Welsh Premier & non-League round-up

Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Play-Off Conference

Monday, 28 March

Port Talbot Town 4-0 Rhyl: Port Talbot need only a point from their remaining three games to guarantee their Welsh Premier League status for next season after a win which means Rhyl will be relegated if clubs from the second tier meet the required criteria. Marley Bishop-Wisdom, Chris Jones' penalty, Jamie Latham and Kerry Morgan secured victory for the home side.

Saturday, 26 March

Championship Conference

MBi Llandudno 1-2 Gap Connah's Quay: Llandudno's Europa League hopes were dealt a blow as Connah's Quay came from behind with an own goal by David Roberts and a winner from Nathan Woolfe. Mike Williams gave Llandudno the lead, but the result leaves them trailing second-placed Bala by seven points.

New Saints 1-2 Newtown: Leaders New Saints' title hopes suffered a setback as Newtown secured their first win of the second phase. Matty Owen opened the scoring for the visitors but Jamie Mullan equalised before the break, although TV replays showed he handled the ball. Owen's stunning second half strike secured victory for Chris Hughes' side. Saints' second successive defeat and a first home loss in 56 games mean they are five points ahead of second placed Bala Town.

Play-Off Conference

Bangor City P-P Haverfordwest County

Friday, 25 March

Championship Conference

Bala Town 3-1 Airbus UK Broughton: Second placed Bala kept alive their slim title hopes with victory over Airbus at Maes Tegid. Mark Connolly opened the scoring for the home side before Liam Blake levelled for Airbus. Stuart Jones restored Bala's lead nine minutes before the interval with Ian Sheridan sealing victory in the second half. Colin Caton's side are now five points behind leaders The New Saints, who host Newtown on Saturday.

Play-off Conference

Aberystwyth Town 3-1 Rhyl: Either Rhyl or Haverfordwest face likely relegation after Rhyl threw away an early lead at Aberystwyth. Zac Corbett's early goal was wiped out by strikes from Craig Williams, Ross Stephens and Chris Venables for the home team. Rhyl and Haverfordwest face each other on 16 April with the losers facing relegation.

Carmarthen 2-3 Port Talbot Town: 10-man Port Talbot came from behind to secure their Premier League survival. Trailing 2-1 after goals by Kyle Bassett and Mark Jones after Joe Clarke's 13th-minute opener, James Hartson was sent-off for unsporting behaviour in the 56th minute. But goals David Artell and Jamie Latham mean Port Talbot survive to fight another season.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 26 March

Frickley Athletic 1-0 Colwyn Bay

Monday, 28 March

Colwyn Bay 0-3 Marine: Colwyn Bay have sacked manager Kevin Lynch after their hopes of avoiding a second successive relegation suffered a big setback as they lost at home to fellow strugglers Marine. The Seagulls are nine points adrift of safety, with eight games remaining.

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 26 March

Histon 0-2 Merthyr Town

Monday, 28 March

Merthyr Town 2-1 Redditch United: The Martyrs came from behind to beat leaders Redditch and guarantee their place in next season's Premier Division.

Women's Welsh Premier League

Wednesday, 23 March

Cyncoed Ladies 0-4 Cwmbran Celtic Ladies

Sunday, 27 March

Aberystwyth Town Ladies 1-2 Swansea City Ladies

Cwmbran Celtic Ladies 3-1 Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies, 14:00 BST

Newcastle Emlyn Ladies v Cardiff City FC Women, 14:00 BST