A first half red card for George Horan saw Connah's Quay Nomads reduced to 10-men. Former Cymru international, David Edwards gave Bala Town lead from the resulting free-kick.
Haverfordwest County enjoyed a first win of the season against high-flying Flint Town United. The Bluebirds won 2-0, with both goals scored by new signing Alhagi Touray Sisay. The Silkmen finished the game with only nine men, after red cards to Ben Nash and skipper Alex Jones.
A second consecutive win for Caernarfon Town, as they defeated Cardiff Met University 2-0 at The Oval. Danny Gosset opened the scoring in the first-half, before Mike Hayes doubled the Cofis' lead in the 54th minute.
Penybont secured their first win of the season at The Rock this afternoon, beating Cefn Druids comfortably with a 3-0 scoreline. Lewis Harling and James Waite gave the visitors a two goal advantage at the break, with Waite grabbing his second of the afternoon in the second-half. Druids finished the game with 10-men, after Jake Hampson was shown a second yellow card.
The New Saints got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win over Barry Town United at Park Hall. Jordan Williams opened the scoring for the Saints, but Barry replied quickly with a goal through Rhys Abbruzzese going into the half all square. Summer signing Ash Baker grabbed the second for the hosts, as he tapped in at the back post. Declan McManus grabbed the third in the final minute of the game.
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