Cymru Premier & non-league round-up

Cymru Premier

JD Cymru Premier

Friday, 15 November

Connah's Quay Nomads 3-1 Newtown: Connah's Quay came from behind to beat Newtown and maintain their unbeaten record to stay four points clear at the top of the Cymru Premier. Sean McAllister gave Newtown a 26th minute lead but Nomads were soon level through Michael Wilde and six minutes later Jamie Insall gave the home side the lead. Michael Bakare sealed the win for Andy Morrison's side with a fine finish five minutes from time.

The New Saints 2-0 Aberystwyth Town: Current champions New Saints moved up to second in the table as first half goals from Keston Davies and Ryan Brobbel secured victory over Aberystwyth, a side Saints had beaten 10-1 at Park Avenue in August.

Bala Town 1-0 Airbus UK: Chris Venables' injury time header secured a dramatic victory for Bala, who remain third in the table. It was cruel on Steve O'Shaughnessy's side, who had competed well against the Lakesiders. Airbus are 10th and one point clear of the bottom two.

Saturday, 16 November

Cefn Druids 1-0 Barry Town United: Barry Town's faltering title challenge suffered another blow as they fell to their third successive defeat. Cefn Druids' win came courtesy of Charley Edge's third minute goal and despite having Ryan Kershaw sent-off early on in the second half they held on to record a fourth successive victory and move up to sixth.

Cardiff Met 0-3 Carmarthen Town: Kristian O'Leary's first game in charge of Carmarthen Town saw the side bottom of the table record their first league win of the season. Luke Bowen, Declan Carroll and Elliott Scotcher scored for the Old Gold on an afternoon they paid tribute to club director Gareth Jones, who passed away earlier in the week. Cardiff Met have now not won in six games and have dropped out of the top six.

BetVictor Southern Premier South

Saturday, 16 November

Poole Town P-P Merthyr Town; Merthyr's game at Poole Town was called off after the Welsh side were caught up in traffic delays following a serious crash on the M5.