Welsh Premier League & non-league round-up

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Friday, 26 October

Caernarfon Town 0-0 Connah's Quay Nomads: Connah's Quay stayed second in the Welsh Premier League behind The New Saints as they were held at The Oval. The Canaries dropped a place to eighth in the table and are winless in their last five games.

Llandudno 0-0 Cefn Druids: Llandudno and Cefn Druids remained 10th and ninth respectively after Friday's second scoreless draw. Druids are three points above Llandudno.

Llanelli Town 1-3 Aberystwyth Town: Andy Hill's Llanelli stayed bottom of the table and they are yet to win at home this season as Aberystwyth rose to sixth after doing the double over Llanelli.

Paolo Mendes opened for the visitors before Terry McCormick's own goal levelled the scores. Ryan Wollacott and Geoff Kellaway ensured the win for Aberystwyth.

Saturday, 27 October:

Bala Town 0-1 Barry Town: Barry ended Bala's unbeaten home record to send Colin Caton's side down a place to fourth after Momodou Touray's early goal. The visitors completed the double having beaten Bala 3-2 in an eventful game in which Bala ended the game with eight men after three red cards.

Newtown 1-1 The New Saints: Newtown took over in fourth place from Bala as then held table-topping Champions New Saints. Ethan Jones' early opener gave the hosts hope of a fifth home win of the season, but Greg Draper scored from the spot after the break for Saints.

Sunday, 28 October

Cardiff Met 1-1 Carmarthen Town: Eliot Evans denied struggling Carmarthen a precious win, after the visitors had led through a Liam Thomas penalty.

The draw was at least Carmarthen's first point away from home this season and Neil Smothers' side are now two points clear of bottom side Llanelli, while Cardiff Met remain sixth in the table.

Nathaniel MG Cup Quarter-Finals

Tuesday, 30 October

Bala Town 0-1 Connah's Quay Nomads

Cambrian and Clydach Vale 1-0 Newtown

Cardiff Met 6-0 Haverfordwest County

Llandudno 0-5 The New Saints

The Buildbase FA Trophy First Qualifying Round

Saturday, 27 October: Farnborough 2-3 Merthyr Town

Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League

Sunday, 28 October

Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies 0-6 Cardiff Met Ladies

Caernarfon Town Women 0-2 Llandudno Ladies

Cardiff City FC Women 1-1 Port Talbot Town Ladies

Swansea City Ladies 7-0 Rhyl Ladies