Wales wait on rivals

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Wales have an outside chance of progressing to the play-offs for the fifth and last World Cup qualifying place after a 2-0 win against Kazakhstan in their last pool game in Cagliari yesterday, writes Bill Colwill. But the Welsh will have to await the results of today's games to be certain of getting through.

At home, Peterborough Town, last season's runners up, set the pace in the Adnams East Premier, with a convincing 6-0 demolition of Redbridge and Ilford.

Newly promoted Dereham and Sudbury suffered mixed fortunes. Dereham went down 6-1 at Cambridge City while Sudbury, also visiting Cambridge to play the University, won 4-2.

In the Nastro Azzurro South Premier, Hampstead and Westminster - relegated from the National League last season - struggled to overcome Fareham 1- 0 through a Will Saxby goal from a penalty corner.