WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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THE New Saints and Gap Connah's Quay have learned their third qualifying round opponents if they can progress in the Champions League and Europa League respectively.

TNS travel to Cyprus on Tuesday to face APEOL Nicosia after a goal-less draw in the first leg at Park Hall with the incentive of a meeting with either Rosenberg or IFK Norrkoping.

The Norwegians won the first leg 3-1 on Wednesday night with IFK snatching an away goal on 70 minutes which may yet prove crucial.

Meanwhile, after a heroic 1-0 defeat in Serbia to Vojvodina, the Nomads go into next week's home leg with the prospect of meeting with Dinamo Minsk of Belarus or St Patrick's of Ireland.

The Irish gained a superb 1-1 away draw in the first leg last night thanks to a second-half equaliser from Christy Fagan.

The clubs that beat Welsh Premier opposition in the first qualifying round both won their first leg ties. Gothenburg, 7-1 aggregate winners against Llandudno, were convincing 3-0 away winners at Polish outfit Piast.

But AIK, conquerors of Bala Town, needed an 89th-minute goal from Carlos Strandberg to win their home first leg 1-0 against minnows Europa of Gibraltar.

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24 September 2017

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