WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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BOTTOM of the table and pointless before today, Carmarthen Town stunned hosts Bala Town with a 4-0 victory at Maes Tegid.

The Lakesiders were a goal down inside the first two minutes when Kostya Georgievsky headed home unmarked at the far post. And the Old Gold added another on the quarter hour when Kieran Lewis fired a 25-yard free-kick into the top corner.

Chances of a comeback were ended in the 76th-minute when Dave Vincent fired home from close range and Liam Griffiths added a fourth before Bala had Les Davies sent-off for a second yellow card. The margin of defeat equals the Lakesiders' worst-ever in the WPL at Maes Tegid against Rhyl in October 2009.

Aberystwyth Town take over bottom spot after a 4-0 defeat at Newtown, who took a sixth-minute lead when Neil Mitchell headed home a Craig Williams corner. The visitors did get the ball in the net on 67 minutes, but the effort was ruled out and the Robins extended their lead from a quickly-taken free-kick which saw Joe Kenton run from the halfway line, outpacing defenders before firing past Chris Mullock.

Jamie Reed found Kenton who added his second of the afternoon before Luke Boundford volleyed into the net from a Williams cross.

Llandudno remain top thanks to Mike Williams goal in first half stoppage time was enough to beat Barry Town United. Home keeper Dave Roberts tipped the ball onto the crossbar in the second half and defender Danny Taylor managed to prevent an equaliser as the rebound from Callum Sainty's shot looked to have given Barry an equaliser.