Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport -

WITH the top two on FAW Tro­phy duty, Caer­philly Ath­letic took their chance to move sec­ond in the Highad­mit Projects South Wales Al­liance Premier Divi­sion with a 3-2 win at Bre­con Cor­ries.

Gareth Ted­stone, Nathan Cook and Al­fie Lead­beater were all on tar­get as Caer­philly moved one point be­hind lead­ers Ynyshir Al­bions, al­beit having played a game more.

Paul Kedell struck both of Bre­con’s goals.

The only other game in the league saw Merthyr Saints bag a rou­tine 3-0 vic­tory at a strug­gling Cwm Wel­fare out­fit.

Craig James en­joyed a pro­duc­tive af­ter­noon with two goals with an own goal seal­ing the win.

Tre­for­est missed the chance to move top of Divi­sion One as they slipped to a 4-1 de­feat to Cardiff Corinthi­ans.

Dan Omoregie found the net twice – once from the spot – while Josh Bed­dis and Iwan Withers added fur­ther goals.

Blaen­rhondda also fell to a heavy de­feat, los­ing 4-0 to Tonyre­fail BGC. Dan Mil­lard stole the show with a hat-trick while Chad Ni­cholas com­pleted the rout.

It means Porth­cawl Town Ath­letic re­main top, and now have games in hand.

Goals from Gareth Work­man and KJ Wil­liams helped move AFC Whitchurch off the bot­tom with a 2-1 vic­tory at AFC Bute­town while Pen­rhi­wfer were 2-1 win­ners over Cardiff Air­port.

In Divi­sion Two, Llan­rum­ney main­tained their seven-point lead at the top with a 3-0 win over base­ment boys Car­ne­town.

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