens also scoring.

Cefn Druids 3-2 Llandudno: Cefn Druids, who were promoted at the start of the season, secured their Welsh Premier League status with victory which finally ended Llandudno's Europa League play-off hopes. Two goals from Mike Pritchard either side of Lee Thomas's reply put Druids in control with Ashley Ruane adding a third with eight minutes remaining before Marc Williams' late consolation for the visitors.

Aberystwyth Town 4-0 Rhyl: Rhyl have been relegated after four seasons in the Welsh Premier League following defeat at fellow strugglers Aberystwyth Town in Good Friday's evening game. Former Rhyl striker John Owen and Luke Borrelli scored two goals apiece which sealed the Lilywhites fate and secure Aberystwyth's own safety.

Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division

Saturday, 15 April

Merthyr Town 2-0 St. Ives Town

Monday, 17 April

Redditch United 0-1 Merthyr Town

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North

Saturday, 15 April

Colwyn Bay 2-2 Farsley Celtic

Monday, 17 April

Trafford 2-1 Colwyn Bay

Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League

Sunday, 16 April

Cardiff Met Ladies 1-1 Abergavenny Women

Cyncoed Ladies 4-2 Llandudno Ladies FC

Port Talbot Town Ladies 2-3 Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies

Rhyl Ladies FC 4-0 Aberystwyth Town Ladies,

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