The New Saints hit 12 at Airbus to set new away Cymru Premier record

Cymru Premier

The New Saints set a new Cymru Premier away win record as they beat hosts Airbus UK Broughton 12-0 on Saturday.

Adrian Cieslewicz hit four goals, Greg Draper a hat-trick and Aeron Edwards claimed a brace, with Ryan Brobbel, Blaine Hudson and Kurtis Byrne also finding the Airbus net.

The scoreline equalled Barry Town's 12-0 home win over Cemaes Bay in 1998.

Reigning champions TNS remain second and two points behind leaders Connah's Quay in the table.

But the defeat meant Airbus drop into the relegation zone on goal difference as Penybont shared a goalless draw with Connah's Quay.

JD Cymru Premier

Friday, 29 November

Aberystwyth Town 1-3 Cefn Druids: Druids bounced back after last weekend's loss at Cardiff Met with victory at Aberystwyth. Paolo Mendes gave Aber the lead on 20 minutes but James Davies equalised seven minutes later. Neil Ashton put Druids ahead early in the second half with Cody Ruberto adding a third to seal victory for Huw Griffiths' side, who move back up to sixth.

Caernarfon Town 2-1 Cardiff Met: Cai Jones' first goal of the season put Caernarfon ahead having earlier missed a good chance. Met levelled when Jordan Lam netted after asked Ramsey had denied Elliot Evans. Nathan Craig scored Caernarfon's winner from a rebound after his initial penalty kick was saved by Will Fuller. Caernarfon are fifth after the while Cardiff Met drop down to seventh.

Saturday, 30 November

Barry Town United 0-1 Newtown: Ian Sheridan scored the late winner for Newtown at Barry, who have lost four of their last five games after a promising start to the season. Newtown sit eighth in the table, nine points below fourth-placed Barry.

Carmarthen Town 0-3 Bala Town: New Carmarthen manager Kristian O'Leary saw his side well beaten by title-challengers Bala. The hosts remain rooted to the bottom of the table after Louis Robles struck before Henry Jones scored twice.

Penybont 0-0 Connah's Quay Nomads: Connah's Quay now hold a two-point lead at the top of the Cymru Premier and Andy Morrison's side remain unbeaten while Penybont are 10th after this goalless draw.

Tuesday, 3 December

Cefn Druids 2-1 Cardiff Met

The New Saints 1-0 Carmarthen Town

BetVictor Southern Premier South

Saturday, 30 November

Merthyr Town 3-2 Hartley Wintney; 15:00 GMT

Welsh Premier Women's League Cup

Sunday, 1 December

Cardiff City FC Women 5-1 Abergavenny Women

Cardiff Met Women 3-0 Port Talbot Town Ladies

Cyncoed Ladies 2-2 Aberystwyth Town Ladies