PRESTATYN TOWN 1 AIRBUS UK BROUGHTON 6
The Wingmakers will be very pleased that the game at Bastion Gardens went ahead on Saturday as their emphatic victory took them to second place in the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League on goal difference.
A Ryan Wade volley opened the scoring after 10 minutes play and although Mike Parker responded for the home side 5 minutes later, Airbus lead again before the break when Glenn Rule struck a belting volley from the edge of the box.
Two second half strikes from Chris Budrys(56,71) put Airbus firmly in the driving seat. Phil Bolland's 79th minute goal made it five for the Broughton outfit before Wayne Riley (83) confirmed three valuable points and an improved goal difference for Andy Preece's men after two successive WPL defeats.
AFAN LIDO 0 LLANELLI 1
The only WPL game to be played in South Wales on Saturday was between the bottom two clubs at the Marston's Stadium. Volunteers including Port Talbot Chairman Andrew Edwards helped clear the snow off the playing surface but the first half reflected the lowly positions of both teams.
A number of Llanelli players are expected to leave the club this week. Luke Bowen has been linked with a move to Australia and if that's the case then he signed off in style as he netted the vital goal 6 minutes into the second half.
This victory moves Llanelli out of the relegation zone and sends Aberystwyth back down into the bottom two. However if results go Aber's way in the final round of games - they could still secure a top six place for the second phase of the season.