WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
Bangor City 2-1 Bala Town (Fri): A Les Davies double inspired Bangor City to a comeback victory over Bala and guided Neville Powell's side back to the top of the Welsh Premier.
The reigning champions went behind to Rees Darlington's early strike but former Wales under-21 striker Davies scored twice either side of the break as Bangor bounced back from last week's defeat at Newtown.
But Bangor ended the match with 10 men as Chris Roberts was booked twice in added time of a game in which referee Bryn Markham-Jones handed out another eight yellow cards.
Afan Lido 3-2 Newtown (Sat): Carl Evans' late winner secured victory for Afan Lido over a struggling Newtown side that ended the game with nine men.
Daniel Thomas gave the hosts an early lead before Steve Blenkinsop equalised for Newtown.
Former Cardiff midfielder Leon Jeanne put Afan Lido ahead before Nick Rushton levelled within 60 seconds before Evans' clincher four minutes from time.
Then Newtown had defenders Max Penk and Jermaine Johnson sent off in injury time.
Airbus 3-1 Carmarthen (Sat): Airbus came from behind to consign bottom club Carmarthen Town to another Welsh Premier defeat.
Tim Hicks gave the visitors a first minute lead but two goals in three minutes from Craig Whitfield Ian Sheridan turned the game on its head before Sheridan sealed it with his second six minutes from time.
Aberystwyth 1-1 The New Saints (Sat): The New Saints failed to regain top spot in the Welsh Premier as they were held at struggling Aberystwyth.
Geoff Kellaway gave the hosts the lead before Greg Draper equalised for TNS as they stayed in second placed.
Llanelli 3-2 Prestatyn Town (Sun): Llanelli have returned to the top of the table after Craig Williams scored two goals in three minutes at Stebonheath.
Former Wales international Jason Bowen had given the home side the lead on 6 minutes before Paul O'Neill levelled for Prestatyn five minutes before half time.
Williams restored Llanelli's lead on 51 minutes before scoring a second two minutes later. Ross Stephens scored a consolation for the visitors in injury time.
Neath P-P Port Talbot (Sun): The match at the Gnoll was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE
Merthyr Town P-P Ilfracombe Town