Sunday 14 Oct 2021
WELSH PREMIER
The New Saints 1
Rhyl FC 0
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
WELSH PREMIER
Llangefni Town
AWAY - Talwrn Road
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 13 Oct 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Tywyn Bryncrug 0
TNS Reserves 3
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Newtown Reserves
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Alfie Carter 7
Michael Wilde 6
Chris King 1
Jamie Wood 1
Llanelli AFC 22
The New Saints 21
Rhyl FC 19
Carmarthen Town 17
Welshpool Town 15
Port Talbot Town 14
Aberystwyth Town 14
Newtown AFC 14
Haverfordwest County 13
NEWI Cefn Druids 12
Neath Athletic 12
Connah's Quay Nomads 12
Bangor City 11
Caernarfon Town 11
Airbus UK Broughton 11
Llangefni Town 6
Porthmadog FC 3
Caersws FC 3
Full league table
TNS Reserves 28
Aberystwyth Reserves 28
Newtown Reserves 25
Newbridge 20
Bow Street 16
Llanrhaeadr 15
Presteigne St Andrews 14
Berriew 12
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CEFNI'S CUP WIN ENDS IN FRACAS
Llangefni boss Adie Jones.
LLANGEFNI Town's five-goal Welsh Cup win over Hawarden Rangers was marred by a post-match flare-up at Talwrn Road.
Rangers' Martin Colecliffe was shown a red card eight minutes from time, and there were problems in the dressing room area after the match, although an official of the Welsh National League outfit says a Daily Post report that two further players were technically dismissed by match official Carmelo LoFaro for alleged incidents is incorrect.
Kevin Lloyd's first-half hat-trick had effectively ended the visitors' hopes and Cefni boss Adie Jones told the Post: "It got a bit nasty towards the end and there was no need for it, but what really mattered was our fine win and Kevin's hat-trick."
The day's biggest shock was Guilsfield's extra-time success against Airbus UK Broughton. The Cymru Alliance villagers won the game in the 98th-minute with a header from Ben White and visiting player/manager Gareth Owen said: "We knew it was going to be a battle, but we missed so many chances, we need to be better than that."
Goalkeeper Paul Pritchard was the Connah's Quay hero, saving three penalties to dump The New Saints out of the competition in a shoot-out after a scoreless 120 minutes.
"Paul really does have the magic eye for penalties, I'm delighted," said Nomads' boss Jim Hackett.
The other Welsh Premier side to tumble out was Porthmadog, 2-0 losers at home to Welshpool. Player/manager Clayton Blackmore knows he must strengthen, but is hampered until the next transfer window.
"We shall have to continue with the squad we have now," he said. "We are not getting the rub of the green, because we had a goal disallowed and a shot hit someone on their goal-line."
8 October 2021
 
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