TNS Llansantffraid FC maintained their four-point advantage with a home win against Aberystwyth Town FC.
TNS Llansantffraid FC maintained their four-point advantage at the top of the League of Wales with a 3-0 home win against Aberystwyth Town FC.
The home side were always in control of the game and secured the three points that ensured that the champions preserved their lead in the table and stayed on course to retain their title.
However, Barry Town AFC stayed in touch with the leaders with a comfortable 4-0 win at second-bottom Welshpool Town AFC, with goals from Lee Jarman, Jamie Moralee, Gary Lloyd and new signing Adibay Akinfenca securing a resounding success for the away side.
Eight for Bangor
Bangor City FC consolidated in third place in spectacular fashion as they brushed aside bottom side Llanelli FC with an 8-0 victory. Marc Lloyd-Williams, who scored 66 times last season, was back among the goals as he scored a double hat-trick, with further strikes from Alan Goodall and Ricky Evans completing a superb afternoon’s work for the home side.
Important three points
Caersws FC secured an important victory with Graham Evans's 22nd goal of the season securing a 1-0 home success against Connah's Quay Nomads FC. Rhyl FC, meanwhile, slipped to a third consecutive defeat, with goals from Chris Adamson and Gareth Hughes securing a 2-1 away win for Newtown AFC.
The games between Cwmbran Town FC and Flexys Cefn Druids AFC and Afan Lido FC and Oswestry Town FC both ended scoreless, while late goals from Chris Tamm and Danny Barton helped secure a 3-0 win for Caernarfon Town FC at Carmarthen Town AFC that eased their relegation worries, while Haverfordwest County AFC were 2-1 winners at home to Port Talbot Town FC.