Welsh Premier League & non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League

Welsh Premier League

Championship Conference

Bangor City 1-4 The New Saints (Sat): The champions concluded their season with an 11th consecutive league win at Nantporth. Two goals in three first half minutes from Aeron Edwards and a Michael Johnston own goal put the visitors in control. Les Davies pulled a goal back for Bangor at the start of the second half but substitute Alex Darlington scored twice for visitors.

Port Talbot Town 1-0 Airbus UK (Sat): Despite losing to a Dave Brooks goal, Airbus confirmed their place in next season's Europea League due to Bangor City's home defeat to The New Saints. Victory for Port Talbot secured fourth place and a home tie in the play-off semi-finals.

Prestatyn Town 2-1 Carmarthen Town (Sat): Prestatyn warmed up for next weekend's Welsh Cup final against Bangor City with their first league win since New Years Day. Dave Hayes gave the home side the lead on six minutes before Geoff Kellaway levelled for Carmarthen. Anthony Stephens scored Prestatyn's winner with 16 minutes remaining. Should Prestatyn fail to secure a Europa League spot through the Welsh Cup they will be at home to Carmarthen in the play-off semi-final.

Play-off Conference

Bala Town 1-0 Gap Connah's Quay (Sat): Mark Connolly's header with a minute remaining secured victory over Gap Connah's Quay and earn Bala a 10th successive victory in the Welsh Premier League. The sides will meet again in the end of season Europa League play-offs.

Newtown 0-1 Afan Lido (Sat): Bottom side Afan Lido ended a disappointing season on a high note as Chris Hartland's goal 12 minutes from time secured victory at Latham Park and deny the home side a play-off spot. Afan Lido will be relegated if Haverfordwest County achieve promotion from the Welsh League.

Blue Square Bet North

Colwyn Bay 1-0 Gloucester City (Sat): John McKenna scored the only goal of the game in the first half as Colwyn Bay beat Gloucester City and avoid relegation from the Blue Square Bet North. Frank Sinclair's side survive after winning their final six games in the space of 15 days, with Corby the final side to be relegated along with Droylsden and Hinckley United.

The Evo-Stik League Southern - Division One South & West

Yate Town 0-3 Merthyr Town (Sat): Merthyr Town will host Swindon Supermarine in semi-finals of the play-offs after they completed the regular season with victory at Yate Town.

Women's Welsh Premier League

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies6-0 Caernarfon Town Women

Llandudno Junction Ladies0-2 Llanidloes Ladies FC

Swansea City Ladies FC 1-1 Newcastle Emlyn Ladies

Wrexham Ladies FC 0-2 Cardiff City

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