HOLDERS Llanelli Town stormed into the quarter-finals of the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup with a 3-0 drubbing of inconsistent Afan Lido.
And, unusually, the prolific striker Lee Trundle did not get on the scoresheet although he created several openings.
Jordan Follows netted twice in the space of two second--half minutes to add to the ninth minute strike by Rob Thomas.
Cardiff side Bridgend Street, beaten in the final by the Reds last season, bowed out of the competition beaten 3-2 by Briton Ferry Llansawel.
On target for Ferry were Steve Daley, Rory Healey and Gareth Jones.
Port Talbot outfit Trefelin BGC caused an upset by moving into the last eight at the expense of Ammanford. They won 2-0 courtesy of a Ceri Williams brace.
A brace by Scott Hillman helped Pontypridd Town make progress with a 5-2 victory over Risca, while AFC Llwydcoed were involved in a nail-biter with Cwmamman United before getting through on a penalty shoot-out after the sides were locked together at 2-2 after extra time.
In the Welsh League, Haverfordwest went to the top of Division One with a hard-earned 1-0 home win over Cambrian and Clydach, Steffan Williams scoring early in the second half,
There was a shock in the FAW Trophy when Merthyr League side Penydarren BC thrashed Welsh League Ynysygerwn 4-0. Chris Colvin bagged a hat-trick and Ben Jones got the other goal.