Welsh Premier League & non-League round-up
Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League
Aberystwyth Town 2-1 Airbus UK Broughton: Tom Field's 61st minute penalty for Airbus cancelled out Geoff Kellaway's 28th minute goal for the home side. Ryan Batley was sent off for Town a minute later, but 10-man Aberystwyth took the lead on 63 minutes through Chris Venables.
Cefn Druids 1-3 Carmarthen Town: David Brooks had given Cefn Druids the lead just before half-time before Lee Healey and Luke Prosser fired the visitors in front. Chris Lynskey saw red on 78 minutes for Druids for two bookable offences, before Sacha Walters' 85th minute goal sealed the win for Carmarthen.
Gap Connah's Quay 0-1 Bala Town: Stephen Brown scored the only goal of the game after 62 minutes to give Bala victory. It leaves the home side still searching for a league win this season.
Port Talbot Town 0-1 Bangor City: Martin Rose's second-half double helped Port Talbot to victory. He fired Town in front with 22 minutes to go from the penalty spot before sealing the win on 90 minutes, leaving Bangor bottom of the table.
The New Saints 6-0 Prestatyn Town: Kai Edwards fired leaders The New Saints into a seventh minute lead before Mike Wilde's brace made it 3-0 at the break. Former Wrexham winger Adrian Cieslewicz, Alex Darlington and Steve Marriott continued the scoring, as TNS extended their advantage at the top.
Rhyl 2-2 Newtown: Neil Mitchell and Jason Oswell gave the visitors a half-time lead with two goals in five minutes, after Aaron Bowen had put Rhyl in front on 29 minutes. But Liam Dawson netted 14 minutes from time to earn the home side a point.
FA Cup Third Qualifying Round
Colwyn Bay 1-1 Warrington Town (Replay on Tuesday, 14 October)
Southern Football Division One South & West
Taunton Town 2-4 Merthyr Town
Women's Welsh Premier League
Cardiff City FC Women 2-1 Llandudno Ladies FC
Newcastle Emlyn Ladies 5-0 Aberystwyth Town Ladies
PILCS Ladies FC 8-0 Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies
Port Talbot Town Ladies 1-4 Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies
Wrexham Ladies 3-3 Cwmbran Celtic Ladies FC