Welsh Premier League round-up
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Llanelli 2-0 Carmarthen Town (Tue): Llanelli moved up to second as they heaped more misery on bottom side Carmarthen. A goal in each half from Chris Llewellyn and Rhys Griffiths, his 17th of the season, secured the victory.
Port Talbot Town 2-2 Bala Town (Tue): Port Talbot clawed back a two-goal deficit to secure a point against top-six rivals Bala. The visitors scored twice either side of half time through Lee Hunt and Marc Connolly. Martin Rose replied four minutes after Bala's second, and the striker scored again shortly afterwards to restore parity. Hunt was sent off towards the closing stages after collecting a second yellow card, but Port Talbot failed to make their advantage count.
Prestatyn Town 2-1 Newtown (Tue): Player-manager Neil Gibson scored an injury-time winner as Prestatyn came from a goal down at home to beat struggling Newtown. Steve Blenkinsop broke the deadlock after the break to put the visitors ahead, but goals from Darren Hughes and then Gibson gave the home side their first win in four games.
Bangor City 2-1 Airbus Broughton (Wed): Bangor leapfrogged Llanelli up to second place following victory at Farrar Road. Chris Jones gave the home side the lead after two minutes before Craig Whitfield levelled for the visitors nine minutes after half time but Les Davies sealed the win for Neville Powell's side on 76 minutes.
Neath 1-1 The New Saints (Wed): Leaders The New Saints came from behind to claim a draw at the Gnoll. Neath where ahead when Craig Hughes scored after 12 minutes. But the Saints were on level terms when Steve Evans equalised on 33 minutes.