Sunday 14 Oct 2021
The New Saints 1
Rhyl FC 0
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
Llangefni Town
AWAY - Talwrn Road
Kick-off: 14:30
Full list of fixtures
Saturday 13 Oct 2021
Tywyn Bryncrug 0
TNS Reserves 3
Match report
Saturday 20 Oct 2021
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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Port Talbot keeper Kristian Rogers beats Caersws' Graham Evans to the ball [John Baker].
LLANELLI remain top of the Welsh Premier, but they lost their unbeaten record in all competitions this season as Bangor City triumphed 2-0 at Stebonheath Park.
Ashley Stott scored the all-important goals for the Citizens in the second half and the Reds could be joined on 22 points at the summit on Sunday, if Rhyl can win at The New Saints.
Carmarthen Town looked booked for third place after forging into a two-goal lead at Welshpool's Maesydre with first-half goals from Sacha Walters and Danny Thomas, who has scored five since being moved into a striking role by manager Deryn Brace. But the Lilywhites hit back to share the spoils with a double from Aden Shannon.
Lee John scored the fastest goal of the day inside the first minute to get Port Talbot off to a flyer at Caersws. The Bluebirds held out until the second half when Martin Rose added his fifth and sixth league goals of the campaign in a 4-1 success to propel the Steelmen into the top six.
Caersws prop-up the table with Porthmadog, who took the lead at Aberystwyth's Park Avenue through Warren Beattie. But on-loan Wrexham starlet Jamie Reed scored twice in the second half to give the Seasiders a much-needed win.
Llangefni claimed their first-ever away win in the league and only their second victory of the campaign, with a quickfire brace from Ywain Gwynedd and Darren Thomas just after the break at Airbus UK Broughton. John Davies became the first player to make 100 league appearances for the Wingmakers, who hit back with a consolation goal from James McIntosh, before Gwynedd settled the visitors' nerves with his second goal.
Caernarfon's poor disciplinary record continued at Newtown, where James Glendenning was sent-off 15 minutes from time for foul and abusive language. Newtown went on to win 3-1 with goals from Marc Lloyd Williams, skipper Glenn Tolley and Tommy Mutton.
13 October 2021
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