WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Aron BlackwellPORTHMADOG and Buckley Town were the weekend movers. claiming second and third place in the table as the leading duo were both defeated.
Rhyl now lead only on goal difference after going down to a 1-0 defeat at Cefn Druids on Friday night with Aron Blackwell scoring the only goal of the game at The Rock after 27 minutes.
The Bucks staged a late winning rally at Morfa Conwy with goals from Tim Bigland and Mike Burke for a 2-0 win over the Musselmen.
Gap Connah's Quay crashed 2-0 to Porthmadog at The Traeth who scored through Jamie McDaid and Darren Thomas to remain the only unbeaten team in the league with a third of the season gone.
Fifth-placed Flint Town United were surprisingly beaten in a seven goal affair at lowly Llanrhaeadr for whom Tom Evans and Alan Jones both notched a brace in a 4-3 win, with Simon Thelwell scoring twice for the Silkmen.
New Ruthin Town boss Steve Crompton saw his side beaten 2-0 at home by Penrhyncoch for whom veteran Glyndwr Hughes scored the second goal, while Caersws triumphed 3-0 at Rhos Aelwyd, Mark Griffiths grabbing two of the goals.
Penycae continued their improvement with a third successive win, 1-0 at struggling Llangefni Town, Nick Jones grabbing the crucial goal on 25 minutes.
Llandudno edged a 3-2 home win over Guilsfield despite having goal scorer Ross Rule and Sean Eardley sent-off 15 minutes from time. Will Thomas had notched a first-half double for the visitors but the home side held on.
Photo: Aron Blackwell scored Druids' winner against Rhyl.
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20 October 2017

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