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CARDIFF Met brought Bangor City down to earth with a bump after last weekend's 5-2 win over The New Saints.

The students prevailed 3-1 at a wind-swept Cyncoed Stadium, taking the lead after 22 minutes when Eliot Evans fired into the top left corner from the edge of the box. The lead was doubled before the break thanks to an Adam Roscrow header.

City had chances, but Roscrow made the game safe with a 64th-minute volley with Gary Taylor-Fletcher notching a 77th-minute consolation for the visitors. Met then had recent signing Joel Edwards sent-off for a second yellow card of the afternoon.

Connah's Quay recorded their second straight win, beating Carmarthen Town 3-1 at the Deeside Stadium. Callum Morris opened the Nomads' account on 38 minutes when he fired home a low shot from a corner.

Michael Wilde added a second 10 minutes after the break, forcing the ball home from close range after a goalmouth scramble, but a fine shot from Lewis Harling reduced the arrears to set-up a tense last 20 minutes with Matty Williams making the three points safe two minutes from the end of normal time with an eight-yard volley.

The first-ever Welsh Premier meeting between newly-promoted duo Prestatyn Town and Barry Town United remained deadlocked until the fourth minute of stoppage time at Bastion Gardens, when Mike Parker struck a superb shot from outside the box to win it for the Seasiders.