Glamorgan Gazette - - Football -

PENY­BONT .................... 2 CAR­MARTHEN TOWN . 3

BILLY Lever pulled levers late on for Car­marthen Town to book a place in the next round at the ex­pense of shell-shocked Peny­bont, writes Tony Poole.

With three min­utes to go and the Bont babes 2-1 up it seemed as if their name would go into the hat for the next-round draw.

But Lever then lev­ered the ad­van­tage away from the Brid­gend su­per club with an 87th-minute equaliser.

And with ex­tra-time seem­ingly loom­ing, Lever once more struck to send Bont crash­ing out of the premier youth cup com­pe­ti­tion.

Ear­lier, Bont took a 26th-minute lead through Tom Davies with Cai Ev- ans re­spond­ing for the Old Gold young­sters in the 44th minute.

But the half drew to a pul­sat­ing end when Josh Jones scored in added on time to send Bont in with a 2-1 ad­van­tage.

How­ever, it wasn’t to be for Bont, and they even­tual- ly bowed out in bit­terly dis­ap­point­ing cir­cum­stances.

And Peny­bont Over50’s crashed to a 5-1 de­feat in the Welsh Veter­ans League against Con­ti­nen­tal at Llan­rum­ney Play­ing Fields. The scorer for the Bampy Bonts was pow­er­ful Mark Watts.

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