Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Saturday, 16 April

Championship Conference

Newtown 3-2 Gap Connah's Quay: Connah's Quay's top two hopes disappeared as hat-trick hero Jason Oswell scored twice to secure a late comeback for Newtown at Latham Park.

Nathan Woolfe had given the visitors a first minute lead before Oswell's first equaliser. Paul Linwood put Connah's Quay back ahead with 13 minutes remaining but Oswell's double in the last nine minutes ended Connah's Quay outside top two dreams. Connah's Quay day got worse when goalscorer Callum Morris was red carded in the fifth minutes of added-on time.

Airbus UK Broughton 3-2 New Saints: Airbus UK enjoyed victory over the league champions thanks to James Murphy's winner.

Two goals for Chris Budrys gave the hosts a flying start, as Ryan Edwards in the first period and Christian Seargeant in the second replied for New Saints.

Bala Town 0-0 MBi Llandudno: Honours even at Maes Tegid and it remains as you were between the sides in second and third. Bala will take a two point cushion into the final game of the season in the battle to confirm European football.

Play-Off Conference

Carmarthen Town 1-0 Aberystwyth Town: Kieran Lewis' winner three minutes into added-on time puts Carmarthen into driving seat for seventh place and a coveted play-off shot for Europa League football.

Haverfordwest County 1-1 Rhyl: The Welsh Premier's bottom two ground out a score draw as Sam Roden rescued Haverfordwest a point after Dan Gossett had given the visitors a half-time lead. Rhyl had Zac Corbett sent off with 20 minutes remaining.

Both clubs still wait to discover whether they will remain in the Welsh Premier League next season as they could both be spared relegation if other clubs' domestic licence appeals are refused.

Port Talbot Town 1-1 Bangor City: Bangor came from behind to secure a point in their push for a Europa League play-off place against a Port Talbot side that has faced a difficult few weeks.

Port Talbot had taken a fifth minute lead thanks to Jamie Latham's strike but Sion Edwards saved City.

Now Port Talbot face a tough period as, despite the fact they will finish outside the bottom two, they could be relegated after having their application for a FAW domestic licence next season rejected and the Welsh FA are also investigating suspicious betting patterns following the Seasiders' 5-0 defeat to Rhyl last week.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 16 April

Colwyn Bay 3-0 Sutton Coldfield Town

Tuesday, 19 April

Ramsbottom United 2-2 Colwyn Bay

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 16 April

Weymouth 3-0 Merthyr Town

Tuesday, 19 April

Chesham United 0-1 Merthyr Town

FAW Women's Cup Final

Sunday, 17 April

MBi Llandudno Ladies 2-5 Cardiff City Women: Shannon Evans scored a hat-trick as Cardiff City Women secured the FAW Women's Cup with victory in the final in Newtown.

Women's Welsh Premier League

Sunday, 17 April

Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies 0-5 Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies

Newcastle Emlyn 0-4 PILCS

Port Talbot 1-2 Cyncoed