WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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A LATE equaliser from Ryan Wignall secured a draw for Gap Connah's Quay at Bala, which means The New Saints can retain their Welsh Premier League title on Saturday if they beat Bangor City.

Ryan Wade had given Bala a 74th-minute lead from Kieran Smith's cross and Chris Venables rattled the visitors' crossbar before Wignall levelled from the edge of the box to leave the rivals for an automatic Europa League spot all-square.

In the Play-Off Conference, Phil Baker's loan move from TNS paid immediate dividends for Aberystwyth Town. Two free-kicks from the centre back produced goals, the first leading to a penalty for a foul on Mark Jones, who equalised before Geoff Kellaway seized on a loose ball from another set-piece to drive home via a couple of deflections.

Josh Davies had earlier scored his first goal for the Lilywhites after just four minutes and Rhyl claimed a late equaliser from Toby Jones, who powered home a 25-yard free-kick to leave them still in eleventh place, two points adrift of Aber.

Cefn Druids continued their excellent second phase form with a goal-less draw at Llandudno, who lead the race for a place in the play-offs. Jamie Reed netted for the hosts in the seventh minute but his effort was ruled out by referee Kevin Parry. Marc Williams was twice denied by Ancients' keeper Mike Jones, while Druids' sub Jonny Taylor saw his stoppage-time strike saved by home keeper Dave Roberts.

Below: Action from Llandudno's goal-less draw with Cefn Druids.

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20 July 2017

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