CARDIFF MET UNIV
The only Alliance game to be played last weekend was in Division Two, and it resulted in a 1-0 home win for Cardiff Cosmopolitan over Tynte Rovers.
This cemented second spot for the capital city side, but they have played more games than their promotion rivals.
Meanwhile, Alliance followers were delighted to see Penydarren Boys Club march on last weekend – this time in the FAW Trophy quarter-finals.
The cup-tie with Llangefni Utd was switched to the 3G surface at Penydarren Park in Merthyr – and it produced a 2-0 Penydarren win.
Goals from Seagull (Porthcawl) Sunday League star Chris Colvin and Joshua Brogden punched their ticket into the semi-finals.
Incredibly, Penydarren had already reached the J D Welsh Cup quarter-finals – they travel to Bangor City next month – and are also still in the Alliance League W J Owen Open Cup.
They are also unbeaten in the Premier Divi- region will go into Preliminary Round Group A with teams from Greece, FYR Macedonia and Sweden.
Wales will host these group matches from June