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Friday, 11 October

Cefn Druids 1-2 Newtown: Cefn Druids' poor run of form continued as Newtown boosted their bid to reach the top six with victory at The Rock. Goals within the opening 12 minutes from Nick Rushton and Alex Fletcher put Chris Hughes' side in control with James Davies scoring a late consolation for Druids, who have now gone seven games without a win.

Saturday, 12 October

Aberystwyth Town 2-2 Cardiff Met: The visitors twice hit back to earn a draw at Aberystwyth. Paulo Mendes opened for the hosts with Eliot Evans levelling before Ryan Wollacott struck. Mael Davies equalised to leave sixth-placed Cardiff Met unbeaten while Aberystwyth sit eighth in the table.

Bala Town 2-1 Carmarthen Town: Bala rose to third in the table as Carmarthen remained the only side still seeking their first win of the season and with Danny Thomas in charge for the time being, they remain bottom of the table. Louis Robles put Bala ahead and after Josh Bull hit back, Chris Venables scored the winner.

Barry Town United P-P Penybont: The match has been postponed as two Barry players - George Ratcliffe and Sion Spence - have been called up to the Wales Under-21 Squad.

The New Saints 6-2 Airbus UK Broughton: Greg Draper scored four times as Saints ended a three-game run of defeats by hammering Airbus to climb to second in the table. Dean Ebbe's opener was followed by Draper hitting the next four, including a penalty. George Peers got one back for Airbus and after Chris Marriott added Saints' sixth, Peers struck again.

Tuesday, 15 October

Connah's Quay Nomads 4-2 Caernarfon Town: Connah's Quay Nomads came out on top of a six-goal encounter with Caernarfon on Tuesday night. Michael Wilde opened the scoring for Nomads but less than 60 seconds later Danny Brookwell had equalised. Declan Poole and Jamie Insall restored Nomads' lead but Caernarfon's Sion Bradley pulled one back with 30 minutes remaining. But Insall's second of the game after 66 minutes ensured the hosts remain in second.

BetVictor Southern League Premier Division South

Saturday, 12 October

Merthyr Town 2-0 Blackfield & Langley

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