Welsh Premier League & non-league round up


JD Welsh Premier League

Friday, 9 March

Championship Conference

Bangor City 1-2 Bala Town: Bala moved above Bangor into second place in the Welsh Premier League after coming from behind to win at the Bangor University Stadium.

Yves Zama gave Bangor the lead but Chris Venables' two goals secured victory for Colin Caton's side. Venables was denied a hat-trick when his penalty was saved by Matt Hall.

Play-off Conference

Carmarthen Town 0-1 Barry Town: Barry Town strengthened their grip on seventh spot as Drew Fahiya's 80th minute goal secured victory at Richmond Park.

Barry's win secured their Welsh Premier League status for next season while Carmarthen remain in the bottom two.

Llandudno 2-2 Prestatyn Town: James Stead's late penalty rescued a point for bottom of the table Prestatyn at Llandudno.

Myles Hart's header gave the visitors a first-half lead before second half goals from Sam Hart and Danny Shaw put Llandudno in control.

But Stead secured a draw from the penalty spot with two minutes remaining.

Saturday, 10 March

Championship Conference

Connah's Quay 2-1 Cefn Druids: Connah's Quay came from behind to beat Cefn Druids to move up to third in the table. Druids had been leading through Alec Mudimu's first half goal before Jay Owen and George Owen were sent off for the home side.

But Callum Morris equalised from the penalty spot with 15 minutes remaining, after Johnny Spittle had been fouled, before Michael Bakare scored the winner five minutes from time.

Cardiff Met 1-1 The New Saints: Two late goals saw each side go home with a point after a close match at Cyncoed.

Eliot Evans' 13th goal of the season looked to have clinched it for the university team just a few minutes from time.

But they could not hold on for the win, with Kevin Kauber netting his first goal for the Saints in the 93rd minute.

How things stand - Welsh Premier League table

Play-off Conference

Newtown 0-1 Aberystwyth Town: Aberystwyth are 11 points clear of the relegation zone after a narrow win in the mid Wales derby at Latham Park.

Joe Phillips scored the only goal of the game after an hour's play.

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League

Saturday, 10 March

Dorchester Town 1-2 Merthyr Town

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North

Saturday, 10 March

Colwyn Bay P-P Ossett Town

Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League

Sunday, 11 March

Abergavenny Women 1-0 Cardiff Met Ladies

FAW Women's Cup semi-final

Sunday, 11 March

Cardiff City FC Women 1-0 Cyncoed Ladies

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