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Friday, 1 November

Bala Town 4-0 Newtown: Louis Robles scored a hat-trick as Bala won comfortably at home against Newtown. Henry Jones had given the Lakesiders a 12th minutes lead and Colin Caton's Bala - who had Lassana Mendes sent-off - are fourth in the table while Newtown's top six were dealt a blow and they remain seventh.

Cardiff Met 1-1 Penybont: Kostya Georgievsky's injury time goal secured a vital point for Penybont, who remain in the relegation zone. Will Evans gave Met a first half lead but Christian Edwards' side have only won once in nine games but stay in the top six,

Connah's Quay Nomads 1-1 The New Saints: Mike Wilde's late goal against his former club rescued a point for Connah's Quay and maintained their unbeaten record. Dean Ebbe had given Saints a deserved lead in a feisty encounter at Deeside Stadium. Wilde's leveller was enough to see Nomads go above leaders Barry Town on goal difference while Saints are third.

Saturday, 2 November

Airbus UK Broughton 1-5 Aberystwyth Town: Andy Owens gave the Wingmakers the lead on seven minutes but Paulo Mendes and a stoppage time penalty from Steve Tomassen against his former club gave Aber a 2-1 half-time lead. Mendes scored his second early in the second half and after the home side had Liam Williams sent-off, Adam Hughes and Ryan Edwards sealed a comfortable win late on to leapfrog Airbus in the table.

Caernarfon Town 4-1 Barry Town United: Barry's unbeaten was ended in emphatic style by Caernarfon Town. Darren Thomas put the home side ahead after eight minutes but Kayne McLaggon levelled from the spot. But goals from Gruff John, Nathan Craig's penalty and a Curtis Watkins own goal secured an impressive win for the Canaries, who fourth while Barry are second.

Carmarthen Town 1-2 Cefn Druids: Cefn Druids' recent revival continued and they are seventh after victory at Carmarthen, who remain winless and bottom of the table. Luke Bowen gave the hosts the lead on 20 minutes but James Davies levelled for Huw Griffiths' side. The visitors went ahead in first half injury time thanks to Ramirez Howarth's effort.

BetVictor Southern Premier South

Saturday, 2 November

Truro City P-P Merthyr Town

Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League

Sunday, 3 November

Llandudno Ladies FC 1-1 Aberystwyth Town Ladies

Welsh Premier Women's League Cup

Sunday, 3 November

Abergavenny Women 1-2 Swansea City Ladies

Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies 0-3 Port Talbot Town Ladies

Cyncoed Ladies P-P Cardiff Met Women

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