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ABERYSTWYTH Town mounted a late comeback to recover from a two-goal deficit and beat Gap Connah's Quay 4-2 at the Deeside Stadium.

The Nomads looked to have returned to winning ways with goals from brothers Steve and Ricky Evans giving them a two-goal cushion.

Steve Evans fired into the roof of the net from a corner in the 23rd minute and brother Ricky converted a spot kick four minutes after the break after Gary O'Toole had been brought down.

But Chris Venables started the fightback with his 100th Welsh Premier goal, before Mark Jones headed home the equaliser.

Stuart Jones then put the visitors ahead in the 77th-minute and, although the hosts hit the woodwork, Venables added a fourth as the game went into stoppage timeĀ to send the Seasiders into second place in the table.

Leaders TNSĀ gained a routine 5-1 win at Port Talbot in a baptism of fire for 18-year-old home debutant keeper Conah McFenton, who was beaten twice by Jamie Mullan inside the first 33 minutes.

Chris Marriott added a third from a free-kick and goals from Mike Wilde and Kai Edwards wrapped-up the win before Corey Thomas scored a stoppage-time consolation for the Steelmen.