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RHYL'S disciplinary woes continued as they had two players sent-off in a 5-0 hammering at Carmarthen Town's Richmond Park.

With three players red-carded in their previous two games, the Lillies had Chris Durkin and Mike Sharples dismissed in the second half. Goals from Kyle Bassett and Mark Jones had handed the Old Gold a two-goal lead inside the first 20 minutes and a second half Liam Thomas brace either side of a Declan Carroll goal sealed the win.

Airbus UK Broughton came within two minutes of ending a five-match losing streak, but couldn't prevent a sixth as Anthony Miley volleyed a stoppage time winner for Bangor City at Nantporth. Dan Nardiello had put the home side ahead on 13 minutes with a header from a Henry Jones cross and Brayden Shaw came close to a second when his shot hit the crossbar. But the Wingmakers equalised on the stroke of half-time through Jake Hulley, their first goal in 438 minutes of Welsh Premier action, and were somewhat unlucky in the second half with Ryan J Edwards having a goal ruled out for offside and Ryan Wignall's shot cleared off the line by Miley.

Cardiff Met recorded a 1-0 win in an uneventful game at Newtown, who were forced to substitute Luke Boundford, Kieran Mills-Evans and Jason Oswell through injuries. Will Evans grabbed the game's only goal on 72 minutes to maintain the students' grip on fifth place.

Bala Town hit three without reply to defeat Llandudno at Maes Tegid. Dave Roberts saved a Lee Hunt penalty on 42 minutes but Mike Hayes headed the Lakesiders into a 52nd-minute lead from a John Irving cross and took the lead in the race for the Golden Boot with his 11th of the season, before a goal from sub Mark Connolly in the last minute.

Bangor City attack the Airbus goal.