Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League


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Top 6

Airbus UK Broughton 2-1 Rhyl: Airbus beat Rhyl to join The New Saints at the top of the League. An early own-goal by Ryan Astle and a Chris Budrys header gave the Wingmen an early advantage, but Steve Lewis struck just before the interval to make for an interesting second half. The result takes Airbus a step closer to European football.


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Top 6

Carmarthen Town 0-1 Bangor City: Les Davies' 59th minute goal was enough for Bangor City to secure victory at Carmarthen to boost their hopes of securing European football next season.

Newtown 1-2 The New Saints: Michael Wilde's two goals saw leaders New Saints maintain their lead at the top of the Welsh Premier League. Wilde scored the opener after 12 minutes and added a second early in the second half. Newtown pulled a goal back through Luke Boundford's header.

Bottom 6

Afan Lido 0-5 Bala Town: Bala's Mark Connolly scored a hat-trick as bottom side Afan Lido suffered a second consecutive heavy defeat at the Marston's Stadium. Connolly's hat-trick and goals from Ian Sheridan and Stu Jones secured Bala's sixth straight win.

Gap Connah's Quay 3-0 Aberystwyth Town: Connah's Quay secured a vital win in their bid to avoid relegation with a deserved victory over Aberystwyth. Luke Holden, Gary O'Toole and Mike Hayes scored for Connah's Quay, who are a point behind 10th placed Prestatyn with a game in hand.

Port Talbot Town 2-0 Prestatyn Town: Former Swansea City striker Guillem Bauza opened the scoring for Port Talbot before Gethin Jones sealed the victory five minutes after the break.

Skrill North

Harrogate Town 2-2 Colwyn Bay

Calor Division One South & West

Bishops Cleeve 1-0 Merthyr Town


Shared Access Welsh Premier Womens League

Aberystwyth Town Ladies 1-0 Caernarfon Town Ladies

Cardiff City FC Women 2-1 Wrexham Ladies

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies 2-1 Swansea City Ladies

Llanidloes Ladies 2-2 Llandudno Junction Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies 0-4 PILCS Ladies FC

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