Welsh Cup & non-League round-up

Welsh Premier League

Tenovus Welsh Cup


Saturday, 7 March

Aberystwyth Town 1-1 Airbus UK Broughton (AET - Airbus won 4-2 on penalties): Craig Williams gave the home side the lead early in extra time after a goalless 90 minutes but his strike was cancelled out by Ryan Wignall, who was sent-off two minutes later after receiving a second yellow card. Aberystwyth keeper Mike Lewis saved Tom Field's penalty before the game went into a shoot-out in which Rhydian Davies and Luke Sherbon missed their kicks for the home side.

Bangor City 1-2 Newtown AFC: Newtown, Welsh Cup winners in 1879 and 1895, came from behind to book their place in the semi-finals with victory at Bangor. Callum Morris gave the home side the lead but goals from Matthew Owen and Tom Goodwin saw Chris Hughes's side advance to the last four.

Gap Connah's Quay 0-1 The New Saints: Holders The New Saints are through to the semi-finals after Scott Quigley's first half goal secured victory at Deeside Stadium.

Sunday, 8 March

Carmarthen Town 1-2 Rhyl: First-half goals from Mark Cadwallader and Ashley Ruane sent Rhyl into the semi-finals, despite a late rally by Carmarthen that saw Cortez Belle pull a goal back.

Semi-Final draw:

Airbus UK Broughton v The New Saints

Newtown AFC v Rhyl FC

Matches to be played on weekend 4-5 April

Conference North


Oxford City 3-1 Colwyn Bay

Southern Football Division One South & West


AFC Totton 1-5 Merthyr Town

Womens Welsh Premier League


Cardiff City FC Women 2-0 Cwmbran Celtic Ladies

PILCS Ladies FC 3-1Aberystwyth Town Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies 5-1 Newcastle Emlyn Ladies

Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies 0-2 Llandudno Ladies FC

Wrexham Ladies P-P Swansea City Ladies