JD Cymru Premier
Friday, 17 November
Aberystwyth Town 2-3 Bala Town: Josh Ukek struck in stoppage time as Bala won at Aberystwyth to avenge defeat to the Seasiders earlier this season. Ukek had given Bala the lead after poor defensive play from Aber but Iwan Lewis scored his third of the season with a fine strike from outside the area to level before the break.
George Newell restored his side's lead before the hosts were reduced to 10 men when Lewis was shown a second yellow card. Luca Hogan's goal two minutes from time looked to have secured a point for Aber before Ukek struck from close range for his second.
Sunday, 18 November
Caernarfon Town 2-3 Barry Town United: Ollie Hulbert scored a stoppage time goal as Barry twice came from behind to grab a dramatic win at Caernarfon.
Louis Lloyd's 12th minute header gave Caernarfon the lead but Harrison Bright's long range curling effort brought Barry level. Adam Davies' header restored the home side's lead at the break but they were reduced to 10 men when Phil Mooney was shown a second yellow card.
Jordan Cotterill levelled nine minutes into the second half with Hulbert's eighth league goal of the season, a right footed shot from the edge of the area, sealed Barry's comeback and a win that takes them up to ninth in the table.
Connah's Quay Nomads 1-2 Haverfordwest County: Second-placed Nomads lost further ground on leaders The New Saints as Neil Gibson's side suffered a second successive league defeat, losing at home to Haverfordwest. Luke Tabone gave County a lead and although Ryan Harrington levelled for Nomads, Ben Fawcett secured victory for Tony Pennock's side, who are eighth after a second consecutive league win.
Penybont 1-1 Newtown: Dom Smith gave Newtown the lead with a header from Matty Jones' cross three minutes into the second half but Chris Venables' 11th league goal of the season 20 minutes from time earned Rhys Griffiths' side a point.
Pontypridd United 0-3 Colwyn Bay: Steve Evans' Colwyn Bay secured their first league win since September to move off the bottom of the table and within two points of 10th placed Pontypridd. Udi Akpan gave the visitors a first half lead with a header following keeper Joe Smith's upfield kick. Skipper Tom McCready extended their lead from the penalty spot with Jamie Cumming sealing victory two minutes later.