Welsh Premier & non-league round-up


JD Welsh Premier League

Friday 15 September

Bangor City A-A Connah's Quay Nomads: The match was abandoned after floodlight failure at the University Stadium, with Bangor leading though Laurence Wilson's 27th-minute goal. No date has yet been set for the game to be replayed.

Cefn Druids 2-2 Prestatyn Town: Nathan Peate rescued a point for Druids after Prestatyn had come from behind to lead. Ashley Ruane put the home side ahead after just five minutes, but the Seasiders led at half-time as they fought back though goals by Noah Edwards and Ben Maher.

Cardiff Metropolitan 0-0 The New Saints: The New Saints failed to knock Cardiff Met off the top of the WPL table as the Students held out for a draw at Cyncoed Campus. Llandudno could take over the lead on Saturday with a positive result at home to Barry Town.

Saturday 16 September

Llandudno FC 1-0 Barry Town United: Llandudno maintained their unbeaten start to the WPL to return to the top of the table thanks to Mike Williams' goal a minute into first half added time. They had dropped their first points of the season last weekend and facde a Barry side buoyed by a fine win over Newtown at Jenner Park.

Newtown AFC 4-0 Aberystwyth Town FC: Joe Kenton's second half brace settled the hosts' nerves after Neil Mitchell's early opener at Latham Park, leaving Aberystwyth point-less since the opening day of the season.

Bala Town 0-4 Carmarthen Town: This was considered a home banker for The Lakesiders against previously point-less Carmarthen. But the visitors had other ideas as goals from Kostya Georgievsky, Kieran Lewis, Dave Vincent and Liam Griffiths underlined.

Northern Premier League Division One North

Saturday 16 September

Clitheroe 1-3 Colywn Bay

FA Cup, second qualifying round

Saturday 16 September

Havant and Waterlooville 2-1 Merthyr Town