PONTYCLUN, newly-promoted to the Welsh League, caused a JD Welsh Cup upset when they swept to a 6-2 second qualifying round victory over Caerau in the Llynfi Valley.
And they came from behind after being 2-0 down at the break following home goals by Jack Page and the much-travelled Robbie Walters.
Joel Woodington bagged a second-half hat-trick while James Williams swooped for a brace and Jarrad Hill was also on target.
Cardiff Draconians also produced an upset with a 5-1 home success over Tredegar Town. Joey Hooper, Jake Gammond, Liam Williams, Tom McClean and Leighton James found the net.
Abergavenny were on song in trouncing Welsh league strugglers AFC Porth, Sean Feeley and Dan Jenkins grabbing hattricks while Joe Evans scored as well.
Bridgend Street beat Llanrumney United, with goals from Paul Fowler (2), Jordan Franklin (2), Mike Murphy, Jeff White and Jason Martin.
In Mid Wales, Llanidloes Town overcame Barmouth and Dyffryn 3-0 through goals by Drew Reynolds, Rhys Evans and Steve Jones from the penalty spot.
Barry Bellis snapped up a brace as Abermule beat Borth 3-2, and Carno courtesy of two Andrew Evans strikes overcame Llandrindod Wells 2-1.
In a high-scoring match in the north, Gaerwen pipped Pwllheli 6-5 with Dylan Williams grabbing four of the goals, while Llanrug overwhelmed Llandyrnog United 5-1. AIRBUS UK BROUGHTON went top of the Huws Gray Alliance as they leap-frogged previous leaders Guilsfield after a 3-0 victory.
Alfons Fosu-Mensah – older brother of Crystal Palace defender Timothy – bagged a brace to inspire the Wingmakers and took his goals tally for the season to five while John Davies was also on the scoresheet.
Meanwhile, Porthmadog moved up to second with a crushing 5-2 victory at Caersws.
The visitors were out of sight by half-time thanks to a first half hat-trick from Joe Chaplin and a Cai Jones effort while Meilir Williams added a fifth.
There was a thriller at Belle Vue where Rhyl and Caernarfon shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
The visitors led 2-0 through Danny Brookwell and Darren Thomas before Rhyl reduced their deficit by half-time after keeper Alex Ramsey palmed into his own net.
Jay Gibbs restored the visitors’ two-goal advantage after the break, but goals from Gerwyn Jones and a last-minute leveller from Mark Connolly – a rebound after his initial penalty was saved – ensured honours were even.