Port Talbot Town FC dropped two points against Oswestry Town FC in the weekend's only League of Wales game.
Port Talbot Town FC dropped two vital points in their push for a European place after being held to a goalless draw at struggling Oswestry Town FC on Sunday.
Port Talbot, who have won just nine times in 20 outings so far this season, struggled to create much in the way of clear scoring chances at Park Hall. The result leaves Port Talbot in seventh place in the table, 17 points behind league leaders TNS Llansantffraid FC, while Oswestry lie 14th in the 18-team division.
All of the remaining League of Wales matches were called off due to frozen pitches. Llansantffraid, who lead the way with two games in hand, were unable to play at Afan Lido FC while second-placed Barry Town AFC's game against Flexys Cefn Druids AFC at Jenner Park also became a victim of the sub-zero temperatures.