WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Gary O'TooleRHYL dropped two points in their bid for the Huws Gray Alliance title after being held to a 1-1 draw at Guilsfield.
The home side took the lead just past the hour with a goal from Will Thomas, but the Lilywhites levelled four minutes later with a penalty from the prolific Jason Oswell.
Gap Connah's Quay took full advantage with a hard-fought 1-0 win at home to Caersws, the only goal of the came coming after 13 minutes from Gary O'Toole on his return from suspension.
But it is tight at the top with Porthmadog level on points with the Nomads after a 6-2 thumping of Llangefni Town, defender Rhys Roberts grabbing a brace for the hosts.
Buckley Town are just one point behind after their 1-0 Friday night win in the derby with Flint Town United, Mike Burke scoring the winner on 29 minutes.
Elsewhere, Cefn Druids edged a 2-1 win at Llanrhaeadr thanks to goals from Tom McElmeel and Keiran Quinn, while Stuart Fraser was on target as Penrhyncoch won 1-0 at home to Penycae.
Conwy United and Rhos Aelwyd shared eight goals in a thriller at the Morfa, Arron Edwards and Mike Pugh scoring late on to rescue a point for the Wrexham visitors. But the Musselmen's management duo of Steve Jones and Dean Martin resigned after the game.
Ruthin and Llandudno played out a scoreless draw at the Memorial Fields.
Photo: Gary O'Toole scored for Nomads on his return from suspension.
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20 October 2017

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