Bangor City FC moved to the top of the League of Wales after defeating Afan Lido FC.
Bangor City FC moved top of the League of Wales today after coming from a goal behind to clinch a late 2-1 away win at Afan Lido FC.
Kevin Bartley put Afan Lido ahead a minute before half-time as the home side looked to inflict Bangor's second defeat of the campaign. But Lee Hunt equalised just after the hour, and David Evans scored a last-minute winner to enable Bangor to move a point clear of Port Talbot FC.
Port Talbot slip up
Previous leaders Port Talbot dropped two points at Connah's Quay Nomads FC, Tommy Mutton scoring his second goal of the game four minutes from time from the penalty spot to earn a point for the home side following a 2-2 draw. Nicky Jones levelled for Port Talbot after Mutton's first goal, and Mark Dodds looked to have sealed victory before Mutton's late intervention.
Hat-trick for Davies
Cwmbran Town FC kept pace in third spot after a thumping 5-0 win at struggling Oswestry Town FC. Matty Davies struck a hat-trick, with further goals from Shaun Wharton and Maurice Doyle completing the rout and leaving Oswestry with five defeats from seven matches.
Oswestry are kept off the bottom by Caersws FC, who were beaten 3-1 at Carmarthen Town FC. Lee Jones, Neil O'Brien and Chris Miller all scored for Camarthen in the first half, with Geraint Lewis hitting a late consolation for Caersws.
Flexsys win first game
In today's other games, Flexsys Cefn Druids AFC claimed their first win of the season at the seventh attempt with a 2-1 success at Newtown AFC, Caernarfon Town AFC and TNS Llansantffraid FC shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw, and Welshpool Town AFC lost 2-0 at home to Rhyl FC.