Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League
Friday, 13 February
Bangor City 5-3 Cefn Druids: Goals from Phil Marsh and Derek Taylor gave Cefn Druids a 2-0 lead at Nantporth but two goals in two minutes from Sion Edwards and Ryan Edwards saw Bangor level at the interval. Sion Edwards gave Bangor the lead for the home side with Ryan Edwards scoring a second with 14 minutes remaining. Sam Hart made it 5-2 in stoppage time and there was enough time remaining for Taylor to score a third for Druids.
Saturday, 14 February
Airbus UK Broughton 3-2 Aberystwyth Town: Tom Field scored two late goals to complete a hat-trick as Airbus came back to securd a valuable victory over top six rivals Aberystwyth at the Airfield. Chris Venables, who would later be sent-off, opened the scoring for the visitors from the penalty before Field equalised with a spot kick of his own. Stuart Jones restored Aber's lead with eight minutes remaining only for Field to strike twice in the final stages.
Gap Connah's Quay 1-1 Rhyl: Mark Cadwallader's late penalty earned Rhyl a point at the Deeside Stadium after Apai Ukuno had given Connah's Quay an interval lead.
Newtown AFC 0-0 The New Saints: Leaders The New Saints were held to a goalless draw by Newtown, who missed a second half penalty. Saints keeper Paul Harrison was sent-off hauling down Jason Oswell but Craig Williams' resultant penalty was saved by substitute keeper Chris Mullock.
Port Talbot Town 1-3 Bala Town: Ryan Valentine was among the scorers as Bala Town moved up to second with victory at Port Talbot. Ian Sheridan and Connall Murtagh from the penalty spot were also on target for the Lakesiders before Luke Bowen scored a late consolation for the home side.
Prestatyn Town 1-1 Carmarthen Town: Bottom club Prestatyn Town gained a deserved point against Carmarthen Town. Cortez Belle scored for the home side on 16 minutes but Mike Parker struck in stoppage time for the home side.
Colwyn Bay 0-2 Worcester City
Southern Football Division One South & West
Merthyr Town 2-1 Taunton Town