Welsh Premier & non-league round-up

WPL

JD Welsh Premier League

Thursday 21 September

Barry Town 3-1 Carmarthen Town: Barry Town brought Carmarthen Town back down to earth with this win. The visitors overwhelmed Bala 4-0 last time out. After their 1-0 defeat by Llandudno, the hosts had Kayne McLaggon's brace and Callum Sainty to thank for their goals, while Jordan Knott scored for Carmarthen.

Cefn Druids 3-0 Bala Town: Goals from Ilan ap Gareth, Ashley Ruane's penalty and Nathan Peate meant another miserable outcome for Bala, who were hammered 4-0 home defeat by Carmarthen Town last weekend while Cefn Druids had drawn 2-2 against Prestatyn Town.

Friday, 22 September

The New Saints 1-0 Llandudno FC: Reigning champions TNS moved level with early season leaders Llandudno thanks to Chris Seargeant's ninth-minute goal.

Llandudno were also indebted to goalkeeper Dave Roberts who made a number of excellent stops as The Saints piled on the pressure and ended The Seasiders' unbeaten start to the season.

Saturday, 23 September

Connah's Quay Nomads 1-0 Cardiff Metropolitan: The students from Cardiff failed to return to the top of the table despite pushing Andy Morrison's side hard. Jay Owen gets the solitary goal for Nomads who survived a second half onslaught.

Prestatyn Town 0-0 Newtown: A crowd of 387 witnessed a 0-0 draw as both sides cancelled each other out.

Aberystwyth Town 2-3 Bangor: Three goals in the final five minutes saw a thrilling finale in Aberystwyth. IT was one-all with Gary Taylor-Fletcher's goal cancelling out Aberystwyth's opener by Luke Borrelli. Brayden Shaw put Bangor ahead in the 89th minute only to see Craig Hobson equalise a minute later. But the visitors had the final say when Steve Hewitt scored three minutes into added time.

Tuesday, 26 September

Bangor 1-0 Connah's Quay Nomads: Gary Taylor-Fletcher fired Bangor to the top of the table with his 75th-minute strike and they hope to stay there when they host Barry Town on Saturday, 30 September.

Northern Premier League Division One North

Saturday 23 September

Colwyn Bay 5-0 Goole

Evo-Stik Premier Division

Saturday 16 September

Merthyr Town 2-1 Royston Town