Welsh Premier & non-League round-up
Corbett Sports Welsh Premier
Bala Town P-P Aberystwyth: Match postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Bangor City 4-1 Connahs Quay: Mike Hayes opened the scoring for Connah's Quay after just three minutes, but Bangor soon took the lead with two goals in two minutes from Les Davies and Sion Edwards.
Jamie Petrie and Edwards added second-half goals as Bangor leapfrogged their guests into fourth in the table.
Airbus UK Broughton 2-0 Prestatyn: Airbus celebrated Andy Preece's manager of the month award for October by extendeing their unbeaten record to return to the top of the Welsh Premier League with victory at home to north Wales rivals Prestatyn Town. Tom Field opened the scoring with ten minutes remaining with Ryan Wade adding a second in stoppage time.
Carmarthen P-P The New Saints: Match postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Newtown 2-0 Port Talbot: Newtown gave manager Bernard McNally the perfect send-off with victory over Port Talbot at Latham Park. McNally was in his final game in charge before taking up a new post as head of youth at former club Shrewsbury Town. Craig Williams scored Newtown's opening goal from the penalty spot before Luke Boundford sealed the win with nine minutes remaining.
Rhyl 3-0 Afan Lido: Rhyl condemned Afan Lido to an eight league defeat of the season with a comfortable victory at the Belle Vue. Mark Cadwallader gave the Lilywhites the lead after four minutes before the visitors went further behind when Chris Hartland conceded an own goal. Cadwallader scored his second and Rhyl's third on 64 minutes.
FA Trophy second round
Saturday: Merthyr Town 3-2 Dunstable Town
Saturday: Colwyn Bay 3-1 Solihull Moors