Welsh Premier & non-League round-up


Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Friday, 28 October

Cefn Druids 2-3 Bangor City: Anthony Miley's added-time winner earned third-placed Bangor victory at The Rock and dropped Cefn Druids into the relegation zone. Ashley Ruane had equalised for Druids after Jordan Davies had cancelled out Matthew Eckersely's early goal and Gary Roberts put Bangor ahead. The teams had played two minutes of added time when Miley gave Bangor reason to smile.

Saturday, 29 October

Carmarthen Town 2-3 Bala Town: Bala extended their unbeaten run to five with a comeback victory at Carmarthen Town. Ryan Wade put Bala ahead before a Mark Connolly own goal and a Dave Vincent effort put the hosts in front. However, Mike Hayes and Chris Venables scored in the second half to give Bala the spoils.

Newtown 0-0 Llandudno: Newtown arrested a run of five successive defeats in a goalless draw with Llandudno. The sides also drew 0-0 at Maesdu Park in the reverse fixture in September.

Aberystwyth Town 3-1 Airbus UK Broughton: Luke Borrelli scored twice as Aberystwyth moved up to fifth with victory over Airbus UK Broughton at Park Avenue. Borrelli volleyed home Chris Jones' cross to give the home side the lead but Jonny Spittle's header brought Airbus level. Borrelli capitalised on a dreadful mistake by keeper Ryan Nield to restore Aber's lead before Jones sealed the win from the penalty spot after he had been fouled by Spittle, who was sent off after receiving his second yellow card of the game.

Sunday, 30 October

Cardiff Met 4-0 Rhyl: Rhyl were blown away by three goals in the opening 13 minutes as Cardiff Met moved up to fifth in the table. Eliot Evans, Will Evans and a penalty from Kyle McCarthy ended the match as a contest almost as soon as it started. Jordon Lam's 76th-minute goal was the icing on the cake for the students.

The New Saints 3-0 Gap Connahs Quay: Defending champions The New Saints opened a 15 point lead at the top of the table and inflicted a first defeat of the season on second-paced Connah's Quay. It was scoreless at half time, but substitutes Wes Fletcher and Chris Seargeant put Saints in control before Jon Routledge rounded things off.

FA Trophy - First Qualifying Round

Saturday, 29 October

Colwyn Bay 1-1 Witton Albion

Merthyr Town 6-1 Cinderford Town

FA Trophy - First Qualifying Round Replay

Tuesday 1 November

Witton 3-1 Colwyn Bay

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Tuesday 1 November

Merthyr Town 2-0 Kettering Town

Women's Welsh Premier League

Sunday, 30 October

Llandudno Ladies 3-2 Rhyl Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies 0-3 Abergavenny Women

Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies 2-2 Cyncoed FC Girls

Swansea City Ladies 4-3 Cardiff City FC Women