WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
Port Talbot 1-2 Neath (Fri): Neath came from behind to beat local rivals Port Talbot and move to the top of the Welsh Premier.
The hosts took a second minute lead when Sasha Walters scored but Neath fought back to win thanks to goals from Luke Bowen and Paul Fowler.
Newtown 2-1 Afan Lido (Sat): Shane Sutton's late winner earned Newtown their first home triumph this season.
Nick Rushton gave the hosts the lead before Andy Hill levelled for Afan Lido. But Sutton won it with nine minutes remaining.
The New Saints 3-2 Aberystwyth (Sat): Three goals in seven minutes fired TNS back to the Welsh Premier summit against struggling Aberystwyth.
Wyn Thomas opened the scoring for Town before Alex Darlington equalised for TNS two minutes before the breaks while Craig Jones Greg Draper scored twice in five minutes after the interval.
Lewis Codling gave Aber hope just after the hour but it proved a mere consolation.
Carmarthen 3-1 Airbus UK (Sat): Carmarthen wrapped up a comfortable win over fellow strugglers Airbus before half-time as Tim Hicks scored from the spot.
Ryan Edwards gave the visitors the lead but Adam Worton's own goal gave Carmarthen hope and Nick Harrhy and Hicks completed the win.
Prestatyn Town 0-2 Llanelli (Sat): Llanelli kept up the pressure on the Welsh Premier leaders as Chris Venables and Rhys Griffiths scored late goals to win at mid-table Prestatyn.
Bala Town 1-2 Bangor City (Sun): Mark Smyth's winner ensured champions Bangor maintained the pressure on the Welsh Premier's top three.
Les Davies opened the scoring for the visitors before Lee Hunt's penalty in injury-time at the end of the first-half drew Bala level.
But Smyth's clincher meant Bangor leapfrogged Bala into fourth in the league.
FA CUP SECOND ROUND QUALIFYING
Stocksbridge Park Steels 3-1 Colwyn Bay (Sat):