WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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A BIZARRE stoppage time winner from Sean Miller gave Gap Connah's Quay a 2-1 win at Rhyl and moved the Nomads into fifth place.

Connor Bell's third-minute goal from a Rob Hughes assist looked to be enough to secure the points for the Lilywhites, who were indebted to former Nomads' keeper Terry McCormick as he defied his former team-mates with some superb saves.

Robbie Parry spurned a great chance after being set-up by Sean Miller in the second half, but the visitors were finally successful five minutes from time when Wes Baynes fired home. 

Ibou Tourey cleared a late Nomads' effort off the line while John Danby denied Rhyl's Derek Taylor in stoppage time. But, in the sixth minute of added time, Miler's cross from the right wing took a deflection and looped over McCormick to hand all three points to the visitors and leave the hosts in the drop zone.

Second-placed Llandudno dropped two home points as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Port Talbot Town at Maesdu Park. The Steelmen put last weekend's 5-0 drubbing at Connah's Quay behind them despite falling behind to a 15th-minute Marc Williams goal, Matthew Long levelling for the visitors before half-time.

Airbus UK Broughton moved up to third with a 1-0 away win at Haverfordwest County thanks to a second-half goal from Tony Gray, who heads the race for the Golden Boot along with Williams, both having netted 12 times this season.

Newtown consolidated a top six spot despite falling behind to a Luke Prosser goal for Carmarthen at Latham Park.

A goal from Jason Oswell and two bullet headers from Luke Boundford gave the Robins a half-time lead and a second-half penalty from Neil Mitchell sealed the win.

Aberystwyth Town keep their top six hopes alive at the expense of Bangor City with a 4-0 win at Park Avenue.

Three goals in a 10-minute second-half spell sank the Citizens, Chris Venables claiming a brace and the returning Geoff Kellaway adding another after the visitors had keeper Connor Roberts sent-off.

Jamie Reed heaped more woe on one of his former clubs with the fourth goal 12 minutes from time.

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30 May 2017

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