WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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WITH one side certain to be promoted to the Welsh Premier League next season, the race is between Cardiff Met University and Haverfordwest County to see who takes their place in the top flight.

The students hammered AFC Porth away with a John Littlemore brace and goals from Charlie Corsby, Adam Roscrow and Chris Baker.

The Met are in second place, three points ahead of County, who have a game in hand.

Luke Borrelli was the Bluebirds' hero, scoring both goals in a 2-0 away win at Taffs Well.

"This was a workmanlike performance. I think this is the first time I’ve come here and actually won," said manager Wayne Jones whose side really need maximum points from their remaining games and hope that Cardiff Met slip on the final run-in.

Despite slipping to a 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Aberdare Town on Friday night, Afan Lido have avoided being relegated for a second successive season.

Ton Pentre have also put their relegation fears behind them and beat Cambrian & Clydach 1-0 in their latest outing thanks to a Jaymie Wearn goal after 24 minutes.

Caerau (Ely) are still in pole position for the title after a 3-0 home win over Monmouth Town.

In the other games, Garden Village beat Goytre 1-0, while Briton Ferry Llansawel were 2-1 winners at Goytre United.

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28 May 2017

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