Newport and Wrexham are in action today as they battle for a place in the Football League.
Chief cheerleader for Newport County AFC is the Assembly's presiding officer and Newport West Assembly member, Rosemary Butler AM
Newport County fail to extend their lead at the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier
County drew 0-0 with Fleetwood Town at Rodney Parade in a game of few clear cut chances.
The point leaves Newport 10th in League Two, 6 points off the play-offs but with two games in hand over their rivals.
In an evenly contested game at Rodney Parade, County are holding play-off rivals Fleetwood Town 0-0 at half time.
One of County's best chances fell to Lee Minshull early in the half, narrowly heading over following a corner.
Two late goals from Wimbledon denied Newport victory at Rodney Parade, after a own goal from Dons 'keeper Ross Worner gave the home side the lead.
The defeat leaves County 7 points off the playoffs, but with 3 games in hand on their division rivals.
In a game of few clear cut chances, Newport County come into the break drawing 0-0 with Wimbledon.
County's best chance of breaking the deadlock fell to Christian Jolley, who headed narrowly over after 7 minutes.
Newport County lost 1-0 at home to Cheltenham, leaving Justin Edinburgh's men trailing seven points off the play-off zone.
It was the visitors' first win since Boxing Day. Ashley Vincent scored the game's only game.
Newport County's push for a League Two play-off place was dealt a blow this afternoon, with a 3-0 defeat at Hartlepool.
Luke James put the hosts in front just before half-time, before an Andy Sandell own goal, and Luke Williams' third made sure of the result late on.
Tonight's game with Plymouth Argyle has unfortunately been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Newport County grabbed an injury-time equaliser to draw 3-3 at Accrington Stanley in League Two.
Robbie Wilmott and Ryan Burge scored for the Exiles, before Lee Minshull's late goal secured a point.
Newport County lost 2-1 at home to Northampton in League Two, despite enjoying the majority of the possession.
Hallam Hope put the visitors ahead, with a 29th minute goal.
Harry Worley equalised for the home side just after the break, before Darren Carter secured the winner for Northampton just two minutes later.
Newport County's postponed New Year's Day against Oxford United has been rearranged. The original fixture was called off due to a waterlogged pitch at Rodney Parade, but the game will now take place on 18th February.
We can confirm that our New Years Day game against Oxford United has been rescheduled for Tuesday February 18th. http://t.co/nmlpxfShvn