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Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Tuesday, 5 January

Bala Town 2-1 Carmarthen Town: Bala's comeback win ensured their place in the top six when the league splits in two at the halfway point of the season on 16 January.

Mark Jones gave the visitors a 38th-minute lead with a header, but goals from Ian Sheridan and Lee Hunt in nine minutes early in the second half gave Bala the points, moving them up to third in the table. Carmarthen, currently seventh, can still reach the top six if they beat Rhyl in their remaining fixture of the first phase and if other results go their way.

Saturday, 2 January

Carmarthen Town 0-0 Port Talbot Town: Carmarthen climbed to seventh in the table with a goalless draw against struggling Port Talbot. The visitors came closest to breaking the deadlock when Joe Clarke struck the post in the first half.

Friday, 1 January

Aberystwyth Town 1-2 Haverfordwest County: Haverfordwest remain bottom of the table despite securing their first win since October. Luke Borrelli scored twice for Wayne Jones's side at Park Avenue, after Stuart Jones had levelled for the home side.

Airbus UK Broughton 3-2 Gap Connah's Quay: Ian Kearney set the home side on their way with a goal in the first minute before Robert Parry levelled for Nomads. Paul Linwood put the visitors ahead but late goals from James Murphy and Tony Gray secured victory for Airbus, who are third.

Bala Town 0-0 Rhyl FC: Bala Town slipped down to fourth after they were held to a goalless draw by struggling Rhyl at Maes Tegid.

Bangor City 0-3 MBi Llandudno: Llandudno have guaranteed their place in the top six for the second half of the season with an impressive victory at Bangor. Man of the match Marc Williams opened the scoring before Danny Hughes and former Bangor striker Alan Bull secured the win.

The New Saints 4-1 Newtown AFC: Mike Wilde scored his 150th goal for league leaders New Saints, as they maintained their unbeaten run. Adrian Cieslewicz, Jamie Mullan and Ryan Edwards also scored for the champions. Jamie Mullan replied for Newtown before Wilde's landmark goal.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 2 January

Workington 1-2 Colwyn Bay

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 2 January

Redditch United 3-1 Merthyr Town

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