Welsh Premier & non-League round-up
Corbett Sports Welsh Premier
Bangor City 2-0 Airbus UK Broughton: Bangor returned to the top of the Welsh Premier League as second half goals from Chris Simm and Jamie Brewerton secured a 2-0 win over Airbus at Nantporth.
Connah's Quay 2-1 Newtown: Luke Boundford had given the visitors a seventh minute lead at the Deeside Stadium but Connah's Quay hit back with second half goals from Robert Jones and Rhys Healy.
Carmarthen Town 2-2 Prestatyn Town: Michael Parker's 94th-minute penalty earned Prestatyn a draw at Carmarthen. The hosts led through Liam Thomas' early penalty before Ross Stephens levelled.Thomas again struck from the spot to put the home side in front only for Parker to level late on.
Llanelli 0-6 The New Saints: Llanelli's troubles continued on the field following the resignation of former boss Andy Legg last weekend as they conceded six goals at home for the second game running. Chris Jones, Alex Darlington and Mike Wilde each scored twice for champions. Llanelli had veteran Jason Bowen sent-off in the second half.
Port Talbot Town 2-4 Aberystwyth: David Brooks put Port Talbot Town ahead early on with Matty Collins equalising soon after the break. But after Jeff White put the hosts back in front, Aberystwyth responded through Glyndwr Hughes and Jordon Follows' brace to take the spoils.
Bala Town 3-2 Afan Lido: Mark Connolly scored twice in Bala's home victory over bottom side Afan Lido at Maes Tegid. Stuart Jones gave Bala the lead after 11 minutes but the visitors were level five minutes later through Chris Hartland. Connolly restored Bala's advantage with a free-kick only for the home side to be pegged back by Lee Hartshorn's equaliser a minute before the interval. Connolly secured Bala's victory 12 minutes from time when he headed home Kenny Lunt's corner.
Blue Square Bet North
The Evo-Stik League Southern - Division One South & West
Poole Town 3-2 Merthyr Town