Airbus UK beat Bangor City 2-0 infront of the live TV cameras to almost guarantee themselves a European debut next season.
Wayne Riley gave the Wingmakers the lead after a defence splitting pass from right-back Lee Owens put Chris Budrys in space. The giant Scot played a slide pass into the six-yard box for Riley to slot home. The Citizens felt that they deserved a penalty when Chris Jones fell in the box, but referee Bryn Markham-Jones waved play-on.
The Wingmakers doubled their advantage on 64 minutes, when Steve Tommassen headed in unopposed from an Owens free-kick after Dave Morley felled Budrys just outside the box on the right. Riley had the chance to seal it with 15 minutes to go, but his shot went wide of Lee Idzi's post.
The win means that Bangor would need to beat TNS next week and overturn a 20 goal deficit if Airbus lost at Port Talbot Town.
The New Saints were in seventh heaven as they smashed Prestatyn Town at Bastion Road, as the Seasiders' miserable top six run continued.
Matty Williams scored a first-half hat-trick for the Champions,before half-time sub Aeron Edwards scored three minutes after coming on. Another sub, Alex Darlington scored as soon as coming on for Williams just before the hour and the League's top scorer Mike Wilde add the final two goals with the last coming from the penalty spot in injury time. Prestatyn's consolation also came from the spot, with Ross Stephens converting it in the 75th minute.
There were no goals at Richmond Park between the south-Wales rivals, but the result confirmed fourth place for the Steelmen, which will mean home advantage in the European play-offs if Bangor City win the Welsh Cup.
Ian Sheridan scored a hat-trick
Llanelli completed their season of turmoil with a resounding defeat to the form team of the play-off Conference. Colin Caton's Bala have now won their last eight matches, despite trailing to a 12th minute Craig Williams penalty.
Ian Sheridan bagged a hat-trick with Steve Brown and Kenny Lunt (penalty) both scoring after the break. Llanelli's Alex Evans was sent-off for a second bookable offence seven minutes from time to round off a miserable afternoon for the Reds.
First half goals from Matthew Hearsey and Craig Williams ensured that Newtown will be playing Welsh Premier League football next season. The Robins are three points behind the Nomads with a three goal deficit, but can still catch today's opponent's for a first play-off place.
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