WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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CARDIFF Met University strengthened their chances of gaining promotion to the Welsh Premier League with a 1-0 away win at Briton Ferry Llansawel.

The students, who were granted the FAW's domestic licence last week, secured the points with a goal from ex-Bangor City youngster John Littlemore.

The victory leaves the Met one point clear at the top, but chasers Caerau Ely have two games in hand, while third-placed Penybont are also one point behind but have played a game more.

The other licensed club, Haverfordwest County, are four points adrift of the leaders but have two more games left to play and consolidated their challenge with a 3-0 home win over Cambrian & Clydach.

Substitute Chris O’Sullivan was spot-on with two second-half penalties after Antonio Facciuto had opened the Bluebirds' account with a stunning 35th-minute free-kick.

Ton Pentre took a giant stride away from the drop zone with a midweek 2-0 win over AFC Porth and a goal-less home draw with Garden Village on Saturday,

Afan Lido are still in the drop zone but gained three vital points in a 3-2 Wednesday night away win at Pontardawe Town thanks to a goal with the last kick of the game from Daniel McGrath. Lido had gone two goals behind but goals from Josh Webber and Alex Gammond levelled the scores.

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28 May 2017

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