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Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport -

ENYBONT will look to place a stormy 0-0 draw at Llantwit Ma­jor be­hind them when they travel on Satur­day to Mon­mouthshire to face bo­gey side Goytre, writes Tony Poole.

Five pre­vi­ous league vis­its to Plough Road by Bont in Nathaniel Cars Welsh League Divi­sion One have ended in de­feats - and they’ll face Goytre mi­nus the sus­pended duo of player-man­ager Rhys Grif­fiths and star striker Luke Bor­relli.

They saw red dur­ing the Wind­mill Lane draw along with the Llantwit trio of Lee Jones, Josh Jones and exWasp Mark Evans.

Mar­cus Grif­fiths fluffed an 88thminute Bont penalty – he blazed it well over the cross bar – and with in­ter­na­tional clear­ance forth­com­ing, ex-Caerau Ely and Goytre Utd star Cur­tis Hut­son made a de­but as a sec­ond-half sub­sti­tute for Josef Hop­kins.

In Divi­sion Three, Caerau were downed by sec­ond-half goals from Shane Brewer and Jack Stait in a 2-0 loss at Tre­owen Stars hav­ing in midweek suf­fered a 2-1 home de­feat to Ynysygerwn.

Two Mikey Evans head­ers sent Ynys clear be­fore Chay Davies pulled one back mid­way through the sec­ond half.

In Highad­mit South Wales Al­liance Premier, Pen­coed Ath­letic beat Cardiff Dra­co­ni­ans, 4-2, at Felin­dre Road with Richie Lewis strik­ing twice, and one apiece go­ing against the names of dy­na­mite Jack Delve and Shaun Wil­liams.

Cefn Cribwr de­mol­ished for­mer Welsh League club Cwm Welfare in Bed­dau to the tune of 11-0

Kieran Davies led the way with a hat-trick; Dan Jenk­ins struck twice while the oth­ers went to act­ing-cap­tain Cal­lum Jones, Rhys Alden, Jonny Tif­fin, Ioan Clat­wor­thy, Gor­don Watt and Matthew Sy­mons.

Ear­lier, Cefn beat Baglan Dragons, 3-1, in Betws thanks to goals from Kieran Davies (two) and Tom Har­ris.

But Garw suf­fered a third con­sec­u­tive de­feat, on this oc­ca­sion los­ing 2-1 to Grange Al­bion at Blandy.

Lewis James net­ted for the Blandy boys, who in midweek lost a home derby clash, 4-2, to Pen­coed Ath­letic.

Llan­haran im­port Shaun Wil­liams bagged a Pen­coed hat-trick while dy­na­mite Delve was also on tar­get – Leroy Thomas twice re­sponded for the shell-shocked Blandy boys.

Porth­cawl Town opened up in Divi­sion One with a 4-3 win at Tonyre­fail – Joe Jones and Andy Fisher twogoal he­roes.

They fol­lowed it up with a 3-0 win over AFC Whitchurch at Lock’s Lane, this time Jorge Crofts bagged a goal brace and Cor­nelly Utd newcomer Joe Jones was again on tar­get.

Llang­y­n­wyd Rangers came from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw at AFC Bute­town with Lewis Miles net­ting.

In Divi­sion Two, Vale United were held to a 1-1 away draw against Cwm­bach Royal Stars - Alex Gre­gory was on tar­get.

Ear­lier, Vale swept to a 6-0 vic­tory over St Joseph’s in leafy Corn­town on the back of goals from Jay Tominey (two), Lewis Richards, Jack Dum­mett, Ryan Jenk­ins and Luke Cox.

And fi­nally, Cor­nelly United claimed a 3-0 suc­cess at New­port side Crindau Cor­ries in round one of the FAW Tro­phy, as Klein Jones, Luke Din­gle and Ryan Penny-Hughes all got goals.

Fi­nally, Welsh Ground­hop­pers hit Brid­gend this week­end with Su­per Sun­day games at Vale United (11am), Porth­cawl Town (2pm) and Llangeinor (5pm).

Vale in part­ner­ship with To­mos Lil­ford Brew­ery of Llandow will sell a spe­cial edi­tion “Ground­hop Pale” at the ground.

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