Newtown have been dealt a massive blow with the loss of leading marksman Jason Oswell ahead of the Europa League play-off games.
Oswell has amassed 22 goals so far this season, including three hat-tricks, and is set to pick-up the Welsh Premier League Golden Boot Award but will be out of the country for the important play-off games.
Oswell has a commitment that he has to meet, relating to his final placement of his degree in Physiotherapyand will be going out to Uganda with a charity called Knowledge for Change, working at Kyaninga Child Development Centre.
He will be helping children with neurological conditions, and children in the community who don't have much support or ways of getting to the centre.
Oswell told the club’s website: "I am going for four weeks, and it will be a life changing opportunity, working with people who have very limited resources in a poor area."
Newtown bring the curtain down on the league campaign at home to Aberystwytrh Town on Saturday night with a 5-15pm kick-off.
Llanfair can only hope to secure 13th place when they meet Guilsfield in the final game of the Huws Gray Alliance programme. It’s then a case of wait and see if they are relegated to the Spare Mid Wales League.
In an amazing end of season in the Spar Mid Wales League second division, Kerry were promoted as champions without having kicked a ball today.
Kerry themselves had failed to win their last two matches against Borth and Churchstoke and it looked as if they would have to wait to get over the final hurdle.
Borth, who were favourites to join Kerry in Division 1 next season needing only a draw to do so but failed at the last hurdle themselves 1-0 to Dyffryn Banw whilst third placed Churchstoke pipped them for runners-up spot on goal difference by beating Four Crosses 3-0 at home.
At present, Churchstoke have not got the necessary Division 1 criteria but have until the month end to rectify this problem.
Dafabet Welsh Premier
Newtown v Aberytsywth (5-15)
Huws Gray Alliance
Llanfair v Guilsfield
Spar Mid Wales League
Bow Street v Llanidloes
Carno v Llandrindod Wells
Llanrhaeadr v Tywyn Bryncrug
Machynlleth v Knighton
Rhayader v Berriew
Welshpool v Aberaeron
Dyffryn Banw v Penybont
Newbridge-on- Wye v Dolgellau
E R Jenkins Cup Semi Final
Churchstoke v Borth Utd