WELSH CUP

Cynon Valley - - SPORT -

Ryan Hughes and Dale Smith got the goals for Cor­nelly.

Two goals in as many min­utes in the first half from Matthew Hibbs and Luke Gul­lick earned Pon­typridd Town their place in the sec­ond round with a 2-1 win at Llanid­loes Town.

Ton Pen­tre beat Pen­coed Ath­letic 3-1 with Leroy Thomas – on de­but – Alex Davies and Leon Jacka all on the score­sheet.

Aber­bar­goed Buds even­tu­ally got past Llan­drindod Wells 4-3 on penal­ties af­ter the game had fin­ished 1-1 af­ter ex­tra-time.

Cam­brian & Cly­dach recorded a em­phatic 5-0 vic­tory over 2010 Welsh Cup run­ners-up Port Tal­bot Town.

Liam Reed, Cameron Keetch (2), Kyle Jones and Richard French were the Cam­brian scor­ers.

How­ever it’s the end of the road for STM Sports as they went out 2-1 at home against Haver­ford­west County.

A Dan King­dom goal did for Caerau Ely as they lost 1-0 at Bri­ton Ferry Llan­sawel while Di­nas Powys were thumped 4-0 at Cw­mam­man United.

There were also matches played.

In Divi­sion Two, a sec­ond half hat­trick from Jeff White fired Brid­gend Street to a 3-0 vic­tory at win­less bot­tom side Aber­dare Town.

White opened the scor­ing on 56 min­utes be­fore adding a sec­ond from the penalty spot eight min­utes later – and then wrap­ping up the win with a third on 74.

Croesy­ceil­iog are now seven points clear at the top af­ter a 3-2 home vic­tory over Pon­tar­dawe Town.

El­liott Mor­ris scored for AFC Ll­wyd­coed but they were beaten 4-1 by Risca United.

In Divi­sion a few Three, league lead­ers TreCARDIFF thomas Blue­birds drew 1-1 at home against Chep­stow Town.

Tom Neville scored for the Blue­birds with an Aaron Hill own goal on the score­sheet for Chep­stow.

Those two dropped points al­lowed Peny­dar­ren BGC to move level on points at the top as they edged out AFC Porth 1-0.

Trethomas lead the way on goal dif­fer­ence but Peny­dar­ren do have a game in hand.

Tre­owen Stars won 2-0 at Tre­de­gar Town while goals from Joe Jenk­ins and Ricky Carter fired Pen­rhi­w­ceiber Rangers to a 2-0 win at Caerau.

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