Welsh Premier/non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League

Afan Lido 1-0 Carmarthen (Fri): Liam McCreesh's early strike consigned struggling Carmarthen to their fourth successive away defeat this season.

Bangor City 4-0 Newtown (Fri): Alan Bull scored twice as defending champions Bangor City kept the pressure on the leaders with a comfortable win over bottom-of-the-table Newtown.

Mark Smyth and Chris Jones had given the hosts a two-goal advantage inside 22 minutes before Bull's brace secured success.

Llanelli 2-0 Port Talbot (Fri): Goals from Chris Venables and Rhys Griffiths fired Llanelli, albeit for a night, as the Reds eased past Port Talbot.

Airbus UK 1-2 The New Saints (Sat): Chris Seargeant scored a stoppage-time winner as The New Saints moved to the top pf the table following their first win at Broughton for five years. Alex Darlington had given the visitors the lead on 77 minutes before Mike Hayes equalised two minutes later only for Seargeant to score a late winner.

Aberystwyth Town 1-3 Prestatyn Town (Sun): Wyn Thomas was sent-off as Aberystwyth crashed to defeat at home to Prestatyn. Player-manager Neil Gibson gave Prestatyn the lead with a diving header on 23 minutes. Thomas was sent off on 58 minutes after receiving his second yellow card but Lewis Codling equalised for the home side two minutes later. However Mike Parker restored Prestatyn's lead before Steve Rogers added a third goal in the last minute.

Neath 4-0 Bala Town (Sun): Neath moved up to second in the table following victory over Bala at the Gnoll. The home side were 2-0 ahead after 11 minutes thanks to goals from Luke Bowen and Craig Hughes. Bowen scored his second on 60 minutes before Lee Trundle wrapped up the win with Neath's fourth six minutes later.


Colwyn Bay 0-0 Solihull Moors (Sat):


Slimbridge AFC 3-2 Merthyr Town (Sat):