Ian Sheridan (75), Mark Connolly (80) and James Kelly (87) were the marksmen. Monmouth Town Dan McDonald is back among the goals for Monmouth Town, having returned to the reigning Welsh League champions from Merthyr Town. He scored four goals in Monmouth’s 5-2 win against Taffs Well, taking his tally to 10 goals in three matches. Macdonald fired one of his goals from a halfway line restart and Monmouth manager Andrew Smith said: “To have the cheek to think about that is one thing, to be able to do it is quite another.
Steve Davey stepped up and the goalkeeper made a good save to his right only for the rebound to fall again to Davey, who fired home. Treowen Stars 2, Treharris Athletic Western 1 Josh Coomber fired Treharris ahead with a second half strike from 40 yards, while Treowen hit back through a Luke Harris header.
Luckily Macca has both. ” Next-up for second-placed Town is a crucial home clash with Haverfordwest County, who remain top of Division One after a 5-0 away demolition of Pontardawe Town. County led 4-0 at half-time with Jordan Follows and Darren Griffiths both scoring twice. Skipper Dale Griffiths headed home County’s fifth goal.
The 29-year-old keeper followed manager Scott Young from AFC Porth to the Steelmen during August 2012 and was loaned back to the Welsh League side, returning in January 2013. He went on to make 42 appearances in the Welsh Premier League and was ever-present last season. But his chances of first team football dipped when manager Jarred Harvey signed keeper Steve Cann from Carmarthen Town during the close season. In the Word Cup semi-finals, Port Talbot play The New Saints and Bala Town host Prestatyn.
Caerau Ely Shane Davies fired Ton Pentre ahead against Caerau Ely at Cwrt-y-Ala, but the Cardiff club powered to an 8-2 win. Rameer Outlaw and Jamal Roberts scored two apiece with Andrew Smith, Callum Saint, Jacques Tertois and Huw Corne also on target. This was Ton Pentre’s heaviest defeat for some time and they will be looking for a positive reaction when Pontardawe Town visit Ynys Park on Saturday. Jamal Roberts of Caerau (Ely) in action. He scored twice in Caerau's 8-2 win against Ton Pentre 8-2 in Nathaniel Car Sales Welsh League Division One. CarlRobertson/ciacIMAGES.
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Two goals in two minutes for Llanelli changed the complexion of the game. After 40 minutes a move up the right flank led to Luke Jones finding Matthew Hughes and he swivelled before rifling a superb finish into the top corner. Two minutes later he repeated the feat when a clearance from Lewis led to the Lliswerry keeper Gibson and Luke Jones converging on the ball, resulting in all three colliding and leaving Gibson on the ground, but play was allowed to continue with Hughes collecting the loose ball before scoring into an empty net.
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Lliswerry pulled a goal back, but Llanelli made it 3-1 after 77 minutes when Luke Jones finished well with a shot on the turn. The Reds entertain Treharris Athletic Western at Stebonheath on Saturday (2. Cambrian & Clydach 0, Briton Ferry Llansawel 1 Manager Carl Shaw’s Ferry won thanks to the hard work and determination of their team. Shaw made only one change from midweek with Warren Hudson replacing Lee John in the centre of the park. The winner came when Ryan Griffiths went down and a penalty was awarded.
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The match then swung back towards Dinas after Carlos Indjai hit a long cross into the Llwydcoed penalty area, ‘Coed’s goalkeeper Grant Hopkins misjudged and Dinas equalised through Swaffield. Llwydcoed regained their composure and the work rate of Michael Davies, Luke Spencer, Tomos Morris and Garin Withers gave them a platform. More good play by Jarrod Price brought Ricky Carter and Jonathan Mason into attacking positions. Llwydcoed regained their advantage, Michael Davies found Ricky Carter whose power header crashed against the cross bar and Tomos Morris smashed home the ball in spectacular style. The half finished with Llwydcoed 2-1 ahead.
Llwydcoed’s Ricky Carter then set Jonathan Mason free and he made it 3-1. Dinas scored their second when Ben Ah-Mun shot low into the net from 20 yards. Llwydcoed’s goalkeeper Grant Hopkins tipped a shot over as Dinas took control in the last 15 minutes and Ah-Mun headed against the bar. Dinas must put this disappointment behind them when they travel to play Risca United on Saturday (2. 30pm). Llanelli Town 3, Lliswerry 1 The Reds regained top spot Division Three after defeating previous leaders Lliswerry at Stebonheath Park.
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Both ties are to be played on Tuesday, 18 November. TNS won 3-0 against Penybont in their quarter-final with goals from Alex Darlington (27), Michael Wilde (44) and Scott Quigley (89). David Hayes scored the only goal in Prestatyn’s 1-0 win against Bangor City, while Bala won 3-1 against Llandudno thanks to three goals in the last 15 minutes.
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Despite the defeat, Aberbargoed remain top of Division Two. Dinas Powys 2, AFC Llwydcoed 3 AFC Llwydcoed earned a deserved victory against a Dinas Powys who made them work until the final whistle for the victory. Luke Swaffield and Atif Bashir started well for Dinas, but Llwydcoed had survived a torrid opening. Garin Withers scored for Llwydcoed with a superb low shot. They had taken control of the game with Matthew Doherty, Luke Davies, Jarrod Price and Scott Walters organising their defence laying the foundation for their midfield to put the Dinas defence under pressure.
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