WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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UNDER-pressure manager Nev Powell watched his Aberystwyth Town side beaten 3-2 by his former club Bangor City in a frantic finale to the game at Park Avenue.

The stalemate was broken just past the hour mark when Luke Borrelli hit a stunning first time volley from Ryan Wollacott's left-wing cross. But, three minutes later, the Citizens' assistant manager Gary Taylor-Fletcher levelled with his first touch after coming off the bench, firing a well-taken drive past keeper Chris Mullock.

The visitors looked to have won it three minutes from the end of normal time when Brayden Shaw headed home, but some neat play from Borrelli ended with a pass to Craig Hobson who bundled the ball home in the 90th-minute. However, home celebrations were muted in the third-minute of stoppage time when Wollacott's clearing header went straight to Steven Hewitt, who hammered a superb 22-yard winner past a stunned Mullock for a victory which leaves the Black & Greens rooted to the bottom of the table and still without a win.

Connah's Quay beat Cardiff Met 1-0 at the Deeside Stadium to leapfrog the students into third place. The only goal of the game arrived on 37 minutes when Michael Bakare beat his marker before setting-up Jay Owen, who scored a rare career goal.

Prestatyn Town and Newtown shared a goal-less draw at Bastion Gardens, to leave both clubs in mid-table.

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20 October 2017

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