Welsh Premier & non-league round-up
JD Welsh Premier League
Friday, 20 October
Prestatyn Town 4-2 Bangor City: Jack Kenny scored the hosts' first and last goals as they bounced back from a 6-1 hammering by he New Saints while adding to Bangor's misery. The visitors led after Dean Rittenberg and Steven Hewitt replied to Kenny's opener, but after Reece Fairhurst levelled, Kenny sealed victory in the 90th minute. Bangor had hoped to recover from their 2-0 loss to Cardiff Met
Aberystwyth Town 1-2 The New Saints: Neville Powell's Aberystwyth were condemned to defeat by Greg Draper's brace after Declan Walker opened the scoring for the hosts. After getting their first win of the season against Llandudno, Aberystwyth hoped for another boost, but The New Saints carried on where they left off in their 6-1 win over Prestatyn Town to win again.
Saturday, 21 October
Cefn Druids 0-0 Carmarthen Town: Strugglers Carmarthen earned a point at The Rock to deny Cefn Druids another win after they scored three against Barry last time out. A late goal from Connah's Quay denied Mark Aizlewood's side in their last game.
Cardiff Metropolitan 2-0 Newtown AFC: The Students followed their thrilling comeback win over Bangor last weekend with a good win in awful conditions as Adam Roscrow scored both their goals. He struck from the penalty spot in the opening period and sealed victory with a header after the break to leave Newtown winless in in five WPL games.
Bala Town 2-0 Barry Town United: If Colin Caton's Lakesiders felt confident after beating Newtown at Latham Park, it was justified as Les Davies struck twice in the opening quarter to send Barry home in defeat.
Connah's Quay Nomads 1-1 Llandudno: The hosts are unbeaten in five games after Nathan Wolfe's early opener for them was cancelled out by Danny Hughes after the break. Andy Morrison's Nomads have won three of those matches in their most consistent run so far this term. Alan Morgan's Seasiders have now winless in their last five on the bounce after avoiding defeat in their first five, but losing to Aberystwyth was surely a low for the campaign.
Evo-Stik Premier Division
Hitchin Town 2-0 Merthyr Town
Northern Premier League Division One North
Radcliffe Borough 2-1 Colwyn Bay
Tuesday, 24 October
Nathaniel MG Cup quarter-finals
Airbus UK Broughton 0-2 Connahs Quay Nomads
Barry Town United 0-2 Cardiff Metropolitan
Carmarthen Town 0-2 Newtown
The New Saints 2-0 Caernarfon Town