Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

Cardiff Met Ladies win their third successive Welsh Premier League title

Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Saturday, 23 April

Championship Conference

Airbus UK Broughton 2-2 Newtown: Chris Budrys's header gave Welsh Cup finalists the lead before Shane Sutton levelled for Newtown, who took the lead seven minutes before the break through Matty Owen. But top-scorer Tony Gray equalised in the second half for Airbus, who face New Saints in the Welsh Cup final on 2 May.

Gap Connah's Quay 0-1 Bala Town: Bala secured second spot and a place in next season's Europa League qualifiers with victory at Deeside Stadium. Lee Hunt scored the only goal of the game, his 200th career goal in the Welsh Premier, converting from the penalty spot after he was fouled. Connah's Quay finished fourth, their highest ever league position.

MBi Llandudno 1-5 The New Saints: Champions New Saints finished the season in style as Adrian Cieslewicz scored a hat-trick in their victory at Llandudno. Aeron Edwards and Robbie Parry also scored for New Saints, who will complete a domestic treble for a second season if they beat Airbus UK in the Welsh Cup final. That would also mean third-place Llandudno qualifying automatically for next season's Europa League.

Play-Off Conference

Aberystwyth Town 4-0 Bangor City: Chris Venables' 15 minute second half hat-trick saw Aberystwyth mark Ian Hughes' final game as manager with a comprehensive win over play-off chasing Bangor at Park Avenue. Ross Stephens also scored for the home side, who finished eighth. They will also feature in the play-offs if Airbus win the Welsh Cup final.

Port Talbot Town 2-0 Haverfordwest County: Port Talbot bid farewell to Welsh Premier League following their demotion as first half goals from Marley Bishop-Wisdom and Luke Bowen secured victory over bottom side Haverfordwest.

Rhyl 1-0 Carmarthen Town: Luke Wandless' goal secured victory for Rhyl, who are likely to be spared relegation after Port Talbot's bid for a FAW domestic licence was rejected. Despite defeat at Belle Vue, Carmarthen finished seventh and are guaranteed a play-off spot.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 23 April

Grantham Town 0-0 Colwyn Bay

Integro Doodson League Cup Semi Final

Tuesday, 26 April

Marine v Colwyn Bay, 19:45 BST

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 23 April

Merthyr Town 2-0 Slough Town

Women's Welsh Premier League

Sunday, 24 April

Cardiff City FC Women 11-0 Newcastle Emlyn Ladies

MBi Llandudno Ladies 3-10 Cwmbran Celtic Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies 0-1 Swansea City Ladies

Tuesday, 26 April

MBi Llandudno Ladies v Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies, 19:30 BST

Thursday 28 April

Cwmbran Celtic Ladies v Newcastle Emlyn Ladies, 18:30 BST

Women's Welsh Premier League Cup

Thursday 28 April

PILCS Ladies v Swansea City Ladies, 19:30 BST