Welsh Premier League & non-league round up

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JD Welsh Premier League

Friday, 16 February

Championship Conference

Bangor City 1-0 Connah's Quay Nomads: Anthony Miley's second half header was enough to give the home side victory despite huge spells of pressure from the visitors.

Michael Wilde, Declan Poole and Michael Bakare all had opportunities to equalise for the Nomads but a combination of poor finishing and superb defending retained Bangor's clean sheet.

Bangor draw level on points with the Nomads but the visitors stay in second place on goal difference.

Play-off Conference

Aberystwyth Town 1-1 Prestatyn Town: 10-man Prestatyn almost held on for a precious win against Aberystwyth but were denied late on by a late Geoff Kellaway goal.

After Damian Ketley had given Prestatyn a first-half lead, Zebb Edwards was shown red with just over half an hour remaining handing the home side a life-line.

Aberystwyth almost won it late on but Damian Allen flashed is shots inches wide of the post.

How things stand - Welsh Premier League table

Saturday, 17 February

Championship Conference

Cardiff Met 1-3 Cefn Druids: Cefn Druids broke their duck in the second phase as second half goals by Alec Mudimu and Neil Ashton earned them a win against the students. Chris Baker had cancelled out Mudimu's opening goal, but Druids took control after the break.

Play-off Conference

Llandudno 3-2 Carmarthen Town: Carmarthen failed to follow-up two consecutive wins as Marc Williams' last-minute goal gave victory to Llandudno. Goals by Danny Shaw and Matthew Williams gave Llandudno an 2-1 interval lead before Dwayne Coultress equalised with 28 minutes remaining. Liam Thomas had opened Carmarthen's account.

Newtown 1-2 Barry Town: The visitors took the points in a game which saw all the goals scored in the opening 18 minutes. Ryan Newman put Barry ahead before Nick Rushton equalised. Kayne McLaggon struck in the 18th minute to end the scoring.

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League

Saturday, 17 February

Merthyr Town 3-2 St Ives Town

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North

Saturday, 17 February

Goole 0-1 Colwyn Bay

Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League

Sunday, 18 February

Cardiff Met 2-0 Caldicot Town

Llandudno Ladies 0-4 Cyncoed Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies 7-3 Caernarfon Town Women

Rhyl Ladies 0-4 Cardiff City FC Women

Swansea City Ladies 1-1 Abergavenny Women

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